Doesn't hold a candle to any of the other albums, why did LP even release it after hearing the final master? It's only relatively enjoyable on the first two listens also, I understand that LP purposefully made music that would impact people on the first listen without any further depth, but isn't that the goddamn definition of selling out? Isn't that the same mentality that Justin Bieber has towards music? Linkin Park aren't happy with their already huge success, and it's a good thing Burn It Down failed miserably; you can't just decide to be popular. The music videos sucked huge balls also, people crying at facebook pictures of my cats (LITE) MORE rotary camera shots of the band performing (Burn It Down) and military propaganda/video game advertising (Castle Of Glass) Not even Lady Gaga would pull off such lame moves, and to add insult to injury - the cover art was decided by the band in only 3 days? [video=youtube;51iquRYKPbs]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51iquRYKPbs[/video] [video=youtube;dxytyRy-O1k]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxytyRy-O1k[/video] Really? LP always play off their decisions as artistic expressions, but when you obviously make a song for popularity, by following every rule in the modern contemporary pop music guide.. it's the definition of selling out.