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Boston's best-known works include the songs "More Than a Feeling", "Peace of Mind", "Foreplay/Long Time", "Rock and Roll Band", "Smokin'", "Don't Look Back", "A Man I'll Never Be", and "Amanda".They have sold more than 75 million records worldwide, including 31 million albums in the United States, of which 17 million were from their self-titled debut album and seven million were for their second album, Don't Look Back, making them one of the world's best-selling artists.The showcase was a success and the band agreed to put out ten albums over the next six years.In addition to the firing of Masdea, the record label insisted that Scholz re-record the demo tapes in a professional studio.This final demo tape attracted the attention of promoters Paul Ahern and Charlie Mc Kenzie. According to Scholz, the managers insisted that Masdea had to be replaced before the band could get a recording deal.
The group headed off on tour to promote Third Stage in 19.While Scholz and Delp were recording new material for the third Boston album, CBS filed a million lawsuit against Scholz, alleging breach of contract for failing to deliver a new Boston album on time.During this same period, Scholz founded his high-tech company Scholz Research & Development (SR&D), which made amplifiers and other musical electronic equipment.Goudreau left the band in 1981 and formed Orion the Hunter.
Delp contributed vocals and co-wrote songs on the debut album, but returned to Boston and recorded vocals on the third Boston album.These early demo tapes were recorded with (at various times) Delp on vocals, Goudreau on guitar, Masdea on drums, and Scholz on guitar, bass and keyboards.The demo tapes were sent to record companies, but received consistent rejections.That group disbanded by 1974, but Scholz subsequently worked with Masdea and Delp to produce six new demos, including "More Than a Feeling", "Peace of Mind", "Rock and Roll Band", "Something About You" (then entitled "Life Isn't Easy"), "Hitch a Ride" (then entitled "San Francisco Day"), and "Don't Be Afraid".