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Hahninator

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  • Birthday 05/13/1991

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  • LP Shows Attended
    Show count: 32 shows 2007.08.07 - Atlanta, GA 2008.07.30 - Charlotte, NC 2008.08.01 - West Palm Beach, FL 2008.08.02 - Tampa, FL 2008.08.03 - Atlanta, GA 2009.07.23 - Graz, Austria 2009.07.28 - Zürich, Switzerland 2009.07.30 - Stuttgart, Germany 2009.08.02 - Gräfenhainichen, Germany 2011.01.20 - Sunrise, FL (US Tour Rehearsal) 2011.01.20 - Sunrise, FL 2011.01.22 - Tampa, FL 2011.01.23 - Atlanta, GA 2012.08.10 - Bristow, VA (HCT Rehearsal) 2012.08.11 - Bristow, VA 2012.08.12 - Uncasville, CT 2012.08.14 - Mansfield, MA 2012.08.15 - Wantagh, NY 2012.08.17 - Camden, NJ (LPU Summit #6) 2012.08.19 - Alpharetta, GA 2014.08.06 - West Palm Beach, FL (Carnivores Rehearsal) 2014.08.08 - West Palm Beach, FL 2014.08.09 - Tampa, FL 2014.08.12 - Charlotte, NC 2014.08.13 - Bristow, VA 2014.08.15 - Camden, NJ 2014.08.16 - Mansfield, MA 2014.08.18 - Holmdel, NJ 2014.08.19 - Wantagh, NY 2015.01.15 - Orlando, FL 2015.01.17 - Nashville, TN 2015.05.15 - Columbus, OH

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    2019.03.05 - Hannover, Germany

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    2019.03.03 - Bremen, Germany

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    DSP's: Select Picks

    I feel like Geki and I could really nominate some awesome performances from DSPs. Let me think about it.
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    What microphone did Chester use live?

    Check the Reverb gear auction archive for the ones that sold that he used.
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    Introducing the LPLive Archive

    Request it in the video forum for now. We will try to do this project next but it will take a long time due to how many video recordings there are. LMAO
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    Custom Setlists

    Two setlists for the Living Things World Tour, with Roads Untraveled, Powerless, I'll Be Gone, Castle Of Glass, and Until It Breaks. Plus you get normal staples like Burn It Down, Victimized, and Lost In The Echo, as well as In My Remains. That's what the album deserved live. Both have enough rarities to entice you to see multiple shows. My goal was to just include as many Living Things songs as possible (minus Lies Greed Misery) but with all of the normal songs they were playing on the world tour at the time. Lost In The Echo Faint Papercut Given Up In My Remains Points Of Authority When They Come For Me Somewhere I Belong What I've Done Waiting For The End Breaking The Habit Castle Of Glass The Catalyst Burn It Down Numb I'll Be Gone In The End One Step Closer ------------ New Divide Tinfoil Powerless Bleed It Out A Place For My Head Papercut With You Victimized Points Of Authority Lying From You Lost In The Echo New Divide Castle Of Glass Numb What I've Done Roads Untraveled Waiting For The End Breaking The Habit Burn It Down The Catalyst Until It Breaks Crawling Bleed It Out --------- One Step Closer In The End Faint
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    Review: "Cross Off" - Mark Morton featuring Chester

    Chester said something on Twitter last year about Until It's Gone being some sort of political move the band had to do, like WBR maybe wanted it on the album or something. Or maybe that is why they felt like they had to play it live. Who knows.
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    "Looking for an Answer" (Brand New Song)

    I think that's exactly what will happen here in the next year or two. A new album, plenty of old songs in the show but new songs as well which will be helpful for Mike vocally, and a release of LFAA. They are very smart with marketing and commercial success, they know they can write 1-2 solid singles for the comeback and the band will be just fine when they roll out on the world tour.
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    Review: "Cross Off" - Mark Morton featuring Chester

    I don't know if OML is worse than THP. Really hard to decide on that. I like OML a lot more now than when it first came out.
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    Review: "Cross Off" - Mark Morton featuring Chester

    Maybe THP would have been a better album if LP had gone with the style of Final Masquerade and wrote semi-heavy songs, but not the super heavy attempts at rock. I really like Final Masq a lot.
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    Technical Difficulties?

    That's great. They probably just didn't credit him anywhere since he executive produced the album and taught Ryan how to sing the songs, and CB is all over the album way down in the mixes. Really cool.
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    "Looking for an Answer" (Brand New Song)

    100% agreed with both of you. Mike's world tour has made it very evident Linkin Park is going to be just fine with 5 members and Mike on lead vocals. Mike's vocals live have improved tenfold from just May and that solely has to do with him singing so much on stage each night. Well, he may have hired a vocal coach too, secretly, but I don't know that for sure. It wouldn't have surprised me, though, because he REALLY stepped it up. Compare the first Sorry For Now and Roads Untraveled to the ones now. Garret is right, they don't need to play all the heavy songs. There are enough he can do now like Rebellion (with a rap verse bridge), etc. Lots of small adjustments can be made to a few of the heavier songs to get those in the set, like Papercut. Songs like New Divide, Crawling, etc are gone. However, hell, Mike has been playing a fantastic piano version of Heavy that he could easily do with New Divide - LPTV has a great clip of one like that when he was writing New Divide. Mike can do most of the vocals on OML. Whatever he and LP decide to do for a setlist, it's going to be good. He's playing so much Linkin Park right now. When They Come For Me, Castle Of Glass, Until It Breaks, Roads Untraveled, Iridescent, some version of Waiting For The End (totally fine if WYG stays with it, because Mike tells epic stories about Chester with WFTE when he does that), Papercut, In The End, Heavy, Burn It Down, Sorry For Now, It's Goin' Down, Robot Boy. That isn't even getting into songs he hasn't done but can easily handle vocally like Nobody Can Save Me, Battle Symphony, One More Light, Burning In The Skies, In Between, most of Little Things, most of The Catalyst, and interludes like Wisdom Justice Love, Fallout, etc. They can adapt enough singles in the set to make it work and I think they know that now.
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