Some Fantastic Place

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Some Fantastic Place
Studio album by Squeeze
Released 14 September 1993
Genre Rock
Length 48:17
Label A&M
Producer Squeeze
Peter Smith
Squeeze chronology
Some Fantastic Place
Singles from Some Fantastic Place
  1. "Third Rail"
    Released: 12 July 1993
  2. "Everything in the World"
    Released: 1993 (US only)
  3. "Some Fantastic Place"
    Released: 30 August 1993
  4. "Loving You Tonight"
    Released: 18 October 1993
  5. "It's Over"
    Released: 28 February 1994
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Some Fantastic Place is a 1993 album by the British new wave group Squeeze. It is the band's tenth studio album, and it marks the departure of drummer Gilson Lavis, the only band member besides Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook who had appeared on every Squeeze album to this point (Lavis was replaced by Pete Thomas). This record also marks the brief return of keyboardist/vocalist Paul Carrack. Carrack had last appeared on 1981's East Side Story, performing the lead vocals on one of Squeeze's most popular early singles, "Tempted." "Loving You Tonight" became only the second Squeeze song cut in thirteen years to feature Carrack singing a lead part. Additionally, bassist Keith Wilkinson wrote and sang "True Colours (The Storm)", the first song on a Squeeze album not written by Glenn Tilbrook, Chris Difford, Jools Holland, or any combination of those three. Difford has gone on record stating his displeasure with allowing Wilkinson his own song among Difford/Tilbrook originals. This record is produced by Squeeze and Peter Smith.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook except as indicated.

  1. "Everything in the World" – 4:30
  2. "Some Fantastic Place" – 4:32
  3. "Third Rail" – 3:39
  4. "Loving You Tonight" – 4:49
  5. "It's Over" – 3:45
  6. "Cold Shoulder" – 5:48
  7. "Talk to Him" – 3:46
  8. "Jolly Comes Home" – 5:00
  9. "Images of Loving" – 4:10
  10. "True Colours (The Storm)" (Keith Wilkinson) – 3:39
  11. "Pinocchio" – 4:42




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