Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by lime treacle, Apr 20, 2014.
The supposed demo of GG is some sweet ear candy.
Iridescent is the most beautiful piece of music, the band has ever done.
Surely a beautiful piece of music, but I'd give that title to One More Light since no other LP song has moved me so much in the past 5 years.
While i agree that OML is a beautiful song too and its touching, its kinda a sad song imo. While Iridescent feels a lot more positive and motivating. But yeah, OML is definitely in the top of moving LP songs
I've always liked it how the band combined aggressive rock/metal songs with very touching ones, some of them sad, but with all the feels.
Yeah, i guess thats one of the things why i love the band so much.
I hope the band realizes the many many accomplishments they’ve achieved. Really stunning. I’m sorry their career is clouded by the passing of Chester but he has to be looking down on the guys, feeling really proud of everything they’ve done. One of the longest careers for a band like them.
Hope what I said doesn’t sound too harsh for a time like this. Just trying to see a light at the end of the tunnel (for lack of a better explanation).
Totally agree, and even though some sales accolades came after Chester's passing, they're still one of the most, if not THE the most successful bands of the 21st century. What they did in the Chester era is nothing short of breathtaking.
oh with the drums, maybe, it like leads up to the main chorus in Gone Away, if I remember correctly. (I didn't listen, but I am familiar with the song) hmm, maybe you're right. I mostly am commenting because I find these little similarities in music all the time and I also love Offspring. I'm a little too sleepy and preoccupied to dig very far into this myself though. Interesting catch though!
Some dude is alleging that UMG stole his songs and wrote music for Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift and Mike for some reason, Mike isn't even signed to UMG (If I'm not wrong), so I dunno where he's getting this from but:
"O'Connor believes UMG has also copied his work to create songs for artists such as Mike Shinoda and Taylor Swift."
How does that track sound anything like "Side To Side"?
So our local Warner Bros. is doing a Q&A with Mike. What's a good question to ask him? Like sincerely a good question? My question got picked last year in a Q&A with Mike & Chester (what songs they would want to bring back) and Chester said "Hit the Floor".
Don't know, maybe what artist would you like to make a collab with in the future?
"If Mike Shinoda was a term on the dictionary, what the definition would be?"
(or Post-Traumatic, or Chester, ...)
1. an expression or exclamation of dismay, annoyance or alarm.
"Oh, Shinoda - LPA went down again!"
How was making the solo album different emotionally than the Linkin Park albums before?
Would wonder what his answer is
I think I'd ask him about the challenges he expects to face as he pursues a tour / multiple performances of this record by himself, and/or how different it has felt to work on this music and all of the production alongside it by himself? That's one way to go with it.
Maybe ask him if he's almost completed with figuring out the final tracklist?
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