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We're not uncomfortable with it, and we've already been through enough of the music business where I'm not really worried that commercial success is going to in some way - we're already past saving, you know what I mean? It's too late for us.
What's weird is the Hot Boys and the whole New Orleans Cash Money thing had a really big impact on the Bay when that was popping off. I don't all the way understand it. I mean, I know that they were big everywhere and had a lot of commercial success in the mid to late '90s, but they were really, really felt in the Bay Area.
Years of imprisoning and beheading writers never succeeded in shutting them out. However, placing them in the heart of a market and rewarding them with a lot of commercial success, has.
I've rarely gotten a good review in my life, yet, to paraphrase Noel Coward, I am happy to console myself with the bitter palliative of commercial success.
I know a lot of people who have tremendous commercial success and they go directly for it. There's something that has always been difficult about that for me.
A film has to be for commercial success as well as earn you respect as an artist. You don't want to do only things that are designed to run commercially, and neither do you want to do things that get acclaim but don't run.
Saif Ali Khan
I never assumed I would have that commercial success, so it was a total surprise. And honestly, I never assumed that it would ever happen again.
One of the obvious things that went wrong with Multics as a commercial success was just that it was sort of over-engineered in a sense. There was just too much in it.
I would be humiliated if I found out that anything I did actually became a commercial success.
When you hold things back, when you don't commit completely to your ideas and trust completely in your own instincts, you are guaranteeing your own failure - even if you end up having commercial success.
I never really think so much about commercial success; I usually just think about records that move me, and 'Baby Got Back' was one that moved me.
Rock became an incredible commercial success, people just became bored with serious music, and it was forgotten.
As far commercial success, I don't think that's a focus but it's not that we don't enjoy that. It's not something you can attempt and achieve.
There's a lot of pressure on Broadway. There's this feeling that the show has to be a commercial success and the producers have to make their money back and Tonys and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.
Commercial success still hasn't come to an artist that isn't signed to a record label. There are very few artists that can succeed without the help of a record label. The role of the record label is still required, it's still necessary.
Edgar Bronfman, Jr.
It has nothing to do with commercial success. You cannot calculate in your head how to put the mosaic together to make a commercial film: that's out of the question.
I don't really think about the critics or the commercial success.
When I did have a little bit of commercial success, it really didn't suit my temperament at all. I'm a terrible public person.
Singing is my dream and, while it may have not been a commercial success, critically I was thrilled with the reception my first album got.
It's pretty hard to make out what's going to be a commercial success and what's not.
Oh, well, I'd like to have commercial success. I guess.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
John F. Kennedy
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