how a come back album should sound

I swear the Linkin Park fandom is full of pissbabies oh my god. if you didn’t like the song it’s fine, just go away and listen to their old albums, or whatever other music you want, but stop hating on the song and saying it’s shit when it’s not! this fandom always finds something they don’t like on a song, even if it’s heavy and more like their old sounds, what the fuck do you want, dammit?! you want the Hybrid Theory/Meteora era to come back? you want Chester to scream again even though he can’t do it as well/doesn’t want to as much as before? well I’m sorry to break it to you crybabies, that time is not coming back! they’ve said multiple times they dont’ want to go back to that new era, and you should be happy they’re happy and making sounds they like! just fuck off and let us enjoy the new sounds in peace, you jerks!

anonymous asked:

Iirc Zayn in his book says that he had self-financed the album and had found the producers on his own before he'd even signed with RCA. So that pretty much sums up how badly he wanted to make music. And till this day he hasn't released a song that isn't great or where he doesn't sound amazing in. This only should be enough for us as his fans. (and sth random but the photographer for his highsnobiety cover is working with him again so maybe alien boy Zayn is coming back??)

I agree, and I hope so omg 👽

LET ME TELL YOU A FUNNY STORY

At the height of all the “plagiarism” controversies one of the constant thing that other fandoms kept pointing out was that DEAD LEAVES track was plagiarised from Blackbear’s Deadroses because the base hook is exactly the same. I am no expert on composing or anything but I’m pretty sure you can’t just use the same beat illegally and there are means to obtain this legally and use it as is.

ANYWAYS, at the time of that hate tag on twitter there were a lot of fans who used EXO as profile picture, but I’m not going to call them EXO Ls bcoz we don’t know lmao, that kept instigating it and encouraging other people to use it against bangtan. Because part of the “plagiarism” claims is that BTS was copying EXO. BUT I WILL JUST FOREVER BE SALTY OF THAT HATE TAG ON TWITTER I MEAN HOW CAN I NOT ;_; THAT WAS THE LOWEST OF LOW.

ANYWAYS I’M NOT ENCOURAGING FANDOMS TO HATE EACH OTHER OR HAVE FAN WARS OK LET ME FINISH.

The thing is with the recent release of EXO Album GUESS WHAT ONE OF THE TRACKS SOUNDS LIKE

EXO USED THE SAME HOOK OF BLACKBEAR DEADROSES THAT IS ALSO IN DEAD LEAVES I CANT

This just goes to show that karma is digital and fans should always just concentrate on supporting their faves and not noticing other groups flaws because it will come right back blowing up in their faces. I can’t even begin to think what would’ve happened if it’s the other way around. I REFUSE TO FORGET THAT HATE TAG. I know not all fans are like this but that was just low and now it’s thrown right back into your faces and now other fandoms fans are like “well.. it’s not??! plagiarism??! after all!??!”

BE CAREFUL NEXT TIME!!!!

After a three-year recess from releasing a solo album, Lady Gaga will, at long last, unveil her fifth studio effort Joanne on October 21 via Streamline/Interscope. The record is titled after her middle name (Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta), which she also shares with her late aunt who died of the autoimmune disease lupus at 19.

News of her next album, which serves as the official follow-up to 2013’s Artpop, follows the debut of its lead single “Perfect Illusion,” a stadium pop anthem that features production by Mark Ronson, BloodPop, and Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker. The 14-song deluxe set also includes contributions from Florence Welch, Father John Misty, Josh Homme, and Beck.

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RNP Review: A Day to Remember - “Bad Vibrations (Single)”

Artist: A Day to Remember
Album: “Bad Vibrations” (Single)
Release date: June 2, 2016
Review by: Andrew Kjelson

One of the world’s heaviest pop-punk bands is back with their brand new single “Bad Vibrations” off of their upcoming sixth studio album of the same name, Bad Vibrations.

A Day to Remember has been known to be either heavy, poppy, soft, or a mixture of the three. This track is a standout compared to songs they have released during their past two album cycles (2010-2016). “Bad Vibrations” is heavy; heavier than a majority of the songs they’ve ever made in their whole discography. 

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