Can't be Chosen over the Frozen
Type: Posts; User: Blackee Dammet
Can't be Chosen over the Frozen
FOB have always made incredibly good pop, I'm glad they took that break and ended up coming back more respected than they left, I hated seeing a quality act like them tainted with the "emo" label and...
One of my favorites on the album.
I wanna throw my hat into the "generalizing" arena and point out I notice a lot of LPA in general tends to dislike 'traditional' rock type songs, I can see that...
Full album. EP's fun but at that point they were one of the hundreds of nu-metal bands out there at the moment. The full album's way more fleshed out.
He meant in terms of overall "weirdness", not necessarily heaviness. Tool is far more experimental than heavy.
Not necessarily. Green Day, the Offspring, and Red Hot Chili Peppers all released popular albums long after they put out Greatest Hit compilations.
It really doesn't fit, the version in the original was a slow-build to the Chester chorus, this one just seems like you wanted more "intense" rapping because the song is "intense".
You still doing The Offspring? Was curious about them.
Hey what do ya know, it did. Had no idea.
Well then, I'm satisfied. Last I checked UIG was still doing pretty poorly so this is a surprise. Show's how much I pay attention. For a second I was...
I can't seem to find an updated chart positioning on it, unless it was on there for 2 weeks and then completely dropped off.
If this were a commercial single, everyone would be screaming "hrng fucking genre hopping radio baiting CORPORATE SELLOUTS!". It's a nice chill song, but it's nowhere near great. It's like he's doing...
Oh someone please do Alkaline Trio, I've always been curious as to how they do.
THP's lyrics sucked considerably less than some of their older material. Whether that speaks more to the quality of the HP stuff or their older songs is up to you.
See You On The Other Side seems to have been retroactively regarded as crap, I remember when it first came out it was as popular as I had seen the band in years in terms of mainstream attention. The...
Is that worldwide or US for Korn? If that's just the US they're hanging in there way better than I thought.
I actually didn't think 30STM were selling that many copies, tbh. In the US at least...
Not at face value, no. But it comes across- to me, anyway- as the closest of any MtM song that tries to overtly go for a "Linkin Park sound" than anything else on the album. Is it a carbon copy of By...
Given Up. NMS sounds a tad too much like they were deliberately going for a "Hybrid Theory style" sound, Given Up sounded really fresh when it came out and actually still holds up today.
Yeah about that;
Despite all the love for "unconventional" aspects of LP music, that Chester did a slow song without making it angelic and ballad-like it confuses and upsets them.
Structurally? Probably, but the entire thing is essentially a Chester vocal performance, and I can't think of anyone who could do it that well.
When ATS came out, it resulted in most of the band on stage tapping keyboards. That obviously isn't going to flow but so well during a live show, but they really tried making it work. It looked like...
Man even people who say they can't stand Linkin Park love LitE. It's ridiculous.
Very under rated album. I thought for sure stuff like Lost in the Echo, I'll Be Gone, and In My Remains would be live staples for years. Instead they acted like they didn't want to play the album...