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Hourglass (Squeeze song)

"Hourglass"
Single by Squeeze
from the album Babylon and On
Released July 1987 (UK)
Format 7" and 12" vinyl
Recorded ?
Genre Pop rock, sophisti-pop
Length 3:16
Label A&M
Writer(s) Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford
Producer(s) Eric "ET" Thorngren & Glenn Tilbrook
Squeeze singles chronology
"
(1986)
"Hourglass"
(1987)
"Trust Me To Open My Mouth"
(1987)

"Hourglass" was the first single released from Squeeze's seventh album, Babylon and On. Aided by an optical illusion-filled music video directed by Ade Edmondson, that it received substantial airplay on MTV, "Hourglass" became the highest-charting hit the band ever had in the United States, peaking at number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100, while reaching number 16 in the UK Singles Chart.

Track listing

7"
  1. "Hourglass" (3:16)
  2. "Wedding Bells" (2:22)
12"
  1. "Hourglass" (3:16)
  2. "Splitting Into Three" (3:33)
  3. "Wedding Bells" (2:22)

External links

  • Squeeze discography at Squeezenet
  • Promo music video at YouTube
  • Full lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics


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