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    Living Things, when will we get bored of it ? how long will it last ?

    hey, i guess most of us listened to the record in one way or another.. personally i believe this album is one of their best. Yet, im kinda afraid that this " instant " crush on each track will have bad consequences. i liked lies greed misery when it first came out but now, i skip it when playing the record, the same goes for burn it down . Will this happen to the rest of the tracks ?!

    what do you think ? how long can you play it before you get bored ?

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    I was by your side, powerless. NateXY's Avatar
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    This is exactly what I am worried about! I'm currently sitting on around 30-40 plays and I'm scared that I will get bored of it soon!
    But thing is, I usually get bored of albums after say 20 plays.. but for some reason I'm only starting to love these tracks now!
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    Hey, and maybe many or all of us will get bored of it at some point. But I've been listening to music long enough to know that some time after dropping it you decide to pick it up again, maybe weeks but maybe even months or a full year later, and it sounds just as fresh as the first time you heard it. Music, even from a band you consider your favorite, doesn't have to be fresh all the time.

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    I still listen to A Thousand Suns, and I never get bored with it. I hope to get the same result from this album.
    May your love never end, and if you need a friend, there's a seat here alongside me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinkinPark. View Post
    hey, i guess most of us listened to the record in one way or another.. personally i believe this album is one of their best. Yet, im kinda afraid that this " instant " crush on each track will have bad consequences. i liked lies greed misery when it first came out but now, i skip it when playing the record, the same goes for burn it down . Will this happen to the rest of the tracks ?!

    what do you think ? how long can you play it before you get bored ?
    same here... but i love the songs... just as the past songs from the band ... For me it's about when i want to listen to Lp song i listen .... i won't be bored to listen to Lp no matter what ...
    "The music we make now is the result of trying to put pressure on ourselves to do something unique. I hope not, let us dream the same band as we were (when we started) because that is specifically what we did not want to happen throughout our career"
    -Chester Bennington.

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    My style of listening is not played by albums... I make playlist and labeled it LP Hard Tracks, LP Mellow Tracks, LP Favorites, etc.. except for ATS to be played as FULL EXPERIENCE... I actually listen to albums when it come to my mind that i want to listen it as a whole...

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    I will never get tired of it
    2013 Concerts:
    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)

    2014 Concerts:
    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)
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    The first half has already overstayed it's welcome on my ipod. Second half though, is just gold. So I guess I'm somewhat bored with it.

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    I know I will get tired of it. I didn't listen to Linkin Park all year until I heard the BURN IT DOWN annoucment on their website then started listening to them again. I have a feeling around September when Food and Liquor II comes out I will stop listen to them until like 2013 or something. It doesn't help my main music is hip hop/rap anyway. Linkin Park is one of the few rock bands I listen to, but they're my favorite artist no doubt.

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