Enough Is Enough is a rock album by Billy Squier that was released on September 27, 1986. It was the first new album (and Billy's fifth overall) released under his second seven-year Capitol Records recording contract.
The disc peaked at #61 on the Billboard album chart and included the hit "Love Is the Hero" which boasted yet another popular MTV music video. Squier was something of a music video pioneer and one of MTV's most played artists in the 1980s. This album lasted for several months on the album chart and sold approximately 300,000 copies in the United States. It was Squier's third (and final) consecutive album to feature a guest appearance from a member of Queen – lead singer Freddie Mercury sings backing vocals on the song "Love Is the Hero", as well as co-writing and arranging the track "Lady with a Tenor Sax".