Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by Blake, Jun 12, 2012.
It's a gorgeous song but I like Little Things Give You Away and The Messenger more
As expected, nothing can touch TLTGYA. Although it dethroned The Messenger as number 2.
As The Little Things was nearly untouchable to begin with, I figured it would reign king and I believe it has. Although the combination of Tinfoil + Powerless definitely strikes hard. Though Powerless on it's own eclipses any other ending track from LP.
I have to say powerless beats TLTGYA. Powerless gives me shivers. Chester's voice is unbelivably amazing. It has energy and makes the album feel complete.
I'm so overwhelmed by this album.
Powerless has taken over the throne of ending track for me! Chester's voice is perfect, instrumental is beautiful, lyrics are amazing!! It combines all their ending tracks to make this one for me.
I don't really see it as the best closer they've done, but it's a damn close second.
For me it's:
The Little Things Give You Away > POWERLESS > Pushing Me Away = Krwling (if we are counting Reanimation as a studio album) > The Messenger > Numb
Powerless> The little things give you away> Numb> The Messenger>A Place for my head
powerless > all ending track
A Place For My Head wasn't an album closer my friend. There was 3 tracks after it on Hybrid Theory
Numb > Powerless > Pushing Me Away > TLTGYA > The Messenger
Numb is a really good song single-wise but as an 'album-closer' I had to go with POWERLESS
TLTGYA > Powerless > The Messenger > (Krwlng) > Pushing Me Away > Numb
Eh, I still think Pushing Me Away is better.
Pushing Me Away>Powerless>Numb> (Krwlng)>TLGYA>The Messenger
Pushing Me Away
haven't listend to POWERLESS yet, so i cant judge on that song
As i haven't heard it yet, is it a really epic song like LTGYA/Krwlng or a powerballad akin to Numb/Pushing.
I ask as the songs length is pretty short. unless with Tinfoil it becomes much more. If they didn't split the tracks, how much longer would powerless be?
It doesn't have as great of a buildup as a song like Krwlng, and I'd have liked it to be a bit longer, but it's a fitting closer, nonetheless.
So besides the buildup not being all that it could've been along with it being almost uncomfortably short, it's a really good song.
More of a powerballad. There's a good load of energy in the song.
TLTGYA > Powerless = Pushing Me Away > Numb >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The Messenger
Powerless would be over 5 minutes if they didn't split the intro into another song. As far as a description for the song itself, it's really a mixture of TLTGYA and Pushing Me Away. Where it's epic as fuck, but is still a ballad. But that would be up for you to decide based on your initial listen of the album.
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