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'Talking to Myself' Debuted Live

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According to Linkinpedia:

Wretches - release date: September 2nd

Live debut: September 14th

 

Lies Greed Misery - release date in May 24th

Live debut in May 17th, but the performance was only released in June 19th for Rio+Social. The first known live performance was in May 26th (Rock in Rio)

 

Wastelands - release date in June 1st

Live debut in May 24th

 

Also, if we count, Tinfoil also was played before its release

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According to Linkinpedia:

Wretches - release date: September 2nd

Live debut: September 14th

 

Lies Greed Misery - release date in May 24th

Live debut in May 17th, but the performance was only released in June 19th for Rio+Social. The first known live performance was in May 26th (Rock in Rio)

 

Wastelands - release date in June 1st

Live debut in May 24th

 

Also, if we count, Tinfoil also was played before its release

 

ATS was leaked a week or two before the worldwide release. Unless that date was an official release, then I've never heard of it.

Edited by KlaytonShinoda

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ATS was leaked a week or two before the wordwide release. Unless that date was an official release, then I've never heard of it.

WaK was a ATS "Promo Single" (in same manners of LGM for Living Things). The people who made the ATS pre order received an email with the download.

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by the way intro before OSC is exactly same as 2007 except gun shots

Not even close. Synth samples are different, guitar part is different, underlying chord progression is different.

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Post Meteora era: QWERTY, No More Sorrow, Wretches?, Lies Greed Misery?, Wastelands?, Talking To Myself

 

I remember hearing a live version of Given Up before the studio version as well.

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I remember hearing a live version of Given Up before the studio version as well.

They premering No More Sorrow and Given Up on the same show.

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Better than the other 3 crappy songs, but not great. I guess I should wait for the actual recording to be released, but my expectations are officially at rock bottom.

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I think this song sounds a bit more like what the average person would probably expect from the "Linkin Park goes pop" description. Probably would have been a more "safe" choice for a first single, but that might have led to a similar situation to MInutes to Midnight, where What I've Done didn't really give people a good indication of what the album sounded like.

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I agree that this single would have been received much better.

 

Where is the track by track review?

 

It appears no one has reviewed the album in full yet.

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Here it is opening the show.

 

Awesome AUD shot. video/audio quality is great. great zoom in & out. and looks like he recorded the whole show. can someone talk to him to share the original files?!

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It's a great song, but I wouldn't have that as an opener. I look for the opener to be really high energy like OSC or something. TTM is better in the middle as a breather.

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Seems fine as an opener. That crowd definitely enjoyed it

Well that's what matters. I certainly can't say I would be disappointed in person. They could open with In Between and I would still love it just because I was seeing LP live LOL

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Well that's what matters. I certainly can't say I would be disappointed in person. They could open with In Between and I would still love it just because I was seeing LP live LOL

 

TTM isn't a great opener, but between the excitement of the crowd and the fact I saw it open for the first time I got really pumped up. In my case, it was mostly because as they opened with it I inmediately thought about how many setlist changes they would introduce in comparison to Argentina.

 

However, after 7 years without having a show they could have opened with Heavy and still would have got a positive reaction from the crowd.

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