Discussion in 'News' started by Mark, Apr 13, 2012.
If it is, no big deal. Not every album has to have a cool title with some meaning behind it.
I am on one "topic." Your post is moot.
Yeah, hand out a grammar card too.
Only if someone can find a direct link between their song-naming abilities, and song-writing abilities
He said "not saying that's what you're doing".
Reading is fundamental.
Take for instance my second favorite band is Three Days Grace. They have kick ass music and their album titles were a self titled album, and one was Life Starts Now. Not exactly grade a titles, but still damn good music!
I'm not a fan of "Living Things" as a title, but as it's been very rightly said the music is what counts.
If it turns out Living Things doesn't have some meaning behind it, I will be extra pissed!
In Johannesburg, South Central.
And for the record, I don't give two shits if the album title is Living Things. It could have a very good meaning behind it. To cast it aside just purely based on the words alone does not make sense.
And even if BID ends up being great at the bridge, that doesn't change the fact that that chorus sounded WEAK.
People post SO fast here :O
Life Starts Now is a great title in my opinion, and Living Things sucks
Really? I thought Life Starts Now was kinda a simple title. But there you go, opinion. Everything is opinion. I for one don't think Living Things is a bad title. But then again it could possible NOT be it. Mike just happened to hashtag it. We don't know the reason yet. But back to point. If it's the album title, no big deal to me. As long as the artwork isn't a stick figure drawing of a family next to some trees.
I hate Viddy videos (just Viddy? Viddies?).
They're like the biggest teases ever because they're only 15 seconds.
Yeah, I know. They are nice, though.
I really hope if Living Things is the title, that there's some kind of deep meaning behind it.
The meaning is that: Only living things can listen to the songs in the album.
Separate names with a comma.