Please read through before you slay me on this board ....lolDisclaimer : Im very long time goo fan and love john , robby and yes mike [ but mikes another story for another thread lol ] ..Talking specifically today about the robby songs and the success of the goo`s . O.k so here goes [ be easy on me and objective as possible please =] ] . The way I see it between the commercially successful albums of "a boy named goo" to "boxes" I count about 17 robby songs roughly an album and a half full of songs that john could have sung and potentially at least half of them could have been top 25 hits while a very sold chance another 4 0r 5 songs could have been top 10 or even number one hits ......Now I know that robby is a sweetheart and the back bone of the band and has so much pure energy and fun to watch perform live , but from a business stand point [ and it is a business] don't you think that giving johnny another 17 songs over the years would have giving them an even bigger chance at commercial success ?? Correct me if im wrong but what other band has this kind of formula ? A well known front man who has many many hit songs on the radio and then lets the bass player who has never had a single song on the radio and who`s singing skills pale in comparison to the lead singer put 2 or more songs on every cd??? Just odd to me and I thought it might be an interesting discussion for the board ..