His fourth album, 1984's Signs Of Life
, produced his biggest - and last - US Top 40 hit single "Rock Me Tonite" (#15). The video for this featured a bizarre, somewhat effeminate performance by Squier, at odds with the hard-rock image he had cultivated over the years. He may have been trying to parody Jennifer Beals' dancing performance from the previous year's movie Flashdance
, but his mystified fans didn't get the joke, and as a result this video is widely considered Squier's act of "jumping the shark." His biggest hit since that video debacle was "Don't Say You Love Me," which only managed to reach #58 US in 1989. Squier has performed and recorded sporadically in the years since then, including in 2006 as a member of Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band.
Joshua - Twin Cities, MN, for all above