"The Forces Of Radio Have Dropped A Viper Into The Rhythm Section" as written by and Randy Michael Torres Steven Allen Dail....
I'm analog two inch tape
Vintage warm with a potent
Hiss venomous memories
Always ready to strike like this

At your heels
Don't you feel
Like a trip
Back to 96?

Insert cassettes, then push eject
You're flashing red
Can't let the past stay in its cave
It rears its head

Insert cassettes, then push eject
You're flashing red
You don't expect me to rear my head
But I'm not dead

Like VCRs I recall
I remember the magic
So I can take one last trip
Down the lane of your memory

Till you twist
Like a viper
On my shins
And then you remind me

Insert cassettes, then push eject
You're flashing red
Can't let the past stay in its cave
It rears its head

Insert cassettes, then push eject
You're flashing red
You don't expect me to rear my head
But I'm not dead

Once long ago
You were the hope
But I forgot sweet
Lock your self from me

Insert cassettes, then push eject
You're flashing red
Can't let the past stay in its cave
It rears its head

Insert cassettes, then push eject
You're flashing red
You don't expect me to rear my head
But I'm not dead



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"The Forces of Radio Have Dropped a Viper into the Rhythm Section" as written by Randy Michael Torres Andrew Albert Schwab

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    General Comment96 refers probably to the band's creation...

    I'm not sure wether he considers P86 as the viper used to bite people and remind them that there is a God, or if there are people unsuccessfully trying to get rid of P86 from the scene ?

    Still i'm pretty sure it's something that has existed since the beginning of the band.
    Jayknighton July 17, 2007   Link
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    General Comment'Everyone has had fond memories of relationships lost. It seems, for some reason, that with the passage of time we tend to only remember the fond recollections of those whom we lost touch with for a reason. The past tends to follow us, proclaiming that it should not be left dead, but should be resurrected. Much like the old man, we should leave what is gone in it's cave; buried and obsolete.' - Andrew Schwab
    xXx10290on August 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis probably has to do with Alex Albert leaving the band prior to recording this album. Andrew was always more concerned with musicality and Alex with sales, it would seem (according to IADFH).
    theblbon May 21, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think that it is dealing with past grievances, saying that if we go searching through our past, in anger it will bite us and it will haunt us. "Things like anger should be kept in their caves"...
    ezrakoogilliladon April 28, 2009   Link

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