Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by Hybrid, Jun 7, 2013.
Metal as hell.
Loving these new photos.
I will continue to believe it will be rock and/or metal. More and more proof of my theory is being provided!
Perhaps they're just recording samples so they can play them out of a keyboard next .
Not really. PRS ususlly gives you the option of dots or birds on most of their models. There are SE models with birds, and there are high-end models with dots.
I see. I had browsed through many of their models especially in online stores and I had noticed a pattern with inlay model/price range so I thought that was the case.
Source: Mike's twitter (actually a retweet)
Excuse my ignorance but, who is that?
(Sorry for the double post)
Shinoda, Delson and Hit-Boy.
According to Wikipedia, Hit-Boy is a rapper and record producer, so we may get another collaboration soon.
Over the last couple of years, Hit-Boy has produced many big tracks, starting with "Niggas In Paris" from "Watch The Throne".
He also produced "Clique" and "Cold" for GOOD Music's Cruel Summer. And he also was involved in that weird-ass "Scream and Shout" remix.
I don't support this. The people who LP has been with lately. Hopefully it isn't for LP6.
Indeed. Hell, I remember when, a while after "Goldie" came out, "1Train" dropped and I was all like "he did this one too?!"
Come on, are you serious? Hit-Boy - or any hip-hop producer, for that matter - being directly involved in a new Linkin Park studio album ... never gonna happen.
If every photo lead to a collaboration, I'd be really interested in hearing what this might have spawned.
Hopefully you're right (you probably are). Still don't want Steve Aoki, DJ Fresh, Hitboy, (can I count Avicii?), anywhere near LP6.
Ha ha ha. After seeing all those guitar pictures some are getting too excited and thinking the album will be metal. I'm not surprised in the slightest bit.
But on another note, Linkin Park doesn't do collaborations on full length albums, they don't like it, so I think you can be quiet on that one.
I'm pretty sure that Linkin Park have used feedback ringing in their recordings before.
What should really get you concerned is that, in an interview earlier this month, Shinoda said that the new Linkin Park music is "really high-energy" (read: br00tal).
Then I'll prepare myself to hear some In Between and Valentine's Day-esque songs
Kinda mixed signals here.
Don't worry, everything is going to be juuuuuuust fine...
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