Stick N' Move

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    AlwaysThinkinaboutLinkin

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    I have the song Stick N' Move from Xero and i was wondering if it was mike who does the rapping b/c it sounds NOTHING like him!
     
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    Mike and a guy called Mark Wakefield. I think.
     
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    Really? I can't hear mike ANYWHERE in that song...
     
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    it is him. Its just that the quality of the song isnt so good because its on tape, and on album the music gets mixed in the recording studio so that might be why you dont recognise his voice.
     
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    oh i guess you probly know more about it than me so i suppose you're right...Thanx 4 clearing it up
     
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    his rapping voice is just different , mark wakefield does the screaming or singing , he is replaced by chester so I think He didn't rap
     
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    Singing/Screaming: Mark Wakefield
    Rapping: Mike Shinoda

    End of Story.
     
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    Plus his voice will have changed a bit most likely...i mean he would've been quite young when the Xero demos were recorded, something like 18 or 19? Not only that he'll have probably changed his rapping style a bit through the years too.
     
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    the main differences is he raps at a higher pitch...also they aren't effecting his voice with chorus so it sounds more raw.
     
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    Dumbest thread ever.
     
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