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Wayback Wednesday: Sugar Ray – “When It’s Over”

Wayback Wednesday: Sugar Ray – “When It’s Over”
This week, Kaboom! Magazine.com “Wayback Wednesday” takes us all the way back to the year 2001. When It’s Over” is a song by Sugar Ray and it was released in May 2001 as the lead single from their self-titled fourth album Sugar Ray.The song about having feelings for a person after the end of a relationship in which there were repeated breakups before. The music video (directed by McG) features segments of each band member’s fantasy about a music video for the song, ending with the band partying on the beach. Stan Frazier’s portion is first and it’s consisted of him destroying a set, on which they play. Murphey Karges’ portion is next and it shows the band performing as an Irish punk rock group. DJ Homicide’s portion shows the group entering a strip club. Rodney Sheppard’s segment portrays his love of kung fu, as he fights Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as Bruce Lee in his yellow jumpsuit. Mark McGrath’s segment is last and it has the band in the 1980s imitating Duran Duran’s “Is There Something I Should Know?” music video, incorporating elements of “I Ran (So Far Away)” by A Flock of Seagulls and Cars by Gary Numan. Sugar Ray’s mascot, the bulldog, is also shown at the end of the music video in a brief cameo. A scooter accident can be seen near the end of the video.