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Title: The one thing that always tore us apart is the one thing that I won’t touch again
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Hate Me (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) Blue October, “Hate Me” After toiling away for over a decade, Houston rock band Blue October finall...
Hate Me
Hate Me (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Blue October, “Hate Me”
After toiling away for over a decade, Houston rock band Blue October finally broke through in 2006 with this angst-y single off their Foiled album. The song starts with an actual answering machine message the mother of lead singer Justin Furstenfeld left her son at the height of his drug addiction and then launches into one of Furstenfeld’s trademark spoken word/music fusions where he attempts to make amends to those people he’d hurt through his addiction (“The one thing that always tore us apart is the one thing that I won’t touch again”). “When you’re in a low place, you don’t really think about other people and it’s basically an apology...to people I’ve hurt in the past and asking for forgiveness,” Furstenfeld said in a 2006 promotional video for the song). “Hate Me” went on to hit the Top 10 in both the US and Canada, but subsequent singles and albums failed to bring the band similar success. While Furstenfeld has allegedly remained sober since 2004, he has also been open about his battle with mental illness and his 2009 mental breakdown forced the band to cancel most of their tour that year.
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