LP opened for SOAD

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    uhhh...no. [/b][/quote]
    Uhhh...agreed.
     
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    ^ agreed with.
     
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    Even though I think that System of a Down has horrible music, I'm going to have to disagree with you, because Linkin Park's music is much, much worse. [/b][/quote]
    Never underestimate how bad SOAD's music is ;)
     
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    I think this was before they hit it big-big.

    I remember this tour, I just don't remember WHEN. [/b][/quote]
    I know what you guys are talking about. It was a show with System of a Down and Cypress Hill back when linkin park were called "super xero".

    This was back before Chester even joined the band in the nineties, so of course they opend up for soad way the hell back then.

    btw lp has sold about three times as many records as soad, seriously.
     
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    Never underestimate how bad SOAD's music is ;) [/b][/quote]
    yeh dont underestimate the randomness of it SOAD...
     
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    Even though I think that System of a Down has horrible music, I'm going to have to disagree with you, because Linkin Park's music is much, much worse. [/b][/quote]
    You listen to Fall Out Boys, your opinion doesn't even count
     
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    except for the fact that linkin park were never called "super xero", just "xero" :p
     
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    except for the fact that linkin park were never called "super xero", just "xero" :p [/b][/quote]
    Thats not true, look it up!
     
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    Thats not true, look it up! [/b][/quote]
    no, it was xero

    from ftgs biography:
    In 1996 Brad and Mike formed the band ‘Xero’ they were later joined by Rob, Joe, and Phoenix. They then recruited lead singer Mark Wakefield. At their first live show they were signed by record company ‘Zomba Music’ who later released the first demo tape for the band.

    so, you shouldve looked it up before telling me to! super xero was the by myself demo. :p
     
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    no, it was xero

    from ftgs biography:
    In 1996 Brad and Mike formed the band ‘Xero’ they were later joined by Rob, Joe, and Phoenix. They then recruited lead singer Mark Wakefield. At their first live show they were signed by record company ‘Zomba Music’ who later released the first demo tape for the band.

    so, you shouldve looked it up before telling me to! super xero was the by myself demo. :p [/b][/quote]
    No, wrong again! They eventually changed it to xero I guess for short, but originally it was super xero. This was the name of the band at the time of the soad show also. This is taken from Wikepedia.org. They know more about lp then any one fansite does.

    "Delson shared an apartment with bassist Dave Farrell, who left the band after college and returned a year later. At this point, along with vocalist Mark Wakefield, they named themselves Xero (after revising the former name Super Xero) and recorded several demo tracks. They were never signed and the project floundered."

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linkin_Park
     
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    Got to love the fools.

    Wikipedia is upheld by the public. A lot of information on there is misplaced.

    For example, according to Wikipedia, Mike Shinoda wrote Breaking The Habit for Chester Bennington. This is false, as Mike was trying to write the song before he had met Chester.

    Wiki has since been corrected, but a public encyclopedia isn't always a reliable source.
     
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    agreed 100 % ^^
     
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    Well, back when Linkin Park was more of a rock band, before they went all rappish, I'm not surprised that they opened for System of a Down.
     
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    LP opening for SOAD?! Wow..."Now THAT is not cool!"

    ~HM-UNDERGROUND
     
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    Why do you think that?
     
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    LP started off rap. Check Xero out.
     
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    Why do you think that? [/b][/quote]
    Because I've never been a concert where LP wans't the main attraction.

    I like SOAD and all but LP opening for them? And wait...to different genere's of rock at the same concert too?! This world is crazy yo!!!!!

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    Because I've never been a concert where LP wans't the main attraction.

    I like SOAD and all but LP opening for them? And wait...to different genere's of rock at the same concert too?! This world is crazy yo!!!!!

    ~HM-UNDERGROUND [/b][/quote]
    That'd be almost as crazy as a political rock band like SOAD with a prog rock band like Mars Volta opening up for them!


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    of course theyve opened for soad. im sure ive read some dates in an old tour archive of system of a down where linkin park opened along with system of a down and another band (maybe it was orgy, not sure of that).

    youre wondering? why? linkin park have played shows with so much bands like this. the list of bands linkin park toured with is endless and includes so much different bands (slipknot, disturbed, papa roach, cypress hill, mudvayne, staind, stone temple pilots, deftones, marilyn manson, green day, alien ant farm, korn, adema, jayz, hatebreed, taproot, metallica...only a few of the whole)
     
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    When did they play with Green Day?
     
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