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Correct place to create this thread? If not, move it, please.

 

Well, this is about knowledge.

What did you learn after getting into LP's world? What did the band inspired you?

 

I have learned:

1 - English (still not an expert but it's ok since i have never been on a course)
2 - Got interested about how produce a show (i have produced a few)
3 - Decided which job area to work in. (marketing)
4 - Research techniques
5 - How to defend myself from personal attacks haha
AND YOU?

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Nice threat :)

 

Well I feel like I learned A LOT about music since I started listening to LP, before that I didn't know that much about it. I feel like my ears are much more sensitive and are much better pick up some sounds in the background. I learned a lot about music genres, and I learned that doesn't matter, because music isn't about genres, but emotions and sounds. I learned (and I continue to learn) to make music, and LP inspired me to do this at all, they also inspired me to play instruments. Actually LP inspired me to get more interested in music. LP also introduced me to many other bands.

 

As I began reading, listening and discussing about LP, I learned very much English. And when it comes to discussing (especially on LPL) I learned also to argument.

 

That's what I came up with now, but there's more things I learned or got inspired because of LP, for sure.

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This is a interesting topic, at least to me.

 

I remember back in 2007, when I was with 13 years old. I was very insecure and, at same time, how can I say... undecided. I mean, people ask to me: which kind of shirt do you like? Which band? Color? Anything? And nothing, I couldn't answer these questions, because neither I know what were my "style". In music, for example, I only listened to songs on radio or ones that friends of mine shared. And that's how I "met" LP, 3 years before that. Well, at least Breaking the Habit, Nobody's Listening, In the End...

Back on 2007, I remembered about LP, and how I liked that band. So, I decided to search about the band, the songs... everything. I was very noob in music at that point [and I still a noob :P], so I "discover" singles such as Papercut and From the Inside, thinking that were "new" songs. This was the way I discover all the albums [i remember that I used to "hate" MtM in first listen xD], the LPU songs, and all that stuff. This help me to find which were, and are, my tastes, my "style", because I feel that, in that moment, I discover myself. After that, I decided to "recover" the other bands that I listened too, and with this I was able to create my own personality. It's weird to say this just listening to a band, but this fact led to other factors, and the set of all these factors construct who I am right now ^^.

 

And, of course, I discover LPLive, and became interested by the English language, mainly to understand what Chester was screaming :P... and to being a [tiny] part of this big community.

 

So, I think that is this ^^

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I don't want to lay down a huge post in the thread but I think one really cool thing that I have learned and apply to my life almost daily is my knowledge of world geography due to this band. Seeing where shows happen, where tours go, where festivals are, etc has educated me quite well in world geography. I know capitals, etc extremely well and have learned things about random places such as Macau and Hong Kong due to the shows there.

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I am pretty sure that 'English' is one of the top facts that LPL users learned. It's really great to see the band helping people in their own personal life. As Mark said, i have also learned a lot about cities, states and countries.


I have learned how to conduct a marketing strategy for websites or facebook contests, this is really incredible because i'm applying it on my job.

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I never knew the band impacted people so much that they'd primarily use it as a way to learn another language.

 

 

You also learned how to lay down some raps in your bedroom over MSN Messenger.

 

:lol:

 

Ha, wow. December 2004 with Jigga What/Faint rolling....wow. Can't believe you remember that.

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