I'm not talking about Brown Eye Girl. That's a good song, it's just dull for a muso. I'm talking about the originals band that has a lineup of good songs in its repertoire and some miserable ones. We have two in our regular set that we have no plans to ever record, even as B-sides. And the worse of the two is awful. Poor songwriting with weak hooks over muddy and too busy instrumentation. It's bad. I did some work and fixed the bassline to reduce the mud and make it more danceable, but it's still the worst song in our repertoire. But we're aiming to get girls dancing, and somehow the sonic sludge this song throws at the audience does the trick. It's not the best song in our set for that, but it's close and I'm completely dumbfounded as to why. Anybody else experienced the same? Would you put a song like this on an LP or b-side it on an EP, or would you never give somebody the chance to thoroughly critique it and realize how miserable it really is?