On this day in music history: July 23, 1982 - “Emotions In Motion”, the third album by Billy Squier is released. Produced by Reinhold Mack and Billy Squier, it is recorded at The Power Station in New York City and Musicland Studios in Munich, Germany from Early - Mid 1982. Coming off of the multi-platinum success of his sophomore release “Don’t Say No”, Billy Squier returns to the studio with producer Mack to work on the follow up. Queen members Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor sing background vocals on the albums title track. The album cover artwork features silkscreen portraits of Squier by pop art icon Andy Warhol, whose designs are also featured on the LP’s inner sleeve and custom labels. Like its predecessor, the new album is well received by fans and critics. It spins off three singles including “Everybody Wants You” (#32 Pop, #1 Mainstream Rock),  "She’s A Runner" (#75 Pop), and the title track (#68 Pop). “Emotions In Motion” peaks at number five on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified 2x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.