@Kmid24 Yeah it appeared on Meeting of A Thousand Suns, as shown on the image above.
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This ain't no joke / I do not play
And I won't hold back the things I say
'cause I'm no soldier / And you're no king
So I don't bow down and kiss no ring.
In all seriousness though, we really haven't had a lot of footage of Mike laying down vocals, aside from the Minutes to Midnight DVD.
I'm wondering, I got the feel that the LPTV's covering for "Buried at Sea" ended here, even though they've never said they were two parts, I always thought they were. So my question would be, what's next for them to show? I don't think they will just splash 3 or 4 more episodes about tracks we haven't heard at all, though it would be nice, but I don't think they'd do that. Way too easy.
*Edit* Jack found the picture before I could.
Also, typical LP "messageboard fan" mindset: Any music that hasn't been heard before is awesome by default, so if it's a different version of a song we already have, it MUST be more awesome than the "regular" version.
The demo lyrics suck. A lot of LP's demo lyrics suck. That's why they're demo lyrics.
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Deleted all the off-topic nonsense. Back to the topic at hand.
But in the end we were meant to be apart, like separate chambers of the human heart...
"The best lyrics are the ones that describe those emotions in ways you always wanted to say but could never find the words." - Mike Shinoda
Formerly known as Epiksha.
Cool episodes. Hoping for some other sneak peeks of recording processes, though I doubt we'll get these until a few weeks before the album release.
If the BID video is released soon, they'll probably show the making of short afterwards through lptv.
We live in an age of reproduction. Most of what makes up our personal picture of the world we have never seen with our own eyes--or rather, we've seen it with our own eyes, but not on the spot: our knowledge comes to us from a distance, we are televiewers, telehearers, teleknowers. (M.F.)
formerly known as formerly known.
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