Linkin Park Back In The Studio

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  1. Knt.Slbs

    Knt.Slbs Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, you're right....
     
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    that's nice.. :)
     
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    To me, LP going with the DnB route would be them going with what the latest trend is. Though, I certainty wouldn't mine hints of it here and there.
     
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    ^Whats DnB?
     
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    Drum and Bass. See:

    [youtube]tDE8q9YKC6Q[/youtube]

    I'd much rather see some delving into dubstep. See:

    [youtube]dllNxPvogp4[/youtube]
     
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    It would sound awesome as long as Linkin Park pull it off as well enough. Also I may sound a bit n00bish but i hope they don't make it too clubish.
     
  7. Brandon

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    If Linkin Park did dubstep I'd cry at how cliche that would be. Dubstep has been done to death now.
     
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    So has playing with a guitar.

    And singing.
     
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    This.

    Dubstep is in, simple as. I for one love it (although there is some really shit dubstep out there).
     
  10. Brandon

    Brandon I was Ree's 100th follower on Twitter.

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    Singing isn't cliche. Linkin Park has toned down the guitars a lot.

    WUBWUBWUBWUBWUBWUB on the off-beats = incredibly cliche. It's been done so often, by so many people, the exact same way, that every time I hear a dubstep song now I feel like it's a parody. It's fun to listen to sometimes but if Linkin Park did an album with dubstep on it I'd be disappointed.
     
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    Name one band on the radio that doesn't have a singer.

    You need to get out more. There's waaaay more to dubstep than just WUBWUBWUBWUB.

    If you need to be more intellectually stimulated, try some IDM.
     
  12. Brandon

    Brandon I was Ree's 100th follower on Twitter.

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    What I meant was that singing never gets old. Dubstep to me seems to suffer in the same way nu-metal did in that it all sounds relatively the same and uses the same tricks.

    And IDM is a stupid term (irony?). It's also not dubstep.

    Also LOL at someone telling someone to "get out more" when it comes to music.
     
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    I never said IDM was dubstep. I'm saying it's more intellectually stimulating.

    But yes, there are varying degrees of dubstep and not every song sounds exactly the same.
     
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    LP need to make a "genre-busting" album. :kappa:
     
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    This?

    You mean like the last two? :derek:
     
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    LP needs a Genre busting song, no lie! Like Somewhere I Belong. Minus would enjoy it! :kappa:
     
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    What if LP made a ball-busting album instead?
     
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