Future LP Collaborations

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    Reed To Black

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    With the inclusion of other artists on The Hunting Party and the continued presence of other musicians in the studio with LP, it has become apparent that guest features will almost certainly become a part of future LP releases. This brings me to my short and simple question: Who would you like to see Linkin Park collaborate with?

    Mine would be:

    Angus Young- Imagine the ACDC guitar god blessing LP with a legendary riff. Maybe he could even teach Brad a thing or two...

    Kendrick Lamar- IMO, Kendrick is far and away the most interesting rapper in the game today. I would love to hear what him and Mike could come up with in the studio.

    Willie Nelson/Dwight Yoakam- I don't care what you're going to think about this. It would be amazing.

    Jared Leto/30 STM- I really enjoyed The Carnivores Tour and thing Jared is a solid musical artist that could contribute something of value to an LP track.

    Dan Auerbach/Patrick Carney- I love both of these guys, so either one of them on an LP track would be sweet.

    Danger Mouse- Whether it be as a producer or musician, this would be legit.

    PLEASE GOD NO EMINEM

    Bruce Springsteen- Don't tell me that wouldn't be epic.

    Well this is what I can think of off the top of my head. What do you guys think would be cool?
     
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    minuteforce

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    ^^ I do think thay Danger Mouse would be cool

    Shinoda producing for basically anyone would be cool, IMO. With LP, though, it's a far shorter list.
     
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    MattLP

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    justin bieber, taylor swift, iggy azalea. Can you imagine a single like that would top the charts.
     
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    Broman

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    - Bring Me The Horizon: by this point in time, they practically are LP. Two times the LP, bitchezzzz

    - Patrick Stump: I think Pat and Chester's voices could blend very well. They have a similar vocal tone, and in terms of harmonizing, Pat could go for the higher end vocals while Chester takes over lead. I could see brilliant pop music coming from this

    - PVRIS: If there was ever a current female artist to collab with LP, Lyndsey from PVRIS is absolutely it.
    She's like Hayley Williams, but still rock based. Plus, a slightly grittier voice.

    - Periphery: Spencer's vocals kind of sound like Chester's, but he's goes way harder; djent, duh. These guys could whip out something brutal yet catchy af together.
     
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    Michele

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    And i would search me another favorite band...
     
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    Austin Vicenty

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    PVRIS. I always thought about LP collaborating with them.
     
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    Jeff

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    No.

    Just no.
     
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    Iopia

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    There's no one in particular who I'd love, but I'd love if they did something with someone who tends to write longer songs. Linkin Park have done so many genres, so there aren't many major styles I'd still be itching for them to explore (apart from a more acousticy sound, but maybe we'll get that in LP7!), but they still feel very lacking in the song structure department sometimes. Imagine a ten minute long orchestral infused LP song. That would be a dream come true.
     
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    Sasuke

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    Fort Minor, Dead by Sunrise and the new singer of STP. :kappa:
     
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    Michele

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    You mean the old singer :kappa:


    But yeah, some "rock legends" would be pretty cool. Also if this wont happen in anytime :lol:
     
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    Atticus

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    I'd be down for some kind of collaboration genre EP where they work within the genre of said artist. How about a punk anthem with Tim McIlrath of Rise Against, an orchestral odyssey with Muse, or a rap showstopper with Kendrick Lamar?
     
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    Deliveranze

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    Kendrick for sure would be dope. It'd be cool if Mike and Kendrick traded bars with one another....or Mike could just make a dope beat.
     
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    Abel

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    Probably because Coldplay's basically tied with LP as my favorite band now, but I'd die if Chris Martin were to collaborate with the band just because the idea of Chris with Chester/Mike on the same song would probably make it one of my all-time favorite Linkin Park songs. Improbable, but not impossible!

    Also, Kendrick would be really awesome, Lupe Fiasco as well since he's only been on Fort Minor stuff and not actual Linkin Park stuff, and Twenty One Pilots since I know Chester is now a fan of them.
     
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    MattLP

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    Chester screaming over mike and kendrick going back and forth <3
     
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    minuteforce

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    Oh, and nu-metal guitars and turntable scratching everywhere as well <33
     
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    Reed To Black

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    Bono/The Edge would be classic
     
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    Nothing would beat a Rod Stewart and LP collaboration. Rod's sandpaper vocals would really bring a whole new dynamic.
     
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    MattLP

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    Hell yeah should be a blowout song they heaviest track
     
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    Gibs

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    • Guitar: Stephen Carpenter (Deftones)
    • Production: Steven Ellison (Flying Lotus)
    • Vocals: Kendrick Lamar
    • Production: Joshua Eustis (The Black Queen)
     
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    minuteforce

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    You could just remove Linkin Park from this equation altogether.
     

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