It's really unfortunate that grief and hardship is also a huge motivator for music.
The most "real" thing I've heard this year if that makes sense.
Lyrics that stuck out to me in in Shinoda's Over again was the part about him basically saying "oh now you hear the lyrics?". LP's songs have...
I really like the lyrics for one more light.
I really like mike's singing here, if this was more heavier with some guitars to give it more bite I would love this song. Right now it leaves...
Definitely the best song from OML so far. Would have preferred a bit more rap verses in it though.
Bruh take a chill pill
I actually like it,I'm not sure if I would like it as an LP song though. I'm just used to hearing something different and unique from these guys...
legit got me for a few seconds there, was so fucking confused.
Chester's voice is sounding a lot better than it did in during the Hunting Party's cycle.
Well that was basically nothing. Good performances I suppose.
Sounds more like Ed Sheeran.
I'm really liking the guitar work in these songs. Just from these clips I know I'm going to like them a lot more than Heavy.
Kiiara was the most boring part to be honest, Chester's voice is very good here which is a relief because I was kinda worried about it following...
He did crack and meth and then used Opium to come down? Man we're fucking lucky he's alive today god damn.
To be fair, at the time the album came out those lyrics seemed to resonate with a lot of people. It was just different and new back then.
I don't really know how people can still think that to be honest, I feel it hasn't aged that well at all, I actually think it's my least liked...
Just listening to these guys jamming makes me excited for the rest of the album.
I agree that they are by far capable of more than Heavy but I also believe that this is the album that they want to make, they've never cared...
Mike's singing was very good in the live session they did with Kiiara, if it's anything like that then I would be happy.
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