History Music / LinkinPark

10th Mar '17 8:49:56 AM rd1994
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** There isn't one for "Living Things" yet, but it is possible the band will make one in future.

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** There isn't The last two albums did have a version with a DVD, even though the one for "Living Things" yet, but it is possible Living Things came out roughly a year after the band will make one original album was released. These differ though in future.that they only feature live concert footage.



** However, "Papercut" does segue into "One Step Closer" as does "Place for My Head" into "Forgotten"
9th Mar '17 9:45:24 PM LooneyCartoons
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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Due to their eclectic nature, they go all over the scale. Their nu metal material (from ''Hybrid Theory'', ''Meteora'' and ''The Hunting Party'') is generally 6-8, with the softer songs from those albums dropping to 4-5. ''Minutes to Midnight'' and ''Living Things'' are mostly 3-5 (with the heavier songs being 6-8). ''A Thousand Suns'' comes in at 2-4.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Due to their eclectic nature, they go all over the scale. Their nu metal material (from ''Hybrid Theory'', ''Meteora'' and ''The Hunting Party'') is generally 6-8, with the softer songs from those albums dropping to 4-5. ''Minutes to Midnight'' and ''Living Things'' are mostly 3-5 (with the heavier songs being 6-8). ''A Thousand Suns'' comes in averages at 2-4.
9th Mar '17 9:41:27 PM LooneyCartoons
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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Varies from 3-8, depending on the song.
** Their older NuMetal songs generally have a harder sound to it than their newer songs. There [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aR6cD64e7X8 are]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Dq9q6afIP8 exceptions]], though.
** Majority of ''The Hunting Party'''s lineup actually hit the 7-8 scale.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Varies from 3-8, depending on Due to their eclectic nature, they go all over the song.
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scale. Their older NuMetal songs generally have a harder sound to it than their newer songs. There [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aR6cD64e7X8 are]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Dq9q6afIP8 exceptions]], though.
** Majority of
nu metal material (from ''Hybrid Theory'', ''Meteora'' and ''The Hunting Party'''s lineup actually hit Party'') is generally 6-8, with the 7-8 scale. softer songs from those albums dropping to 4-5. ''Minutes to Midnight'' and ''Living Things'' are mostly 3-5 (with the heavier songs being 6-8). ''A Thousand Suns'' comes in at 2-4.
16th Feb '17 7:10:02 PM CelPrevXXVI
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* ''One More Light'' (May 2017)
** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lp00DMy3aVw Heavy (Feat. Kiiara)]]"
9th Jan '17 5:29:27 PM nombretomado
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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: The video for "Iridescent" features Mike as a one-eyed serpent king with [[SpikesOfVillainy spikes growing from his shoulders]] in a [[AfterTheEnd post-apocalyptic]] world where the rest of the band imitates ''[[LeonardoDaVinci The Last Supper]]'' while the Autobots hang around.

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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: The video for "Iridescent" features Mike as a one-eyed serpent king with [[SpikesOfVillainy spikes growing from his shoulders]] in a [[AfterTheEnd post-apocalyptic]] world where the rest of the band imitates ''[[LeonardoDaVinci ''[[Creator/LeonardoDaVinci The Last Supper]]'' while the Autobots hang around.
11th Nov '16 8:05:02 PM TheBuddy26
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Linkin Park had a steady start by blending the sounds of NuMetal, {{Rap}}, {{Rock|AndRoll}}, and [[RapMetal together]], eventually ditching the NuMetal when it became a DeadHorseGenre and bringing in elements of Alternative Rock, ElectronicMusic, and other influences (though with ''The Hunting Party'', they returned to their NuMetal roots). While they remain one of the most popular current rock acts, there are also others that aren't keen on all the screaming and the lyrics, leading to the common stereotype of Linkin Park being the band ''du jour'' of "whiny, angsty teenagers with no good reason to be" the world over. This is most reflected in forum jokes and memes made about the band, almost always referring to songs from ''Hybrid Theory'' and ''Meteora''; songs usually involving those who tried so hard and got so far, but in the end it didn't really matter and '''''CRAWWWLLLLING IN MY SKINNNNNNNNNNNN'''''. [[BrokenBase Their fanbase has been split]] since the release of ''Music/MinutesToMidnight'' over bringing [[NewSoundAlbum new influences]] into their sound. This hasn't deterred the band any from continuing to [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly do what they want]] with their music, leading to reactions that are more predictable in their hysteria than whatever Linkin Park chooses to put out next.

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Linkin Park had a steady start by blending the sounds of NuMetal, {{Rap}}, {{Rock|AndRoll}}, and [[RapMetal together]], eventually ditching the NuMetal when it became a DeadHorseGenre and bringing in elements of Alternative Rock, ElectronicMusic, and other influences (though with ''The Hunting Party'', they returned to their NuMetal roots). While they remain one of the most popular current rock acts, there are also others that aren't keen on all the screaming and the lyrics, leading to the common stereotype of Linkin Park being the band ''du jour'' of "whiny, angsty teenagers with no good reason to be" the world over. This is most reflected in forum jokes and memes made about the band, almost always referring to songs from ''Hybrid Theory'' and ''Meteora''; songs usually involving those who tried so hard and got so far, but in the end it didn't really matter and '''''CRAWWWLLLLING '''''[[MemeticMutation CRAWWWLLLLING IN MY SKINNNNNNNNNNNN'''''.SKINNNNNNNNNNNN]]'''''. [[BrokenBase Their fanbase has been split]] since the release of ''Music/MinutesToMidnight'' over bringing [[NewSoundAlbum new influences]] into their sound. This hasn't deterred the band any from continuing to [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly do what they want]] with their music, leading to reactions that are more predictable in their hysteria than whatever Linkin Park chooses to put out next.
21st Jul '16 6:12:11 PM CelPrevXXVI
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* AtomicFBomb: Thanks to Chester's MetalScream, the bridge of "Given Up" gets this treatment.
13th Jun '16 5:17:12 PM Quilladin206
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** ''A Thousand Suns'': Electronica, with some experimental thrown in. More rap than ''Minutes to Midnight'' but not as much as before.

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** ''A Thousand Suns'': Electronica, with some A mix of electronic and experimental thrown in.rock. More rap than ''Minutes to Midnight'' but not as much as before.
18th May '16 3:53:09 AM kkeenn123
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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIwWqYSbzGA In the End]]"

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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIwWqYSbzGA com/watch?v=eVTXPUF4Oz4 In the End]]"
3rd Apr '16 9:56:05 PM Quilladin206
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* CallBack: "When They Come for Me" has a few, being a boastful rap that calls to mind the band's earlier hip-hop tracks "Reading My Eyes," "Step Up," and "High Voltage." He references "Points Of Authority" by saying he's not the same guy that 'forfeit the game'. He also refers to the band's first album "Hybrid Theory" in the line "Once you have a theory of how the thing works, everybody wants the next thing to be just like the first." Also, the Middle Eastern sounding vocals towards the end of the song are quite similar to those of the intro to the band's song "Carousel," The theme of the song is that Shinoda takes his own path and doesn't care what people say, and they can either keep up with him or be stuck behind.

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* CallBack: CallBack:
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"When They Come for Me" has a few, being a boastful rap that calls to mind the band's earlier hip-hop tracks "Reading My Eyes," "Step Up," and "High Voltage." He references "Points Of Authority" by saying he's not the same guy that 'forfeit the game'. He also refers to the band's first album "Hybrid Theory" in the line "Once you have a theory of how the thing works, everybody wants the next thing to be just like the first." Also, the Middle Eastern sounding vocals towards the end of the song are quite similar to those of the intro to the band's song "Carousel," The theme of the song is that Shinoda takes his own path and doesn't care what people say, and they can either keep up with him or be stuck behind.behind.
** It may be coincidental, but "Living Things" fifth track is "I'll Be Gone". The album straight before that, "A Thousand Suns", had "When They Come For Me", which was also the fifth track. And what are some of the lyrics from the song "When They Come For Me"?
---> ''Ohhhh, when they come for me, come for me, I'll be gone.''
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