If I had to pick out of IN MY REMAINS or I'LL BE GONE, I'd say I'LL BE GONE.
I feel like we start getting into a really dangerous territory when we start trying to write around the idea of what some third-party thought of what our music should be when they can't even comprehend on how to tell us what that thing is, or guide us in a direction that can get us there musically or creatively, or anything. You know, having to have a specific type of song; forcing music to conform to that frame of mind is causing a lot of noise to be in and it's getting away from the song. (...) Let's stop trying to do things that other people want us to do, and let's get back to just being fluid, and writing songs, coming with ideas, and being like, "hey, let's check this out", and grading things, and being honest.
Last edited by Qwerty19; 07-07-2012 at 11:55 AM.
This song became one of my least favorite on LT (after LGM). I find it very uninteresting.
After the album has worn in, I'll Be Gone is probably my favorite song. It was on of my favorite songs upon first listening and it has proven to have lasting power to it. Until it Breaks was in my top tier but it's novelty wore off quick, as did Lost in the Echo.
1. ROADS UNTRAVELED
2. I'LL BE GONE
This list could easily rearranged in any order though. Obviously listing my 3 favorite songs from LT.
There's nothing good about this song, apart from how there are some guitar parts that are sort of interesting in the scheme of guitar parts you'd expect from Linkin Park. Owen Pallett was wasted on it.
strings at the bridge soulds like No Roads Left's bridge
May your love never end and if you need a friend, there's a seat here alongside me.
I didn't enjoy this track either. Kind of a waste of time - can barely hear or appreciate the orchestral arrangement.
I like this song :3. It's beautiful ^^. Chester's execution is nice, and I like the lyrics. The instrumental part is lovely as well. It all fits together nicely ^^.
Best song on the album, Chester's vocals are perfect and the instrumentation is 100 times better than IMR, which in my opinion is the worst song on the album. There is no doubt that IMR or IBG will be a single, just have to wait and find out which.
These nice, poppy songs are never really great... I loved ATS because every track had such a powerful sound. I liked how one guy explained it on YT: ''very apocalyptic sound''.
IMR, BID and IBG are in my least favorite LP songs...
Yeah, it sounds a bit like DBS, but that's nothing bad imo. I think it's the fifth best LT song after LITE, UIB, IMR, BID.
I was really disappointing by this track to the fact that I was having a string section written for it by Owen Pallet. Turns out you can only here it for what, 5 seconds when building up to the chorus? Disappointing.
I think if Owen Pallet had no affiliation with this song, more people would like it.
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