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The year 1989 saw the launch of 'Frank', which was an exciting prospect for Squeeze followers. At the time, it was meant to be the ultimate sequel to 'Babylon & On', and given its predecessor's success, 'Frank' was predisposed to be a hit. However, it did not live up to expectations, from the public or the record company. Nevertheless, both Adrian and I have an immense fondness for this record. Actually... we’re kind of passionate about this album, believing it to be an under-appreciated masterpiece in the Squeeze collection. The songs featured on 'Frank' are remarkable and personal and we can't help but be a bit enthusiastic when discussing them.