- II. razorblade, n. associated with "emo kids"; the so-called symbol or icon that "emo kids" get labeled with
- III. razorblade, n. someone or something that saves, rescues or relieves you, relieves you from your stress, helps you release your emotional pain, etc.
- IV. Razorblade Romance, n. Razorblade Romance is the second studio album by HIM, released on December 19, 1999 in Finland and January 24, 2000 in rest of Europe - save for the UK, where it was released May 15 2000. It was produced by John Fryer and distributed by the local BMG company. All songs and lyrics on the album, with the exception of Chris Isaak's Wicked Game, are composed by Ville Valo.
This is the album that made HIM huge in Europe when their single Join Me In Death was featured in the sci-fi movie The Thirteenth Floor. It reached #1 on German sales charts, going platinum, and is the biggest-selling single in Finnish music history.
Razorblade Romance was released shortly after in the U.S. under the moniker "HER". There was a jazz band in Chicago named HiM who did not want to give up the rights to their name, but eventually HIM bought the rights to use their name in the United States and now can release their albums under it. The American albums were released under Jimmy Franks Recording Company, run by Jimmy Pop, singer of the Pennsylvania band Bloodhound Gang. They released the HER 'Razorblade Roman...
Secundo: "I don't remember man but I had the worst razor blades when I woke up this morning"