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About sublimeric

  • Birthday 11/25/1982

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    LPU Tour, Meteora World Tour, Fort Minor US tour, Projekt: Revolution '08, A Thousand Suns North American Tour '11

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    Linkin Park, Dirty Heads, 311, Sublime, Limp Bizkit, Sidecar Radio

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  1. Anxious to see this, whether it's released in episodes or the whole thing at once. Hope it's still coming out?
  2. Not a fan of Chester's singing style during the, ahem, Grey Daze, but a cool project for fans that reminds me of those homemade acoustic/piano remixes of LP songs on YouTube.
  3. Just read the book over the last couple days, and loved every second of it. LP's interviews, like their music, always seem so rehearsed and overproduced. Not that this is a negative thing, but it leaves a lot of stones unturned. It was fascinating reading Jeff's recount of meeting Brad, discovering Xero, and hearing songs like "Blue" or "Rhinestone" for the first time. I was surprised by some of the details - like how long it took LP to offer Chester the lead singer role - and just flat out smiling ear to ear at other parts, like David Kahne going from hating the band to wanting to personally mix "Plaster." Great read, and I wish there was more to it, or a documentary made from it, with Jeff's archive of tapes, flyers, etc. Would also love to hear the band respond to it, but I assume they'll just dismiss everything or say they don't remember. Still doesn't make any sense to me why they had a falling out with Jeff, despite the details he gives in the book. I can see LP wanting to be in control of their career, and hurt/insulted over the "Replace Mike with Mad Lion" stuff, but I'd think they would trust Jeff and realize what he put on the line for them enough to be amicable.
  4. Just finished the book, and absolutely loved it, especially considering LP always seem to shy away from getting too "inside". I'd like to know what 2003-2017 looked like, as it relates to the Jeff/LP relationship. How often did they cross paths? Was Chester the only one on speaking terms? The book notes that he wasn't needed by the time they were ready to start "Meteora", and it seems like they didn't really cross paths until Chester's funeral. I'd also like to know more about LP's relationship, from Jeff's perspective, with other bands. He notes that DJ Lethal (Limp Bizkit) helped Joe out, and Jacoby (Papa Roach) hung out with Chester. I'd love to hear what happened when Mike met Fred Durst, or Chester met Scott Weiland. There's a picture of LP with the Deftones, too. Excited for this interview and can't think of other questions for now, but thanks LPL for doing this and thanks Jeff for writing it!
  5. I can see how the PR:02 editing can bug completists and all that, but having great quality copies of these amazing songs/performances is blowing my mind as I watch the show again today. I can’t believe they’ve had this in the vaults for so long! Makes me excited for the Meteora anniversary, in hopes we get a full LPU tour show, with tracks like “Hit the Floor” and “Easier to Run” in great quality. Or a show from the Meteora world tour? The PR show was what I wanted most from the HT20 release and they didn’t let me down. Thankful to be an LP fan, and here talking about their music like I did back when LPU and this site launched so many years ago!
  6. Fingers still crossed that the DVD's are somehow available for purchase outside of the box set. They're the only thing I want, but I can't drop $200
  7. Super encouraging to see that people have not forgotten (no pun intended) about the "Hybrid Theory" set from Download. I think I have listened to that set more than anything else LP have ever released, in 20 years as a fan. Fingers crossed the full video is released!
  8. Me! But as Astat said on the LPlive Instagram review of the box set, including Docklands on this might mean we don't get one of the unreleased shows. At least we have the full Docklands show that LPlive released, even if it's not perfect quality. Maybe LP will put it out for the 25th anniversary
  9. They should have swapped out "Reanimation" for the Download Festival "Hybrid Theory" set. Makes no sense to me why they wouldn't include that in the box, unless they felt the DVD's satisfied the "live material" quota
  10. As of now, yes, but I'd be surprised if the DVD's are not available one way or another, whether it's for sale individually on Digital Platforms (itunes), or simply uploaded to YouTube like the DVD's for the International/Tour Editions of past releases (A Thousand Sunds+, Living Things+).
  11. Yeah, iTunes lists 80 tracks as part of the $49.99 deluxe edition. Looks like they have everything that the box set has, except the DVD content.
  12. So unless I missed something, the only thing truly exclusive to the box set is the 2 DVD's, with the unreleased concerts + Frat Party 2, right? Seems like everything else will be available on Spotify and other streaming services.
  13. I only want the DVD's. Hoping they do what A Perfect Circle did with their box set release, and make the DVD content available on iTunes as an individual purchase.
  14. What's on the DVDs? $200 is a major investment for someone who doesn't care about vinyl, but if the shows on the DVDs are worthwhile...
  15. Still holding out hope for the pro-shot video of the Download Festival full-album performance. Or a vinyl with that on it. Even make it one of the discs, along with the BBC full album show from '01 or whenever? I'm so beyond excited for this, and hope LP give the rest of their albums the same anniversary treatment when they turn 20
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