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However, it still wasn't ''quite'' the massive success that ''Music/HybridTheory'' was, likely due to NuMetal [[DeaderThanDisco falling out of style]]. As a result, this would be their last album to feature NuMetal, with its follow-up ''Music/MinutesToMidnight'' going more for a Music/{{U2}}-esque AlternativeRock/Music/ArenaRock sound while ''A Thousand Suns'' and ''Living Things'' experimented with electronics. It wasn't until ''The Hunting Party'' where some of those ideas returned. Nonetheless, ''Meteora'' is widely considered a classic by Linkin Park fans who view it as a worthy successor to ''Hybrid Theory''.

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However, it still wasn't ''quite'' the massive success that ''Music/HybridTheory'' was, likely due to NuMetal [[DeaderThanDisco falling out of style]]. As a result, this would be their last album to feature NuMetal, with its follow-up ''Music/MinutesToMidnight'' going more for a Music/{{U2}}-esque AlternativeRock/Music/ArenaRock AlternativeRock/Main/ArenaRock sound while ''A Thousand Suns'' and ''Living Things'' experimented with electronics. It wasn't until ''The Hunting Party'' where some of those ideas returned. Nonetheless, ''Meteora'' is widely considered a classic by Linkin Park fans who view it as a worthy successor to ''Hybrid Theory''.


Next you're not, missed your shot\\

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Next you're not, missed your shot\\watch it drop\\


* VocalTagTeam: Chester and Shinoda in every song minus "Breaking the Habit" (sung entirely by Chester) and "Session" (an instrumental).

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* VocalTagTeam: Chester Bennington and Shinoda in every song minus "Breaking the Habit" (sung entirely by Chester) and "Session" (an instrumental).


* DesignStudentsOrgasm: The booklet features a ton of graphic art and anime-inspired collages that Mike Shinoda largely created.

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* DesignStudentsOrgasm: The booklet features a ton of graphic art and anime-inspired collages that Mike Shinoda largely created. The man on the album's cover is Boris "Delta" Tellegen, a street artist who helped Mike create the album's art.


* StockSoundEffects: "Foreword" has the sound of falling rain, hammering, and breaking glass recreated in a studio.

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* StockSoundEffects: "Foreword" has the sound of falling rain, hammering, and breaking glass recreated in a studio. Mike confirmed in a blog posting that it was actually him destroying a CD burner that kept malfunctioning during recording.


Change all your faithlessness with you''

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Change Take all your faithlessness with you''

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* TheFourChordsOfPop: "Numb."


* BackToFront: The video for "Somewhere I Belong" is largely told in reverse, beginning with the sad culmination of each character's fate, before reversing time and showing how each character got there. It ends with TheReveal that the dead guy who jumped off the building is in fact Chester, and it shows his impulse to have committed suicide at numerous times in his life.

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* BackToFront: The video for "Somewhere I Belong" "Breaking the Habit" is largely told in reverse, beginning with the sad culmination of each character's fate, before reversing time and showing how each character got there. It ends with TheReveal that the dead guy who jumped off the building is in fact Chester, and it shows his impulse to have committed suicide at numerous times in his life.



(Just give me myself back) and\\

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(Just give me myself back) and\\back and)\\



--> ''Cause, from the infinite words, I could say\\

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--> ''Cause, -->'''Cause, from the infinite words, I could say\\



* ManipulativeBitch: "Lying From You" is about being in a horrible relationship to a girlfriend who manipulated him into being there.

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* ManipulativeBitch: {{Manipulative B|astard}}itch: "Lying From You" is about being in a horrible relationship to a girlfriend who manipulated him into being there.


The album was a monster hit, producing five singles: "Somewhere I Belong", "Faint", "Breaking the Habit", "From the Inside", and "Numb". It is tied with Music/RedHotChiliPeppers' ''Music/{{Californication}}'' for the album with the most weeks its singles have peaked at #1 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks. Critics praised the more melodic aspects of the songs and noted that the band straddled the LighterAndSofter themes with their characteristic {{Angst}} very well.

However, it still wasn't ''quite'' the massive success that ''Music/HybridTheory'' was, likely due to NuMetal [[DeaderThanDisco falling out of style]]. As a result, this would be their last album to feature NuMetal; with its follow-up ''Music/MinutesToMidnight'' going more for a Music/{{U2}}-esque AlternativeRock/Music/ArenaRock sound while ''A Thousand Suns'' and ''Living Things'' experimented with electronics. It wasn't until ''The Hunting Party'' where some of those ideas returned. Nonetheless, ''Meteora'' is widely considered a classic by Linkin Park fans who view it as a worthy successor to ''Hybrid Theory''.

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The album was a monster hit, producing five singles: "Somewhere I Belong", "Faint", "Breaking the Habit", "From the Inside", and "Numb". It is tied with Music/RedHotChiliPeppers' ''Music/{{Californication}}'' for the album with the most weeks its singles have peaked at #1 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks. Critics praised the more melodic aspects of the songs and noted that the band straddled the LighterAndSofter themes with their characteristic {{Angst}} {{angst}} very well.

However, it still wasn't ''quite'' the massive success that ''Music/HybridTheory'' was, likely due to NuMetal [[DeaderThanDisco falling out of style]]. As a result, this would be their last album to feature NuMetal; NuMetal, with its follow-up ''Music/MinutesToMidnight'' going more for a Music/{{U2}}-esque AlternativeRock/Music/ArenaRock sound while ''A Thousand Suns'' and ''Living Things'' experimented with electronics. It wasn't until ''The Hunting Party'' where some of those ideas returned. Nonetheless, ''Meteora'' is widely considered a classic by Linkin Park fans who view it as a worthy successor to ''Hybrid Theory''.


'''''Meteora''''' is the second studio album by Music/LinkinPark released on March 25, 2003. The album continued their signature NuMetal style, but also saw the exploration of other genres, most notably "Breaking the Habit" which was an [[ElectronicMusic Electronic Rock]] track that featured no nu metal, something they would explore later on in their career.

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'''''Meteora''''' ''Meteora'' is the second studio album by Music/LinkinPark released on March 25, 2003. The album continued their signature NuMetal style, but also saw the exploration of other genres, most notably "Breaking the Habit" which was an [[ElectronicMusic Electronic Rock]] track that featured no nu metal, something they would explore later on in their career.


However, it still wasn't ''quite'' the massive success that ''Music/HybridTheory'' was, likely due to NuMetal [[DeaderThanDisco falling out of style]]. As a result, this would be their last album to feature NuMetal; with its follow-up ''Minutes to Midnight'' going more for a Music/{{U2}}-esque AlternativeRock/Music/ArenaRock sound while ''A Thousand Suns'' and ''Living Things'' experimented with electronics. It wasn't until ''The Hunting Party'' where some of those ideas returned. Nonetheless, ''Meteora'' is widely considered a classic by Linkin Park fans who view it as a worthy successor to ''Hybrid Theory''.

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However, it still wasn't ''quite'' the massive success that ''Music/HybridTheory'' was, likely due to NuMetal [[DeaderThanDisco falling out of style]]. As a result, this would be their last album to feature NuMetal; with its follow-up ''Minutes to Midnight'' ''Music/MinutesToMidnight'' going more for a Music/{{U2}}-esque AlternativeRock/Music/ArenaRock sound while ''A Thousand Suns'' and ''Living Things'' experimented with electronics. It wasn't until ''The Hunting Party'' where some of those ideas returned. Nonetheless, ''Meteora'' is widely considered a classic by Linkin Park fans who view it as a worthy successor to ''Hybrid Theory''.


* RapRock / RapMetal: All the songs minus "Breaking the Habit", "Session", and "Numb" involve raps by Shinoda.

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* RapRock / RapMetal: All the songs minus "Breaking the Habit", "Don't Stay", "Session", and "Numb" involve raps by Shinoda.


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* SwappedRoles: Normally Mike is the one who does the verses while Chester does the chorus. "Easier to Run", reverses this, with sung verses by Chester and a rapped chorus by Mike.


'''''Meteora''''' is the second studio album by Music/LinkinPark released on March 25, 2003. The album continued their signature NuMetal style, but also saw the exploration of other genres, most notably "Breaking the Habit" which was an electronic rock track that featured no nu metal, something they would explore later on in their career.

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'''''Meteora''''' is the second studio album by Music/LinkinPark released on March 25, 2003. The album continued their signature NuMetal style, but also saw the exploration of other genres, most notably "Breaking the Habit" which was an electronic rock [[ElectronicMusic Electronic Rock]] track that featured no nu metal, something they would explore later on in their career.


However, it still wasn't ''quite'' the massive success that ''Music/HybridTheory'' was, likely due to NuMetal [[DeaderThanDisco falling out of style]]. As a result, this would be their last album to feature NuMetal; with its follow-up ''Minutes to Midnight'' going more for a Music/{{U2}}-esque AlternativeRock/Music/ArenaRock sound while ''A Thousand Suns'' and ''Living Things'' experimented with electronics. ''Meteora'' is widely considered a classic by Linkin Park fans who view it as a worthy successor to ''Hybrid Theory''.

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However, it still wasn't ''quite'' the massive success that ''Music/HybridTheory'' was, likely due to NuMetal [[DeaderThanDisco falling out of style]]. As a result, this would be their last album to feature NuMetal; with its follow-up ''Minutes to Midnight'' going more for a Music/{{U2}}-esque AlternativeRock/Music/ArenaRock sound while ''A Thousand Suns'' and ''Living Things'' experimented with electronics. It wasn't until ''The Hunting Party'' where some of those ideas returned. Nonetheless, ''Meteora'' is widely considered a classic by Linkin Park fans who view it as a worthy successor to ''Hybrid Theory''.


The album was a monster hit, producing five singles: "Somewhere I Belong", "Faint", "Breaking the Habit", "From the Inside", and "Numb". It is tied with Music/RedHotChiliPeppers' Music/{{Californication}} for the album with the most weeks its singles have peaked at #1 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks. Critics praised the more melodic aspects of the songs and noted that the band straddled the LighterAndSofter themes with their characteristic {{Angst}} very well.

However, it still wasn't ''quite'' the massive success that ''Music/HybridTheory'' was, likely due to NuMetal [[DeaderThanDisco falling out of style]]. As a result, this would be their last album to feature NuMetal; with its follow-up ''Minutes to Midnight'' going more for a Music/{{U2}}-esque AlternativeRock/Arena rock sound while ''A Thousand Suns'' and ''Living Things'' experimented with electronics. ''Meteora'' is widely considered a classic by Linkin Park fans who view it as a worthy successor to ''Hybrid Theory''.

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The album was a monster hit, producing five singles: "Somewhere I Belong", "Faint", "Breaking the Habit", "From the Inside", and "Numb". It is tied with Music/RedHotChiliPeppers' Music/{{Californication}} ''Music/{{Californication}}'' for the album with the most weeks its singles have peaked at #1 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks. Critics praised the more melodic aspects of the songs and noted that the band straddled the LighterAndSofter themes with their characteristic {{Angst}} very well.

However, it still wasn't ''quite'' the massive success that ''Music/HybridTheory'' was, likely due to NuMetal [[DeaderThanDisco falling out of style]]. As a result, this would be their last album to feature NuMetal; with its follow-up ''Minutes to Midnight'' going more for a Music/{{U2}}-esque AlternativeRock/Arena rock AlternativeRock/Music/ArenaRock sound while ''A Thousand Suns'' and ''Living Things'' experimented with electronics. ''Meteora'' is widely considered a classic by Linkin Park fans who view it as a worthy successor to ''Hybrid Theory''.

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!'''I'm breaking the troooopes! Tonight!'''

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!'''I'm breaking the troooopes! Tonight!'''
!!''Troping From You:''

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