Frank is the eighth studio album by new wave group Squeeze, released in 1989. The album received some positive reviews but sold poorly, and Squeeze was quickly dropped by the new management at A&M Records. Forced to take offers from different major labels for the first time in their career, the band soon signed with Reprise Records and began working on their next studio album, Play.
In 2007 "Frank" along with several other Squeeze albums was reissued with bonus tracks including b-sides to singles and previously unreleased tracks as well as demos. The new version of the album runs just over 74 minutes.