Linkin Park

Discussion in 'Movies' started by PhanE, Mar 24, 2007.

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  1. PhanE

    PhanE Well-Known Member

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    lol damn thought this topic was dead didnt think it would reach 5 pages
     
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    KEEP THE SOU.... METAL ALIVE!!
     
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    I will see them 3 times live this year :D
     
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    I will kill you and take your place -_-
     
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    oh yeah, i'm buyin' this album.
     
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    i hope they didnt change the type of music they make or else that would totally suck.
     
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    Yea, Mike definitely took em back a few cuz of the solo thing (Was it really solo, or just featuring with other bands?), oh well, still love LP till the end, already have the single, its awesome. Cant wait!
     
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    I'm really hoping they didn't change too much, allthough "WHat I've done" was a great song, I liked "Qwerty" better.
    Hopinf for those kind of songs
     
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    Eh. The roaring killed it. You hear too much of that these days. Try belting like Chris Cornell then come back to me. ;)

    The clip was up and down for me. Some of it was great, other parts I felt like..."I've heard this before...and done better".

    Before I buy this album, I have other albums that seem to be something to look more forward to. I'm still contemplating if this album is even worth purchasing...
     
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    the roar is like my favorite part :eek:
     
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    Once you listen to Chris Cornell so much while he was in Soundgarden and so many \m/ >_< \m/ songs with no roaring AT ALL, roaring now feels B-level and useless. <_<
     
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    not agreeing with you, I actually like hearing it so that makes it a personal thing for me...
    but I don't thing every song with roaring is bad and all roars are B-level and useless

    btw 28.175 minutes to midnight
     
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    Roaring to me is just a step down. Doesn't make a song entirely bad, though. I judge music on EVERY layer of the song....even the bass.
     
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