Linkin Park Live

        ...made for the fans, by the fans...
 
     
   
 

Welcome Guest ( Log In | Register )

18 Pages V   1 2 3 > »   
Reply to this topicStart new topic
> "Did You Know" Facts
Anality
post Jun 29 2010, 01:20 AM
Post #1


Salty Cumquat
*****

Group: Members
Posts: 393
Joined: 19-January 10
From: New Zealand, South Auckland
Member No.: 2,854



they're all very interesting and I don't wanna have to refresh my page alot to see most of them


--------------------
Anality,(verb):

To anally rape someone to death.

Root words: Anal, Fatality

Anal rape is bad.
Please, if you know someone who has been ripped by Anal rape
Then call this number: 1-800-ANAL-RAPE

Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
linkinpark17
post Jun 29 2010, 02:00 AM
Post #2


LPL Veteran
****

Group: Members
Posts: 314
Joined: 16-May 10
Member No.: 3,185



QUOTE (Anality @ Jun 29 2010, 02:20 AM) *
they're all very interesting and I don't wanna have to refresh my page alot to see most of them



yes
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
heartagram_616
post Jun 29 2010, 02:15 AM
Post #3


LPL Veteran
****

Group: Members
Posts: 340
Joined: 19-December 08
From: Birmingham,UK
Member No.: 1,322



i think the only way is to keep reloading the page
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Pez
post Jun 29 2010, 04:19 AM
Post #4


The kid that played Faint in NEWCASTLE and SYDNEY!!!
*********

Group: Contributors
Posts: 2,079
Joined: 27-August 08
From: On a Stage somewhere in Sydney
Member No.: 155



It would be good if we could get a full page of them. also if we could submit some smile.gif Also this topic needs to me moved.


--------------------
Pez's LP Shows!
2007: 20/10 - Sydney
2010: 04/12 - Newcastle (MFR, M&G & GTR on Faint), 11/12 - Sydney 1, 15/12 - Sydney 2 (LPU Summit & GTR on Faint)
2013: 23/02 - Brisbane, 24/02 - Sydney 1, 26/02 (M&G) - Sydney 2, 27/02 - Melbourne 1, 01/03 - Melbourne 2, 02/03 Adelaide, 04/03 - Perth
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Pez
post Jun 29 2010, 05:50 AM
Post #5


The kid that played Faint in NEWCASTLE and SYDNEY!!!
*********

Group: Contributors
Posts: 2,079
Joined: 27-August 08
From: On a Stage somewhere in Sydney
Member No.: 155



Well as you know a new feature to the site is te 'Did you know' facts on the front page. After reading some of theme I kinda went "really" and began to have questions.

So im sure everyone else has the same idea (i hope) so I though I'd start with a few.

At a live show in Tuscan, Arizona in 2003, Brad and Joe swapped instruments to play the song "A.06". There is a picture of the incident in the "From The Inside: Linkin Park's Meteora" book.

I actually have the book. where is the photo. The only thing i can see if Brad 'fretting' Phoenix's bass. Other then that i dont see a Brad and Joe swap smile.gif

The band performed a partial cover of Jet's "Are You Gonna Be My Girl?" at a show in St. Paul, MN in 2004. Due to a dare, Mike came out from backstage dressed in a full tuxedo!

Haha. I liked this one. Any photos of footage? I actually love the song too haha.


Linkin Park is an inspirational favorite of famed Twilight writer Stephenie Meyer. She thanks the band in the second book of the series, New Moon, as one of the bands that have been 'instrumental in staving off the writers' block.'


Im actually interested for more info about this. I dont like twilight or read the books or anything so can anyone find the 'thanks' bit somewhere?

Thats all for now.


--------------------
Pez's LP Shows!
2007: 20/10 - Sydney
2010: 04/12 - Newcastle (MFR, M&G & GTR on Faint), 11/12 - Sydney 1, 15/12 - Sydney 2 (LPU Summit & GTR on Faint)
2013: 23/02 - Brisbane, 24/02 - Sydney 1, 26/02 (M&G) - Sydney 2, 27/02 - Melbourne 1, 01/03 - Melbourne 2, 02/03 Adelaide, 04/03 - Perth
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
GraDoN
post Jun 29 2010, 06:00 AM
Post #6


Frightened Inmate #2
********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,023
Joined: 9-September 08
From: South Africa
Member No.: 577



oh no LP contributed to twilight? time to get a new band...
lol


--------------------
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Final Destiny
post Jun 29 2010, 07:41 AM
Post #7


<3
********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,468
Joined: 16-August 09
From: Florida
Member No.: 2,172



Stephenie Meyer likes LP, too?

oh shi-


--------------------
out.
QUOTE (LGraham @ Apr 16 2012, 06:39 AM) *
bitching © SOMEDUDE REMIX

Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
annare
post Jun 29 2010, 07:46 AM
Post #8


Veteran Producer
*****

Group: Members
Posts: 634
Joined: 11-April 10
From: Spain
Member No.: 3,069



Somebody please kill Stephenie Meyer right now


--------------------
We will forsake our countries. We will leave our motherlands behind and become one with this earth. We have no nation, no philosophy, no ideology. We go where we're needed, fighting not for country, not for government, but for ourselves. We need no reason to fight. We fight because we are needed. We will be the deterrent for those with no other recourse. We are soldiers without borders, our purpose defined by the era we live in. We will sometimes have to sell ourselves and services. If the times demand it, we'll be revolutionaries, criminals, terrorists. And yes, we may all be headed straight to hell. But what better place for us than this?. It's our only home. Our heaven and our hell. This is Outer Heaven.
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Final Destiny
post Jun 29 2010, 08:21 AM
Post #9


<3
********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,468
Joined: 16-August 09
From: Florida
Member No.: 2,172



This topic's gonna turn into a Twilight/Stephenie Meyer shitfest


--------------------
out.
QUOTE (LGraham @ Apr 16 2012, 06:39 AM) *
bitching © SOMEDUDE REMIX

Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Pez
post Jun 29 2010, 08:25 AM
Post #10


The kid that played Faint in NEWCASTLE and SYDNEY!!!
*********

Group: Contributors
Posts: 2,079
Joined: 27-August 08
From: On a Stage somewhere in Sydney
Member No.: 155



all thanks to astat smile.gif


--------------------
Pez's LP Shows!
2007: 20/10 - Sydney
2010: 04/12 - Newcastle (MFR, M&G & GTR on Faint), 11/12 - Sydney 1, 15/12 - Sydney 2 (LPU Summit & GTR on Faint)
2013: 23/02 - Brisbane, 24/02 - Sydney 1, 26/02 (M&G) - Sydney 2, 27/02 - Melbourne 1, 01/03 - Melbourne 2, 02/03 Adelaide, 04/03 - Perth
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Hahninator
post Jun 29 2010, 08:59 AM
Post #11


A Place For My Head
**********

Group: Staff
Posts: 4,761
Joined: 25-August 08
From: Atlanta, Georgia
Member No.: 53



QUOTE (Peryman @ Jun 29 2010, 05:19 AM) *
It would be good if we could get a full page of them. also if we could submit some smile.gif Also this topic needs to me moved.


Submit some via this thread tongue.gif This can be the thread for that.

Full list:

1. Linkin Park is an inspirational favorite of famed Twilight writer Stephenie Meyer. She thanks the band in the second book of the series, New Moon, as one of the bands that have been 'instrumental in staving off the writers' block.'
2. According to an MTV.com interview in September of 2001, Linkin Park planned to release Reanimation and then tour for two months with Korn. If Korn was initially planned to be on Projekt Revolution 2002 or if the two bands had another tour planned is unknown.
3. "We're not like other bands you know. We actually visit our website and care about our internet fans. We visit as many fan sites as possible." - Mike Shinoda
4. "PS - don't let the label take your web domain rights and ownership of your fan club. The last thing you want to do is give them the power of your mailing list and your online community." -Mike Shinoda
5. At a live show in Tuscan, Arizona in 2003, Brad and Joe swapped instruments to play the song "A.06". There is a picture of the incident in the "From The Inside: Linkin Park's Meteora" book.
6. At a few shows on the 2004 US leg of the Meteora World Tour, Brad and Phoenix swapped instruments to play "Nobody's Listening".
7. One Step Closer closed every Linkin Park show from 2000 to early 2005. In 2006, it was moved to end the main set before the encore, and in 2007, it started opening many shows.
8. "Session", "Somewhere I Belong", and “From The Inside” were some of the earliest Meteora demos, dating back to mid-2001. The latter were also the final two songs to be finished in the album mixing process.
9. Linkin Park created a batch of songs for their second studio album in 2002 and then trashed them all, deciding it was their "sophomore fluke album". They then started sessions again and made what was eventually turned into Meteora.
10. In 2003, the Linkin Park Street Team received promo stickers for Meteora without “Hit The Floor” listed as a track. The reason? Noone really knows!
11. Many artists have joined the band on stage for “One Step Closer” over the years. A few of them: Dilated Peoples, Marky Chavez (Adema), Wes Scantlin (Puddle Of Mudd), Sonny Sandovel (P.O.D.), Aaron Lewis (Staind), Jonathan Davis (Korn), Eminem & D12, Pia, and members of Story Of The Year & Hoobastank.
12. “One Step Closer” and “In The End” are a few of Chester’s least favorite Linkin Park songs. When they initially made them, he thought neither was good enough to include on Hybrid Theory.
13. The song “New Divide” (2009) was recorded solely for the purpose of being included in the film “Transformers 2: Revenge Of The Fallen”. The song was written in only several weeks.
14. Even though the band hails from the Los Angeles, CA area and records there, they’ve actually recorded one song in another city. "My December" was recorded in Nashville, TN in 2000 for inclusion on a KROQ Christmas album.
15. The song “High Voltage” from the Hybrid Theory EP (1999) was rerecorded and remade completely for inclusion on Hybrid Theory but later dropped.
16. Rob recorded drums on a track with Dan The Automator in 2004. This track has never been released and no more information has ever surfaced.
17. Linkin Park once performed a short cover of Black Sabbath's “Iron Man” on the last show of Projekt Revolution 2003. It was the only time they ever played it.
18. The band often covered Guns N' Roses’ “Sweet Child ‘O Mine” randomly throughout 2001. The cover made a reappearance at the last show of Projekt Revolution 2004 and at one show on Projekt Revolution 2008 (being mashed with “Bleed It Out”).
19. Chester recorded backing vocals for the chorus of "Karma Killer" by Cyclefly, off of their 2002 album 'Crave'. It was his first guest appearance on an album with another artist.
20. Chester recorded a version of Nine Inch Nails' "Head Like a Hole" with KoRn, for inclusion on their as-yet-unreleased 'Korn Kovers' CD. The project likely will never be released.
21. Chester recorded a track with DJ Lethal (of Limp Bizkit) entitled "State of the Art", originally scheduled for Lethal's now scrapped solo Project. Part of the track debuted on KROQ radio's 'Scratch-and-Sniff' program in 2004 and was released by LPLive in 2009.
22. Chester recorded vocals for a track with The Visionaries, but the track has never been released.
23. Chester occasionally performed "Dead and Bloated" live with the Stone Temple Pilots on the 2001 Family Values Tour.
24. According to Brad, the decision to have the Humble Bros remix "One Step Closer" for Reanimation came after hearing the group's remix of the Deftones' "My Own Summer", which they really liked.
25. Chester performed a live rendition of Pantera's "Walk" with Disturbed on the Ozzfest tour in 2001.
26. A band called "The Girl Scouts" was initially announced to remix a track on Reanimation. The name comes from the side project of Cheapshot and Vin Skully (Styles Of Beyond), who eventually remixed "Papercut".
27. Chester performed "Fiction" live with Orgy at The Vault in October 2004.
28. Ryu from Styles of Beyond recorded a verse for a version of “WTH>You” from Reanimation. However, the version was later dropped for the one that appeared on the album.
29. Several Reanimation b-sides have been released: “Buy Myself” by Marilyn Manson (on the "Pts.Of.Athrty" single) and "Points Of Authority" by Crystal Method (on the LPU 2.0 CD).
30. Several other Reanimation songs have never seen the light of day. One song, a Team Sleep remix of "My December" was considered “too dark” for the album.
31. The “A.06” was originally a full song demo (which was releasing on LPU 9) but later was shortened and included on the LPU 2 CD.
32. “QWERTY” was the first Linkin Park song (and only to date) to premiere live without being recorded beforehand. It was first played in 2006 in Japan and then recorded for inclusion on the LPU 6 CD.
33. Mike covered “Just Like Heaven” (The Cure) and “Umbrella” (Rihanna) several times on keyboard and vocals during the Minutes To Midnight touring cycle in 2008.
34. Towards the end of the "Making of Breaking The Habit" DVD, a black and white montage is shown. The full length clip, intended to express emotions, was supposed to appear on Frat Party 2.
35. The second Frat Party DVD, scheduled for release in late 2003, was scrapped for the Live In Texas DVD. Instead, the footage was released in another series of LPTV in 2007.
36. "Standing In The Middle" (LPU 4) featuring Mike and Motion Man was recorded in 2001 around the same time the two collaborated for the Reanimation song “Enth e Nd”.
37. Linkin Park played the song “Reading My Eyes”, a Xero song from 1997, on a few occasions in 2006 and 2008.
38. The band performed a partial cover of Jet's "Are You Gonna Be My Girl?" at a show in St. Paul, MN in 2004. Due to a dare, Mike came out from backstage dressed in a full tuxedo!
39. "Part of Me" (Hybrid Theory EP) was written around a sample of a car alarm recorded by Brad.
40. The band attempted to record a song in one day for the Machine Shop Mixtape (scheduled for release in 2006), but when they got into the studio to record, the whole song fell apart and was never finished.
41. To audition for the band, Chester recorded vocals over the 4 Xero tracks to send to the guys. To date, the tracks have never been released.
42. A song entitled “Pictureboard” (from the Xero days) was played once in 2000 and never ended up seeing the light of day.
43. A version of the song “Esual” (which later became “A Place For My Head”) was written with the band Xero.
44. Due to injuries, Chester forced the band to cancel an entire European Tour (and part of Projekt Revolution) in 2003, which included an appearance at the Rock am Ring and Pinkpop Festivals.
45. The band has only played one show in Mexico (2002) and one show in South America (Brazil in 2004) ever.
46. Due to half of the band arriving late, Chester and Mike played a full keyboard and vocal-only version of “Breaking The Habit” to open a July 2008 show in Toronto. It was the only time the song has been performed that way.
47. The last performance of the Hybrid Theory EP song “And One” (played often in 2001) was February 5, 2002.
48. After not playing the studio version in over six years, Linkin Park resurrected the song “Pushing Me Away” in 2008 on their summer European Tour.
49. At the Madison Square Garden show in 2008, Jay-Z joined the band for two songs in the encore – half of “Numb/Encore” and an extended version of “Jigga What/Faint”.
50. Jay-Z has joined Linkin Park at seven shows since 2004 to rap on various songs. There are two Linkin Park live DVDs that feature Jay-Z on them – Collision Course (2004) and Road To Revolution (2008).
51. On the last show of the US leg of the Meteora World Tour in 2004, members of the opening bands came out with roadies with inflatable penises and full bondage gear on during “One Step Closer” to end the tour.
52. Dead By Sunrise, Chester’s side project, played three songs in the first encore of Linkin Park’s set at six shows in 2009.
53. Linkin Park was forced to cancel a short tour (5 shows; Music For Relief Asian Benefit Tour) and one other show (Las Vegas) in October 2008 due to Chester injuring his back while playing with his kid.
54. On Projekt Revolution 2008, Chris Cornell joined the band on stage during the second verse of “Crawling” to lend his vocals.
55. A demo of the hit single "One Step Closer" surfaced and released by 4 fansites (including LPLive) together in February 2008.
56. A Hybrid Theory-era demo entitled "She Couldn't" found its way to eBay in 2009 on a previously unheard of 8 track demo CD. It was bought and released exclusively on LPLive in May.
57. Chester has once climbed on top of and fallen inside of a porta-potty during a show in 2001.
58. On the Summer Sanitarium Tour in 2003 with Metallica, Brad and Chester routinely smashed a guitar after "A Place For My Head" near the end of the set.
59. While opening for Metallica in Dublin, Ireland in 2003, the band was bottled and booed at throughout the entire show. Members of Linkin Park have called it the "hardest show we have ever played".
60. The demo version of "Enth E Nd" from Reanimation had Mike's original Hybrid Theory verses in the song, Mike wrote new verses later on for the final album version. The demo version has never been released.
61. Two demo titles from the Meteora recording sessions remain a mystery - "Nocturnal" and "Shifter." Whether these are working titles for songs that made the album or songs that didn't make the cut is unknown.
62. While in Asia in 2009, Mike rapped the first verse of "Dedicated" (1999 demo released on LPU 2) over the intro to "Points Of Authority" twice. It was the first time he had performed any portion of the song live, ever.
63. Mike recorded a verse for a DJ Whoo Kid mixtape in 2005. The song, and presumably the entire mixtape, remain unreleased.
64. Mike remixed an unknown U2 song sometime in late 2004 or early 2005. The remix remains unreleased and no further info is known about it.
65. Mike remixed "Enjoy The Silence" by Depeche Mode for inclusion on their "Remixes 81-04" box set.
66. Mike remixed several Linkin Park songs while on tour for Minutes To Midnight. "What I've Done (Distorted Remix)" was released on the "Bleed It Out" single while "Leave Out All The Rest (M. Shinoda Remix)" was included on the "Leave Out All The Rest" Japanese EP.
67. Chester once stated in an interview to MTV in 2003 that several remixes to Meteora were made, but no plans were being made to release them.
68. Mike made an appearance on the Wake Up Show in 2002, where he took part in a rap battle with Rakaa Iriscience from Dilated Peoples. During the battle, he rapped both verses from "Dedicated," the first time that song had been unveiled in any form, as well as another verse that he had written years beforehand, which was never used in a song.
69. Big Daddy Kane was announced to be on Fort Minor's "We Major" mixtape via a coded symbol message on the back of a Fort Minor Street Team sampler CD, but the guest-spot never happened.
70. While in Malaysia in 2003, the band was under a strict set of rules during the show. No cursing, no baggy cargo shorts and no spitting on stage was allowed!
71. Mike released several Fort Minor demos and b-sides to the Fort Minor fanclub, the Fort Minor Militia, in 2006. It essentially followed a one-a-month schedule until all 8 had been released.
72. One of the sound effects in the intro of "1 Stp Klosr" from Reanimation was actually used in Pokemon: The First Movie.
73. Vin Skully from Styles of Beyond actually co-produced PPR:KUT from Reanimation with Cheapshot, using the alias "Jubacca".
74. The music video for "Pts.Of.Athrty" was occasionally used as a commercial bumper segment on Cartoon Network between programs.
75. The Fort Minor song "Right Now", featuring Black Thought from The Roots, was inspired by Robert Altman's film Short Cuts.
76. Mike played every instrument on the Fort Minor album The Rising Tied except for strings.
77. Mike wrote the Fort Minor song "Kenji" to detail U.S. internment of Japanese citizens during World War II. The song features vocal clips from his aunt and father.
78. Mike joined Styles Of Beyond on the Revolution Stage during Projekt Revolution 2007 to rap "Second To None" and "Remember The Name" with them.
79. Mike recorded vocals for a song entitled "Second To None", which was a track on the unreleased Styles Of Beyond album Reseda Beach. Thankfully, the song was debuted on the Transformers movie soundtrack in 2007.
80. Mike recorded vocals for the chorus of a song entitled "Hey You", released on Styles Of Beyond's 2007 mixtape "Razor Tag".
81. Mike recorded vocals with Styles Of Beyond in 2007 for DJ Green Lantern's remix of Portishead's "Magic Doors". The remix is freely available online.
82. Mike recorded nine short instrumental tracks for the score of MTV's 2005 Video Music Awards. All the tracks were finally released in 2010 by Mike, and one of them, "100 Degrees", was made into a full song featured on the Fort Minor "We Major" mixtape.
83. Members of Linkin Park's crew have actually delayed departures from one show to another out on tour due to the band signing autographs for prolonged periods of time after shows.
84. It's no secret the guys love video games. While on tour in 2004, Linkin Park would invite members of other bands on board their tour bus (entitled the "Halo Bus") for nightly games of the video game Halo. It is said that the Mike and Phoenix team was practically unbeatable.
85. The band recorded a Japanese flute to sample on "Nobody's Listening" from Meteora. The opening track "Foreword" was made by smashing a broken CD burner with a metal baseball bat.
86. The guitar solo in "Shadow Of The Day" actually came from a piano piece Chester wrote. Brad liked the idea, so he played it on guitar and the solo stuck.
87. The intro to "Somewhere I Belong" was originally played on acoustic guitar by Chester. Mike and Joe took the piece, cut it up, flipped it and rearranged it to what ended up being used in the final version.
88. Mike once said that he knew he had "made it" when after the taping of Conan O'Brien in 2001, Slick Rick came up to him in the airport and said that he had seen Linkin Park play "One Step Closer" on the show.
89. Aaron Lewis from Staind recorded his vocal parts for the Reanimation song "KRWLNG" in the back of a tour bus on the Family Values Tour in 2001 with Linkin Park. It only took him half an hour to record his vocals.
90. Some of the other artists that remixed Hybrid Theory songs for Reanimation include: Team Sleep, Tricky, Prince Paul, and DJ Z-Trip.
94. Did you know that while rehearsing in 2003, Linkin Park almost started using a bullhorn (for Chester) live on the bridge of 'Faint'?
95. Did you know that 'Breaking The Habit' was rehearsed in 2003 for the LP Underground Tour (Feb/March), but was not even played live until November of that year?


--------------------
Carnivores Tour 2014:
West Palm Beach, Tampa, Charlotte, Bristow, Camden, Mansfield, Holmdel, Wantagh, Darien Center
QUOTE (Astat @ Jan 15 2014, 09:52 PM) *
people chanted for BIO non-stop throughout the ENTIRE encore break,
sat through CFTI and QWERTY like "WTF is this shit"
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
CookieMonster
post Jun 29 2010, 09:25 AM
Post #12


Master of Ceremonies
*********

Group: Contributors
Posts: 1,641
Joined: 25-August 08
From: Charlotte, NC
Member No.: 65



One of the sound effects in the intro of "1 Stp Klosr" from Reanimation was actually used in Pokemon: The First Movie.

Which sound effect is this?


--------------------

08.08.07 Charlotte, NC Projekt Revolution 2007
07.31.08 Charlotte, NC Projekt Revolution 2008
02.04.11 New York City, NY A Thousand Suns World Tour
08.10.12 Bristow, VA Honda Civic Tour
08.08.14 West Palm Beach, FL Carnivores Tour
08.09.14 Tampa, FL Carnivores Tour
08.12.14 Charlotte, NC Carnivores Tour
08.13.14 Bristow, VA Carnivores Tour
08.15.14 Camden, NJ Carnivores Tour
08.16.14 Mansfield, MA Carnivores Tour
08.18.14 Holmdel, NJ Carnivores Tour
08.19.14 Wantagh, NY Carnivores Tour
08.21.14 Buffalo, NY Carnivores Tour
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Milena
post Jun 29 2010, 09:39 AM
Post #13


Roadie
**

Group: Members
Posts: 27
Joined: 22-April 10
From: Serbia
Member No.: 3,101



Found it: "And, finally, thank you to the talented musicians who inspire me, particularly the band Muse-there are emotions, scenes, and plot threads in this novel that were born from Muse songs and would not exist without their genius. Also Linkin Park, Travis, Elbow, Coldplay, Marjorie Fair, My Chemical Romance, Brand New, The Strokes, Armor for Sleep, The Arcade Fire, and The Fray have all been instrumental in staving off the writer’s block."
Quote found here: http://bananafickle.wordpress.com/category/linkin-park/ smile.gif

This post has been edited by Milena: Jun 29 2010, 09:40 AM


--------------------
"Someday I'm hoping to close my eyes and pretend that this crumpled up paper can be perfect again..."


Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
GraDoN
post Jun 29 2010, 09:49 AM
Post #14


Frightened Inmate #2
********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,023
Joined: 9-September 08
From: South Africa
Member No.: 577



False alarm, muse is the driving force


--------------------
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Hahninator
post Jun 29 2010, 10:40 AM
Post #15


A Place For My Head
**********

Group: Staff
Posts: 4,761
Joined: 25-August 08
From: Atlanta, Georgia
Member No.: 53



Call in Astat, lol


--------------------
Carnivores Tour 2014:
West Palm Beach, Tampa, Charlotte, Bristow, Camden, Mansfield, Holmdel, Wantagh, Darien Center
QUOTE (Astat @ Jan 15 2014, 09:52 PM) *
people chanted for BIO non-stop throughout the ENTIRE encore break,
sat through CFTI and QWERTY like "WTF is this shit"
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
AudioNick
post Jun 29 2010, 11:21 AM
Post #16


LPL Veteran
****

Group: Members
Posts: 318
Joined: 27-August 08
From: Nottingham, United Kingdom
Member No.: 167



I'd love to see the picture from No# 5.
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
heartagram_616
post Jun 29 2010, 01:41 PM
Post #17


LPL Veteran
****

Group: Members
Posts: 340
Joined: 19-December 08
From: Birmingham,UK
Member No.: 1,322



thanks for the list Mark smile.gif
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
annare
post Jun 29 2010, 04:02 PM
Post #18


Veteran Producer
*****

Group: Members
Posts: 634
Joined: 11-April 10
From: Spain
Member No.: 3,069



Yeah, thanks man!. It's pretty useful.


--------------------
We will forsake our countries. We will leave our motherlands behind and become one with this earth. We have no nation, no philosophy, no ideology. We go where we're needed, fighting not for country, not for government, but for ourselves. We need no reason to fight. We fight because we are needed. We will be the deterrent for those with no other recourse. We are soldiers without borders, our purpose defined by the era we live in. We will sometimes have to sell ourselves and services. If the times demand it, we'll be revolutionaries, criminals, terrorists. And yes, we may all be headed straight to hell. But what better place for us than this?. It's our only home. Our heaven and our hell. This is Outer Heaven.
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Final Destiny
post Jun 29 2010, 04:48 PM
Post #19


<3
********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,468
Joined: 16-August 09
From: Florida
Member No.: 2,172



QUOTE (GraDoN @ Jun 29 2010, 10:49 AM) *
False alarm, muse is the driving force


oh thank god


--------------------
out.
QUOTE (LGraham @ Apr 16 2012, 06:39 AM) *
bitching © SOMEDUDE REMIX

Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
cloud2795
post Jun 29 2010, 04:57 PM
Post #20


LPL Veteran
****

Group: Members
Posts: 177
Joined: 8-September 08
Member No.: 565



QUOTE (ProjektCharlotte @ Jun 29 2010, 10:25 AM) *
One of the sound effects in the intro of "1 Stp Klosr" from Reanimation was actually used in Pokemon: The First Movie.

Which sound effect is this?


I would like to know this too.
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post

18 Pages V   1 2 3 > » 
Reply to this topicStart new topic
1 User(s) are reading this topic (1 Guests and 0 Anonymous Users)
0 Members:

 

RSS Lo-Fi Version Time is now: 19th April 2014 - 10:19 PM
 
   
   
     
  Copyright © 2006-2014 Linkin Park Live