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Squint was the 1993 critically acclaimed return of Steve Taylor as a solo artist after his stint as the lead singer of Chagall Guevara. Highlights of the album include "The Lament of Desmond RG Underwood Frederick IV," "Easy Listening," "Jesus is for Losers," "The Finish Line," "Bannerman," and "Curses. It was the last studio album released by Steve Taylor as a solo artist. It peaked at position 17 on the Billboard Top Contemporary Christian Album Chart.
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squint is sponsored by Jagermeister, and are featured on the 2006 Jager Music Compilation CD and are performing dates on the 2007 Jager Music Tour with Stone Sour, Shadow’s Fall and Lacuna Coil. Songs off squint’s new record have been featured on MTV, VH1, The Travel Channel, A&E, Oxygen, TLC and The Discovery Channel, and squint’s live show has generated so much buzz that it will has been featured on the national television program True Music, which will be released as a DVD featuring Tantric, squint and Matchbox 20. squint’s unique. These accomplishments, and their hard work and solid song writing, earned squint the ASCAP Plus Award in 2003 thru 2007.
Squint was the 1993 critically acclaimed return of Steve Taylor as a solo artist after his stint as the lead singer of Chagall Guevara. It was the last studio album released by Steve Taylor as a solo artist Contents.
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