Tansike wrote:^ i agree with you, Timmy, but Mandy released only one single so far, Monrose had three singles. So let's wait until Mandy releases her next single(s) and see if they can help the album..
The problem is: Can an album really be saved if it's already out of the chart?
Yes, it's true that debut albums actually can't flop as there is nothing to, but you've gotta confess that the label had a lot of expectations, people had huge expectations and with the Monrose background, it was like an all or nothing.
@Monrose's losing recording contract: It's written there
. Ladylike should've sold 50k copies, but only 30k copies were sold, therefore their recording contract wasn't made longer.
It's obvious that the girls would deny something like this. Who would really make something like this public? It's clear that something like going solo paths would come... Same for divorces when it's said to be "unüberbrückbare Differenzen" in most cases.
Where's the sense in having a recording contract for Senna and Bahar if they never released an album? Sounding kinda weird and anyway, having a recording contract only makes sense if you have enough income to make it stay and at least from music, they didn't make much money...
Don't think labels always think comprehensible... Alexandra Burke's first album was sold 800k times (~ 5x Gold in Germany) and included 5 top ten singles, among them 3 No.-1s... And still she got dropped from her first label! So if something like that happened, it could've easily happened to Monrose whose last 2 albums didn't even reach Gold. I think it depends on the label: Some give artists a chance whose last album was sold 10k times (Queensberry), while others let multi-platinum artists drop...
And yes, a bit less stanning would be better. I'm sometimes even feared to post here, answer your questions, because you sound bitchy for some time and some kind of rough...