Well. I heard these previews, and this is my opinion. Wake is - powerful intro but somewhat misleading with what the album has in store. Given Up - is a nice punk song, a spoon feed of past Linkin Park sound before reaching to the next track. Leave Out All The Rest - I'm sorry but this song reminds me too much of those bands signed by Victory Records (supposedly emo) Bleed It Out - sounds like a song the guys would sign in high school at a party. Shadow of the Day - A soft pop song, play on the radio everyday. It is difficult to make a song like this because it would sound like every other soft pop song on the radio. What I've Done - Already got it, good stuff. Hand Held High - A nice Shinoda song. Reminds me of "Toy Soldiers" by Eminem. No More Sorrow - A hard song! Sounds like a military song, the beating drum, the flailing guitar (sounds like jets flying over), political? Valentine's Day - Probably the most lyrical Chester song of the album. Hopefully it is more different than Shadow of the Day In Between - Shinoda sings! Sounds like those early 90s alternative songs where the singer sounds depressed and won't belt it anytime soon. In Pieces - Reggae sound? Hey I'll take it. The Little Things That Give You Away - It is only a piece of the 6 minute song, but I have faith in this being a good song. Overall I think this album is different than their last two. A little too different though. They quickly went from gravel to beach sand. And it takes me a while to accept the change. This reminds me of the new Chevelle album "Vena Sera", which is all heavy songs and not one soft song to lighten up. Anyway, I am just talking. If you hate my opinion don't bother telling me, I am not right.