I Think I'm Alone Here But...

Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by Zach, Jun 10, 2009.

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    Zach

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    I don't really like this CD as much as I did before, after having the amazing CD's Meteora and Minutes To Midnight has anyone kind of left this CD behind? I still like it in general but I never listen to it and I never think about it.

    P.S. if the title to the thread is bad I'm so sorry :(
     
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    Andrea

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    In terms of Linkin Park albums, Hybrid Theory is a classic. I don't listen to it as much anymore, or any of their other albums, but that's only because I'm older now and I'm listening to other types of music. I don't love Hybrid Theory any less though. Their other albums haven't had much of a lasting impact with me, so I'm the opposite. I prefer Hybrid Theory over their other releases.
     
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    Jordan

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    Hybrid Theory is the only album of theirs i still put on from time to time.
     
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    SecondCityKids

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    ya Hybrid Theory is probably the album that has the most replay value out of all of them..I can still listen to all of Hybrid Theory with out skipping a few songs..even tho its not my favorite LP album...It doesnt have a single track that doesnt deliver and none of them feel like fillers
     
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    minuteforce

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    I don't bump "Hybrid Theory" as an album very often at all anymore, but I have an MP3 playlist of LP tracks which I'm addicted to, and among them are "Papercut" and "Points Of Authority", which are pretty much the two tracks from the album I listen to most often, by far.
     
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    Harlz

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    Listen to it with a friend. It's strangely fun... lol
     
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    minuteforce

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    I have actually done that, quite often. :lol:
     
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    Louis

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    The thing with me is that Meteora, of all the albums, has had a lasting impression with me. I love Hybrid Theory and I love Minutes to Midnight, and I do agree that of all the albums that Hybrid Theory is a classic and that it's definitive of what Linkin Park started out as. However, I grew very fond of Meteora despite its heavy amount of similarities to Hybrid Theory, and as much as I loved Minutes to Midnight it wasn't an *amazing* album.

    I dunno, there's just something about Meteora that makes me favor it above the other ones.
     
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    Rosh

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    Yes.
     
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    Althought it's not my favourite of all the albums, I certainly agree with everything else you've said.
     
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    Babali

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    I love this album and will probably always regard all of their albums as classic. I'm a fan of good music, and Hybrid Theory has amazing music.

    I don't understand about growing out of Linkin Park. They're not The Jonas Brothers. I think as your music tastes change you can still enjoy and learn from albums that have been with you for years and years.

    When I listen to music, though, not very much is off limits. I'm fascinated by anything we, as a species, produce artistically, unless it's for the wrong reasons(like to be famous and get lots of stuff for yourself).
     

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