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Jeremy Nielsen is the full name of Mike's former guitar tech who filled in for Brad in Japan in 2012. I think we've just known him by his first name forever.

 

Mike also did the Let It Go piano outro to the Ballad Medley at this show, it's not noted: http://lplive.net/shows/db/2015/20150825

*Edit* He did it at this show as well, first four shows of the European tour all had it: http://lplive.net/shows/db/2015/20150822

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How did you even find that so randomly? lol

 

Updated: European Tour 2015 first 4 shows w/ Let It Go Piano Outro, Birmingham 2017 OML speech by Chester, Japan 2012 name for Jeremy and Tokyo BID messup.

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How did you even find that so randomly? lol

 

Updated: European Tour 2015 first 4 shows w/ Let It Go Piano Outro, Birmingham 2017 OML speech by Chester, Japan 2012 name for Jeremy and Tokyo BID messup.

Jeremy's thanked in one of the album booklets, I just forgot to look to see if he was there lol. Googled to make sure it was him.

 

I was doing some research for Chester's guitar page on my site and watching a ton of Ballad Medley performances for like two days straight, lmao.

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1. The acoustic live performance of Let Down (http://linkinpedia.com/index.php?title=Let_Down#Digital_Live_Single) is from this show:
But it says that only Morning After was released from that concert.
2. Blackout from Hamburg 2011 is in the source0b as a release for A Thousand Suns Live Around The World.
But on Linkinpedia it says that the performance is from Sydney, but it's not listed on the Sydney show page either!
http://lplive.net/shows/db/2011/20110621
3. I've previously posted about this, but no one answered!
At the second acoustic show in Hamburg 2017, they actually played the bridge of Battle Symphony, after Chester skipped it.
Mike asked him about it and they restarted from there, until the end, but on the show page it says "no bridge".
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All fixed!

Wait!
Sorry if I'm too much picky hahah
I may be wrong but...
"'Let Down' from this show was released on the song's CD single and digital single on October 25, 2009."
On October 25 it was released the Live Single, not the CD/Digital one (released on November 17).
"The version of the song on the digital live single is from Hamburg."
It's the opposite, Hamburg (with Fire) is on the CD+Digital single, while the Live Single is the acoustic version from Las Vegas.
Also, there's no mention of the single release (besides the source) in the Hamburg page.
It should be,
in the Hamburg page:
"'Let Down' from this show was released on the song's CD single and digital single on November 17, 2009."
in the Las Vegas page:
"'Let Down' from this show was released on the song's digital live single on November 25, 2009."
Edited by PeppePark

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Maybe is Linkinpedia wrong too?
It says that the CD single was released on November 17!
http://linkinpedia.com/index.php?title=Let_Down

But the other things are like I said!
The live single was released on October 25 and it's the acoustic performance in Las Vegas, while the CD/Single (according to your website and iTunes, released on December 18, not on November 17 like is listed on Linkinpedia) it's the performance in Hamburg!

But in the show page, here on LPLive, it says the opposite, that the Las Vegas one is on the CD/Digital single, while the Hamburg one in the live single!

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The live single was released on October 25 and it's the acoustic performance in Las Vegas, while the CD/Single (according to your website released on December 18, not on November 17 like is listed on Linkinpedia) it's the performance in Hamburg!

 

But the release dates on my site are only for digital releses. As far as I know from ATS LT, THP & OML era, the digital releases was always came as a first and after 2-3 weeks the physical version was released. There was never the same release date for both.

Of course I'm talking about the single release only, not albums.

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Right, then the release date for CD single is right, but there's still that mistake in the Las Vegas page, like I wrote before!

"- 'Let Down' from this show was released on the song's CD single and digital single on October 25, 2009. The version of the song on the digital live single is from Hamburg."

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Should we make a show page for the Good Mythical Morning appearance somewhere? Not sure if it would be under the main LP page or the Guesting page, but it was filmed on April 18th, 2017 and aired on May 11th, if that helps. I suppose since we don't have real titles for any of the joke songs it might not be something that's feasible...

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http://lplive.net/shows/db/2017/20170620

Battle Symphony' was performed for the first time in six shows, since 2017.06.12 Berlin.

 

Actually Battle Symphony wasn't performed in Berlin... Nobody Can Save Me was in that spot, so really Battle Symphony was last performed prior to this at 2017.06.11 Praha...

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http://lplive.net/shows/db/2001/20010214

Thus refreshed, the guys take the stage for their hour of rock glory, rounding out the thirty-eight minutes of Hybrid Theory with some early songs from their debut EP, including the ferocious “High Voltage.”

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/linkin-parks-compassionate-thrash-191959/

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iTunes Festival 2011:

 

Rolling in the Deep had a false start after Mike started Chester off in the wrong key.

 

Wisdom, Justice, and Love also had a false start after the song was stopped so that Chester could talk to the crowd about Music for Relief.

Edited by RogueSoul

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https://lplive.net/shows/2017/20170614

Show Notes:

...

- Mike rapped the first verse and chorus of 'Remember The Name' as the intro to 'Waiting For The End'.

...

 

Waiting For The End wasn't played at this show

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New Divide was played after Invisible

+

Invisible had a false start

+

no Roads Untraveled vox over Bleed It Out

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I'm fairly sure the band used pre-recorded instrumental tracks for the MTV Japan performance in 2012. If you look at about 0:45 here you'll see that Jeremy isn't playing anything on guitar but Brad's normal verse guitar part is clearly audible, and the vocals sync up so it's not just a case of them using an out-of-sync shot on the broadcast:


If this is true, it would mean that Jeremy was literally just a "stand in" for Brad, because the Burn it Down performance the day before used a pre-recorded backing track as well.

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