Who Should Produce The Next Album?

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  1. Harlz

    Harlz Trapped Inside This Octavarium LPA Super Member

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    Mike or Rick again, if we're being realistic.




    Trent Reznor if we aren't. :lol:
     
  2. XVZ

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    Don Gilmore :p
     
  3. Tim

    Tim My perversion power is accumulating LPA Super Member

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    Another idea I had would be for Mike to co-produce with Shaun Lopez (yeah another Deftones producer). Maybe they could collaborate with Jonah Matranga as well (Far FTW).
     
  4. Bennington_Hahn

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    Mike should do it solo. Just so LP can get back to being LP. No Gilmore, no Rubin, no fancy producer to complicate things, just good old Reiliable Mike. He proved what he can do in the Past with the Hybrid Theory EP.

    With just Mike's guidance LP will be able to combine their old (indipendant/pre warner bros) sound with the new revalations they experiemented on MTM and create a masterpiece.

    Although if there is a producer out there who is also capable of doing it along side Mike... who knows?
     
  5. Dean

    Dean LPA Super Member LPA Addict

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    Lopez was definitely a good guitarist... he hasn't produced much yet though, has he?
     
  6. JJ

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    Mike should give it a go on his own..
     
  7. Dean

    Dean LPA Super Member LPA Addict

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    Yeah, I'd probably say Mike, Nakamura or Ezrin, or Mike with either of the latter two.
     
  8. Tim

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    He produced the vocals on Saturday Night Wrist as well as the new Will Haven album. So, not a lot of experience as a producer, but his experience in Far is enough.
     
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  9. Feenix

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    Don Gilmore, honestly, i'd rather go back to that sound than have another MTM :S

    Basically, anyone but Rick Rubin will do for me. It annoys me to an extent with MTM that LP weren't doing what came naturally or striving for a perfect album. They were just blindly following every word Rubin uttered, no matter how ridiculous.

    Screw it, Mike should just produce alone. He's more than capable of doing so
     
  10. Jesse

    Jesse Out of the abyss. LPA Über VIP

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    I should produce it. No, seriously. Mike Shinoda along with Joe Hahn. Plus outsider of the band Dan Nakumura
     
  11. a life in ashes

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    Mike solo would probably be the best option...

    After all, being in the band, he knows them best.



    ...or maybe Adam D from KSE :lol:
     
  12. heshboy

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    I hesh will produce the next album, and Mike will be rapping, and chester shall not be singing. Hahn will also be scratching. I guess you can just call it the Linkin Park mixtape. :)
     
  13. Dean

    Dean LPA Super Member LPA Addict

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    I doubt there'll be another MTM whether you liked it or not... they seem like they're at least past the point where they'll do the same thing for nigh on a decade like they had done.
     
  14. heshboy

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    Thank god I think you're right. I wouldn't be able to stomach another U2 cd.
     
  15. Fluorescent

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    I think it would be very challenging for Mike to be the only producer so I don't think he will produce the next album by himself. In my opinion it would be great if Don Gilmore would be the producer again!
     
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    I believe this is the man to do it with. as long as they dont record someone eating like pink floyd l;ol
     
  18. Diablorojo

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    They should get rid of Phi, get back one of those awesome bass players that they had in the past

    Mike should produce it and they should try to do a HTEP-MTM mix
    how cool is that? XD
     
  19. minuteforce

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    f**k, yeah!

    or ... maybe shaun lopez;

    like, the vox on SNW were sexy.

    LP could seriously use some of that. :D
     
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  20. Fear

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    Howard Benson or Don Gilmore again. That would be kind of cool.
     

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