Discussion in 'News' started by Ree, May 10, 2012.
that is why you must control the hype within you
^ and death
JUST PRE ORDERED WOO
what about tinfoil?
I read: "We can't wait to burn it to the ground," screams Chester Bennington on Linkin Park's brand new single, "Burn it Down".
And I stopped reading the whole article.
I assume you're talking about the BID article and not the new LT one.
we will be victimized by this album soon........ one month baby.......
I was completely creepy reading this description.
Uhm, yes, captain obvious. New LT articles do not talk about Burn It Down.
Take the artist direct article with a pile of salt. A BIG PILE
It's interesting to note that the new issue of Rolling Stones Magazine also described VICTIMIZED as "one of LP hardest songs yet + their most agressive songs in years + brutal headbangers".
There are no scans yet, but it was reported yesterday in the shoutbox, before the ARTIST direct article had surfaced. So it seems that the song will really be very violent!
Complaints about a good 'review' for Living Things now!? I thought the supposed album length complaints was the bottom of the barrel... :O
It's not about how long it is, it's how much praise it gets ... but this is too much praise. >.<
Probably just a very 'in the moment' feeling from the writer I believe. They probably regret most of what they wrote now. I'll just wait for Kerrang!, they seem to be on top of things.
Glad you finally realized it. Was about time.
Why care reading them then? They will still be posting articles because it's news material.
It's never the end of the barrel for Linkin Park fans.
My badly-executed innuendo may or may not have been completely lost on you, but you make a good point just the same.
The same can be said for games and movies. It depends on the style of gameplay/what you're looking for in a game or genre you like (games and moves respectively).
If you ask a gamer that only plays RTS and competes in SC2 competitively to grade Grand Theft Auto 3, they probably won't give a favorable review of it. But to most of the general gaming public, GTA3 was a landmark in sandbox gaming.
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