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YankeeDudel
January 13th 2013



9305 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

Cmon Korn's first has a 3.8. Hybrid Theory and Slipknot have 3.6's. What you expectin foo?

Popular artists are always going to get more shit than unknown artists for the simple fact that more people know them. That will never change so no use getting mad about it, especially over Nu metal bra.

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Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
January 13th 2013



20641 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

lol a 4 for THIS queef. what have you been snortin

Just ambien bro, and Periphery take a hefty dump on Linkin Park

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Storm In A Teacup
January 13th 2013



12687 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Not on the first two albums by Linkin Park

sustainthesatan
January 13th 2013



212 Comments


"Just ambien bro, and Periphery take a hefty dump on Linkin Park"

no . they dont.

Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
January 13th 2013



13503 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Hybrid Theory > Periphery I

Periphery I > Anything Else by Linkin Park

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Drummerboy123
January 13th 2013



2312 Comments


"Hybrid Theory > Periphery I"

Making status' like this cause', you know, YOLO right?

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Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
January 13th 2013



13503 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

u wot m8?

sustainthesatan
January 13th 2013



212 Comments


Hybrid Theory,Meteora,Living Things > all Periphery

sustainthesatan
January 13th 2013



212 Comments


minutes to midnight and thousand suns are shit though

Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
January 13th 2013



13503 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Skele pls get b& again

sustainthesatan
January 13th 2013



212 Comments


lol what's this nigga sayin, actin' like a crip or some shit.

Calc
January 13th 2013



12005 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

an IP ban is in order.

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Storm In A Teacup
January 13th 2013



12687 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

:/ drummerboy you're stupid

ViperAces
January 13th 2013



12376 Comments


its not skele lol

Storm In A Teacup
January 13th 2013



12687 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Hey, this is an album and I just *raped it.










*rated

Winsomniac
January 13th 2013



7955 Comments


Oh. Well...

Storm In A Teacup
January 13th 2013



12687 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Uh Skele is cool drummerboi is not

Drummerboy123
January 13th 2013



2312 Comments


"Uh Skele is cool drummerboi is not"

My life has no meaning any more.

VermicideReloadead
January 13th 2013



1433 Comments


Drummerboy123 you have to admit it. Spencer clean vocals are some sort of hybrid between chester and rody walker. Spencer is not that bad as many people says but he needs to improve, he has a catchy voice but in some moments could get annoying , also everybody knows that the main strength of periphery is the instrumental part. Besides, don't take too seriously the hate against Periphery and LP, if you enjoy the works of both bands that's all you have to care about, the opinion of the others is worthless specially if the haters are fans of lame acts like fall out cunt, pussies at the disco,I see stars, escape the fag, lol gayne, lil b, gucci mane, justin beiber, lady gaga and nicki minaj like the 30 per cent of the people in this website(I even found here a cunt that defends Hollywood undead and Insane Clown Posse but said that mike shinoda, styles of beyond and the roots sucks dick). Linkin since hybrid theory ep until meteora rules hard ( I fuckin adore Hybrid Theory), then they became a hit or miss band.

sspedding
January 13th 2013



4751 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

pussies at the disco



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