Discussion in 'News' started by Derek, Dec 8, 2015.
Sounds like you are talking about this other band who loves doing that
Yeah, one with a certain actor in it
Imagine have fan vocals a la 30 Seconds To Mars' "This is War". That's one of my favorite albums ever. Idk what it is about the direction, style, and message but it just clicks with me. I would dig LP having fans contribute like 30 STM did.
And i think other people dont want something like that
For me, i think this kind of work just fit with 30STM
I think it would be alright if it were for just one song.
Shit, let's just take out Chester and Mike and use all fan vocals
It did really work for This is War, but that's it. They should've dropped it for LLF+D, but sadly they didn't. There is no way it work for LP.
I wouldn't say it wouldn't work for LP as they've shown over the career they can make the impossible happen (and sometimes the other way around also). As long as it's not overused I'm fine with that. With that said, I doubt if they're gonna do something like that at all.
Would have worked on Iridescent I think.
I also think this idea would have worked for Iridescent, or even All For Nothing. All the fans yelling "You Say!" could work.
Still kinda shocked All For Nothing wasn't a single. I know it wasn't a big favorite of some fans, but I felt it's call and respond chorus was kind of perfect radio bait.
It's one of my personal favorites. I think it's one of the few songs where Mike really does sound pissed off. I also like the bass melody.
The song is one of the very few on the album that would work as a single. If it were up to me, I would've chosen "Rebellion", "All for Nothing", and "Final Masquerade" as singles.
Yes! Someone who feels like me! I think you're talking about the synth bass in the verses, right? Everyone is so pissed about the chorus of that song, but I love it.
I completely agree! It would have been such a better single than Wastelands.
Mike's rap in All For Nothing is what originally got me interested in the song, they are just so awesome!
I like your single choices as well, though I think Guilty All The Same was a good single, maybe Rebellion would have worked better as the first one. Imagine if Rebellion was released first, with an actual music video, that would have been awesome!
Yeah, both the synth and Dave's part. I know it just follows the chord progression in a simple way but the way it swings with the drums is nice. The drum pattern is the funkiest I've ever heard Rob play. I also liked the bass and drums on "Easier to Run", very jazzy, which is bizarre considering the rest of Meteora.
Surprised it was never at least played live, perfectly suited to that setting and pretty easy to pull off. One of my favourites from THP.
Yeah imagine an arena of like 20,000 people shouting back YOU SAY! that would be so awesome.
I thought so too, and at the Relief Live show, they literally had Page Hamilton there, and just played Faint and Bleed It Out with him. Would have been so much more awesome if they play AFN then.
As sad as it it, i think that "big spontaneously surprises" arent into LPs toolbox
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