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Garret

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  1. Looking back, idk why I even cared about a show from 2012 anyways. Lol.
  2. I don’t think I could ever bring myself to listen to something from Scott Stapp.
  3. Well the one on lpbits has these problems and I thought they were the same as the ones here. They definitely do have the problems in the lpbits one.
  4. Actually some of the DSP’s are shitty. Imola 2011 specifically. It has this weird pause between each track that’s like half a second and it’s annoying AF. I downloaded the show elsewhere from another person’s DSP’s and it didn’t have that issue. plus a lot of these are altered. Like SOTD from San Bernardino 2007 has it’s genre listed as alternative in iTunes and yet no other file or DSP has a genre. Virginia Beach 2007 has multiples for most tracks and some are lower quality. Tons of stuff.
  5. The one he played in 2005 for Katrina was probably one of his all time best performances of his entire life. It’s a shame what DBS ended up becoming.
  6. So Chester’s anniversary is coming up and I’ve been listening to a bunch of stuff lately. And I keep listening to Let Down. It really is an amazing song. I already loved it since the first time that I heard it but for some reason it seems even more epic now. The 2005 acoustic one that he played on TV in 2005 is simply amazing. The demo version is probably my favorite version of it, the one that was leaked last year. The studio version is good too but I like the earlier renditions. Either way, no matter what version you like, it’s a great song. And I think it was one of those songs that Chester wrote that was really close to his heart. You can hear the pain and emotion in his voice. It’s sad but you can also hear a sense of anger in it, even though he sings it beautifully. It’s really an amazing song. It’s also underrated as hell, I feel like. Only hardcore fans of Chester know it. I bet some LP fans don’t even know it, or know about the 2005 version, etc.
  7. Ahh, of course. I think LPL knows the history of the band more than anyone out there, including the band.
  8. For anyone who has this...is there anything ''new''? I mean I think I know the story of the band's career as do most fans on LPL. But maybe there is some info previously unknown.
  9. So anyone know when this plans on dropping? They've been promoting it since like 2017.
  10. Damn we need to archive all this stuff before it’s lost forever. So much LP media from all eras.
  11. Anyone have a MEGA link for this audio rip? Google Drive barely works on my computer.
  12. Nobody cares about Chester’s final show on here so good luck trying to find someone who snagged it. Birmingham 2017 should be considered one of the most legendary shows ever in history but it doesn’t get the respect it deserves. Should have been released in full SBD quality at the very least. A DVD even. And anyone who recorded the show who is out there and won’t share it (we know someone did) shame on ya.
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