Discussion in 'News' started by Andreina, May 2, 2014.
I'm 16 and my favorite album is Meteora. Let's see if that will change as I grow up.
You are a brave soul to share that with us Derek.
I honestly don't know what I meant by that line. I certainly didn't mean a bouncer as in a security guard.
I think Chester & LP have come to terms with Meteora now, as well as Hybrid Theory. I think they love them in the way that I love them when I say that they will always have a special place in my heart, the only difference is that I grew up with those albums so that makes them even more special to me. I'm not saying that I think the songs on those albums are great, because MTM, ATS & LT all blow them away completely, but yeah.
OMFG guys! I found A Line in the Sand on YouTube! It's SO GOOD!!!!! Watch it before it gets removed!
Why did I know what it was before clicking? -__-
I actually tough the link was to the Evolution theme song. Oh well.
I did too lol
I'm 31. I was 17 when I first heard Linkin Park music. Crazy how fast time flies....enjoy the rest of high school and especially college....trust me
I am 19 and my favourite album is (probably) Meteora. But, it really depends. Sometimes I'm in the mood for the ATS "marathon", another time I want to listen to the tracks like QWERTY, Runaway, and so on. Linkin Park is one of the cases I can't really tell what is my actual favourite (either album and song).
I am indeed curious how will my opinions change in the future.
This for me too!!
You meant that it would the be the Pogo Stick enthusiast's wet dream.
Meteora came out when I was 7
At that time Linkin Park was an orgasmic sound to me. I loved it, I still do
But I wonder how UIG being premiered on a radio station would bring up Meteora?
You experienced orgasmic episodes when you were 7?
^ I think you couldn't have given a more accurate answer to that post
You beat me to it.
a.k.a: sew your oats kids. Be educated while running free and wild.
I grew to like their softer more complex side when I first heard Shadow of The Day, before I heard that song all I heard was Hybrid Theory and What I've Done. Shadow of the Day changed what I look for in music forever.
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