Discussion in 'News' started by Mark, Apr 13, 2012.
I listened to the amazon preview earlier, but its gone now.
I love the Leon/Linkin Park Collab. His combination of the snippets fit the official 30 seconds so well.
Mike's tweet: "ALL CAPS EVERYTHING. #burnitdown #LivingThings @linkinpark"
Here's a general tip for those of you reading this from the future: if the tweet is 3 hours old, it has probably already been posted in some sort of thread. 6 times.
WHY LINKIN PARK?? WHY GIVE YOUR ALBUM SUCH A SHIT NAME?? D':
With all these people bitching about a "possible" album title. I wish they would call it "Album 5" to put people in their place and show them they can do whatever they want.
It's better than Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water. I don;t get what people are complaining about in regards to album title.
I don't believe they would it name "living things" and this is also not really confirmed. Maybe they name it firework cracker or whatever, it is equal yet. On Monday begins the preorder, so we will know.
I think the titile 5th even with the th lol. That would be cool
BELIEVE IT OR NOT, THAT'S WHAT YOU BE GETTIN
When this happen, then it happens..it's just a name I can live with it. The music the priority. ^^
So far it seems poppy but better and more positive than "Breaking the Habit"'s chorus.
I honestly have no problem with Living Things as an album title.
It's hard to tell if Mike was being serious or not in his tweet, but people shouldn't take a hash tag as confirmation. :/
Especially with Adam's tweet I don't even know, I got even more confused after Adam tweeted lol.
Even if the album is called "Living Things" it's just a title people, the songs on THAT album should say more than the title.
You heard the man/woman.
Man/woman? You can't mean both, can you? :|
Or is that just how you roll?
That's the second time I've seen somebody compare this song to Breaking the Habit, and I don't understand it at all. They don't sound anything like each other.
It's not how I roll, it could be how s/he rolls.
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