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6th May '15 12:09:14 PM Tojin
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** ''The Hunting Party'' doesn't fit this pattern, but it did come out very close to the Japanese release of Pokemon Art Academy. Maybe now they've decided to just put the release dates anywhere near anything Pokemon, rather than tying release dates to major installments.
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** ''The Hunting Party'' doesn't fit this pattern, but it did come out very close to the Japanese release of Pokemon Art Academy. Maybe now they've decided to just put the release dates anywhere near anything Pokemon, rather than tying release dates to major installments.installments. **A song in Reanimation sampled the first Pokemon movie, as well. Hmm...
17th Jun '14 6:02:24 PM NitrousThunder
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To boot, The ATS CD and DVD covers follow the same coloring and design scheme of the Black and White covers. Something is clearly afoot.
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To boot, The ATS CD and DVD covers follow the same coloring and design scheme of the Black and White covers. Something is clearly afoot.afoot. ** ''The Hunting Party'' doesn't fit this pattern, but it did come out very close to the Japanese release of Pokemon Art Academy. Maybe now they've decided to just put the release dates anywhere near anything Pokemon, rather than tying release dates to major installments.
10th Oct '13 2:56:01 AM onionmaster
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** The Hybrid Theory EP features "Carousel", "And One" and "Part Of Me". They are all about people who for various reasons keep their feelings locked away. The other three tracks on the EP, "Technique", "Step Up" and "High Voltage" are from the perspective of tough hip hop guy who is very outspoken on his feelings and doesn't let people mess with him. "Carousel" features the stories of two drug addicts who can't face their own problems. The end of "And One" features a hip hop interlude where he alternates between confidence and fear, which could indicate the EP takes place in the mind of someone who is bipolar - looking tough on the streets but broken on the inside. "Part Of Me" features the guy going crazy from the clash between his states of mind and wishing he could just get rid of his worry entirely.

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** "When They Come For Me" is definitely this - Shinoda knew that fans of the old stuff would skip to a track where he raps, so he made the lyrics about how stupid fans are to expect the same thing every time.

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** This might be true, although they did release the entirely acoustic My December as a B Side not long after. She Couldn't is also an oddball because it isn't a song where Chester and Mike talk about something happening to them, it's a song showing compassion for someone else. It is likely that had the song been released as a single the band might not have maintained their momentum - proven true when they did start doing ballads for Minutes To Midnight, and many fans turned on them, saying they'd 'gone emo'.
18th Sep '13 8:21:00 PM kingofkatamari
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The conspiracy continues!
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* Recharged - October 29, 2013; X/Y - October 12, 2013 (worldwide)
3rd Nov '12 8:40:59 PM Mullon
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[[WMG: The mysterious virus in the Australian version of the "What I've Done" music video is the T-Virus of ''Main/ResidentEvil'' fame.]]
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[[WMG: The mysterious virus in the Australian version of the "What I've Done" music video is the T-Virus of ''Main/ResidentEvil'' ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' fame.]]
7th Aug '12 5:19:14 AM FELH2
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Namespace stuff, yo.
That sort of [[{{Youtube}} makes sense]].
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That sort of [[{{Youtube}} [[Website/YouTube makes sense]].

[[WMG: The mysterious virus in the Australian version of the "What I've Done" music video is the T-Virus of ''[[Main/{{ResidentEvil}} Resident Evil]]'' fame.]]
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[[WMG: The mysterious virus in the Australian version of the "What I've Done" music video is the T-Virus of ''[[Main/{{ResidentEvil}} Resident Evil]]'' ''Main/ResidentEvil'' fame.]]

Put another way, the nth Linkin Park major album release is always released within 30 days of the n+1th Pokemon RPG generation debut. Linkin Park is an American band, so the American Pokemon release dates (except for the last) count.
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Put another way, the nth Linkin Park major album release is always released within 30 days of the n+1th Pokemon RPG generation debut. Linkin Park is an American band, so the American Pokemon release dates (except for the last) count.
9th Jun '12 12:34:05 PM ElJonno
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It applies to most of the songs - they're all ranting at an unspecified "you", and most of them feature lyrics including internal pain and self-harm. It doesn't work for all of them, but the ones with a clear rapping/singing dichotomy often seem to be addressing and ranting at each other. Even songs without this structure makes allusions to it sometimes ("Against my will I stand beside my own reflection" in Crawling, and basically all of Don't Stay). Figure.09 seems to be the flashback "origin story" of this disorder in the unnamed protagonist... and then "Numb", the final song to the 2nd album, is him finally overcoming the disorder and ridding himself of the "voice in the back of [his] head".
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It applies to most of the songs - they're all ranting at an unspecified "you", and most of them feature lyrics including internal pain and self-harm. It doesn't work for all of them, but the ones with a clear rapping/singing dichotomy often seem to be addressing and ranting at each other. Even songs without this structure makes allusions to it sometimes ("Against my will I stand beside my own reflection" in Crawling, and basically all of Don't Stay). Figure.09 seems to be the flashback "origin story" "OriginStory" of this disorder in the unnamed protagonist... and then "Numb", the final song to the 2nd album, is him finally overcoming the disorder and ridding himself of the "voice in the back of [his] head".
9th Jun '12 12:28:09 PM ElJonno
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It applies to most of the songs - they're all ranting at an unspecified "you", and most of them feature lyrics including internal pain and self-harm. It doesn't work for all of them, but the ones with a clear rapping/singing dichotomy often seem to be addressing and ranting at each other. Even songs without this structure makes allusions to it sometimes ("Against my will I stand beside my own reflection" in Crawling, and basically all of Don't Stay). Figure.09 seems to be the "origin story" of this disorder in the unnamed protagonist.
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It applies to most of the songs - they're all ranting at an unspecified "you", and most of them feature lyrics including internal pain and self-harm. It doesn't work for all of them, but the ones with a clear rapping/singing dichotomy often seem to be addressing and ranting at each other. Even songs without this structure makes allusions to it sometimes ("Against my will I stand beside my own reflection" in Crawling, and basically all of Don't Stay). Figure.09 seems to be the flashback "origin story" of this disorder in the unnamed protagonist. protagonist... and then "Numb", the final song to the 2nd album, is him finally overcoming the disorder and ridding himself of the "voice in the back of [his] head".
9th Jun '12 12:12:03 PM ElJonno
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It applies to most of the songs - they're all ranting at an unspecified "you", and most of them feature lyrics including internal pain and self-harm. It doesn't work for all of them, but the ones with a clear rapping/singing dichotomy often seem to be addressing and ranting at each other. Even songs without this structure makes allusions to it sometimes ("Against my will I stand beside my own reflection" in Crawling, and basically all of Don't Stay).
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It applies to most of the songs - they're all ranting at an unspecified "you", and most of them feature lyrics including internal pain and self-harm. It doesn't work for all of them, but the ones with a clear rapping/singing dichotomy often seem to be addressing and ranting at each other. Even songs without this structure makes allusions to it sometimes ("Against my will I stand beside my own reflection" in Crawling, and basically all of Don't Stay). \n Figure.09 seems to be the "origin story" of this disorder in the unnamed protagonist.
9th Jun '12 11:55:07 AM ElJonno
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It applies to most of the songs - they're all ranting at an unspecified "you", and most of them feature lyrics including internal pain and self-harm. It doesn't work for all of them, but the ones with a clear rapping/singing dichotomy often seem to be addressing and ranting at each other. Even songs without this structure makes allusions to it sometimes ("Against my will I stand beside my own reflection" in Crawling).
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It applies to most of the songs - they're all ranting at an unspecified "you", and most of them feature lyrics including internal pain and self-harm. It doesn't work for all of them, but the ones with a clear rapping/singing dichotomy often seem to be addressing and ranting at each other. Even songs without this structure makes allusions to it sometimes ("Against my will I stand beside my own reflection" in Crawling).Crawling, and basically all of Don't Stay).
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