producer for new album

Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by 1200techniques, Nov 1, 2004.

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do you think it should be don gilmore?

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    1200techniques

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    oops
    yeah youre right either way no more don gilmore, if they want take the album in a new direction creatively dont put him back on
    i wonder how hed feel if he reads these type of forums
    :paperbag:
     
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    $pvcxGhxztCasey

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    Yeah, he's making millions, and he's going to go have a good sob in the bathroom.

    Uh-huh.
     
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    1200techniques

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    its a joke :mellow:
     
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    :mike: for sure.He can do much better than Gilmore
     
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    :peace:
    \m/

    by the way i love ur name
     
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    Mike would be a wonderful choice for next producer, he'd bring it back to the lp roots! And with the help of K. West, it would probably be the best album they ever did!

    I also think Mark wakefield should help'em out since he and mike did such great songs back in 1997-1999.
    They were the founders of the band ya know...

    The way i see it : HTEP>HT>METEORA>Reanimation
     
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    Razan

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    I agree but do they still keep in touch, like or even know each other now?


    Don't mind me I'm ignorant if this is WAY too obvious...is it? :mellow:
     
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    I say NO WAY for Don Gilmore. He has done about as much as he can for Linkin Park if not too much. I honestly haven't listened to LP for quite a few months, the songs are just boring and way to predictable to me. I know some of you might not agree, but to me LP is just too bland. I guess I have just been getting into different styles. I just hope that no matter who LP decide to produce with that they let Brad and/or Mike & Chester do more experiments with the guitar. I really loved how "The Morning After" turned out and from what I understand Brad can rip some mean solos. I'm not trying to 'bash' LP in anyway, I'm just saying that its time for them to reinvent themselves.
     
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    :D Well said!
    And perfect timing!
    You also used the right word "reinvent"!!
    I think all of us agree with what Buster just said! B)
    Don gilmore made linkin park predictable and boring (Except for "hit the floor" it was very original)
    but i don't think brad can even pull off a 20 sec solo :lol:
     
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    I don't know, i just remember an LPTV episode where I heard Brad playing, but even that memory is very foggy. I just wish he could do more experimenting on guitars instead of Mike and Joe on samples or keys.
     
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    1200techniques

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    russell simmons :kicking:
    i stick with him
     

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