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Qwerty18

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  1. Yep, no need to get into this argument, you wouldn't convince me anyway, even with all caps
  2. You've been hanging around on LPA too much... Just kidding, eh. But, there isn't such things as "musically immature". Lyrics can be immature, but not the music. Kids like heavy guitars? Good for them. That won't stop me for also liking them, even if I'm not exactly a kid anymore. And "accomplished what they wanted" argument is funny, since I guess, they accomplish what they want with each album release. They did wanted to make reminescent from the past music this time, and so they did.
  3. 1. Don't Stay (RIR 2004 intro) 2. QWERTY (2006 version) 3. Given Up 4. With You 5. When They Come For Me (Empty Space intro) 6. Lies Greed Misery 7. Points of Authority 8. Lost In The Echo (2012 intro) 9. Waiting For The End 10. Castle of Glass 11. High Voltage (2001 version) 12. Blackout 13. Figure.09 14. From The Inside 15. What I've Done (AMBO intro) 16. The Catalyst 17. P5hng Me A*wy 18. Powerless 19. Bleed It Out (Burning in the Sky or Sabotage cover) ENCORE 20. A Place For My Head 21. Papercut 22. Faint 23. One Step Closer
  4. Yep, this. Well, yes, since he said he liked The Catalyst and Burn It Down. To me, it sounded like he basically hated all LP stuff, the "old teeny nu metal stuff", and the "new pretentious stuff". Not that I care about what some random critics says btw. It's not the first time someone is bashing on LP, and it will not be the last.
  5. Don't stay or Figure would be great. They're designed to be live songs.
  6. I don't see anything negative about LP renewing their contract with Warner. The band seems to be free creatively, and the fact LP still is under Warner allows us to hear those old LP demos each year. And also, I'm pretty sure LP would loose a lot of popularity if it was not for Warner promotion. Honestly, I think that a lot of the people who want LP to leave Warner think that way because they assume LP will become much more creative if they go indie. Especially those who believe Living Things was made because of label pressure. This whole argument sounds artificial to me; I really think L
  7. Bruiser and Space Station are awesome! I like them way more than Complimentary Also, how strange to have samples of unreleased LP songs (Chicken Baskets, Sakura,...) without having actually hear those songs?
  8. Mike being the brain of the band isn't new to me lol However, I think we don't give Brad enough credit for what he does in the music process. In LPTVs/making of records, we can often see both him and Mike discussing where the songs should be going.
  9. Even if it was a little forced, I'm still glad we got Condemned. Definitely a favorite of mine, along with Walking In Circles.
  10. Yeah, Kittie was one of the few I didn't know either. Well, I knew the band, and I remember Mike saying a while ago (during the HT or Meteora days) that he liked it, but I had never heard that particular song... the riff in it is seriously awesome !
  11. Ah, it was nice to hear those songs again! And as I said earlier in this thread, who cares if a genre is "dead" or not? The main thing is, some people are still enjoying it, deal with it
  12. Honestly, I'm not really interested. LP videos have kind of sucked lately. Yes, even COG, I'm not a fan of it.
  13. Qwerty in 2006 has to be his most brutal performance ever. To me, his screams during that performance were simply on fucking point...Love it!
  14. That x100000 Maybe The Messenger in place of Robot Boy, which I kinda enjoy, though
  15. LOl that thread might be fun! 1. Clarity (Like it, but it would be so boooring as an opener) 2. Fallout. (...especially followed by this...) 3. Irridescent (and this) 4. Robot Boy (and so on...) 5. Wisdom Justice Love 6. Leave Out All The Rest 7. Shadow of The Day 8. Random Foreword 9. In Between (I like it, but it would just be ridiculous to see it introduced by foreword) 10. Random Foreword 2 11. Burn It Down (commercial single era begins) 12. What I've Done 13. New Divide 14. Numb 15. In The End (and commercial single era ends) 16. Last Random Foreword 1
  16. Yep, I agree with this. Telling people to stop listening to a musical style because it's supposed to be dead is ridiculous. Personnaly, I love nu-metal, 80's new wave music, 90's grunge and other genres that aren't really trendy to do anymore. But who cares, since I still enjoy listening to that music
  17. I'm too lazy to make an entire tracklist, but here is how it would have begun.... 1. Annoncement Service Public 2. Qwerty 3. Across The Line (with the heavy intro - acetate version) 4. What We Don't Know 5. Asbestos (a completed version) + Wake transition into.. 6. Given Up I have this tracklist in my music library, and I love the tone MTM could have had with such songs. For the other tracks, I'd have included Blackbirds, In Pieces, TLTGYA, No More Sorrow, HHH, and NRL, but I don't know the order. Maybe WID and BIO. Also, maybe Pale as an interlude, but in a shortened
  18. Waiting for confirmation from the members here who heard it, but I think this could really be Bruiser (only a snippet though)...It fits the description, and it sounds very LP-ish.
  19. Not possible. The BMI repertoire don't mention demos titles of released song (Bang Three, Drum Songs, Fear are not on it for example). Debris and HHH are both listed in that repertoire, so they're totally different songs.
  20. Asbestos And So Far way are my favorite. Voted for the first one, I like it a little better.
  21. I love this new release! Pepper, Ominous, and So Far Away all have that old LP vibe I'm a fan of (and I'm not even talking about the heavy guitars, it's more about the samples, and Mike melodies in So far away). So far Away might be my favorite on the CD. So fucking happy we're getting a new unreleased HT-era track! Now, the MTM material. First, I have to say, it was a nice surprise to see that much material from that era. But some of those are the less good stuff on the CD I guess... Homecoming and Asbestos are really amazing though! Nice to finally get some MTM heavier demos.
  22. I'd say yes, since it was probably written for their next album. Even if at the time, they didn't know it would be called MTM and all.
  23. Out of 365 days, that server problem had to happen today.
  24. Yep, LPU down. Maybe I've talked too fast when saying it wouldn't surface today