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Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by Robert, Apr 20, 2014.

  1. Knt.Slbs

    Knt.Slbs K E N T

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    New Divide is really badass song. This song pushes the band back to mainstream. I hope the band will explore this sound again but it will never gonna happen.
     
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  2. TobinKnowsBest

    TobinKnowsBest 20.03.1976 - 20.07.2017 LPA VIP

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    I forgot just how good this was. Such a different sound I wish they'd used more

     
  3. Filip

    Filip This bitch don't know bout Pangaea LPA Contributor

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    I wouldn't be too surprised if Mike did some work on the next BMTH album now that I think about it. Hmmm.
     
  4. Wizardofozil

    Wizardofozil Well-Known Member

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    How come?
     
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  5. Wizardofozil

    Wizardofozil Well-Known Member

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    Any idea about lpu
     
  6. Tony V

    Tony V last days LPA Super VIP

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    I think By Myself and PMA are my favorite songs on HT. For sentimental and personal reasons.
     
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  7. Tricia

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    I've been trying to figure out what concert this pic is from , does anyone know?
     

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  8. Sonic

    Sonic Searching for the last Chaos Emerald... LPA Super Member

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    Chester seemed to [sort of] recycle a Grey Daze lyric in Halfway Right.

    In What's in the Eye, the chorus goes:

    Don't go too fast, my friend
    Or you'll lose control
    Don't go too fast, my friend
    Or you'll lose control


    In Halfway Right, the second verse goes:

    Told me "Kid, you're going way too fast
    You burn too bright, you know you'll never last"
    It was bullshit then, I guess it makes sense now
    I woke up driving my car
    Said I'd lose you if I lost control
    I just laughed because what do they know?
    Here I am, standing all alone
    Because I took it too far


    Okay, so it isn't the same exact lyric, but I just found it interesting how similar they are, concerning the subject anyway.
     
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  9. Tony V

    Tony V last days LPA Super VIP

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    Looking back, I might even say it was a deliberate reference
     
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  10. SmallCapybara

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    Did Chester actually wake up in his car semi-recently?
     
  11. minuteforce

    minuteforce Danny's not here, Mrs. Torrance. LPA Team

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    There's really not enough detail in that picture, and reverse-searching turned up nothing useful for me. If you don't want to give up on this, maybe you could ask fans in other communities about it
     
  12. Tricia

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    Minute force ty I will do don't wanna give up on that pic I love it.
     
  13. Atticus

    Atticus Bullets lance the bravest lungs

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    Stumbled upon this live recording tonight from way back in 2000... Holy shit Chester was on fire.
     
  14. minuteforce

    minuteforce Danny's not here, Mrs. Torrance. LPA Team

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    That's one of the earliest recordings of the band in existence, I believe
     
  15. Astat

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    It actually is the earliest live recording we have, ever since we discovered the Orlando 2000 audio that's been around forever was actually from September instead of July.
     
  16. minuteforce

    minuteforce Danny's not here, Mrs. Torrance. LPA Team

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    Is there only one shot in the "Until It's Gone" video where Shinoda's playing the bass?
     
  17. Telekinetic Psychologist

    Telekinetic Psychologist Some bum named Akira put a kink in my backbone.

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    • I just recently listened to LPU XIII with my mum. It was interesting. Primo was about to bring up uncomfortable discussion but it didn't get too big. The UIB demos were really cool, as were the Sessions tracks. I just don't have any negative opinions on it, at least not yet.
    • I'm getting MTM for Christmas. My parents have many physical albums (dad has Iron Maiden, mum has Guns & Roses), but this will be my first. I'm quite excited for it, but the 2007 reviews don't seem to like it too much... I liked the singles but don't want to listen any further so I don't spoil it. Any advice so I can set my expectations right? Fortunately I haven't given it much thought, because I accidentally found out I'll be getting two LP albums. I don't know what the second one is, but based on the peek I got and the used lot they got MTM from, it probably is HT. I would have loved to get ATS.
     
  18. minuteforce

    minuteforce Danny's not here, Mrs. Torrance. LPA Team

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    "Minutes To Midnight" was a transitional album coming after "Meteora", where the band shed their old sound, so to speak, and tentatively experimented with new (for them) songwriting and production approaches/techniques without committing to anything in particular. In the spirit of that, each song contrasts wildly with the other songs. Some say this makes it an inconsistent body of work, but I personally disagree. :)

    "A Thousand Suns" was after this transition, and, so, it's far more focused. They picked a particular direction or starting point and forcefully dived in as far as they could.

    EDIT: also, the unfriendly reviews are mostly from nu-metal fans. Generally speaking, that tends to mean an album is good.
     
  19. Iopia

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    I wish I could enjoy MTM for the first time again, enjoy it man!

    To add to what minuteforce said, regarding expectations, my general philosophy with any new music is to not go in expecting anything. That can be hard to do, but I think it's especially important with an album like MTM, where the album switches between a few different, unrelated styles without ever settling in on one "core" sound that you can get into. If you find yourself really enjoying one of the songs, often the next song will be quite different in style, which can make the album quite "disappointing" if you wanted some more of that style. My advice would be to just take each song as it comes and try to enjoy it in it's own right, rather than trying to compare it to other songs you've heard before. It's hard to do, and there'll probably still be songs you won't particularily love on first listen, but I think it's important since the album can be quite jarring on first listen otherwise.

    Oh and screw what reviews say, it's a great album. It's just very different to their first two. :lol:
     
  20. Atticus

    Atticus Bullets lance the bravest lungs

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    I listened to Out of Ashes today for the first time in probably 5+ years front to back. I've gotta say I was pleasantly surprised.

    Sure there's more than a handful of cheesy lyrics and generic alt-rock riffs but I completely forgot how fucking stellar Chester's vocals are on this album. The best part is how they obviously sound familiar but are still somewhat unique from his Linkin Park sound.
     

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