#1
So, this might be a bit long, but, we need a ton of help on this:

So, my band has been together for 5 years(in march) and we can never get a singer. I usually do the vocals when we dont have one. Ive gotten pretty decent at singing, I woudlnt consider myself a singer yet though. Anyway. We have about 18 songs right now and we want to put out a full-length album. We finally found a singer and hes really really good. One of the best (thats not already in a band) in the area. thing is, hes not really our style. We are more of a thrash metal band, and hes more in to "radio-metal" if you get what im saying. We have tried him in the past and he quit after a week. If we keep him, our 18 songs will be down to 3.


So question is:

Should we keep a really good singer, but lose our musical direction, style and songs?

Tell us what you think...we really need help in this.
#2
keep the direction, because if you comprising that, your not gonna have fun making music, which is the most important

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#3
Quote by Awaken
keep the direction, because if you comprising that, your not gonna have fun making music, which is the most important



+1

plus once your direction changes paople in the band might not like it but they might if they don't not good for the band
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