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Album: Sunset On Dateland
Appears On (Mixes): The Boys And Girls Are Lifting Up Their Plates
Song Notes: I've done one or two Visqueen songs before here, but not for a while, so here, have another one. This is from the second album (and the last with Kim Warnick from the Fastbacks on bass), Sunset On Dateland. Pretty much all of the songs on their two (to date, but they're working on a third) albums are completely strong all the way through, but this is one of my favorites, along with "Crush On Radio" (I seem to really like songs about Radio; "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio" by the Ramones is another favorite of mine... I suppose that makes sense, though, considering...). I'm not sure which the proper reading of the lyrics is—I typically take it as a metaphorical thing—the "dead love" of the chorus is the idea of love (or a particular love between two people), although you could also do a more literal reading of the lyrics too. Also, I always thought it was "Nurses sew..." but it's actually "Close and sew...". So there you go. - Rev. Syung Myung Me