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  1. Linkin Park Living Things review. This album is very strong, fast-paced and full of energy. Not like Hybrid Theory, but in a sense is harnesses the same kind of power and energy. LOST IN THE ECHO: Starts with percussion and soft synths. Very nu-metal with Mike rapping hard. "Each word gets lost in the echo" Chester sings as the song's power raises up. IN MY REMAINS: Digital blitz. Very high energized song with electronic dance beats. "Wash away the worst of me, and leave what's left in my remains" screams Chester in the refrain. Army drums calm the song as Mike sings "like an army fall
  2. If you think Meteora was better than A Thousand Suns than you need to get your ears checked. I mean are we hearing the same album here? What's the deal? Meteora was more formulaic, polished, and more dumbed-down than Hybrid Theory was. The whole album felt like it was just made for the masses and not for themselves. Songs like "Hit The Floor" and "Don't Stay" never should've seen the light of day, let alone become fan favorites. On the other end of the spectrum A Thousand Suns was an adventure before it even came out. The promotion of the album was phenomonal. The dark pictures, the creepy
  3. Anyone complaining about getting only 37 minutes of music should just stop right now. Since the release of A Thousand Suns we were given two LP Underground CD's both clocking in close to 35 minutes each. So within the 18 month wait between albums we were given a little bit more than an hour of new music/old demos.
  4. Everybody likes to play the "unexcited" role these days. When a positive review comes out I see people trying to keep their enthusiasm low and I don't get why. It doesn't make sense. When an A Thousand Suns article came out with six song descriptions everyone was like "oh this is beautiful! four minute songs? mike singing more? odd structures? omgomgomg!" but when these articles for LIVING THINGS come out there are some people that are like "meh Mike said that 50% of these are wrong so i'm sticking with his opinion". I haven't seen one bad review of any of Linkin Park's new material yet.
  5. Everybody they just added POWERLESS to the review! I edited the main post
  6. "In My Remains" sounds like it's going to be really good. I noticed they forgot the last two tracks.
  7. Artist Direct posted a review of LIVING THINGS: LIVING THINGS comes to life with a blip of cackling feedback on "LOST IN THE ECHO". Soon, everything is subsumed by earth-shaking beats from drummer Rob Bourdon and airy synth sorcery by Joe Hahn. Brad Delson's guitars gut the swell as Mike Shinoda launches into an airtight verse beginning with the words, "You were that foundation". Chester Bennington sounds potently pristine during the stadium-size refrain, locking into an impenetrable harmony with Shinoda. They remain the most intriguing duo in music at large, and their interplay here is ut
  8. I'm just glad this site is professionally managed. I would hate to refresh this page and see a bottle of ketchup, everyone with potatoes in their signature, and people who are purposely smart-asses just to be funny and tease with new members. It's annoying and ridiculous. This site isn't dead. Like someone said earlier, if you delete any nonsense post in that thread on LPA and it's going from 38 pages to maybe 5-7
  9. Hey guys, I moved to this site because the LPA is just too off-topic and boring for me, but now we are all going off-topic in this thread by bashing their members and what they are doing. Lets not be hypocrites. Lets be heroes and do some REAL work.
  10. Hopefully everyone stays focused here and doesn't go off on meme tangents and "oh I live in Philadelphia I got this" rants. Let's be the group of fans who figures this out! I'm guessing there will be some kind of artwork or message leading to the next clue.
  11. I hate when people pull those three songs out of an eleven song album and try to say that this album was creative. "well 27 percent of the album was like uhh creative!"
  12. Meteora was terrible. The reason I didn't like it was simply because of the demos we got in the past three LPU Cd's. They made me realize how much better it could have been. Instead we got a carbon-copy of Hybrid Theory.
  13. If anyone wants to pre-order the album they should pre-order it here at LPLive. You're basically buying the album as you normally would, but you also get a reward (which is shaping out to be a demo of Frgt/10) for helping out your favorite Linkin Park fansite! It's a win-win-win situation. Yeah three wins. Pre-order the album, help your favorite fan site, and get rewarded. LET'S DO IT GUYS!
  14. Maybe it's not about the song, but it's about the lyrics! We're getting a picture with a spot of dirty yellow lights that are flooding a floor!