mechana2015 wrote:I like the harder sound, but it just doesn't sound like Linkin Park still... I'm a huge fan of meteora and hybrid theory, and really miss the dj.
Tereya wrote:I've listened through the whole album once so far. I liked it well enough, but I think I'm going to need to go through it a few more times to determine how it really sits with me.
I definitely am liking the return to a heavier sound, in spite of my eternal love for A Thousand Suns. (Minutes to Midnight I didn't care for at all, but I can listen to A Thousand Suns for days and not get tired of it. The concept, composition and flow of the album as a whole just suits me.) My one major qualm with The Hunting Party may be that it just seems like a bunch of songs all stuck together with no overarching flow to pull it all together. However, I was multitasking when I listened to it the first time, so my attention may have been elsewhere and I just missed it. And I can already tell that it's going to be one of those albums I'm going to have to be in just the right mood for in order to enjoy it.
On the whole, though, enjoyed it, want to listen to it at least a couple more times, may possibly be worth buying.
Thunderscream872 wrote:A Thousand Suns is great listen as a whole, as are most of LP's albums. That's one negative about The Hunting Party--the songs don't feel like they were arranged as well as they've been in the past.
Speaking of A Thousand Suns, I gotta say, "Waiting For The End" is one of my favorite Linkin Park songs of all time. I love that song.
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