Discussion in 'News' started by Ree, May 10, 2017.
One more light is a beautiful song.
You should stop living in the early 2000s and evolve your musical taste
Invisible is just... nice. I wish I thought it was totally awesome like Talking To Myself, but unfortunately the chorus is incredibly dull and inoffensive. Like a more soft version of Battle Symphony. I haven't heard OML though, I have hope for that.
Man, I can not go to school with tears...
I hear that too. Especially after you pointed it out. Good thing I like "Welcome."
Inoffensive? It's a song from Mike to his kids, what do you want him to do? Tell them go fuck themselves?
Calm down, man. I just don't find the song remarkably interesting. Perhaps the studio release will change my mind later today.
i dont believe in evolution
I don't see the relevance to what I said with that ... but ok.
I'm about 80% certain that account is a joke account. I wouldn't take anything they say seriously
As a Meteora purist, if I don't hear heal, feel, real in that order, I'm out.
Is anyone going to transcribe the lyrics?
I'm not gonna listen but I have a question for who did: how One More Light differs from the acoustic version? Like, there are drums or synths?
I hate how these new songs barely even have bridges. You've heard all these songs have to offer after the first chorus.
They're pop structured major scale songs. "Invisible" kind of gave me a "no roads left" feel. Heard some cool sampling too. I was hoping for a more sorrow album, it's really damn poppy. M2M seems sadder than this so far.
I'm in love with Invisible
You push and pull like a magnet do?
This is not black and white only organized confusion I'm just trying to get it right that in spite all I should have done I was not mad at you I was not trying to tear you down the words that I could have used I was too scared to say out loud if I could not break your fall would you walk right off the ground? if you felt invisible I won't let you feel that now
You guys have me excited to listen to "Invisible", can't wait until the studio version later. Mike has improved a lot as a singer over the years, so this and "Sorry for Now" are the two I'm most looking forward to.
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