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Broman

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    Chicago 2011, Tinley Park 2012, Tinley Park 2014, Indianapolis 2015, Summerfest 2015

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  1. Guess I’m on the opposite boat as everyone. I really liked Fever’s cover of ITE, but OSC was pretty bad. To be fair, I’m not much of a fan of Grandson’s music so just not my taste in general
  2. Eh, I'd much rather hear all the unreleased material from OML. Never been a fan of Xero, probably never will so I'll be siding with Mike on this. Pictureboard wasn't so special either.
  3. The reason I’m pointing this out is because that isn’t the case with the other album writing sessions imo. I’d argue for songs like What We Don’t Know or Across the Line over In Between, Valentine’s Day, etc, and the same idea applies for the other albums. Hybrid Theory just didn’t have a whole lot going for it with these other unheard tracks outside of maybe Carousel or And One.
  4. Very much underwhelmed. What all these demos tell me is that LP really did use their best tracks for Hybrid Theory.
  5. Wasn’t GATS specifically referencing record labels and how they push their artists to turn to whatever sound is popular for profit?
  6. I filtered the instrumental as best I could back when I had the track. It was definitely Chester
  7. Been waiting for them to talk about Friendly Fire. Awesome! Something to look forward to for One More Light's 20th anniversary!
  8. Within Chester’s catalog of music, this is hands down the worst song I’ve ever heard. The Original isn’t even terrible, but after listening to this with a group of friends, it was practically unanimous. If you like it, more power to you, but I’m gonna forget this one ever existed lol
  9. Absolute garbage. Easiest skip I’ve ever come across
  10. Still enjoy this record as much as I did the first time I heard it. Hands down my favorite LP record to date.
  11. Tossed the track into Audacity and ran vocal reduction with the default values. You can also toss in a second copy of the song and invert it to make a half assed acapella (won’t always work).
  12. I ran a vocal remover on the track, it tends to leave behind backing vocals and reverb tracks. Still can’t hear Jaime in the least bit, and anyone that has seen or followed his instagram knows Jaime doesn’t sound like his dad so he’s definitely not doing leads. If he’s actually on the track, this is just bad mixing
  13. 1. Releasing Hybrid Theory 2. Releasing Meteora 3. Releasing MTM 4. Releasing ATS 5. Releasing LT next time expand it to top 7 smh /s
  14. That's fucking awesome. I've seen Jason live, dude is definitely a top 5 best live frontman. His voice actually reminds me of Chester's too, most notably on Fever 333's songs Made An America, Animals, and Burn It
  15. it’s a matter of morals. Hahninator listed out the negative connotations attached to this project. As another example, Sean had previously tweeted about Sam being a total bitch, then did a complete 180 once this project started. Sam, Chester’s mom, and his sister have done nothing, but toss LP, Mike, and Talinda into a hole of insults, all while Mike and co continued to honor Chester through his live shows, 320Change, and just by not bringing up his name for publicity or cashing in on him (letting him actually rest in peace). Lets also not forget that only hours after Chester’s passing, Brian Welch called Chester a coward and now he’s suddenly on this record, whom Sean recruited. You can like the music, I’ll even admit to enjoying the majority of this record, but if Sean is best at anything, it’s being a business man. If that means having to toss your friend’s name and his band around to promote yourself, then he’ll do it.
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