Damn it Filip, you did it again. Great post, if i could honor you in some way, just tell me Now to the songs: "Fallout": Well, not much to say about this. Is the beginning of the end of the world, sending the messege of the coming apocalypse. Its a cool different to "Wisdom, Justice And Love" where the human voice turns into a robotic one and here its the opposite how Filip said. Well i would interpret it the way, that also in a "unhuman" time there is also something human. It shows, that the pure chaos will finally come to end it, there will be a "Fallout". Musical, i like this dark atmosphere. Nothing more to say about it. "The Catalyst": The most chaotic song (with Blackout) in LPs career until yet. The beginning is catchy and Joe Hahns scratching makes it a lot cooler. Mikes performance here is one of his best ones. Finally Dave have some really important part in a song The changing vocals of Mike and Chester are great and catchy. The song is a powerful and chaotic electronical-rock song with great images "[...]where oceans bleed into the sky[...]". And the Shynth-Drums-Solo is just an explosion of energy. The fast part of the song ends after one of the finest shynth-drum lines in LPs careaer, for me its a image of an atomic explosion (because after the bombs drop, there is silence everywhere). After this explosion, the song slows down and the "Lift Me Up/Let Me Go" part starts. Hopes of people suffering in a atomic disaster who trying to survive the chaos. The ending with the many vocal tracks is a great ending of this song. Chaotic, like how the world would be after such a disaster. Which this song shows. The most chaotic power of the human being. The video is in my opinion one of the best ones LP (or Joe Hahn) has done so far. It gave me the ame atmosphere like the song (dark and more dangerous) with the band playing in a chaotic enviroment. Chester drowning while singing gives me everytime such chills and Mike with his dark appearances is just bosslike With the synth-drum solo all starts to break and this is maybe one of my favorite parts of a LP video. With the ending with the "colour fight) (thanks here to Filip, thank you for the informations about it, good to know it has to do with this india thing). And at the end, how should it be, Chester "drown" into the water while singing his parts to show the dying part after such a disaster. I really wish the would play it every night in full at concerts, such a great song for be played live. Happy that i got the chance to see it #ATSWORLDTOUR2010 A great closer from the chaos ATS has brought (over their own Fanbase ) to the peaceful end called "The Messenger"