IconicSpice wrote:IER wrote:^a bit of a flop? It's a big flop, same as the single.
And I don't think her lack of success with this album/single has anything to do with the type of music they're doing. The problem with the tour is that they think they're bigger than what they actually are. They had no problems with the theatres tour earlier in the year. And the album flopping is all down to bad promotion, bad release date and a weak single choice to launch it.
All Fired Up has reach the 200k mark, which isn't amazing, but it shows their good songs still sell. They just need to do more promo, release the right songs and realize that they're no Girls Aloud or Spice Girls.
I tend to agree you saying that, they are more like parade than girls aloud or the spice girls
They're no Girls Aloud nor Spice Girls, but they're not on the same league as Parade, Girls Can't Catch and so on. They're somewhere in between. They've got an average nice loyal fanbase that gives them top30 singles (something other acts like Nicola Roberts or Melanie C don't even have, coming from bigger girlbands). But they don't have a big fanbase like Girls Aloud did (the SG are on a total different level). But they could be! They just seem to end up ruining everything they touch by releasing wrong singles, not promoting singles/albums or by going on holidays when they should be working.
it seems they spend 10 months writing and recording on the studio but just promote that music during 2 months, then they move on to the next project. It looks as if they got paid for recording music, not for selling and performing it.
They need some serious management change and someone leading that team making better decisions. It's not like they're Melanie C getting trouble in finding TV shows to perform on. They're liked and the media loves them. They just need to work hard on promotion as much as they do on recording on the studio. And, obviously, they need to make things right and release the proper songs, on the proper weeks of the year and most important of all, stop fucking giving up on every single project after it fails on the charts.