Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by EastGhost, May 17, 2014.
real review coming next friday
I'm not buying it.. (the review, not the album).
Corny punchlines and info we've known before, while the rest could be made up. Sounds like Eminem wrote it.
EDIT: kelotopical.com doesn't exist, and for ''king's den'' you get hair style saloons and hotels.
Is this a legit review? if yes then this is the best album of all time.
GATS & UIG sounds exact. and also the other 4 songs described by Derek.
Mark The Graves
Drawbar (NOT INSTRUMENTAL?)
Final Maquerade (Phoenix can also sing? or it's Rob?)
A Line In The Sand (My dream song comes if this is real )
Yeah, no serious stuff to find under this name...
I'm not buying this as real.
I will verify that there was a industry listening party for THP two days ago where members of the press were invited (I was too, but I couldn't go due to it being in Los Angeles). So while I can't vouch for the authenticity of the review (I haven't heard the album yet) I can say that we'll likely be getting a LOT more reviews of the album as a whole within the next few weeks. Including one from me when I hopefully get to hear the whole thing.
*EDIT* The fact the URL doesn't exist at all, makes me really question the legitimacy of this review.
OMG blake remember when i said MARK THE GRAVES should be like NO MORE SORROW with marching drums before two weeks? If this is real then.. FUCK YES
Real or fake?
I hope that ALITS doesnt feature electronics because they said they dropped the electronics
maybe this is fake and the actual Album is heavier than that description
The summoning description Sounds like the 5 second thing there since it starts of with a growl
So, when did they say that? Both Guilty All the Same and Until It's Gone have electronic elements.
The review 'sounds' real but it's strange that there's no source. If it's fake, then your life has to be very sad in order for you to create a review (and even lyrics) of an album you haven't heard.
Since some LPU members will have be part of a a listening party next week, it makes sense that the press are already listening to the album. I guess reviews will start appearing from Monday on.
Still think it real
It should be easy to determinate the authenticity of this. "Rebellion" description includes informations over the song intro which were nowhere to be found before. If Derek can confirm or deny that intro description, we will have a better idea of the legitimacy of this
There was some type of sample before the song starts, but I really can't rememeber it that well. It wasn't too noticable imo.
man if this is reall and the summoning is a proper track then BRING IT ON YO!
If this review is real...it's not a great one. It's all short vague track descriptions. That's cool for a preview but I think a review should get more into the album as a whole and talk about how the entire album is constructed and things like that.
Reading it again, I'm definitely calling fake on this too. The Rebellion thing is probably just a bet made due to how UIG ends.
And btw, yeah, the very suspicious source which doesn't seem to exist makes it even more doubtfull.
It's a fake. The evidence is there, and I now believe it to be a deliberate fake in order to deceive the fanbase. Firstly, why does the URL not exist at all...and according to google, why has it never existed at any given time? Why isn't there any cached results for that site or King's Den? Seriously, if anyone googles "King's Den The Hunting Party" the only result you'll find is this LPA thread. Nothing else. King's Den has NO articles even cached in google. If it was just a case of the site being "down" you'd still be able to find out some kind of info in whois, but instead the URL is available. It's not a case of the URL being expired either. URL's don't become available instantly after an URL expires. They're usually held for a month before the host releases them to the public. So this is a fake through and through. If King's Den existed, and the link was down, I'd think it was a review that broke embargo early. But considering it appears King's Den never existed in the first place? Yeah it's a stupidly done fake using pre-existing info on the first 6 songs that had reviews.
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