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Linkin Park

Although rooted in alternative metal, Linkin Park became one of the most successful acts of the 2000s by welcoming elements of hip-hop, modern rock, and atmospheric electronica into their music. The band's rise was indebted to the aggressive rap-rock movement made popular by the likes of Korn and Limp Bizkit, a movement that paired grunge's alienation with a bold, buzzing soundtrack. Linkin Park added a unique spin to that formula, however, focusing as much on the vocal interplay between singer Chester Bennington and rapper Mike Shinoda as the band's muscled instrumentation, which layered DJ effects atop heavy, processed guitars. While the group's sales never eclipsed those of its tremendously successful debut, Hybrid Theory, few alt-metal bands rivaled Linkin Park during the band's heyday.

Drummer Rob Bourdon, guitarist Brad Delson, and MC/vocalist Mike Shinoda attended high school in Southern California, where they formed the rap-rock band Xero in 1996. Bassist Dave "Phoenix" Farrell, singer Mark Wakefield, and DJ/art student Joseph Hahn joined soon after, and the band courted various labels while playing hometown shows in Los Angeles. Few companies expressed interest in Xero's self-titled demo tape, however, prompting Wakefield to leave the lineup (he would later resurface as the manager for Taproot). Hybrid Theory became the band's temporary moniker in 1998 as replacement singer Chester Bennington climbed aboard, and the revised band soon settled on a final name: Linkin Park, a misspelled reference to Lincoln Park in Santa Monica. With Bennington and Shinoda sharing vocal duties, the musicians now wielded enough power to distinguish themselves from the wave of nu-metal outfits that had appeared during the decade's latter half. Warner Bros. vice president Jeff Blue took note and signed Linkin Park in 1999, sending the band into the studio with Don Gilmore shortly thereafter.

Linkin Park titled their debut album Hybrid Theory, a tribute to the band's past, and released the record during the fall of 2000. "Crawling" and "In the End" were massive radio hits; the latter song even topped the U.S. Modern Rock chart while peaking at number two on the Billboard Hot 100, an example of the band's crossover appeal. Linkin Park joined the Family Values Tour and also played shows with Cypress Hill, leading the group to log over 320 shows in 2001 alone. Come January 2002, Hybrid Theory had received three Grammy nominations and sold over seven million copies. (Sales later topped ten million, earning the album "diamond status" and making Hybrid Theory one of the most successful debuts ever.) Despite their meteoric rise, however, Linkin Park spent the remainder of the year holed up in the recording studio, again working with producer Don Gilmore on a follow-up album. Meanwhile, the timely summer release of Reanimation helped appease the band's eager audience, offering remixed versions of Hybrid Theory's tracks.

A proper sophomore effort, Meteora, arrived in March 2003, featuring a heavier sound and stronger elements of rap-rock. Although the record spawned several modern rock hits, songs such as "Numb," "Somewhere I Belong," and "Breaking the Habit" furthered the band's crossover appeal by simultaneously charting on the Hot 100. Linkin Park once again supported the album with ample touring, including performances with the second annual Projekt Revolution Tour (the band's own traveling festival, which originally launched in 2002) and additional shows with the likes of Metallica and Limp Bizkit. Live in Texas was released to document the band's strength as a touring act, and the bandmates tackled various personal projects before beginning work on a second remix project.

Released in 2004, Collision Course found the band collaborating with king-of-the-mountain rapper Jay-Z, resulting in a number of mashups that sampled from both artists' catalogs. Collision Course topped the charts upon its release, the first EP to do so since Alice in Chains' Jar of Flies, and Jay-Z furthered his association with the band by asking co-founder Mike Shinoda to explore the possibility of a solo hip-hop project. He did, dubbing the project Fort Minor and releasing The Rising Tied in 2005 with Jay-Z as executive producer. Linkin Park then reconvened in 2006 to begin work on a third studio album, which saw Shinoda sharing production credits with Rick Rubin. The resulting Minutes to Midnight, a more traditional rock affair that largely left behind their trademark electronics, arrived in 2007, debuting at number one in several countries and spawning the Top Ten single "What I've Done." In 2010 the band teamed up with Rubin again to produce its fourth studio album, A Thousand Suns, changing tack again for a left-field, experimental project based largely in ambient electronica, which divided their fans. The following year, Chester Bennington stated the band's desire to focus more on putting out new material rather than maintaining an exhaustive touring schedule, with the band having a goal of releasing a new album every 18 months. Linkin Park made good on that promise in 2012 with their Rick Rubin-produced fifth album, Living Things, which saw something of a return to the hybrid sound of yore. Upon its June release, the album debuted at the top of the Billboard charts, selling over 223,000 copies in its first week; it would soon be certified gold.

As Linkin Park began work on their sixth studio album in the spring of 2013, Bennington announced that he was replacing Scott Weiland as the lead vocalist of Stone Temple Pilots; he was not leaving Linkin Park, but instead planned to be in both groups simultaneously. Bennington underscored his commitment to both bands in October of 2013 by releasing his debut EP with STP, High Rise, and with Linkin Park, which released the remix album Recharged that same month. The album's lead single, "A Light That Never Comes," recorded in collaboration with superstar DJ Steve Aoki, was a worldwide club hit. They didn't quite manage to hit their ambitious 18-month target, but Linkin Park still had their new studio album ready inside two years. Entitled The Hunting Party, it was produced by the bandmembers themselves and released in June 2014. Inspired by the punk, metal, and hardcore they had listened to as teens, the album had a loud, raw, heavy sound and featured guest appearances by Tom Morello, Helmet's Page Hamilton, and hip-hop legend Rakim. ~ Andrew Leahey, Rovi
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Comments

One of my fav's
I don't belong anywhere, so f**k the world, there's no meaning, no truth, no care, and I hate it, people are cruel and f**ked in the head, all scum.
I'm breaking my habit, tonight!
I haven't seen any Hunting Party songs pop up on here yet...
What can you say about these guys just when you think you know me and you come out with something different
Lglffgbfjhf
Ur voice is all I hard in the night
I had to fall to lose it all but in the end it doesn't even matter
Crawling
my favorite and the best band of all time just love them
OMG LOVE THEM my favorite song is bleed it out
Ohhhhhh yeah!!!! My jam righ here!!:D
1 kiss your left hand
2 say your crush's name
3 closr your hand
4 pick a school day
5 say your name
6 post this on 15 different songs and the day you pick your crush will ask you out

Playmorelink i n p a r k
I The It Doesn't Even Matter
just for the heck of it repost sponge bob on the next ten songs
My favorite band of all time! I love them so much! ♥ :D
I love these guys they are freakin awesome they have super freakin awesome songs
THIS BAND IS FREAKING AWSOME!!!!!!
I like this song because I lived nothing
I FREAKING LOVE THIS SONG!!!
a.moreno2019
Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. However if you don't post this you will die in 2 days. Now you started reading this so don't stop. This is so scary put this on at least 5 songs in the next 143 minutes. When done press f6 and your lovers name will appear on the screen in big letters this is so scary because it actually works.
It's better to be on the bottom in a world of winners, than to be on top in a world of losers :)
Because I can't no more :(
This song came out around same time I decided to make a significant turn around in my life, my only regret was, I wish I would ve enjoyed my self more
If u need help cleaning out ur butthole u know where to go
LOVE YOUR SONGS!!! Especially numb and castle of glass and in the end and burn it down and......wow
Numb the concert cancelled at Atlantic city
Bummed out concert cancelled at Barclay Center this weekend ! Feel Better Chester !
the . reaosn
by. hooo no. 16. now.
monkeykid88
Here we go for the hundredth time hand grenades in every line
I like this song
Really shut the F out of this lp
Love linkin park..... ❤
I'm numb they just canceled their tour Chester got hurt
Rock on
Love their music I can just lay here forever
iPhone 5x camo
Don't turn your back on me, I WON'T BE IGNORED
vikas863
Linkin Park-the best band in the world :•)
One of my favorite bands. I live their songs, I can't choose which ones my favorite.
orlandorowla n d
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Their band is better than any other band or singer in the whole wide world thanks so much for all the great music you make
Why is it that linkin parks songs always fit in with any thing to do with the army
gabygirldanc e r
I love u SOOO much. My fav is numb. Really connects to me. Keep on rockin guys!
Easily one of my favorite
#antibully
I love the video to this you need to put this in the game like metal gear maybe Mortal Kombat shadow ops
I wore my old hybrid theory cd out
It just started with one song an I WAS HOOKED!!!!!! ! The rest is Histroy!!!!
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