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  2. Did they do something for LPU18? I know LPU17 had a package just with no CD (and some recycled items from OML) but as far as I know LPU18 just had like a couple of shirts. I think I bought a long sleeve one but I don’t even know where it is. Lol. I hope they do one for LPU19, would be cool, and maybe some new music. I didn’t even think LPU was still a thing honestly so that’s cool. Since Lorenzo left a long time ago who runs it? As far as music if they did give us something, I agree it won’t probably be new music like Hahninator said. Maybe some cool live tracks? PT demos don’t seem likely since LPU never really gave us side project stuff before except for a few small exceptions like Morning After acoustic 2009. I’d be ok with live stuff honestly. Probably won’t happen either way but yeah.
  3. I absolutely agree with Hahninator and graveguard. If they make a comeback, we're gonna get a new studio music at first. Anyway do you know anything about LPU19? Will they do a same thing like the last year? Just new LPU merch in online store and digital membership?
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  5. I agree with everything. The only thing I can see getting released through LPU are either MS/PT demos or live recordings.
  6. I'd strongly argue that LP's first release after CB would not be a fan club demo or fan club demo CD. That would go viral, everywhere, and they aren't even "album quality" songs. With how much of a perfectionist the "LP machine" is, I doubt they'd do this. Before we see anything from the LPU, I bet we get the full band announcement that they are back, an album announcement, and a single at the bare minimum. I don't think this is anything to be concerned about, they register unreleased stuff on BMI a good bit. What Are You Worth and Ricochet were on there. Pictureboard is on there. Other unreleased stuff too. One thing we do know is - LP is very good at hiding/not having anything published to BMI until after it is released, if it is a new song. So I'd even argue that having it on BMI now means there is no release planned lol. Just my 2 cents.
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    Here's what i expect for a Linkin Park comeback (Singer will be Brad Delson) A-Six (Instrumental, Long) Nobody Can Save Me Good Goodbye (w/Stormzy) What I've Done Crawling Numb Demo Medley (Mike saying "we're gonna sing some songs from even before the "One Step Closer" single came out, i think, i'd rather call this the "Demo Medley", OK?" before "Forgotten") Forgotten (w/Rhinestone lyrics) Carousel (Debut as Linkin Park) Slip (Debut as Linkin Park) Part of Me (Debut as Linkin Park) Dedicated (Debut since 2002) Step Up (Debut since 2002; 2004 as a medley) Fuse (Debut as Linkin Park) Blue (Debut as Linkin Park) By Myself (w/Super Xero lyrics) A Place for My Head (w/Esaul lyrics) Reading my Eyes (Debut since 2008) Stick'N'Move (Debut as Linkin Park) Encore: Faint Runaway Battle Symphony A LIGHT THAT NEVER COMES BURN IT DOWN PTS.OF.ATHRTY In The End (Crowd sings the first line "It starts with One!") One More Light Sharp Edges Valentine's Day (Debut since 2008) One Step Closer
  9. Hi KlaytonShinoda. Reuploaded in mediafire: 05.09.2000 - West Hollywood, CA
  10. Nothing to do with me getting married. I have a lot of space. If I am being honest I lost passion after 17 years of checking eBay everyday. The last 4-5 years have been bad in terms of finding things because i essentially have everything. I never once traded in 17 years. Other collectors would rarely ever part with their stuff or trade so the hobby became non existent. I have an incredible amount of stuff. I will be most likely keeping my plaques and will always have them on my walls. Michalangelo is a beast. I love that guy. I may frame my LPcatalog t shirt with my welcome vinyls to remember all the work we did. Well he did most of the work all the time. Also, Mike i am scanning things as they sell and keeping the scans for us. I updated my site with a list of about 30 things sold already if anyone cares.. bpercy.weebly.com PEACE OUT BP
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  12. I hope the new LPU album is coming soon! This is a sign maybe. 🔜🎶🎧
  13. I agree with almost everything you have said here. LT was everything the band was standing for. Serving the lyrics and music. A lot of throwback with the style of the album. They have mixed what they could do the best. Even though I like THP i agree lyrics feel very uninspired and flat. The standout songs for me are Final Masquerade, Rebellion thanks to Daron and A Line In The Sand. I just wish they have played Powerless because I love it so much.
  14. I hope we will find out soon what it is.
  15. Pretty stoked! my guess is that they are reworking this, just like Mike did with “Make It Up As I Go”
  16. I should have made it clear in the post: it isn't attributed to any artist right now. I'm pretty sure it was written in 2016 as a Linkin Park song though.
  17. My own personal track list of Album 1. It is leagues above the one JZLP posted. 😎 1. Papercut (Phoenix 08.01.07) 2. One Step Closer (Tel Aviv 11.15.10) 3. With You (Warsaw 06.09.12) 4. Points Of Authority (Auburn 07.25.07) 5. Crawling (Holmdel 08.29.07) 6. Runaway (Odesa 06.12.12) 7. In The End (Sacramento 03.10.08) 8. A Place For My Head (Camden 08.17.12) 9. Cure For The Itch (Burswood 10.18.07) 10. Pushing Me Away (Camden 07.19.08) 11. Don’t Stay (Auburn 07.25.07) 12. Somewhere I Belong (Greenwood Village 09.03.07) 13. Lying From You (Mountain View 06.05.11) 14. Faint (Auburn 07.25.07) 15. Breaking The Habit (Mansfield 08.24.07) 16. From The Inside (Mansfield 08.24.07) 17. Session (Athens 07.21.09) 18. Numb (Marysville 07.27.07) 19. Wake (Montreal 02.22.08) 20. Given Up (Montreal 02.22.08) 21. Leave Out All The Rest (Frankfurt 01.20.08) 22. Bleed It Out (Auburn 07.25.07) 23. Shadow Of The Day (New York 02.21.08) 24. What I’ve Done (Manchester 02.18.08) 25. Hands Held High (Toronto 08.21.07) 26. No More Sorrow (Arendal 06.28.11) 27. Valentine’s Day (Manchester 02.18.08) 28. In Between (Detroit 02.16.08) 29. In Pieces (Detroit 02.16.08) 30. The Little Things Give You Away (Atlanta 08.07.07) 31. The Requiem (New York 02.04.11) 32. Burning In The Skies (Stockholm 06.14.11) 33. When They Come For Me (St. Gallen 07.02.11) 34. Jornada Del Muerto (Mountain View 06.05.11) 35. Waiting For The End (Mountain View 06.05.11) 36. Blackout (San Jose 02.22.11) 37. Wretches And Kings (Canberra 12.16.10) 38. Wisdom, Justice, And Love (Tel Aviv 11.15.10) 39. Iridescent (Tel Aviv 11.15.10) 40. Fallout (Munchen 06.25.11) 41. The Catalyst (Arendal 06.28.11) 42. The Messenger (Los Angeles 02.23.11) 43. Lost In The Echo (Mexico City 09.14.12) 44. In My Remains (Chula Vista 09.10.12) 45. Burn It Down (Bristow 08.11.12) 46. Lies Greed Misery (Nickelsdorf 06.08.12) 47. Victimized (Mansfield 08.14.12) 48. Tinfoil (Camden 08.17.12)
  18. I will probably get hate for this thread but it’s something that I have wanted to discuss for some time now. I’ve felt for a while now that Living Things was LP’s ultimate form, if you will. Mike said that the album wouldn’t have been possible to make if they hadn’t done the first 4 albums before it. He also said that the album is essentially a mix of everything they have done and that the band finally felt comfortable where they were as a band. Now, with MTM and ATS, the band kind of stayed away from writing songs like LITE for example, because they felt like it would sound too much like their first 2 albums. However, with LT, they embraced their ‘’old’’ sound, mixed with everything they had learned with MTM and ATS, and mixed it all together. LT also had some folk sound mixed into it, which to me, is the band’s last evolution, something they had never done before. It was minimal in the final product but it was there. With albums after LT, THP and OML, they were albums that the band could have easily made from 2000-2012 if they had wanted. The heavy rock sound of THP was something the band could have easily done back in the late Meteora days, MTM days, with songs like NMS, GU, Qwerty, Malathion and more providing examples. The band could have made OML during the ATS and LT eras if they had wanted as well, with that sound, etc. LT to me was like the last great touring cycle, too. They did a few mash ups like Victimized and Qwerty and Lying From You and Papercut but they still played mostly full songs. Starting in 2014 after the LT cycle ended in 2013, the band started doing many shortened songs, not a lot of banter, etc. The live show went downhill for me personally in a big way in 2014. Chester also joined STP towards the end of the LT cycle in 2013 and toured with them and released High Rise too so it kind of makes me wonder if he kind of wanted LT to be the last album he did with LP. Something in my gut tells me so. He was loving playing with STP and many fans in 2014/2015 who saw LP at the shows for THP said he looked very bored and the STP shows they went to were much better. The band played barely half of THP and seems very uninterested with the album too shortly after it came out. Many fans noticed this if you look back at old threads, etc. And also for me personally, THP has very bland and uninspired lyrics, something the band never had in albums before it. And onto OML, yeah, the band loved making the album and put heart into the lyrics. But I feel like the overall sound was something that they could have made in the ATS and LT eras, with the electronic stuff, the guitar that is present but done in a different way, etc. And if you take a song like Sharp Edges for example, it has a very folky pop sound to it. Folk being something that the band experimented with on LT. The tour for OML was cut short too soon to accurately judge the tour cycle for me but the shows did improved from the THP era for sure, however they still weren’t up to the par of the LT era and prior tours to me. I know that most people in the hardcore fanbase think that ATS is the band’s magnum opus, and for good reason. It is. But LT to me was an extension of that, with a new sound also throw in. I’m not saying LT is better than ATS. What I’m saying is that it expanded on it in some ways because it took everything that they learned with MTM and ATS and combined it the style of HT and Meteora in a way, and also adding in that folk element, although subtle. A song like Devil’s Drop for example is something that comes to mind when trying to convey this. Don’t forget that there are tons of unreleased songs that we have never heard from all these albums as well. Ultimately for me, the end of the LT cycle just felt like the end of an era to me. Even at the time, without knowing the future, it felt like that to me in the back of my mind. I even remember saying I wanted to make sure I went to the SSMF 2013 show because I needed to see the band one last time on the LT cycle, which was crazy for me as it’s so far from me and it was expensive, etc. I also know a lot of people here hate LT but to me all of the first 5 LP albums are on the same level of epicness. I’m also not trying to bash everything after LT cycle, as I know a lot of fans love that stuff too. I also include Recharged and the Aoki stuff to be the last of the end of the LT cycle. The band seemed very happy to work with Steve Aoki and Joe was saying that Mike was on an EDM kick and was excited about Recharged, etc. So yeah that’s just an extension of that. I’m specifically talking about THP and onwards.
  19. Nice find, Mike+Brad=LP or just Mike+Brad? 🤨
  20. A new title has surfaced on the BMI catalog of Mike and Brad. 'My Horizon' credits the two Linkin Park members as well as English producer and songwriter Justin Parker (who co-wrote 'Invisible' with Mike). The title presents a previous catalog number than the One More Light songs, meaning it was registered before the rest of the album, but it wasn't public in Mike's or Brad's pages until now. Currently, it isn't attributed to any artist, so you won't find it in Linkin Park's catalog. The song was previously known as 'Lost My Horizon' and the band can be seen working on the lyrics with Parker during one of the live feeds from the One More Light sessions. Watch the video below. Thanks to community member lhcluiz for the heads up. For a screenshot, see his Reddit post.
  21. LP has filmed every single concert from the ATS period to present day, like proshot of it all. They also have all the festival tapes from the shows they played. It's a genius way to archive the band for their own purposes, should they ever need any footage.
  22. Certainly that was the camera filming for the side screeners.
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