Billy Squier's landmark 1981 album, Don't Say No, included the mega-hits "The Stroke," "My Kinda Lover," and "In the Dark" and laid the groundwork for the success of such crossover hard-rock/metal acts as Def Leppard and Bon Jovi. His most critically acclaimed album, it reached #5 on Billboard's album chart and went on to sell over 3 million copies in the U.S. Now it's being reissued for the first time ever since first appearing on CD in the '80s, complete with newly remastered sound, bonus tracks, and a new booklet.
Squier was the personification of '80s rock, with an array of arena rock anthems and power ballads. Squier now lives in New York, and continues to tour and release new music. Don't Say No: 30th Anniversary Edition features 2 bonus tracks, live version of hit songs "The Stroke" and "My Kinda Lover," recorded during a 2009 tour.