Which side project to you prefer?
Dead by Sunrise
I like them both equally
I don't like neither
Which side project to you prefer?
I like them both equally.. Could blast 'em on my player any day.
isn't I don't like neither a double negative and grammatically incorrect (excuse me if I am wrong)?
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)
October 13th- Empire! Empire!, Free Throw, Cave Sounds and Glencove. (The Underground, Mesa, AZ)
November 26th- Modern Baseball, Knuckle Puck, Crying, Somos, Sundressed (Club Red, Mesa, AZ)
I felt like killing myself after listening to Dead by Sunrise.
Fort Minor was just badass.
Dead by Sunrise gave us Chester embracing the post-grunge genre and talking about relationships. Out of Ashes was a good album, but it felt sluggish for me and I believed that Chester and Julien K can do more genre-busting music. Most of the songs sounded similar to other artists.
Fort Minor gave us Mike embracing his hip hop roots and expressing his personal and political thoughts whilst jamming with awesome featured artists, mainstream or underground. It's amazing how Mike made The Rising Tied in such a short period of time and yet amaze us with how much skill he has. He made a hip hop album that avoided all possible stereotypes. He made us think about what was really going on in this world.
FORMERLY KNOWN AS PHILSFAN
Dead By Sunrise definitely felt 5 years too late to me, good album but nothing on there sounded fresh to me, and they changed the original version of Let Down, which was 10 times better.
The Rising Tied is a masterpiece, one of my top 5 albums of all time.
Neither of the albums really feel. . . complete to me, I guess. It's hard to explain. Both feel kind of mediocre, for lack of a better word. Chester's music is generic. Mike's lyrics often times don't flow properly. I do like both albums but both have very distinct flaws.
Edit: @NoN, it would be I don't like either.
Fort Minor. The Rising Tied is one of my favourite album.
Mike's rhymes and flow are way better in LP than in Fort Minor, but there are some awesome songs and all instrumentals are kick-ass on The Rising Tied... Apart from Let Down and Morning After, Dead By Sunrise is just "meh" to me...
Fort Minor by far. But a lot of good songs were on the dead by sunrise album like Fire and Too Late. I also like the 80's feel of Let Down. Its just the whole album is way too dark for me. Fort Minor at least at some high points like petrified and remember the name.
I like them both really, each for their own different reasons.
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