Re: Rough Cutt - were they too "different" to be hugely successful?
Posted by: Scott ()
Date: January 11, 2013 12:09AM

I would disagree with Scott regarding the X factor. If having the X factor means having a hit songs that fit the flavour of the month, then Justin Bieber has the X factor. Not having a hit song doesn't mean your songs are bad.

Thanks for the lesson!

I am well aware that many great songs are not the obvious hits. I often find that the album tracks appeal more to me! The point was merely that, by comparison of their peers, they did not have the tunes..end of! Had they had the appeal/draw of their peers from the era, or some other "x-factor" that propelled them to the forefront, they would have a bigger star today, than that of a cult band that featured Paul Shortino. Another time, another place..maybe they would have appealed, who knows..thats a question we cannot answer.



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