more demos played in older songs
part of me
more demos played in older songs
part of me
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I must disagree with you. They always talk to the crowd and mostly chester thanks them for the atmosphere...(e.g: red square 2011).
Last time they came to Portugal (Rock in Rio 2008), at the mid of APFMH and In the end, Mike goes up to the barrier and talks to people...so I think you're somewhat wrong >.<
I would like to see some fireworks like when they performed "one step closer" with Jonathan Davis (Projekt Revolution Camden 2004).
It would be awesome if they played some musics like "Easier to run" or "Runaway"...
Oh, and they need to bring back this verse on "one step closer":
"These are the places where I can feel torn from my body
My flesh, it peels during this ride we can cut upwhat we like
Iím about to break
Waiting alone, I cannot resist
Feeling this hate, I have never missed
Please, someone, give me a reason to rip off my face
Blood is a pouring...."
and I miss the pushing me away piano version x3
Hey Joao Abreu, welcome to the LPA!
I know you're new here, but in the future try not to double post. If you want to add something to a post or change it in some way, use the "edit" button at the bottom .
Also, I don't think Linkin Park talks to the crowd enough. If they talked more, not only would that make the shows longer and more enjoyable, but it would also give them more rest.
It could also add some comic elements to the set, usually when bands talk among each other or the crowd it's pretty funny!
But the first post was a reply to your comment, and then I gived my opinion about the thread. Should I reply to comments and aswering the thread on the same post?
I've got it.
Shorter shows, this would mean they would have to leave out much more songs, and therefore have more songs to switch around with - therefore each show will have a varide setlist on a long loop.
Well, I always like to hear (new) extended or different versions of songs, either old or new songs. That's always fun and exciting
Restrict themselves to only one song from Meteora. I'll allow Faint. That's it.
A Totally New Setlist .....
4 from Hybrid Theory
2 from Meteora
5 Minutes To Midnight
1 Revenge of the Fallen OST
5 A Thousand Suns
7 New Album 2012
Total of 24
I want them to really revamp their setlist. They have so many hit singles that it's all they play. I think them playing ATS in full is sort of out of the range of possibility at this point. The songs they should absolutely keep are:
-Breaking The Habit
-In The End
-One Step Closer
The ones I can't even stand watching live anymore:
-Bleed It Out
-What I've Done
Love all four of those songs, but damn they just do not have enough energy while playing them anymore.
Songs I wish they'd incorporate from previous albums:
-Burning in the Skies (make it a permanent fixture)
-Easier to Run (beautiful harmonies in the second verse)
-Figure.09 (best bridge they have in my opinion)
Overall I'd like to see the breakdown like this:
Hybrid Theory -
2) One Step Closer
4) In The End
5) A Place for my Head
6) Lying From You
7) Easier to Run
9) Breaking The Habit
Minutes to Midnight -
10) Given Up
11) Leave Out All the Rest
12) The Little Things Give You Away
A Thousand Suns -
13) Burning in the Skies
14) When They Come For Me
15) Wretches and Kings
17) The Catalyst
Other Songs -
18) New Divide
That leaves plenty of room for songs off the new album too. I'd also be interested to hear how Across the Line sounds live.
I'm gonna be realistic here. All I'm asking for is more crowd interaction. I'm not saying they don't do it at all anymore, but it used to be a lot more so. When they don't talk to and get the crowd pumped and all that, it comes across as an overly rehearsed show, and not a concert.
Also, I'll be looking forward to some intros and outros for the ATS songs.
I want Don't Stay back, Somewhere I Belong to be a permanent in the setlist, Points of Authority back, In Pieces back. Robot Boy debut (even tho i dislike the song, wouldn't mind them debuting it)
For me to finally get to see them!
2013 Concerts:Formerly known as Bliss / Dementia
February 8th- VoxNora, Atlas Genius, and Imagine Dragons. (Marquee Theatre, Tempe, AZ)
April 18th- The Postal Service. (Comerica Theatre, Phoenix, AZ)
June 6th- Hillsong United. (ShoWare Center, Kent, WA)
September 7th- Chivalry is Dead, Always Right, Monhagans Dixon, Straight Til Morning, Visions of the Martyr, To Each His Own, and Romance Mechanics. (Pub Rock, Scottsdale, AZ)
December 3rd- Get Dead, Masked Intruder, Anti-Flag, and Less Than Jake. (The Nile, Mesa, AZ)
February 17th- Imagine Dragons, The Naked and Famous, and Nico Vega. (US Airways Center, Phoenix, AZ)
August 31st- Ed Sheeran (Jobbing.com Arena, Glendale, AZ)
September 5th- Blake Shelton, The Band Perry, Dan+Shay, and Neal McCoy (Ak-Chin Pavilion, Phoenix, AZ)
September 10th- Linkin Park, 30 Seconds to Mars, and AFI (US Airways Center, Phoenix, AZ)
Definitely more crowd interaction. I saw All Time Low a couple of months back and the banter with the crowd was insane - it definitely made the evening much more enjoyable. I know that the experience I had seeing ATL will be different to that of someone who saw them on another, even if there was a similar setlist, and I think that's great, it gives each show a bit of individuality. Obviously LP and ATL are completely different bands and cater to different audiences, so I'm not suggesting LP should borrow any of ATL's tricks, but it's crazy how much difference a little chat with the crowd makes. It's not all about the music.
I do love LP (saw them live for the first time in Nov 2010), they're my favourite band and their live show is phenomenal, but it did feel a bit over rehearsed. I'd gladly drop one or two songs in favour of a bit more talk from the band, rather than them just swooping from one song right into the next. I've gotten many laughs from watching them in LPTV episodes so it'd be nice to see some of this translate to the stage. The best live shows are always the ones that you come out of knowing that you got a unique experience, and although LP were fantastic, I had no doubt that whoever was going to see them the night after me was going to have a pretty similar experience. I dunno, I guess to some people that could be a good thing, but I like little things here and there to set each show apart from one another.
Reduce the number of songs being played. Increase the number of setlists.
And drop Crawling .. Chester cannot handle it anymore.
..the blood of innocence burning in the skies
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