Popular Post That Dude Posted March 14 Popular Post Share Posted March 14 10 hours ago, GDFan2019 said: Cavallo produced the Trilogy too, and I’ve had a theory that the Trilogy would’ve been much bigger without the iHeart incident and Billie’s rehab. I have always believed that about the Trilogy. The promotion was INSANE before I heart. Green Day were on every TV show, talk show. They were performing everywhere and there was going to be at least 3 singles from each album. Music videos. The records would have been spread apart instead of rush released. It's all about promotion. If Dookie had come out and there was no single, no video and no shows....Dookie would have flopped. That is exactly what happened with Dos and Tre. Even with an established name behind them, no promotion equals low sales. Even if they are bad, which they aren't....bad records top the charts all the time. Good or bad doesn't really go into the equation of success. 1972 needs a good promo. A HUGE lead single, like Blink-182's Edging. It will start the hype train. Heck, an acoustic single with strings wouldn't hurt either. There. I have added some substance to this sickly thread. I speculated. About 1972. 11 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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