15 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The “hybrid theory” Linkin Park introduced back in 2000 has evolved. New sounds like "The Catalyst" have become more majestic, less tied to hip-hop, and exponentially more symphonic. The components that make Linkin Park one of today’s biggest rock bands — the piano-based heartbeat, the chainsaw-guitar roar, the synth and drum machine pyrotechnics, the Mike Shinoda and Chester Bennington throat-shredding interplay — are magnified on its latest album, A Thousand Suns, co-produced by Rick Rubin and Mike Shinoda.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The “hybrid theory” Linkin Park introduced back in 2000 has evolved. New sounds like "The Catalyst" have become more majestic, less tied to hip-hop, and exponentially more symphonic. The components that make Linkin Park one of today’s biggest rock bands — the piano-based heartbeat, the chainsaw-guitar roar, the synth and drum machine pyrotechnics, the Mike Shinoda and Chester Bennington throat-shredding interplay — are magnified on its latest album, A Thousand Suns, co-produced by Rick Rubin and Mike Shinoda.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

smart-music-fan ,

Haunting

This album is beautiful, even if (and possibly because) not every song is a stand-alone hit.

Azwek E9 ,

could've been better

I love wretches amd kings one of the best songs i have heard i wish there was a clean version to this album because they swear in it. I would give this album more stars if there was more guitar and rock and if there was a clean version. Iridescent was pretty good to.

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