Re: Rough Cutt - were they too "different" to be hugely successful?
Posted by: kaneudeck ()
Date: January 10, 2013 11:58PM

I was a Rough Cutt fan mostly because of Paul Shortino. I love their version of Piece of My Heart, actually one of my favorite versions, and possibly my favorite songs by RC. Although they did of some good songs, I think although they had a really good sound, their success was limited by their quality of songs. I was ecstatic when I heard Paul had joined Quiet Riot. I think the QR album w/ Paul is excellent and definately one of his best works as well as one of Quiet Riots best albums and better than anything he did with RC.

Looking back I guess I have always had a song running through my head, maybe I never had a choice. Every drop of blood, every bitter tear, every bead of sweat, I live for this!



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