The music industry is even more volatile than Hollywood, but even there, everything operates on cause and effect. Musicians who succeed do so when the right circumstances combine. It takes some measure of talent; not just musical talent, but also charisma on stage. It takes a persona people can identify with, and haven't seen too many times before. It takes the right marketing strategy, the right work ethic, and sometimes, as happened to Elvis so many years ago, they wind up in the right place at the right time. Then how do you exaplin Mille Ville. They could not even sing. You can also say it's all cause and effect. But it's really not cause and effect. I will take Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken. Clay sold more albumes the Ruben. That's a fact yet Clay did not win AMERICAN IDOL. So he sold more then Ruben. There has to be a reason. And it's not cause and effect. There are has to be something there that these people are liking. Other wise it won't matter about any of the stuff you said DG. Because it that was it I coudl make the next Mille Ville. But please stop if I try to. I don't want to ruin someones life.