Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by Promofrog, Apr 11, 2012.
Given Up has emotion too!
I can't really decide, they are all good but for different reasons.
Chocolate milk generally isn't considered art or creative media. Bad analogy. If people like Meteora, brilliant, good for them, but if you were to speak objectively you'd have a much easier time forming an argument against that than their other albums.
There is no objectivity in music
It's not necessarily about which argument is the easiest to make, though
Well, not everybody believes that. ;P
You're right, there's no objectivity in art. Akon is no less significant than Mozart and Stephenie Meyer and Dan Brown are probably better writers than William Faulkner and James Joyce. I just doodled a cock in my notepad, someone get the Sistine Chapel on the phone!
I'm not talking about how easy it is, I'm talking about how speaking objectively I would say Meteora has less going for it.
Which is why I said "I understand why others don't like Meteora" so I defended myself while I didn't criticize you guys in the process.
Easy choice, the best one MTM, the weakest ATS and Meteora and HT are meeting in the middle.
Good point sir, but didn't you make this thread? http://www.lpassociation.com/forums/showthread.php?t=35805
Which, of course, isn't exactly true for any form of art since critics exist and judge certain pieces in specific mediums of specific genres within specific fan bases with a criteria of intellect laid down ages before them and is (typically) respected by contemporary artists today. That includes Linkin Park.
If music was really so none-objective, Linkin Park wouldn't have meetings during every album cycle to funnel out their weaker pieces.
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