Best LPU CD so far?

Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by Bennington_Hahn, Nov 25, 2007.

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What do you think is the best LPU CD so far?

  1. LPU V2.0 (2002)

    19 vote(s)
    55.9%
  2. LPU V3.0 (2003)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. LPU V4.0 (2004)

    2 vote(s)
    5.9%
  4. LPU V5.0 (2005)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. LPU V6.0 (2006)

    13 vote(s)
    38.2%
  1. Rosh

    Rosh Well-Known Member

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    We don't need the tracklisting. We know it's all live versions of the songs, a lot of which we already have. I don't care for having the rest of the live versions.

    What gets me (even if they aren't in direct control of the fanclub anymore), is that they kept going on about how they had over a hundred song ideas. We got 12 songs on MtM, 1 B-Side in No Roads left, for a total of 13 songs. 13. Out of 100+. That other 87+ better have been REALLY SHITTY songs, because I don't see the reason for holding out on us. What extra work would they have to do, unless they would go and rerecord the B-Side for the CD? I would definitely take rough cuts of B-Sides over live tracks anyday. (Unless they were special live tracks like RME and the others mentioned above)
     
  2. User Name

    User Name Angry Marines. Always angry, all the time. >:C LPA Super Member

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    The key word here is idea. Mutliple song ideas could have been used in one song, so it would highly doubtful that Linkin Park had over 100 songs written for Minutes To Midnight.
     
  3. Minus

    Minus I am not Mike Shinoda. LPA Addicted VIP

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    So which one is Hybrid Theory then? Because that one apparently blows the other one out of the water. :lol:

    I agree in the statement that 7.0 will definitely be down there. I mean, all the conceivable tracks that could be on the CD are widely available already, so it's in no way 'exclusive.'
     
  4. Harlz

    Harlz Trapped Inside This Octavarium LPA Super Member

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    Yea couldn't be worse than 3.0 :lol:
     
  5. MIR6N

    MIR6N Well-Known Member

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    LPU 4.0 is the best but 2.0 is not bad.
     
  6. minuteforce

    minuteforce Danny's not here, Mrs. Torrance. LPA Team

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    actually, 7.0 is worse;

    1. "No More Sorrow" (Toronto) - 05:14
    2. "What I've Done" (Hartford, CT) - 03:22
    3. "One Step Closer" (Syracuse, NY) - 03:41
    4. "Given Up" (West Palm Beach, FL) - 03:10
    5. "Numb" (Woodlands, TX) - 03:10
    6. "Crawling" (Holmdel, NJ) - 03:47
    7. "The Little Things Give You Away" (Atlanta, GA) - 07:21
    8. "In the End" (Toronto) - 03:43
    9. "Bleed It Out" (Raleigh, NC) - 07:49
    10. "Faint" (Holmdel, NJ) - 04:33

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linkin_Park_Underground#Underground_v7.0

    "a place for my head", live, pretty much pwnz that.

    LPU 2.0 is the one that corresponds to HT -- a combination of "dedicated" and "my december", plus a live version of the original version of "with you", plus a live version of "high voltage", and a kickass instrumental to top it all off ... and a mediocre remix which is pretty decent ... that pretty much pwnz anything else LPU could offer.

    i'll admit that LPU 6.0 came close but it did not leave as big an impact for me.
     
    Last edited: Dec 23, 2007

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