“Don’t let people treat you like a cigarette, they only use you when they’re bored and step on you when they’re done. Be like drugs, let them die for you.”

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this is a terrible metaphor or simile or whatever it’s supposed to be like it really doesn’t make sense

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On this day in music history: April 18, 1988 - “The Innocents”, the third album by Erasure is released. Produced by Stephen Hague, David Jacob, and Erasure, it is recorded at Blackwing and Swanyard Studios in London from Late 1987 - Early 1988. After their second album “Circus” and the companion remix album “Two Ring Circus”, keyboardist Vince Clarke and singer Andy Bell will return to the studio in the Fall of 1987 to work on their third full length album. The English synthpop duos’ third release will be their breakthrough release in the US and the first of three hugely successful albums for them in their home country. It will spin off two singles including “Chains Of Love” (#11 UK, #12 US Pop) and “A Little Respect” (#4 UK, #14 US Pop). “The Innocents” will spend 2 weeks (non-consecutive) at #1 on the UK album chart and peak at #49 on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified Platinum in the US by the RIAA.