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Living Things

Living Things is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Linkin Park. It was released under Warner Bros. Records and Machine Shop Recordings on June 20, 2012, in Japan, and throughout the rest of the world during the following week. Production was handled by vocalist Mike Shinoda and Rick Rubin, who both co-produced the band's previous two studio albums Minutes to Midnight (2007) and A Thousand Suns (2010)

The band states that Living Things combines elements from their previous four studio albums to create a new sound. They stated they finally felt they were in "familiar territory" and "comfortable in [their] own skin" after years of experimentation that resulted in their two previous studio albums, Minutes to Midnight and A Thousand Suns.

Living Things was chosen as the album's title because of the numerous personal topics on the album.

Review:

Linkin Park will always be a compelling and watchable entity - but Living Things doesn't deliver music as interesting or as arresting as what immediately preceded it.

Artist(s):
LINKIN PARK
Format:
CD

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Living Things is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Linkin Park. It was released under Warner Bros. Records and Machine Shop Recordings on June 20, 2012, in Japan, and throughout the rest of the world during the following week. Production was handled by vocalist Mike Shinoda and Rick Rubin, who both co-produced the band's previous two studio albums Minutes to Midnight (2007) and A Thousand Suns (2010)

The band states that Living Things combines elements from their previous four studio albums to create a new sound. They stated they finally felt they were in "familiar territory" and "comfortable in [their] own skin" after years of experimentation that resulted in their two previous studio albums, Minutes to Midnight and A Thousand Suns.

Living Things was chosen as the album's title because of the numerous personal topics on the album.

Review:

Linkin Park will always be a compelling and watchable entity - but Living Things doesn't deliver music as interesting or as arresting as what immediately preceded it.

Product details

Label:
Warner Brothers

Listen to tracks

Disk 1

  • 1. Lost In The Echo
  • 2. In My Remains
  • 3. Burn It Down
  • 4. Lies Greed Misery
  • 5. I'll Be Gone
  • 6. Castle Of Glass
  • 7. Victimized
  • 8. Roads Untraveled
  • 9. Skin To Bone
  • 10. Until it Breaks
  • 11. Tinfoil
  • 12. Powerless

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Linkin Park at their best

This is in my opinion the best record that Linkin Park has released to date. They have taken elements of all of their previous albums to create a masterpiece. Amazing.

belinda naude

excellent

classic Linkin Park

This album contains much more electronic elements than previous albums, making it sound as if Linkin Park is in transition again after A Thousand Suns. The great thing about this album is that the angst and anger of Hybrid Theory is back and even though it's a different sound than before, it's still classic Linkin park. Some great hip-hop tracks on here as well.

 

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