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  2. Hype 😊 this is the second thing I’m looking forward the most in the LP world besides Grey Daze upcoming album
  3. Ryan Shuck started his music career in the late 80's as a member of the funk metal band Sexart, alongside Korn's Jonathan Davis and Adema's Dave DeRoo, where he co-wrote the original versions of Korn's fan favorites "Blind" and "Daddy." He rose to fame in the 90's as a member of Orgy when their acclaimed blend of electronic music and rock, dubbed "death-pop," secured their debut album a Platinum certification. During the sessions for their second studio album, Vapor Transmission, at NRG Recording Studios he came across a newly signed band called Hybrid Theory working on their debut album and clicked right away with the group's lead singer Chester Bennington. Along with Orgy bandmate Amir Derakh, Ryan Shuck started a side project named Julien-K after disagreements with vocalist Jay Gordon on the musical direction of the band. Chester Bennington was instrumental in the project's early sessions by instructing Ryan on how to sing and became so excited with the progression they were making that he asked to join Julien-K. This obviously didn't happen, but instead the duo joined forces with Chester on a new project that worked simultaniously with Julien-K, eventually becoming Dead By Sunrise. In 2019, Ryan Shuck joined forces with Dave DeRoo once again, this time as the lead singer for Adema after failed attempts to convince their original singer Mark Chavez to return to the group. They have recently recorded a new album produced by Ryan's longtime collaborator Amir Derakh and have started teasing an August 2021 release for the first single with the new vocalist. Hybrid Origins: A Look Back At The Early Days We sat down with Ryan Shuck to discuss his relationship and work with Chester Bennington throughout the years and the upcoming Adema music. Check out the video below or read our rundown and notes in the link above. Back in March of this year we reported that Julien-K were planning to do a Patreon series where they'll break down Dead By Sunrise songs from Out Of Ashes. Ryan Shuck said on the occasion: "We're gonna talk about the making of Out Of Ashes. We're gonna actually gonna get through every song, through a few months, track by track. We're gonna go through the demos, and we're gonna isolate Chester, we're gonna isolate all parts, the guitars and all of this kind of stuff. And just spend some time really talking about it and celebrating an album that we know that Chester loved and did such an amazing work on it. And you know, these demos, a lot of people haven't heard them. If you haven't already joined us on our Patreon we do a lot of cool events and stuff, but we're gonna do that very special thing for our Dead By Sunrise fans too. It really hit me today that I want to do this, I want to share this stuff with you, because it really matters to me that we continue to share Dead By Sunrise and support you guys and you guys support us." He told us they still want to do it, with the possibility of it being a year-long live streaming series where fans can ask questions about the songs in real time, but they'd need to have enough people following the series to justify the costs. So if this is something you would like to see, make sure to spread the word, make some noise on social media to let them know you're interested and don't forget to subscribe to Julien-K on Patreon when the series starts! https://www.patreon.com/julienk
  4. Yesterday
  5. Looks like they silently released the album on Bandcamp in June. No widespread release. https://julienk.bandcamp.com/album/unauthorized-live-in-europe
  6. Esaul ("A Place For My Head" Demo) should be the same as "Esaul (Xero Demo)" and "A Place For My Head", where it is 133 BPM. Forgotten (Demo) should be the same as "Rhinestone (Xero Demo)" and "Forgotten", where it is 110 BPM. All I know is that these should be fixed. Not too sure about the other songs I mentioned, though.
  7. Last week
  8. the track already released 8 days ago. i love her voice and she's really cute tho. haha.
  9. I love this track more than "The Feel"! Mike did a great job here. 💯🎉🔥
  10. Kid Brunswick released today, July 30th, his new mixtape XFOREVER on which Mike Shinoda worked as executive producer. In addition, he is credited as composer/lyricist for the tracks 'The Feel' and 'Skin.' Kerrang! reports that Mike decided to reach out to him after listening to his 2020 single Bipolar Rhapsody. Brunswick was pretty excited when that happened as Meteora is his all time favorite album. He explained Mike's role on the record: “Mike basically said to me, ‘Write some songs, we’ll work on them together, structure them together, talk about the project and what it means to you and approach this as a team.’ I was like, ‘Holy shit – I thought he’d just want to work on one song!’ To my knowledge, I’m the only British artist that he’s come on board and executive produced thus far, which is nuts. Mike seems to really love the record, and I’m unbelievably excited about it too.” Mike says they've talked about doing more music together in the future.
  11. 1- Lies greed misery 2- Honestly I don't know which demo is the worst...
  12. Ryan and Jeff were being very gentle talking about Chester, and then she acted as if she was high or something. Good lord, I'm glad Talinda appeared in Chester's life, what a weird lady Samantha was and is.
  13. Didn’t watch the full thing because I can’t go past the fact that I don’t like her.
  14. Could have been great but Samantha is interupting every three seconds.. so full of herself, she seems really toxic.
  15. American novelist, film producer and artist Ryan Leone published a lengthy interview he did with Jeff Blue and Samantha Bennington discussing Chester Bennington, Linkin Park and their books One Step Closer: From Xero To #1: Becoming Linkin Park and Falling Love Notes: Memories Of A Rock Star’s Wife. Check it out.
  16. Joey Jordison, Slipknot’s founding drummer has passed away in his sleep on Monday at the age of 46. The cause of death wasn't disclosed. A statement from his family reads: “Joey’s death has left us with empty hearts and feelings of indescribable sorrow. To those that knew Joey, understood his quick wit, his gentle personality, giant heart, and his love for all things family and music. The family of Joey have asked that friends, fans, and media understandably respect our need for privacy and peace at this incredibly difficult time.” The musician battled years ago with transverse myelitis, a form of multiple sclerosis that affected his back and his legs, reason why he parted ways with Slipknot. In addition to Slipknot, Jordison has been a member of Vimic, Murderdolls, Scar The Martyr, Sinsaenum and pre-Slipknot bands Modifidious and The Have Nots. He also made guest appearances on recordings by Otep, Necrophagia, and Rob Zombie and assembled several supergroups in 2005 for the Roadrunner United project in celebration of the 25th anniversary of Roadrunner Records. Slipknot toured with Linkin Park in 2001 on the iconic Ozzfest tour. Source: Rolling Stone
  17. Actually I like both, but I think the structure of the lyrics of the finished product is better.
  18. so no reason at all to post this. if someone wanted to know, they could google themselves to not find out if those numbers are right
  19. Earlier
  20. Technique (Short) is 95 BPM, according to songbpm.com. Technique (Short) BPM Grr (1999 Demo) is 100 BPM, according to the same site I mentioned before. Grr (1999 Demo) BPM Coal (1997 Demo) is also 100 BPM, according to the same site I mentioned before. Coal (1997 Demo) BPM Dedicated (1999 Demo) is 103 BPM, according to the same site I mentioned before. Dedicated (1999 Demo) BPM Sad ("By Myself" Demo 1999) is 103 BPM, the same BPM as "By Myself" and "SuperXero ("By Myself" Demo)", according to the same site I mentioned before. Sad ("By Myself" Demo 1999) BPM Blue (1999 Demo) is also 103 BPM, according to the sames site I mentioned before. Blue (1999 Demo) BPM Oh No ("Points Of Authority" Demo) is 95 BPM, the same as "Points Of Authority" and "Points Of Authority (Demo) [Forgotten Demos]", according to the same site I mentioned before. Oh No ("Points Of Authority" Demo) BPM Points Of Authority (Demo) [LPU Rarities] is also 95 BPM, the same as "Points Of Authority" and "Points Of Authority (Demo) [Forgotten Demos]", according to the same site I mentioned before. Points Of Authority (Demo) [LPU Rarities] BPM Stick And Move ("Runaway" Demo 1998) is 108 BPM, the same as "Stick N Move (Demo)", according to the same site I mentioned before. Stick And Move ("Runaway" Demo 1998) BPM Chair (1999 "Part Of Me" Demo) is 142 BPM, the same as "Part Of Me", according to the same site I mentioned before. Chair (1999 "Part Of Me" Demo) BPM Slip (1999 Demo) is 125 BPM, according to the same site I mentioned before. Slip (1999 Demo) BPM Hurry (1999 Demo) is 117 BPM, according to the same site I mentioned before. Hurry (1999 Demo) BPM Esaul ("A Place For My Head" Demo) should be the same as "Esaul (Xero Demo)" and "A Place For My Head", where it is 133 BPM. Forgotten (Demo) should be the same as "Rhinestone (Xero Demo)" and "Forgotten", where it is 110 BPM. I know some of these are correct, but I'm not sure if all of them are correct. I'll wait for someone to check them out.
  21. What happened to the remixes
  22. These streaming Atmos mixes are encoded in a lossy .m4a container, so FLAC would be a transcode. Specs match what's in the photo lpliveusername posted. The files are floating around in certain parts of the internet where once might request rips, however. It's not sourced from Apple Music, I think, since the beginning of "Forgotten" is in tact. Would be cool to try and convert it and build a DVD-R type thing for a more traditional 5.1 system, kind of like Reanimation. For any Mac using producer type folks here: I played around with the files and discovered they'll drop right into Logic without conversion and you can mess around with panning and split the tracks there.
  23. Any chance to rip those files in .FLAC?
  24. yeah, 'cause I added it, when HT20 came out. but the fact that there's one track with the same bpm, doesn't mean they're a reliable source. I'll check the songs' BPM for you and add them to the spreadsheet EDIT: alright, those were pretty accurate, but they made huge mistakes. As said before, And One is like the only song by LP without click, so no BPM there - just a bold assumption made by a computer. Also, seemingly Mike had a little fun with numbers programming the beats, because Dialate has a BPM of 105.678 seems intended to me, as well as Reading My Eyes' 136.636. You cannot just round them up to something, because the click would speed up every beat compared to the track itself. PB, She Couldn't and S'n'M were right though, my bad. I also added the keys they're in and the time signatures. Need a little help with Could Have Been - I think it's in C# Phrygian, might also be C# Minor. I'm waiting on Astat's opinion, if he reads this.
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