Most Anticipated Track

Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by Colonel Sanders, Apr 4, 2007.

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What is the most anticipated track from Minutes To Midnight?

  1. WAKE/ GIVEN UP

    5.1%
  2. LEAVE OUT ALL THE REST

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. BLEED IT OUT

    11.1%
  4. SHADOW OF THE DAY

    4.0%
  5. HANDS HELD HIGH

    2.0%
  6. NO MORE SORROW

    8.1%
  7. VALENTINE’S DAY

    4.0%
  8. IN BETWEEN

    11.1%
  9. IN PIECES

    5.1%
  10. THE LITTLE THINGS YOU GIVE AWAY

    49.5%
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    imwhoim01

    imwhoim01 Active Member

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    I cant wait to hear "Bleed it out". That small ringtone clip that I've heard sounds great and it just made it more mysterious...
    And I also cant wait to hear the studio version of No more sorrow! :closedeye
     
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    Foreshadowed_LP

    Foreshadowed_LP Well-Known Member

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    I am really wanting to hear In Pieces as I feel this is the main Chester song. And to hear it starts off somewhat as pop and then ends as full-on rock is quite cool. Also Shadow of the Day appeals to me.

    I believe the singles will be: What I've Done (duh), Leave Out All The Rest, Hands Held High and In Pieces
     
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    belovedpaine

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    I'm excited to hear Valentine's Day, I'm really curious about what it's going to sound like.
     
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    Radox Redux

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    If you were to ask me a week ago I would have said 'Bleed It Out' as I would've been under the impression that it was diverse, rough and laced with 80's style hip-hop, but from the clip that's been leaked I can tell it's in a similar vien as What I've Done and Given Up, which, whilst being good songs, were less than I expected from the mighty LP. However my anticipation for the record has definatly been boosted by No More Sorrow, which sounds simply amazing.
     

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