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Hybrid1988

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    03.24.2003 - LP Underground Tour - The Wiltern 08.09.2003 - Summer Sanitarium Tour - Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 03.15.2004 - Meteora North American Tour - The Forum 05.18.2007 - Jimmy Kimmel Live - House of Blues Sunset Strip 06.22.2009 - Transformers 2 Premiere - Westwood, CA 09.12.2010 - MTV Video Music Awards - Griffith Observatory 02.23.2011 - A Thousand Suns North American Tour - Staples Center 05.18.2012 - Music For Relief/Power The World Benefit - House of Blues Sunset Strip 06.27.2012 - Jimmy Kimmel Live - Hollywood, CA 06.29.2012 - X-Games Music - Club Nokia 09.08.2012 - Honda Civic Tour - The Home Depot Center 02.16.2013 - Living Things Tour - PH Live at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino 08.03.2013 - Sunset Strip Music Festival - Sunset Strip, Hollywood, CA 01.11.2014 - MFR Concert for the Philippines - Club Nokia 06.18.2014 - The Hunting Party Release Show - iHeartRadio Theater 06.22.2014 - Vans Warped Tour - Seaside Park 09.15.2014 - The Carnivores Tour - Hollywood Bowl 12.13.2014 - KROQ Almost Acoustic X-Mas - The Forum 05.22.2017 - iHeartRadio Album Release Party - iHeartRadio Theater 10.27.2017 - Linkin Park and Friends: Celebrate Life in Honor of Chester Bennington - Hollywood Bowl

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  1. First listen hot take: This album is pure fucking flames! I was skeptical of the guest features but they really brought something special to the album. Never listened to K. Flay before this and was pleasantly surprised with how well her Vocals complimented Mike's production. IOU is an ignant banger. Worlds on Fire sounds heavily NIN inspired. Overall, my expectations were met and exceeded!
  2. Ill be at Identity! Tons of hardcore LP fans will be going. Should be lots of fun! Ill try my best to keep a record of the set if nobody else can. Signed up for a m&g too so mabe Ill get to chat with mike for a quick sec. Oh and this post reminds me, Im totally calling a Dan Reynolds collab. If not on the album then live. Edit: didnt see that the track list was posted earlier. Oops! Haha
  3. Every song Mike makes fits his solo project by virtue of the fact that its Mike himself creating it
  4. The song is much more light and poppy than anything off post traumatic. But as you can see from the lyrics so far, its still very personal. I think the song is great!
  5. Aww yes LPL takeover! I'll definitely be in attendance!
  6. Alright bear with me here, I'm pretty tired after a day at work and being outside with fellow fans. Not to mention this was played in the middle of a ~50 person circle with a bluetooth speaker. I'll try my best to describe it but i'm not the best at describing music. I'll try hard to not misrepresent what we heard. I'll jot down my thoughts as they come to me: -The song does not have rapping. This is more along the lines of what we've heard on One More Light (but it's definitely a Mike and not LP song). -The song is about 3 to 3.5 minutes long at most. It doesn't overstay it's welcome and definitely feels like the perfect length. -The chorus is super catchy! It's still repeating in my head. Mike played the song twice and dared us to try and sing along the second time. We were all able to nail the chorus right away. -The bridge has this really cool drum sounding beat that kicks in. It gave me the same feeling I got when I first heard the New Divide bridge. It comes at you almost unexpectedly and mixes up the sound of the song in a new way. It's a highlight of the song for me. -This song has a lot of common elements we've heard from Mike and LP. Things like the song growing in sound as it progresses. Think of how songs like Heavy, Iridescent, and Shadow of the Day have their instrumentals get bigger as it goes on. In addition, Mike sings the chorus acapella/with quiet instrumentals (I couldn't really tell between the two) just before the final chorus kicks back in with the music (i.e. Heavy, Final Masquerade). -Not sure if i'm allowed to share the name of the song or some lyrics. What I can say is that this song continues the intimate approach that we got with Post Traumatic. Personal lyrics but delivered with an optimistic, almost upbeat sound is how i'd describe the song overall. -Don't expect to hear it anytime soon. Mike said it's going to be a while before anyone gets to hear it. The version we heard was not mixed or mastered. It was Mike's own mix. Still sounded great though! Alright! That's everything that I can remember off the top of my head. It went by so fast!
  7. Oh damn hahaha. The LP paparazzi caught me twinning it up with Mike! Still have the chorus looping in my head. Suuuuuper catchy. We’re in for a treat with this album.
  8. I'll toss in my vote for Jon Green as an unofficial 7th member! I got chills hearing him sing Battle Symphony at the show. He was fantastic for the whole show.
  9. I'm from the greater LA area so whether I get a ticket or not, I'll be there. I hope to meet as many of you as possible! We need to get all the ambassadors and fansites together!
  10. I'll preface this by saying i'll always support what they decide to do. My preferred choice would be that they continue with Mike handling all vocals. Mike and Brad are just to good of a musical powerhouse to hang it up. I'd also love to see the rest of the guys continue to make music with them as well. I also wouldn't be opposed to them being a mostly studio band with a few special shows every once in a while. I could also see this happening. They're going to want to spend more time with their families. They've said that before this unthinkable tragedy so I would totally support this as well. Maybe continue to experiment with more outside artists and have some cool vocal features. Jeff Gutt being someone that springs to mind immediately. Any other option besides the above would be a shame. I'd hate for LP to call it quits but at the same time, i'd also understand that decision as well. Chester is irreplaceable. I don't think anyone will argue that. I'm just rambling now though. It's going to be a while before i'm emotionally ready for new LP if it ever comes. Truth be told, I may never be ready. It's going to be an emotional gut punch hearing LP without Chester.
  11. Damn, this sucks so bad. I was never one for idol worship but i'd be lying if I said Chester wasn't a hero for me. I'd always fantasize about what musical ideas he had floating in his head and no matter how many other bands I've gotten into since listening to LP, I would always would look forward to a new LP album cycle. It became a lifelong tradition for me. I'm actually tearing up a little typing this because I don't know if i'll ever feel this way about a band or a musician ever again. My connection with them was truly one of a kind. They've been with me through all the milestones of my life. I've grown up right along side of them and their music matured right along with me. It's almost as if they held my hand and walked with me along this road we call life. I'm truly going to miss him.
  12. I just cant believe this is happening. I am shocked and devastated. Chester was THE voice for me. He was my Dylan, Lennon, Cobain. He represented everything about music that I loved. We'll never have another Chester and that hurts. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to meet him and express my gratitude. I'll always hold those memories dear until the day I die. Thank you for everything Chester.
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