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  1. Was it Dave Farrell or Andrew Lanoie that did bass for the 1998 Xero demos of "Rhinestone", "Stick N Move", & "Step Up"?
  2. Is that part I put down before the chorus the verse or the pre-chorus?
  3. I'm guessing only time will tell until "Thoughts That Take Away My Pride", which probably has a real name besides that, gets released by Linkin Park.
  4. Oh yeah, by the way, that was me who put those lyrics up on Genius. I only put the lyrics I could interpret/see from the lyric sheet of the song. That's why it's not complete. We need to know if there are more lyrics to the song. Or we could ask Mike to see if he, somehow, remembers the name of the song, the lyrics, and see if he has the lyric sheet to the song.
  5. I don't know if someone's made a topic about this, but I'm making a topic about it. On the "Art of Meteora" I saw something... interesting. During one scene there are what appears to be lyrics from an unknown Meteora demo we probably don't know about that was scribbled on the Meteora art wall by Chester. The lyrics are "I've carried this weight for too long... Dissassociated, unappreciated. And everything I've hated, keeping me so jaded. I look into the mirror, and I hate what I see. Disfuction, alive in front of me." During another scene you can see the lyrics to another unknown Meteora demo.
  6. Not only could we do that but we should also somehow find a way to show him that small snippet from "Making of Meteora"/"LPTV Episode 5: The Vocals" of when Chester sings the first part of the chorus of "Thoughts That Take Away My Pride".
  7. Well, lets hope it gets released sometime in the future, either by Jeff Blue or Linkin Park. Also, is "Xero Reborn" actually "Ashes"?
  8. I'm wondering if and when this will get leaked/released?
  9. We should ask Mike about "Pointillism" and the soundtrack he was working on at the time.
  10. Now that you think about it, the title "Fuckin Or What?" it does indeed sound like an unusual title for that of a Linkin Park song.
  11. Bambitt first mentioned this song in the "Pointillism (Xero/Mike Shinoda Demo)" topic, but I thought I should make this it's own topic. I also searched it up through BMI and saw it. I wonder what it is. "Fuckin Or What" (Legal Title) - Xero/Linkin Park This song is... interesting. It's credited to Chester Bennington, Rob Bourdon, Brad Delson, Dave "Pheonix" Farrell, Joe Hahn, Mike Shinoda, & Mark Wakefield as songwriters, which is not just the Xero lineup, but also the Linkin Park lineup. It also mentions the performers are Xero & Linkin Park.
  12. I just searched it up through BMI. I also saw it, I wonder what it is. F**kin Or What BMI 1 F**kin Or What BMI 2 F**kin Or What BMI 3 F**kin Or What BMI 4 Do we know what this song is? (Forget this comment I said. This song belongs to a different band called "Xero".)
  13. Jeff Blue also describes Esaul, Slip, and Step Up in his One Step Closer: From Xero to #1: Becoming Linkin Park book: Esaul: "Brad’s guitar line in "Esaul” felt iconic. The back and forth with Joe on the turntables reminded me of a western movie duel. This was already on of my favorites during rehearsals." Slip: "Mike’s verses on "Slip” were intoxicating. His talent was on full display as the pre-chorus flowed seamlessly into a slightly underwhelming chorus. But his brilliant vocal interplay with Brad’s guitar in the first half of the intense bridge leading into a cath