History WMG / LinkinPark

25th Aug '17 11:29:16 PM NeonyandereHD
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[[WMG: The entirety of the band's songs are set in a CrapsackWorld. Specifically, they and the content of other bands are set in a chronological order in this universe.]]

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[[WMG: The entirety of the band's songs are set in a CrapsackWorld. Specifically, they and the content of other bands are set in a chronological order in this universe.order.]]



Linkin Park is part 2 of this story. Tensions are extremely high now, and protesters are clashing with police. Some civilians are trying to ignore the conflict; a bunch of them have their own fish to fry, after all (Crawling, Don't Stay, In The End, etc) but some are beginning to take up arms against the government (Rebellion, The Catalyst, Jornada Del Muerto). Things are getting ugly reaaaaally fast. Then the shot heard round the world happens...

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Linkin Park is part 2 of this story. Tensions are extremely high now, and protesters are openly clashing with police.police in the streets. Some civilians are trying to ignore the conflict; a bunch of them have their own fish to fry, after all (Crawling, Don't Stay, In The End, etc) but some are beginning to take up arms against the government (Rebellion, The Catalyst, Jornada Del Muerto). Things are getting ugly reaaaaally fast. Then the shot heard round the world happens...
25th Aug '17 11:27:16 PM NeonyandereHD
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[[Music/BreakingBenjamin]] is part 3. There's no turning back now. The world is engulfed in an all out civil war. Many of their songs are from the perspectives of rebel fighters (Into The Nothing, Fade Away, Had Enough, I Will Not Bow, Unknown Soldier). For the hapless civilians on the sidelines, their lives are slipping through their fingers. War is stressful, and entire families are breaking apart, due to arguing, loss of homes or death (What lies Beneath, You, Breath, So Cold, Anthem Of The Angels, Diary of Jane, Angels Fall, Sooner or Later). Violent crime is also skyrocketing thanks to the chaos (Lights Out, Crawl, Water, Believe).

Disturbed is part 4, when the fighting gets really intense. Pretty much all of their songs are ProtestSong s; with the release of Immortalized, it seems the rebels are winning. Only time will tell, though...

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[[Music/BreakingBenjamin]] [[Music/BreakingBenjamin Breaking Benjamin]] is part 3. There's no turning back now. The world is engulfed in an all out civil war. Many of their songs are from the perspectives of rebel fighters (Into The Nothing, Fade Away, Had Enough, I Will Not Bow, Unknown Soldier). For the hapless civilians on the sidelines, their lives are slipping through their fingers. War is stressful, and entire families are breaking apart, due to arguing, loss of homes or death (What lies Beneath, You, Breath, So Cold, Anthem Of The Angels, Diary of Jane, Angels Fall, Sooner or Later). Violent crime is also skyrocketing thanks to the chaos (Lights Out, Crawl, Water, Believe).

Disturbed is part 4, when the fighting gets really intense.intense and nears a turning point. Pretty much all of their songs are ProtestSong s; with the release of Immortalized, it seems the rebels are winning. Only time will tell, though...
25th Aug '17 11:26:34 PM NeonyandereHD
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[[Music/ThreeDaysGrace]] is first. The world has been all but conquered by TheEmpire, and all but the very rich elite suffer. There are many slums and ghettos, locked in by high walls. Three Days Grace's content chronicles the daily lives and struggles of the people of various social rankings in this hellhole. Many songs like Home, Animal I Have Become and Chalk Outline are very personal, but there are a few ProtestSong's thrown in, like One X. Slowly but surely, tensions are heating up.

Linkin Park is part 2. Tensions are extremely high now, and protesters are clashing with police. Some civilians are trying to ignore the conflict; a bunch of them have their own fish to fry, after all (Crawling, Don't Stay, In The End, etc) but some are beginning to take up arms against the government (Rebellion, The Catalyst, Jornada Del Muerto). Things are getting ugly reaaaaally fast. Then the shot heard round the world happens...

Breaking Benjamin is part 3. The world is now trapped in an all out civil war. Many of their songs are from the perspectives of rebel fighters. Some people are still just trying to survive, though.

Disturbed is part 4, when the fighting gets really intense. Pretty much all of their songs are ProtestSongs; with the release of Immortalized, it seems the rebels are winning. Only time will tell, though...

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[[Music/ThreeDaysGrace]] [[Music/ThreeDaysGrace Three Days Grace]] is first. The world has been all but conquered by TheEmpire, and all but the very rich elite suffer. There are many slums and ghettos, locked in by high walls. Three Days Grace's content chronicles the daily lives and struggles of the people of various social rankings in this hellhole. Many songs like Home, Animal I Have Become and Chalk Outline are very personal, but there are a few ProtestSong's thrown in, like One X. Slowly but surely, tensions are heating up.

Linkin Park is part 2.2 of this story. Tensions are extremely high now, and protesters are clashing with police. Some civilians are trying to ignore the conflict; a bunch of them have their own fish to fry, after all (Crawling, Don't Stay, In The End, etc) but some are beginning to take up arms against the government (Rebellion, The Catalyst, Jornada Del Muerto). Things are getting ugly reaaaaally fast. Then the shot heard round the world happens...

Breaking Benjamin [[Music/BreakingBenjamin]] is part 3. There's no turning back now. The world is now trapped engulfed in an all out civil war. Many of their songs are from the perspectives of rebel fighters. Some people fighters (Into The Nothing, Fade Away, Had Enough, I Will Not Bow, Unknown Soldier). For the hapless civilians on the sidelines, their lives are still just trying slipping through their fingers. War is stressful, and entire families are breaking apart, due to survive, though.

arguing, loss of homes or death (What lies Beneath, You, Breath, So Cold, Anthem Of The Angels, Diary of Jane, Angels Fall, Sooner or Later). Violent crime is also skyrocketing thanks to the chaos (Lights Out, Crawl, Water, Believe).

Disturbed is part 4, when the fighting gets really intense. Pretty much all of their songs are ProtestSongs; ProtestSong s; with the release of Immortalized, it seems the rebels are winning. Only time will tell, though...
25th Aug '17 11:10:07 PM NeonyandereHD
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[[WMG: The entirety of the band's songs are set in a CrapsackWorld.]]

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[[WMG: The entirety of the band's songs are set in a CrapsackWorld.]] Specifically, they and the content of other bands are set in a chronological order in this universe.]]
[[Music/ThreeDaysGrace]] is first. The world has been all but conquered by TheEmpire, and all but the very rich elite suffer. There are many slums and ghettos, locked in by high walls. Three Days Grace's content chronicles the daily lives and struggles of the people of various social rankings in this hellhole. Many songs like Home, Animal I Have Become and Chalk Outline are very personal, but there are a few ProtestSong's thrown in, like One X. Slowly but surely, tensions are heating up.

Linkin Park is part 2. Tensions are extremely high now, and protesters are clashing with police. Some civilians are trying to ignore the conflict; a bunch of them have their own fish to fry, after all (Crawling, Don't Stay, In The End, etc) but some are beginning to take up arms against the government (Rebellion, The Catalyst, Jornada Del Muerto). Things are getting ugly reaaaaally fast. Then the shot heard round the world happens...

Breaking Benjamin is part 3. The world is now trapped in an all out civil war. Many of their songs are from the perspectives of rebel fighters. Some people are still just trying to survive, though.

Disturbed is part 4, when the fighting gets really intense. Pretty much all of their songs are ProtestSongs; with the release of Immortalized, it seems the rebels are winning. Only time will tell, though...
11th Aug '17 11:46:20 AM NeonyandereHD
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[[WMG: The entirety of the band's songs are set in a CrapsackWorld.]]
A Thousand Suns is the most obvious clue.

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[[WMG: The entirety of the band's songs are set in a CrapsackWorld.]]
A Thousand Suns is the most obvious clue.
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11th Aug '17 11:41:38 AM NeonyandereHD
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** A song in Reanimation sampled the first Pokemon movie, as well. Hmm...

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** A song in Reanimation sampled the first Pokemon movie, as well. Hmm...Hmm...

[[WMG: The entirety of the band's songs are set in a CrapsackWorld.]]
A Thousand Suns is the most obvious clue.
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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* Recharged - October 29, 2013; X/Y - October 12, 2013 (worldwide)
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