Discussion in 'News' started by Joe, May 11, 2012.
Glad this is finally confirmed after all the speculation.
ah I see. I often make tracks and songs interchangeable which isn't right. so yeah TINFOIL is not a song and neither is an instrumental album
Im sorry but LP is back better and bigger than ever.
No, that's fine. "Track" is just used to refer to anything which is on a track ;D so it includes any kind of recorded music.
You formed this conclusion based on the confirmation that there's an instrumental track on the new album? ;P Which we haven't heard yet?
When did they leave?
Didn't the reviews say the final track was powerful? This could be something that bleeds into it like fallout did for the catalyst.
since TINFOIL was leftover from the ATS sessions, it could very well do that.
What you did there, I see it.
Clever girl (although you may be a guy! probably are a guy).
you deserve a
Did anyone offer to bet against you?
so LP did actually made HT part 3!! even same song structure and 12 tracks, shit....album sales could really make bands look like asses, now im actually happy ATS didn't even go platinum, at least it made the guys get back to their roots.
the sound for the most part won't be their roots. Lost in the Echo was said to sound like old LP a bit but even though everything else is similar to HT, doesn't mean it will sound like HT, it will be something totally new and will sell more than ATS
I'm becoming more and more dismayed by the news about this album.
Now, I'm not saying it can't be good, but I am disappointed the band appears to be taking almost no risks. It's going to be as short or shorter than Hybrid Theory and Meteora, the lyrics of "Burn it Down" are almost a carbon copy of what you'd find on those albums and it's using the exact same structure as those albums as well. While I wasn't a big Minutes to Midnight fan, it at least changed the album structure and got the band to try new paths. Then A Thousand Suns came out and blew me away: they took risks, they told a story and they just made an all-around awesome record. Not a collection of singles, but a record. None of their previous albums sounded like that to me.
When the lead-up to the album was taking place, everyone on here was buying what the band said about "not caring about the commercial success" and only doing it for the music, blah blah blah. Well, guess what? You don't get recognized for critical success, you get recognized for commercial success. It seemed like I was the only one who thought the band would be letdown if there was no commercial success.
Again, maybe the album will be good. But I don't want Hybrid Theory: Part III. I know that's what some fans want, but for me, personally... meh. I'm starting to wonder if I'll regret pre-ordering the album now.
Consider your words here carefully. Assuming your premise is correct and this album does sound like Hybrid Theory 3, you're glad they are selling out to get more album sales?
Edit: I know it won't be HT 3. Just a hypothetical here.
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