Linkin Park – Hybrid Theory

// August 27th, 2018 // Linkin Park
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Hybrid Theory is the debut album by the American rock band Linkin Park, released on October 24, 2000 through Warner Bros. Records. The album was a commercial success, having sold over 10 million units in the United States.

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2 Responses to “Linkin Park – Hybrid Theory”

  1. Da Mon says:

    The Classic That Started It All… Despite the pretentious spattering by Amazon Reviewer Bill Forman, Hybrid Theory is actually a perfect title for this album.Some tracks are just that-a hybrid of metal and hip hop; occasionally throwing in alternative rock as well.The use of distortion on With You is incredible-in fact nearly every track has something wonderful to offer. The lyrics of most of the tracks are a fantastic exploration of values and mindsets.It might not matter to any of you, but somehow this…

  2. Lafeesha says:

    I love vinyl and I had to buy this record If new to music, new to the rock scene in general, or new to Linkin Park, this is a must listen album!Papercut – An awesome opening track for an album, and when someone tells me to give them a song to listen to by them, this is a track that always comes to mind. Has bright, vibrant, filling guitar from Brad, has rapping from Mike, has nice, bright singing from Chester, and even a little vocal frying from him at the end of every chorus.One Step Closer – A very, angst-y if…

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