Re: Rough Cutt - were they too "different" to be hugely successful?
Posted by: rocknut ()
Date: January 11, 2013 06:16AM

Yeah, Carl. I'm not trying to say you're wrong at all. It's subjective, of course and, as you say, tons of good bands didn't get a break.

For my tastes Rough Cutt just sounded pedestrian and forced almost. Warrant didn't have great songs because the broke, they broke because they had great songs. Admittedly some bands that broke had nothing (Poison for instance) but most that made it deserved to.

Truthfully I based my opinion on the drummer from the video. Silly of me, I know. I'll give the albums another blast and see if they stick.

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