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  1. Jeff Blue can probably leak those Xero tracks. It would have to be leaked somewhere private or somewhere public while Jeff Blue being anonymous. Warner doesn't care about Mark Wakefield. There's no way Jeff Blue an leak any Hybrid Theory/Linkin Park tracks. He would be at the mercy of Warner. Warner cares about Chester Bennington.
  2. Is Chester singing the first or second verse of Pictureboard? I can tell he is singing it, I just don't know whether it's the first or the second verse of the song he's singing.
  3. I agree. He should buy that Hybrid Theory Lockout performance off Marc Ostrick.
  4. What do you mean? How is it not Mark Wakefield? It says on Linkinpedia, since it didn't sound like the band Wakefield, and since it wasn't the band Wakefield at all, based purely on the voice and the fact that no one have ever been able to attribute it to any other artist, it is believed to be a Mark Wakefield solo song.
  5. Is Ground Xero, by Mark Wakefield, from 1998 or 1999?
  6. Is this the sample you were talking about? 101strg2
  7. Is Mark Wakefield in Amongst Wolves or is that a different Mark Wakefield?
  8. What's In The Eye (Acoustic) (Amends) [Target, Japan, Saturn Bonus Track] What's In The Eye (Stripped) (Amends... Stripped) Sometimes (Acoustic) (Amends) [Target, Japan, Saturn Bonus Track] Sometimes (Stripped) (Amends... Stripped) Soul Song (Acoustic) (Amends) [Walmart Bonus Track] Soul Song (Stripped) (Amends... Stripped) I'm pretty sure between both acoustic & stripped version of "What's In The Eye", "Sometimes", & "Soul Song" from Amends (Walmart, Target, Japan, Saturn Exclusives) & Amends... Stripped, they are either the same song or slightly different versions from one another.
  9. I asked the question, on the Quick Question topic, if that sample is a sample of the song Ashes (1999 Demo) that was on the first demo CD with Chester that Jeff Blue mentioned in his book.
  10. A Place For My Head should be the single. The performance of the song at that show was epic af, especially the bridge, that was the epic part of the song right there.
  11. Can't wait for the video to be released. I wonder what information he will tell or inform us about.
  12. The Down Syndrome (Acoustic) (...No Sun Today) The Syndrome (Stripped) (Amends... Stripped) They sound similar. Not too sure if they are the exact same vocal take, but I'm sure someone will figure it out sooner or later.
  13. I think it is the same vocal take because the same studio conversation from the acoustic version of "The Down Syndrome" from "...No Sun Today" is at the beginning of "The Syndrome" from "Amends... Stripped". Not too sure if they used the Amends version of the song for the bridge or not.
  14. Is this a sample of Ashes (1999 Demo) that Jeff Blue mentioned in his book? ASHES_BE
  15. During "Stick N Move", the strings in the song are sampled from Giacomo Puccini's Madama Butterfly, Act II: "Un bel dì vedremo". When does the sample occur in "Stick N Move" and where in the sampled song "Un bel dì vedremo" is the part where it's sampled in "Stick N Move"? Stick N Move (Xero Demo) (Mark Wakefield): Stick N Move (Demo) (Chester Bennington): Giacomo Puccini - Madame Butterfly: Un Bel Di Vedremo
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