Hybrid Theory, Xero, MMM...COOKIES
Hybrid Theory isn’t just the title of Linkin Park’s chart-topping debut album, but a career mission statement.
From day one, the same six players (lead vocalist Chester Bennington, drummer/percussionist Rob Bourdon, guitarist Brad Delson, bassist Dave ‘Phoenix’ Farrell, DJ/Programmer Joe Hahn, and keyboardist, guitarist, and co-lead vocals Mike Shinoda) built the band by fusing all their favorite styles of music into one unmistakable signature sound. With each album, Linkin Park defiantly challenges themselves and their fans by blasting into new musical territory. After setting the template for rock that incorporated hip-hop influences with Hybrid Theory and Meteora, they shifted gears completely and defied expectations with the polychromatic Minutes to Midnight, and again with the esoteric A Thousand Suns, before melding a piece of them all into 2012’s LIVING THINGS. With their 2014 release and heaviest offering in years, The Hunting Party, Linkin Park manage to capture their ever-innovative spirit with a hunger seldom seen in bands on their seventh album. One More Light (2017) is an interesting personal album, filled with a lot of emotion.
Unfortunately, on July 20, 2017, Chester unexpectedly died by suicide, shocking and saddening both fans and his own band members alike.
Hybrid Theory (20th Anniversary Edition)
One More Light Live
One More Light
LP Underground 15
The Hunting Party
A LIGHT THAT NEVER COMES (Remixes) - EP
A Thousand Suns - Live Around the World
Meteora - Live Around the World
Hybrid Theory - Live Around the World
Minutes to Midnight - Live Around the World
A Thousand Suns: Puerta de Alcalá (Live)
iTunes Festival: London 2011
LP Underground X: Demos
Waiting for the End - Single
A Thousand Suns
The Catalyst - EP
A Decade Underground
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