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Steve Taylor
Now the Truth Can Be Told Box Set



Artist Info: Discography
Album length: 34 tracks
Street Date: 1994


This is the squintessential collection of works by one of the most underrated artists of all time. Steve Taylor was not only a pioneer musically and artistically, but his lyrics are just astounding. Only a genius can blend such a unique and concentrated mix of logic and humor and theology with soul-stirring, upbeat music. From the first (and only significant) positive satirist on the scene, this collection is a must have (the album's lyrics can be found at OnFritz.com). While some of the tunes might be classified musically as era pieces, keep in mind he helped define these eras. Personal favorites are "I Want to be a Clone," "Hero," and "Sin for a Season."

JFH Reader Review: Review date: 6/10/05, written by Gil Vanorder for Jesusfreakhideout.com

 


. Artist Info: Discography
. Record Label: Sparrow Records
. Album length: 34 tracks
. Buy It: Amazon.com

Disc 1

  1. I Want to Be a Clone
  2. Whatcha Gonna Do When Your Number's Up?
  3. Whatever Happened to Sin?
  4. Bad Rap (Who You Tryin' to Kid, Kid?)
  5. Meltdown (At Madame Tussaud's)
  6. Sin For A Season
  7. Guilty By Association
  8. Hero
  9. Am I In Sync?
  10. Baby Doe
  11. This Disco (Used to Be a Cute Cathedral)
  12. To Forgive
  13. Drive, He Said
  14. I Just Wanna Know
  15. On The Fritz
  16. Lifeboat

Disc 2

  1. We Don't Need No Color Code
  2. You Don't Owe Me Nothing
  3. Under The Blood
  4. Bouquet
  5. I Blew Up the Clinic Real Good
  6. Jim Morrison's Grave
  7. Innocence Lost
  8. What is the Measure of Your Success?
  9. Since I Gave Up Hope I Feel a Lot Better
  10. Svengali
  11. A Principled Man
  12. Harder to Believe than Not to
  13. Murder In The Big House
  14. Escher's World
  15. Violent Blue
  16. Winter Wonderland
  17. Dream in Black & White
  18. Shark Sandwich

 

 

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