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Linkin Park - BURN IT DOWN (Official Music Video)
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Linkin Park - BURN IT DOWN (Official Music Video) 23,832,283 views
Linkin Park - Numb 83,618,941 views
Linkin Park - Live @ Rock am Ring 06.06.2004 - 11 - Numb 9,554,638 views
Waiting for the End (Official HD) 39,390,518 views
Linkin Park - Live At Rock Am Ring 2004 - In The End 3,562,802 views
Linkin Park - In The End (Video) 49,799,973 views
Linkin Park - Somewhere I Belong (Video) 24,705,170 views
Linkin Park - Iridescent [HD] - from Transformers: Dark of the Moon 4,922,280 views
Linkin Park - "Leave Out All The Rest" 26,442,275 views
Linkin Park - "New Divide" 91,003,153 views
Linkin Park interview Australia part 1 {} 101,204 views
Linkin Park - Papercut 8,070,714 views

Linkin Park User Comments

Skylar H. Feb 19, 2013
I'm sure I speak for a generation of early-20-somethings when I say that Hybrid Theory and Meteora were iconic albums of my teenage years, and are real nostalgia inducers to the early 2000s when Linkin Park was everywhere. Of course I've gotten tired of the songs over the years, but I've still memorized them front to back, and objectively I still think they were good albums that were fresh for that time. However, my opinion on Linkin Park has definitely soured over the years since Meteora. I think it's a variety of things. Most broadly I guess, in my opinion the songs LP has put out in the last 6 or 7 years have been either extremely generic alt-rock with the same vague emo lyrics ("What I've Done", "New Divide"... do they not sound like the exact same song?) or were trying hard to follow their original formula of trying to convey the same angsty message through Chester's forced 'yell-singing' and Mike Shinoda's rapping contributions, which at this point are just annoying, especially combined ("Bleed It Out" is terrible). This formula worked when the guys were young and energetic in their early 20s; it doesn't work 10 years later when you know these guys actually are adults with families, yet trying to act like teenagers fighting against the world. It's like Green Day trying to maintain the same punk rock image for 20 years. It might usher in the oblivious newer listeners, but the people who have been with you a long time are going to notice your lack of creativity. Basically, Linkin Park had their well-deserved heyday when they came out with their take on a style of heavy alternative music that was new and exciting. But in the time since then, to me the band has proven they don't have creative staying power, and through following the same general formula, yet toning it down slightly, they've devolved into another cookie-cutter rock band. I'm not hating on everything LP has released recently (I like "Burn It Down") but in my opinion Linkin Park is well past its prime. Doubt they're going anywhere though.
Shirish J. Oct 6, 2012
Linkin Park brings back fond memories of my teen years and also makes me feel bad when I realize how many years have passed and how old I have become! Their album 'Hybrid Theory' is still my favorite album of all time. When I heard them for the first time, I was intrigued by the concept of rap and rock being mixed together. My favorite songs are 'Numb', 'Crawling', 'One Step Closer', 'Faint' and 'Somehwere I belong'. Not a big fan of their newest album or any songs they have come out with after Meteora. I hope they can come out with some music along the same lines of their first two albums.

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