Demo songs.

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    SergSlim

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    Points of Authority, and With You from old web site are also some demo's? They are the demo's which were on the cd?
     
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    With You was probably Now I See and POA was probably one of the 2 demo versions.

    Nobody really knows, you can't download the songs from the website anymore. Those 4 songs are just the ones you can find listed in the downloads section on the old site.
     
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    What is this song:
    Walking In Circles
     
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    A song that's gonna be on Chester's solo album. It isn't out or anything, he just confirmed that it's one of the song titles.
     
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    On the Linkinpark.com website it is writen that It's Goin' Down is from The It's Goin' Down single, on your website that it's from the Built From Scrath Album. Are they similar on them?
    It starts with "I knew I was being threatened", but in the video for this song there is no such phrase. Are there two variants of this song, or it was cut just in video?
     
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    The song was originally featured on the X-ecutioners' album Built From Scratch. Since that's not a Linkin Park release, the official Web site reads that it's from the "It's Goin' Down" single, since it features Mike and Joe's names. There are bunches of versions; the one with the phrase you're talking about is the promotional version of the song. The album version doesn't have the phrase. There's also a radio edit, which is considerably shorter, as well as acapella and instrumental versions - though I'm not too sure about instrumental versions, besides the scratchapella.
     
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    One Step Closer (Rock Mix)
    Points Of Authoriy (Second Mix)
    Papercut (Japan Edit)
    Forgotten (Cut Edit)
    Runaway (11-09 Version)
    One Step Closer (The Humble Brothers Remix)

    Are they official, were they on any official singles or cds, or dvds? Or they're fan-made?


    Grey Daze - Morei Sky (Audition) was an extra track on Wake Me album
    Grey Daze - The Down Syndrome (Live Acoustic) is from the ..no sun today album.
    But I also have What's In The Eye (Live Acoustic), Sometimes (Live Acoustic), Hole Live (Acoustic)
    Do you know where are they from?
    Also demos are available of Grey Daze? I've got only here, nearby (demo). Are there any other demos?
     
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    It's Goin' Down versions:

    Album Version (On the UK single and Built from Scratch album)
    Radio Edit (On the Australian single)
    Promo Version (Early version without the chorus, the girl talking at the beginning, and a guy saying "X-Ecutioners Built from Scratch: Album in stores soon" in the middle)
    Demo Version (Same as Promo but without the guy talking)
    Video Version (Like the album version but has one of the chorus repeats cut out)
    Instrumental
    Scratch Acapella

    Seven versions total.

    One Step Closer (Rock Mix) - From a One Step Closer radio promo, it's the same but it doesn;t have Joe scratching in between the Shut Up parts.

    Points Of Authoriy (Second Mix) - Another name for the 2nd demo of the song ("Vertical Limit" as some call it)

    Papercut (Japan Edit)
    Forgotten (Cut Edit)
    Runaway (11-09 Version) - These 3 are all from the Under Attack bootleg CD, none are official. The Runaway 11-09 version is actually exactly the same as the regular version.

    One Step Closer (The Humble Brothers Remix) - One of the hidden extras on the Frat Party DVD, it's the demo of 1stp Klosr.

    The other 3 "live acoustic" Grey Daze songs are bullshit. They aren't live, and they aren't acoustic if you actually listen to them. Those 3 songs were recorded twice, once for the Wake Me album, and once for the No Sun Today album. These 3 are just the 2nd versions of each of those songs.

    The only 3 Grey Daze demos are Here, Nearby, Commit, and Come On.
     
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    It's Goin' Down:
    1)Album Version - With, or without girl talking?
    2)Radio Edit - same question as for first. What's the difference between this and the original version?
    3)Promo Version - withot chorus (what exactly belongs to the chorus?)
    4)Demo Version
    5)Vdeo - also without girl.
     
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    Album version doesn't have the girl.

    Radio Edit is the same as the version in the video, except the video version has a sort of rumbling noise before the song actually starts.

    In the demo/promo versions, instead of the chours, it has that section with the X-Ecutioners scratching (Put it up/and it goes like this, etc.).

    The only versions with the girl are the demo and promo versions.
     
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    Do what We did
    What I Wouldn't Give
    What are these?
     
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    Do What We Did is one of the Fort Minor Militia exclusive tracks. (The others are Kenji Interview Version, Tools of the Trade, Where'd You Go remix by Mr. Hahn, and Strange Things.)

    Never heard of What I Wouldn't Give, it probably doesn't even have anything to do with LP.
     
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    Speaking of the Fort Minor Militia tracks, is Trade of the Tools one of those? And i was gonna say something else but i seem to have forgotten
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    ok back, now i remember..lol. What I Wouldn't Give...sounds familiar...but...meh. I'm lost.
     
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    It seems to be from the FMM also. Tools of the Trade was the original track and Trade of the Tools is a remix made by DJ Cheapshot.

    Someone told me, that What I Wouldn't Give is a Holly Brook feat. Fort Minor track.
     
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    'What I Wouldn't Give' is in fact a track from Holly's forthcoming CD... It's track #3 on the album advance CD. As far as I know, it doesn't feature Fort Minor at all.
     
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    The song "SHE SHINES" is on album UNDER ATTACK-LINKIN PARK, I think that is not LP song. Do you know something about it?
     
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    It's a track from Chester's previous band Grey Daze and appears on the album 'Wake Me'.
     
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    Tools of the Trade - FM exclusive track
    Trade of the Tools - Space Invadas (Cheapshot and Vin Skully) making their own version of the song, a "Part 2" as claimed by Cheapshot.
     
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    ohhhh i gotcha now. thanks. sooo out of the fmm theres these tracks (correct if mistaken):

    do what we did
    where'd you joe
    tools of the trade
    trade of the tools
    kenji interview version
    strange things

    now about strange things: it is the first fort minor track ever made...and it sounds kinda like mike wants to stab someone.
     
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    Trade of the Tools isn't an FMM exclusive though. It's on Cheapshot/Vin's Myspace.
     

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