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  1. They used Attached for the entire Street Soldiers Tour, it seems. You can hear it on the Las Vegas video too. http://linkinpedia.com/index.php?title=Attached
  2. The release date of another song from the ShinodaProduceMe initiative has been announced. 'I Can't Feel A Thing' by UK rapper and singer Judison was produced live on Twitch by Mike Shinoda on January 27 and 28. The original piano and vocal demo had two verses and a chorus without any real structure to it. Mike commented: “He’s [Judison] got his concept, he knows what his song is about, he’s got a hook, I like the hook, it’s very simple, and I want to be able to play with it and make more out of it.” On Friday (02/12), Judison announced a February 26th release date for the finished track along with a preview on Instagram. He wrote: “This is one of my favorite songs I've ever written and it really has been a real life dream come true to be produced by Mike and I'm so incredibly thankful for the opportunity and to connect with all of you! To my newest gang members, I'm so happy ur here and I love you so much. Thank you all for the continued love and support you show me you have NO idea how happy I am to have you here with me. We all go through it, we're all constantly tryna figure out why and what we are doing here on this planet.. But here we are, everyday pulling each other up and out of the trenches.... I wrote this song from an extremely painful place in my life, at a time where I was completely numb and pretty lost. While I'm here I'm gonna remind you that you are meant to be who you are, or you would have been born as someone else, so be you, fuckin own that shit, and never back down from what you believe in. So with all that said, the song will be out on the 26th February. I hope you love it as much as I do.”
  3. Yeah, Mike said Slip was in the first batch of songs they did with Chester. If you read the book, when Jeff got that first CD with Chester, Brad told him they might record Slip with Chester. Apparently Jeff liked the song. It was probably right after that. Either Jeff doesn't have a CD with it or it is one of the CDs we don't have a tracklist. Note we don't have any tracklists with Flower or Stick N Move either. I believe the recording of Slip we have was in the same disc as Esaul, Blue and likely So Far Away. If I recall correctly, in the Hybrid Theory 20 book, Rob said the version of Stick N Move we got was recorded in early 2000 just so they could bring it to Don Gilmore.
  4. Oh, nice. Too bad it's album-only. I think it actually means the release is available in MQA, which is a format Tidal claims to be lossless but it's actually lossy. The result is a big file with low quality. There's a lot of controversy around it. https://tidal.com/masters https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_Quality_Authenticated
  5. No, I believe you can find the iTunes Festival EP on various digital stores now. I see you're from Brazil, so that means the EP is available on Spotify on your country. If you mean the single, I think it isn't available anywhere anymore. At least that's what it says here. The original version of No Roads Left is available on the tour edition of Minutes To Midnight, but no digital store has it anymore as far as I know. The new version was included in the Minute To Midnight picture disc that came out in 2017. The iTunes deluxe version of the album from 2013 is now available in other digital stores with that version. It includes Across The Line too, but the only place to purchase the original version of Across The Line is the LPU store.
  6. Why do you comment on every thread related to Linkin Park's early days just to say you don't see the appeal of Xero / Hybrid Theory demos?
  7. Jeff Blue is online right now on Reddit answering fan questions. If you have anything to ask him, head over to r/Music and leave a commentary!
  8. You guys can download the MPC software as a free trial and open the Stick N Move projects from the "MIKE MPC" folder to see where in the song those samples are used. I can't do it because my license has expired. https://www.akaipro.com/mpc-software
  9. Wax//Wane just announced the release date of his track from the #ShinodaProduceMe project. The track, titled 'The Way Down,' was produced by Mike Shinoda live on Twitch on January 21, 2021 and is coming out on March 5th. Pre-save it on Spotify here.
  10. No, they weren't exclusive to Japan. They were all released in the US and at least 2 out of the 3 acoustic tracks were released in Europe and Japan too. Grey Daze just didn't sell them in the official stores. The reason for that is they wanted to make as many versions of the album as possible so crazy collectors and completists would buy more. That's how the business work. Then not long after the album came out they released an EP (3 more vinyls, mind you) with those tracks that were supposed to be exclusives to certain stores. That's a really dick move at minimum. To answer your earlier question in this thread, The Down Syndrome, Shouting Out and Sometimes already existed in acoustic versions in the 90s. The other two were made entirely (I mean, except for the vocals, obviously) for Amends.
  11. Chris Kelly announced yesterday that his song 'Bittersweet' will be released on February 26th. The song was produced live on Twitch by Mike Shinoda as part of his #ShinodaProduceMe initiative. Chris Kelly is one half of the pop duo Velavox from Vancouver, BC. A version of 'Bittersweet' was released November last year as part of his "New Beginnings" solo EP.
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