In an interview with Melissa from Kiwibox, O-Town openly discussed their feelings on their sophomore album’s poor sales. “I mean there’s a lot of things we should have done differently, could have done differently, or what I would have personally done differently,” said Dan Miller. “At this point though, I don’t think it really helps anyone to point fingers. It’s not really anybody’s fault. As far as the record goes, I mean we did the best we could with the material we put together.” Band mate Erik-Michael Estrada added, “I mean right now, I like the fact that we seem to be breaking out like a real band. Almost like a word of mouth kinda thing. I think a lot of people don’t know our record is out, and even if they do, it’s forcing us to prove ourselves. I mean, just because people may not think the record is out, or the awareness isn’t there, or whatever the case may be, it’s forcing us to come together and be unified as a group.”
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