I Predict 1990

I Predict 1990

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I Predict 1990

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I Predict 1990 is the fourth album by singer/songwriter Steve Taylor. Lyrically, the album explores actions that exploit others to various ends from multiple perspectives. CCM magazine found that the overall theme is that the ends never justify the means. It was released as a one-off on Myrrh Records instead of Sparrow. Taylor has said that the album's title was meant as a parody of a Lester Sumrall TV program and book called I Predict 1986.

The cover was designed and painted by Taylor's wife, Debi. It was intended to resemble early 20th-century French poster art; however some Christians felt that it resembled a tarot card, which sparked controversy. Additionally, one televangelist claimed that the image was of Taylor saluting Satan, and that it additionally contained secret messages and links to new age philosophy. These accusations caused some Christian book stores to pull the album.

All Songs were written by Steve Taylor. The musical introduction and bridge to "Babylon" were written by Dave Perkins. The ending theme of "Jim Morrison's Grave" was borrowed from Claude Debussy. The introduction to "Harder To Believe" (Vocalise) was borrowed from Sergei Rachmaninoff. In Australia, the song "I Blew Up The Clinic Real Good" was construed to mean that Taylor advocated...
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