Twenty years into it, Squeeze’s Difford and Tilbrook still fashion ditties of sly wit, true romance, and melodic cleverness on Ridiculous. They wax nostalgic on ”Electric Trains” and frustrated on ”Daphne,” and like the Beatles and Elvis Costello, they’ve penned an anthemic number on the timeless theme of desire called ”I Want You,” proving they don’t mind praying at the pop altar. B+
Ridiculous Twenty years into it, Squeeze's Difford and Tilbrook still fashion ditties of sly wit, true romance, and melodic cleverness on RidiculousRidiculous Twenty years into it, Squeeze's Difford and Tilbrook still fashion ditties of sly wit, true romance, and melodic cleverness on Ridiculous1996-07-12
Posted July 12 1996 — 12:00 AM EDT
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