...in my boxers...
"Being unsucessful is relative to the band's goals"
Andrew, well said. When I use the term unsuccessful, yes, I'm using it to define a lack of commercial sales. The reason I'm wording it that way (and, while I'm most familiar with American sales, I'm intruged by sales worldwirde), is because I'm interested in those bands which lacking commercial success are still a talented group of musicians. Music being a passion of mine, finding bands with some high level of commercial success, and maybe even a bit less, isn't hard to do, and I do it. Finding the bands that aren't easily accessable is what I'm looking to do, and doing so by picking the brains of music lovers here on pip, and if I'm inspired to buy them, I can henceforth (correct word, right? lol) decide if they're to my liking.
In America, Savage Garden was pretty successful. I don't know numbers, but their mainstream level of... what's the word I'm looking for? Their were decently known. Their biggest song to me (I've heard it a lot, even post breakup) was "Truly Madly Deeply."
"My imaginary friend thinks you have serious mental problems."
[This message has been edited by PoetryIsLife (10-09-2002 10:26 PM).]