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  1. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/life-after-suicide/id1460022071
  2. I disagree but I will explain why. LPLive, in the past, has taken a stance of being very... "pro-leak". We leaked a lot of stuff ourselves, a substantial amount of that being studio demos and professionally recorded stuff. The band and label looked the other way on most of that stuff until Chester passed. The conversations I had with them after I posted the Chester Dead By Sunrise demos indicated that their position has changed, RIGHTFULLY so since Chester is no longer here and the "vault" of stuff is now limited with no future additions by Chester being possible. They have been nothing but courteous to us in the past when we posted things like the Reanimation demos, etc. Mike wasn't against us sharing Xero demos, stuff like that. WBR knows this song leaked. The band knows this song leaked. If they wanted to make a statement on it, they would. They are in an extremely vulnerable situation right now. Mike's world tour is over, there is complete silence from LP, etc. They are obviously trying to figure out if they can go on as a group, and if so, how. And on top of all of those difficult discussions, now a full song from the OML era leaks out of nowhere meaning they probably are unsure of how it even happened. So what else is compromised? Imagine being in the band and that happens. If Mike wanted us to have it, share it, and talk all about it, he'd have addressed it like he has addressed leaks before. Warner is going to bat 110% for LP right now because of those reasons. Sure, they can look the other way on stuff, but that's a dick move to leak a full Linkin Park song when the band is in such a terrible spot. I don't blame them at all for going after the song. They obviously don't want to promote the song as it has no business being out there. If it was intended to be released, it would be released. Their first "promoted release" after OML Live isn't going to be some early OML demo. This typically wouldn't be a big deal. Mike would probably be like "lol, you guys found something cool", but it's all about the timing, it's all about this happening so soon (in real terms for the band) after Chester's passing, and it happening by someone not affiliated with the band. For those reasons, I'm on their side on this one.
  3. I feel like Geki and I could really nominate some awesome performances from DSPs. Let me think about it.
  4. Check the Reverb gear auction archive for the ones that sold that he used.
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. It appears labels are screwing up and pushing the releases out early. Not sure why. Official release for this single is next month. Would be nice if they filmed enough material in the studio to have a music video. Each member playing their parts, some clips of Chester singing. Some clips of them talking or writing down lyrics. Would be cool.
  14. Just message Ryan on Facebook and he will reply if you want to know. I think, yes, Chester is on Technical Difficulties.
  15. https://markmorton.merchnow.com/products/v2/282417/anesthetic-lp Vinyl
  16. It has now been a year since Mike posted the video in the studio of Looking For An Answer. At that time, he said he sent it to Linkin Park to look at and that Rob was going to work on drums for it. That really took it out of "Post Traumatic" consideration for me as I interpreted it as a Linkin Park song at that time. But music is obviously interchangeable between the two, as Mike released Place To Start and Make It Up As I Go (both from the OML sessions). What do you think happens with the song? There are a lot of rumblings from Phoenix and Mike about wanting to continue Linkin Park one day and they both say they "think" Linkin Park will make music again sometime. Mike is also working on new music right now but he said LFAA didn't fit with Post Traumatic. Inevitably, it likely will not fit with the new music he's writing as he is moving forward subject-wise on music (you can see that with PT too). He mentioned in an interview this year that he has addressed the situation with his solo music, but Linkin Park had not addressed it with music yet. Do you think they are saving it for possible Linkin Park consideration if/when the band returns? It would be an awesome first song to release.
  17. The first studio recording featuring the beloved Chester Bennington being released after July 2017 has leaked online. It appears that Apple Music mistakenly put the track "Cross Off" online for an extended period, the collaboration with Mark Morton from Lamb of God that is on his upcoming Anesthetic album. The track will be released as a single on January 8th, 2019. "Cross Off" is a very heavy song, with Chester adding a mixture of screaming, singing, and rapping over huge riffs, aggressive drums, and metal breakdowns. The song shows off his uncommon ability to be able to collaborate with artists from any genre of music, whether it be hip hop, alternative rock, classic rock, etc and deliver an exceptional end product. It is a stark contrast to the pop sound of Linkin Park's One More Light album, showing Chester was still in his prime for his musical contributions in any genre. "Cross Off" could be one of Chester's most impressive vocal performances to date. The song is a huge jam that any fans of Chester's will likely enjoy over and over again for years to come. Here is a clip of Chester filming inside the studio when he recorded the track. In April 2017, Chester tweeted, "The track I did with Mark Morton is SICK", "Who wants to hear me scream???", "I can't wait for you all to hear what Mark, Josh and I did in the studio the other night". Unfortunately at this time, we do not know who else is on the track with Mark and Chester. Mark said David Ellefson (Megadeth) played bass and Roy Mayorga (Stone Sour) played drums on lead single "The Truth Is Dead" as well as "The Never", but it is unclear if they are on this track as well. As a reminder, LPLive will NOT be allowing links to the leak here whatsoever. Make sure to purchase the album to support Mark Morton, especially as a thank you for releasing this track with Chester. Preorder Anesthetic now. Own the physical album with bundles here. Make sure to visit our Linkinpedia page for more information. 12/18 EDIT: The song has now been officially released via Apple Music, Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Deezer, and more. 12/19 EDIT: The song has now been taken down from all official release platforms. Lyrics: Cross off the days gone Cross off the days gone Gone by Wasting away our self inflicted slow decay What should have been, what never was Became the end for both of us Heavy is the hand that points the finger (finger) Heavy is the heart that's filled with anger (anger) So lay them all to waste Years you've decided to erase And cross off the days So black out and hide behind the lines Keep staring down the sun and note the Light will finally blind your eyes, it's the end Cross off the days gone by Cross off the days gone by Cross off the days gone by Cutting you free The phantom that was part of me You have lived, you have lost The separation's worth the cost Heavy are the voices that go unspoken (spoken) Heavy are the promises now broken (broken) Well you burn below the chased Upon destruction in your wake Cross off the days So black out and hide behind the lines Keep staring down the sun and note the Light will finally blind your eyes, it's the end Cross off the days gone by Cross off the days gone by Cross off the days gone Gone by Making my way back from the madness Shooting my thoughts through the blackness And the sadness, but the fact is I'm shooting through words like a clenched fist Fuck sanity, I wanna bleed Can't kill the pain It's everything It's all I feel It's what I breathe Through the hate I breathe into what I need Heavy is the hand that points the finger (finger) Heavy is the heart that's filled with anger (anger) Did you survey everything you laid to waste You cross off the days So black out and hide behind the lines Keep staring down the sun and note the Light will finally blind your eyes, it's the end Cross off the days gone by Cross off the days gone by Cross off the days gone by
  18. Following several successful videos in collaboration with Fan Footage, Mike Shinoda recently asked fans to film his latest single "Make It Up As I Go" at his November 2nd Los Angeles show. The finished product is out now and we are happy to exclusively present "Make It Up As I Go", live at the Hollywood Palladium! Linkin Park has worked with Fan Footage several times in the past, including "Until It's Gone" at Milan 2014 and "Talking To Myself" at Amsterdam 2017. The "Talking To Myself" video boasts a shocking 58+ hours of footage that was edited down into the video. Additionally, the band released a live video for "Waiting For The End" from Chicago and St. Paul 2011 with footage shot by fans.
  19. This is great. First of many, I bet, that come out in due time. I think Chester recorded enough music for us to have new stuff by him for a very long time.
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