I was in that band Last Resilience I don't know how much you know about the music industry. But anyone that knows anything about the music business
it's that even bands that go absolutely no where never went to waste and were never forgotten.
I mean somewhere in their there had to be a whole lot of fun and nostalgia of just getting together and making music you knew you could hear on the
radio but it was at your finger tips and you could really kick back and rock out even if you was the only one that knew anything about the band.
A lot of guys don't get that most people buy guitars and amps and you know you get that band together and the one thing you always find out is that
no body went out and bought a pa or microphone worth a crap.
Because everyone wants to be a guitarist. With that being said how do you think the confidence level for guitarists really is. You know guys that sit
around in there garage and pick at it sound pretty good could possibly go somewhere if they knew the value of someone who understands marketing and
Point being guitarists know they are a dime a dozen because everyone wants to be the one shredding. The truth of it is it's the vocalist who realizes
he needs a pa and microphone that's the real hero.
Because when you have that commodity that no one else has the confidence to go for and you find a way to sell it then you can break the mold.
And that's kinda what this song did for this band.
I understand that not every one is going to enjoy the song although for what it is and it's genre I think it's a pretty good one.
But the story before the song their that was something that I know every one sitting down thinking about where they are going and where it needs to go
can enjoy the fact that the world has people who can work that out for them.
Short cut it and hand it to you when you didn't work for none of it.
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