15 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Meteora finds LINKIN PARK fine-tuning the electro-fueled rap rock of their debut album, amplifying their strengths and delivering yet another blistering nu-metal triumph. "Figure.09" is laden with razor-sharp guitars and cathartic, screaming vocals, while the brisk "Breaking the Habit" layers lyrics about emotional confusion over delicate strings and zapping electronic whirrs. The real magic lies in the interplay between Chester Bennington's throat-searing voice and Mike Shinoda's sentimental, atmospheric instrumentation, both of which are on full display in the clawing desperation of "Somewhere I Belong."

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Meteora finds LINKIN PARK fine-tuning the electro-fueled rap rock of their debut album, amplifying their strengths and delivering yet another blistering nu-metal triumph. "Figure.09" is laden with razor-sharp guitars and cathartic, screaming vocals, while the brisk "Breaking the Habit" layers lyrics about emotional confusion over delicate strings and zapping electronic whirrs. The real magic lies in the interplay between Chester Bennington's throat-searing voice and Mike Shinoda's sentimental, atmospheric instrumentation, both of which are on full display in the clawing desperation of "Somewhere I Belong."

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
72 Ratings

72 Ratings

JWillman ,

Legendary Album

Buy this album. Almost every song is a great listen and iv been listening to it for the past 12 years still. Their new stuff might not be that great, but this album is legendary!!!!!!

TheAbar ,

This is the real Linkin Park

Not the other albums they have put out. Their new albums are not who they are and their fans know it.

Hurford575 ,

Cool

I absolutely hate that pop oriented sound they have now! I wish that sound can just go away permanently and replace it with the nu metal sound

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