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Now the Truth Can Be Told

Steve Taylor
Now the Truth Can Be Told

Now the Truth Can Be Told

Steve Taylor

$49.99

Cd

Track Listings

  • 1 - A Principled Man
  • 2 - Am I In Sync
  • 3 - Baby Doe
  • 4 - Bad Rap
  • 5 - Bouquet
  • 6 - Dream In Black White
  • 7 - Eschers World
  • 8 - Guilty By Association
  • 9 - Harder To Believe Than Not To
  • 10 - Hero
  • 11 - I Blew Up The Clinic Real Good
  • 12 - I Just Wanna Know
  • 13 - I Want To Be A Clone
  • 14 - Innocence Lost
  • 15 - Jim Morrisons Grave
  • 16 - Lifeboat
  • 17 - Meltdown
  • 18 - Murder In The Big House
  • 19 - On The Fritz
  • 20 - Shark Sandwich
  • 21 - Sin For A Season
  • 22 - Since I Gave Up Hope I Feel A Lot B
  • 23 - Svengali
  • 24 - This Disco Used To Be A Cute Cathe
  • 25 - To Forgive
  • 26 - Under The Blood
  • 27 - Violent Blue
  • 28 - We Dont Need No Colour Code Live
  • 29 - What Is The Measure Of Your Success
  • 30 - Whatcha Gonna Do When Your Numbers
  • 31 - Whatever Happened To Sin
  • 32 - Winter Wonderland
  • 33 - You Dont Owe Me Nothing Live
  • 34 - We Don't Need No Colour Code (Live)
  • 35 - Whatcha Gonna Do When Your Number's
  • 36 - You Don't Owe Me Nothing (Live)
  • 37 - Dream In Black & White
  • 38 - Drive, He Said
  • 39 - Jim Morrison's Grave
  • 40 - This Disco (Used To Be A Cute Cathe
  • 41 - Drive He Said

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Meet the Artist

Steve Taylor

Taylor is the founding pastor of Graceway Baptist Church, in Ellerslie, New Zealand. He is completing a Ph.D. on the emerging church and has a first class Masters in Theology in communicating the cross in a postmodern world.

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 76019
  • Product Code 0005012929
  • EAN 9780005012925
  • UPC 724385140723
  • Tracks 41
  • Department Music
  • Category Pop Rock
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Sparrow

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