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  1. As I said in the shoutbox, I really hope the crowd reaction makes LP announce some proper Spain dates for once on upcoming tours.
  2. Home now and had a chance to listen to it. Really not a fan, it's without a doubt the worst album they've put out. With that said, there are some bits I like: - I like TTM as a whole since, as someone else on here said, it sounds like what "Linkin park does Pop" should have sounded like. - GG. I like the idea behind this songs, but as others have said, it could have really done without the featured artists and should have just had Mike do the rapping - BS. Compared to everyone else, I actually kind of like this, It reminds me of a stripped down LITE. Plus always love when ever a song utilizes those army like drum rolls. That's really about it, everything else is just terrible. I can see me going back and listening to 2 of those songs above and the live version of GG. I'm glad "Rammstein:Paris" leaked today to give me something else to listen to
  3. He never said that. He's only asking what peoples preferences are.
  4. I'm liking TTM a bit better than he other songs, and it's giving me a little bit of hope, but I'm still not that optimistic.
  5. I might be reading too far into this, but do you guys think that them going from Heavy straight into a classic (Papercut) was an attempt to minimize a bad crowd reaction from Heavy?
  6. As someone that hasn't really been following LP live for the past few years, can someone explain this to me? I've seen it mentioned a couple of times and am curious what it refers to.
  7. I'd usually take reviews with a grain of salt since most people only leave reviews if they feel they had a bad experience, while that could only be a small fraction of the people that used their services, especially on yelp. As for the low tier vip, I have to imagine that includes Early entry even if it isn't advertised as the designated check-ins are usually done at the same time as higher vip tiers.
  8. I'm kind of not surprised the £549 one sold out so quickly, the signed guitar really makes up the price they are asking for almost on it's own. Yup. The 2 lower tier vip for the Metallica are pretty reasonably priced, the 2.5k one is batshit insane for what is basically just a M&G on top of the 2nd tier one.
  9. I like this miles better than Heavy (admittedly not really saying much). Still not liking the direction LP seem to be going with this album though.
  10. Cause if you don't like Heavy you're obviously a fan that is begging for HT 3.0 /s
  11. I don't know. While it did seem like joking around, it still felt like there was an underlying message that they don't like their early days anymore and just want to put it behind them and forget it happened. Maybe I am reading into it a bit much, and the upcoming weeks/months with the release and tour may change my thoughts, but I'm not optimistic for the time being.
  12. I much prefer the heavy version. My only problem with the band is how much the just seem to resent nu metal and their original sound now, You can guarantee they would have pulled a BMTH by this point and completely stopped playing stuff pre-ATS if it wasn't for stuff like ITE, Numb, etc, being as big a hits as they are. Chesters comment at the end also just felt like a "fuck you" to anyone that got into them back in the HT days.
  13. Because Foos and Muse sell more albums in Italy than LP? Most of those plays on Spotify are probably from people listening to the first 2 albums, hell, 60% of the plays on LP's top 10 Spotify tracks are from the first 2 albums and Collision Course.
  14. My bad, been out of the LP loop for so long I didn't realise most (all?) ATS stuff had the stems available.
  15. I agree with that, and with the way Heavy is sounding, it's looking like LP aren't really going to do it. I've seen other people saying it's grown on them after a few listens, but I've given it 5-6 listens now and it's just really not for me, I still really don't like it. It's made even worse cause I know I'm going to be listening to this song non-stop on the radio this summer.
  16. Referring to the album versions (and ignoring interludes and The Requiem), you could also include Blackout ("Guitar" parts are keyboard/sampled in & Drum Machine instead of Rob), Wretches and Kings (Drum Machine instead of Rob, Bass is sampled/keyboard instead of Dave), Waiting For The End ("Guitar" parts are keyboard/sampled in) and (sort of) The Catalyst (Aside for the outro, it's all drum machine and keyboard). At this point, Brad and Dave could literally just become Live members. As for MTM, only one I can think of that you could be referring to is In Between, which, let's be honest, was the worst song on the album.
  17. Pretty sure he's referring to songs where the whole band plays instead of just parts of it.
  18. You know, aside for the part where Mike said this song was a good representation of the album and this wasn't a case of 1 single sounding different from the rest. Personally, this song is awful. I absolutely hate it. I understand band evolve over time, but if 20 years of evolution for LP has lead up to them making a generic modern pop song/album, I consider it all for naught. It's made even more of a slap in the face after the bands comments during the THP cycle.
  19. Ignoring the last few posts about the Ryu situation, I've had a few listens to the track, and holy hell is it generic. If I wasn't told before hand that it was Mike rapping, I'd never of thought it was Fort Minor. For the video,while the 360 effect is impressive, I just see it as wasted potential. Aside for the scene during the solo with Mike playing all the instruments, everything that you really need to look at is in one direction. I would have preferred if there was actually something going on in the other directions.
  20. *cough*Full LP Show*cough* *cough*setlist was shorter than what the were playing at the time*cough*
  21. ^Travelling is not the problem, I don't mind travelling, hell, I've been going to Download for the past 5 years. The point of a tour is that the band comes to you, not the other way around.
  22. I think the band was on top form during LIT, the audience on the other hand I felt was lacking, like they were there for Metallica mainly and not so much LP so they didn't really get into it. Also hate the mixing on LIT, it completely mutes anything other than the bands instruments during the performance and you can't really hear the crowd, it's this reason I like Rammstein's Volkerball, you can hear the crowd throughout the whole concert (admittedly it's a bit quieter during the songs, but not by that nuch), chanting along to song, singing along, etc.
  23. Spain says "hi". The last Full LP show in Spain was 2003. 2008 if you count festivals.
  24. ^Yes, but Glastonbury has a lot more support from BBC/Channel 4/etc. compared to Download, Unless download is able to pick up enough companies to back it to allow it to host the live stream again or allow them to show the whole shows on tv, it ain't going to happen.
  25. No Spain again, well there's a surprise... And I know LP love germany, but this is just taking the piss.
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