Eminem & Linkin Park - Violent Rhythm (Collision Course 3)

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    Blaze Audio

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    Wasn't sure where to post this but all in all, here it goes:
    Rick Rubin's Padawans team up once more for The Third installment in the "Collision Course" catalog on the web.
    This Extended Play is a fan made project by Blaze Audio(MarshalBlaze) and is in no way official nor do I or anybody else make any profit off of this content.
    Having explored different combinations and variations of Eminem's and Linkin Park's sound with two releases beforehand
    by combining the songs to create the best sound and powerful delivery for "Collision Course II" as well as
    going back to the roots of their respective sounds when it was in their prime and create a concept with
    that content and make it sound as clean as possible.
    This time It's a combination of both, Collision Course III will capture the raw musicality
    of these two artists and bands and make it sound modern as well as it will sound nostalgic to the audience.
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    Official Release on Datpiff: February 3rd 2014
    Official Youtube Playlist release: February 6th 2014

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSl6cZD678Y
     
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    The Joesen One

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    :facepalm:
     
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    Hybrid

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    What happened to Collision Course 2?
     
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    Filip

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    This guy actually does a good job most of the time, as much as the idea of CCII and CCIII is bad.

    Hardcore fans might not be your audience, though. ;)
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    Did you seriously use the instrumental from M_Macdonalds remix?
     
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    jare0674

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    Collision Coarse 3 is intense it skips right over it, duh.

    Anyways I've never understood the appeal of Eminem.
     
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    Angry white boy rapping about how life sucks. Nah, I don't see how that'd appeal to fans of a former nu-metal band.
     
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    Anonymous Person

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    There was a second collision course?
     
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    There's always a place in my heart that hates Eminem. And a lot of other rap artists (and pop)
     
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    Eminem is an artist?
     
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    I think a popular recording artist sucks. Am I edgy now?
     
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    No, just realistic.
     
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    Realistic? You're kidding me? Okay, I can't call myself an Eminem fan anymore; suffering through four consecutive albums of absolute shit will do that. But Eminem is both far more commercially successful than Linkin Park and has received universal critical acclaim for his first three albums, something Linkin Park can never claim. To discount that just because you personally don't like him is pretty fucking stupid and hypocritical considering both artists undeniably appeal to a similar demographic. I mean, I don't like Queen, but I'm not gonna go around saying that they're one of the worst bands ever. Why? Because of their technical proficiency, impact on popular culture and influence on their genre. Three things Eminem also possesses and Linkin Park flat out don't. That's as objective as I can make it and I'd much rather listen to Linkin Park than Eminem nowadays.
     
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    Joke? Eminem is my 2nd favorite artist(behind Linkin Park). But I know one thing: Linkin Park is proficient because they sell when they make albums, they impact popular culture because their music reflects styles more popular at the moment, and when LinkinPark was "NU-Metal" and they left the genre, it just so happened that the genre collapsed despite the work of LP and Evanescence. So please refrain from calling me a hypocrite, because they both do what I just mentioned very well.
     
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    Usually when people say that they were misunderstood, it's to cover up their own shoddy attempts at communicating. That is not the case here. You read what I wrote but simply didn't understand any of it. One, "technical proficiency" means being a great instrumentalist. Maybe with the exception of Chester and his vocal range, you cannot call a single member of the band a master at guitar/piano/whatever. Mike has even said he values emotional songwriting over proficiency. Two, saying that the sound they're making reflects what's popular at the moment is the exact opposite of making an impact. If they were groundbreaking as you think they are, other artists would be following their lead, not the other way around. An EDM-heavy remix album and a single with Steve Aoki is jumping on the bandwagon, not driving it. And three, let's be honest. All Linkin Park and Evanescence did was buy an already stale genre a few more years on the charts. That and all the popular bands Linkin Park have influenced (Bring Me the Horizon, Hollywood Undead, Red) suck.
     
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    Ok, I have to give you that, those artists you mentioned all suck.
     
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    I'm half-tempted to also put Evanescence there if I didn't have Fallen looking at me in my library.
     
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    Fallen was a great album. Other than that...they suck.
     
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    >Initiate 30 pages of rage.
     
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    I'd ban like... all of you.

    Except RazorEye.
     
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    The Joesen One

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    I was only facepalming because I thought stuff like this gets banned. :lol: I'm surprised this thread isn't locked already like the last Collision Course II thread. :p
     

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