Come on. Don't care about those aren't strong enough to say what they secretly love in the back of their heart. I just can't imagine someone can't fell in love with those Harmonies, those backing vocals like on Puzzle of my heart, Walk Away or Obvious. Maybe they're just angry that they aren't into the Westlife thing and so they reject them as a reason of being huffy. Huffy since they can't enjoy what acutally love and NEED.
Everyone seeks Harmonies. Inside and Outside. Inside the heart and Outside--> with music.
Anyway, again I just can agree to Cats Waller. Just the point I think is wrong with Releasing I do or track 12. The simple chart listener's heart is not big enough to understand the meaning, emotion and power of songs like You Must Have Had A Broken Heart. Again I'd say it is something about being huffy because they aren't in to it. And so they reject it.
This is something the managment does right. Not releasing songs like Close Your Eyes, I do, Close or Love Takes Two. These songs wouldn't go well in the charts since they are too comprehensive. Need a long time until you know the ríght melody by the violins. Of all violins and all other cellos and horns. Big Opera Pop Music. Like WE ARE ONE was.