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Seelentau

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  1. Yeah, according to someone on Discogs, that's the case. Just want to make sure. When people initially posted about it, they didn't specify which version they had, which makes it a little complicated^^'
  2. Those of you who got the US version of this box, can you tell me if your contents are correct or not? Because apparently, the Frat Party DVD and the Filmore/RaR DVD got their contents (or printed names) switched. I wanna find out if this is the case for all versions, or just the EU version (or whatever else versions there are).
  3. Sent this one in already, but don't know if those are still being read, so yeah: http://linkinpedia.com/index.php?title=Forgotten Due to "A Place For My Head" being one of the band's oldest songs, dating back to the Xero period and appearing on Chester's audition tape for Linkin Park, a significant amount of demos exist for the song. I guess the song title is wrong, the article being about Forgotten.
  4. So with Andrew Lanoie revealing that he played bass for LP a little bit, where does he fit into the timeline? I put him as an ex-member of Xero for now, on Discogs, but not sure if that's true? In case it is, it would be: Dave (Xero) -> Andrew (Xero) -> Kyle (HT) -> Scott (HT-LP) -> Dave (LP), right?
  5. Leaking this stuff is illegal simply because the leakers don't hold the copyright to it. It doesn't matter what the band thinks about it.
  6. The problem is that they risk losing the source and being shunned by the trading community. Then there's of course the whole legal question and also the danger of other people, who downloaded the leaks, making physical copies of them and selling them online. And people that aren't in the scene don't understand this and think we're all assholes because we're not sharing all the rarities. But it's not as easy as it sounds, sometimes. .__ Yay for double-posting...^^
  7. The problem is that they risk losing the source and being shunned by the trading community. Then there's of course the whole legal question and also the danger of other people, who downloaded the leaks, making physical copies of them and selling them online. And people that aren't in the scene don't understand this and think we're all assholes because we're not sharing all the rarities. But it's not as easy as it sounds, sometimes. .__.
  8. There's actually a trading scene for LP stuff? Huh, who would've guessed. How does it work? I read you can buy unreleased shows, apparently? I'm a trader of a different band and it's not like that for "my scene".
  9. Well yes, but as I said, on the cassette it's Stick N' Move, but on the "cover" or "booklet" (if you can call it that), it's Stick N Move. And another, unrelated question: Is there a comprehensive list of all LP releases (not counting Gray Daze and other bands) in order of release date and not divided in album, single etc.? Something like a checklist maybe?
  10. Then what about Stick N Move? Even on the Linkinpedia, it's written both as Stick N Move and Stick N' Move.
  11. Hmm, okay... I'm asking because I'm currently fixing my LP files and of course I want all names and titles to be correct^^'
  12. Yes, that's what I mean: On the cover, it's LP Underground X: Demos, but below the line, it's LP Underground X.
  13. What's the correct title for Stick N Move? On the cassette itself, it's written as Stick N' Move, but on the tracklist, it's Stick N Move. Oh and what are the official names for the LPU albums? Sometimes they're called LPU VI or whatever, and somewhere else LP Underground Five (for example).
  14. The guy on Discogs replied "I do not [know where to find Rapology twelve]. I'll keep an eye out for it thought. From time-to-time, I come across guys with large collections of rap CDs." Wait and see~ Also, some lucky guy snatched one of the other two Rapology CDs from a German CD store straight from under my nose.
  15. I asked him if he could help me out with any kind of information on Vol. 12. I also messaged all members of the Urban Network LinkedIn account, asking if they can help: https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/1053434/?pathWildcard=1053434 Problem is that on LinkedIn, you have to connect to them first before you can actually talk to them, so I'll have to wait and see if they accept my "friend request".
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