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According to Mike in an interview with KROQ, the album "goes from Nine Inch Nails vibes to NWA vibes." Some of the music is dark and grieving music while other music is upbeat and about different subjects.
 
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He told Vulture, ''"In the beginning, I didn’t care what I made as long as I was doing something. Sometimes it would just be for fun, and then eventually I was making some serious stuff about what was going on with me, and those became the first three songs I put out. Since then, I’ve kept going and realized that, since grief is such a personal thing, this had to be a solo album. I’m basically trying to sum up in the most truthful way the things that are happening in my head as I go. Some days that’s really dark, and some days it’s totally not. Hopefully as I go, the lighter days become more frequent."''
  
 
==Track Listing==
 
==Track Listing==

Revision as of 01:10, 30 March 2018

Post Traumatic is the debut solo album from Mike Shinoda.

Post Traumatic
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Studio album by Mike Shinoda
Released June 15, 2018
Recorded 2017-2018

Background

Writing and Recording

Mike created and wrote most all of the music on the album himself. A leftover song from One More Light, "Place to Start", features some light percussion from Rob Bourdon.

The music was recorded at Mike's home studio The Stockroom and at The Village Studios in Los Angeles.

Composition

The album begins with the three songs released on the Post Traumatic EP as the "grieving" portion of the album.

According to Mike in an interview with KROQ, the album "goes from Nine Inch Nails vibes to NWA vibes." Some of the music is dark and grieving music while other music is upbeat and about different subjects.

He told Vulture, "In the beginning, I didn’t care what I made as long as I was doing something. Sometimes it would just be for fun, and then eventually I was making some serious stuff about what was going on with me, and those became the first three songs I put out. Since then, I’ve kept going and realized that, since grief is such a personal thing, this had to be a solo album. I’m basically trying to sum up in the most truthful way the things that are happening in my head as I go. Some days that’s really dark, and some days it’s totally not. Hopefully as I go, the lighter days become more frequent."

Track Listing

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1 Place To Start Mike Shinoda 2:13
2 Over Again 3:50
3 Watching As I Fall 3:31
4 Nothing Makes Sense Anymore 3:33
5
6
7
8 Crossing A Line 4:02
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10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Personnel

Live Performance

Songs Played Live

Trivia

External Links

References