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Where can I find the clean version of The Hunting Party? I've seen it referenced in a few places between different Linkin Park communities, but I can't seem to find a link to somewhere that has it for sale, and I'm 99% sure it wasn't released physically

 

Edit: One More Light Live, as well

 

Edit 2: While I'm here, Post Traumatic's clean version wasn't released physically either, correct? This I can find online, but I'm curious

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Where can I find the clean version of The Hunting Party? I've seen it referenced in a few places between different Linkin Park communities, but I can't seem to find a link to somewhere that has it for sale, and I'm 99% sure it wasn't released physically

 

Edit: One More Light Live, as well

 

Edit 2: While I'm here, Post Traumatic's clean version wasn't released physically either, correct? This I can find online, but I'm curious

http://lplive.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=11162

 

Post Traumatic on the CD in clean version is available at US Walmart store (supposedly).

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Hello everyone,

 

I'm hoping I'm writing in the correct thread lol I need some help. I'm writing a speech for my communications class amd I'm doing it on LP. I have some of the research but I'm having trouble answering two questions. I'm hoping someone can help me out here. Here are the questions:

 

1. What is the historical context? Or what their impact on music was, all that good stuff.

2. Why is this significant to the public?

 

Any articles would be incredibly helpful.

Many thanks in advance!

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Hello everyone,

 

I'm hoping I'm writing in the correct thread lol I need some help. I'm writing a speech for my communications class amd I'm doing it on LP. I have some of the research but I'm having trouble answering two questions. I'm hoping someone can help me out here. Here are the questions:

 

1. What is the historical context? Or what their impact on music was, all that good stuff.

2. Why is this significant to the public?

 

Any articles would be incredibly helpful.

Many thanks in advance!

https://www.revolvermag.com/music/linkin-parks-chester-bennington-lost-interview

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/linkin-parks-compassionate-thrash-191959/

https://www.newsweek.com/chester-bennington-linkin-park-hybrid-639964

http://audioinkradio.com/2016/08/linkin-park-keep-metal-live-mike-shinoda/

https://noisey.vice.com/en_us/article/rbk8w6/mike-shinoda-linkin-park-interview-the-hunting-party-cover-reveal

https://www.stereogum.com/1953412/against-all-odds-linkin-park-were-americas-last-huge-rock-band/franchises/sounding-board/

https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=pt&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=pt-BR&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fg1.globo.com%2Fmusica%2Fnoticia%2F2012%2F10%2Fo-linkin-park-e-o-que-restou-do-nu-metal-diz-chester-bennington.html&edit-text=

https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-40679745

http://the-dowsers.com/playlist/linkin-park-much-nu-metal-band/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hzZqG7_V60

 

what is the best quality that No Sun Today (Remastered) exists?

m4a 127kbps / 128kbps. Anything, Anything in mp3 320kbps.

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I have recently read that linkin park made the minutes 2 midnight album in 2 separate studios. one is owned by the band KoRn and the other was the rick rubin mansion. but the band did not record at the rick rubin mansion until after the japan tour in 2006. so this means they went to the mansion from mid august 2006 until sometime in 2007. long time. but my question is

 

we have a lot of demos from LPU. does anyone know which ones were made at koRns studio and what ones were made at mansion???? i bet heavier ones were from koRns studio

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Valentine's Day, according to the MTM booklet, was a Korn studio song.

 

thats really cool . do you know about LPU songs like pale for example? sounds heavy compared to a lot of the album they made at the mansion. announcement public service from linkin park underground 6 too it says in the notes it was created at koRn studio

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Hey guys, quick question. I posted this on LPA too but I haven't received a definitive answer.

 

I'm in the process of writing a biography of sorts on the band, and I've read conflicting reports on the founding of Xero. We've all assumed it was Mike, Brad, and Rob who started Xero and then recruited Mark Wakefield right? But I've done some digging around and it seems Mike has recently alluded to it being him, Brad and Mark who then recruited Rob. Does anyone have any concrete information on this?

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Hey guys, quick question. I posted this on LPA too but I haven't received a definitive answer.

 

I'm in the process of writing a biography of sorts on the band, and I've read conflicting reports on the founding of Xero. We've all assumed it was Mike, Brad, and Rob who started Xero and then recruited Mark Wakefield right? But I've done some digging around and it seems Mike has recently alluded to it being him, Brad and Mark who then recruited Rob. Does anyone have any concrete information on this?

 

i thought it was mike and brad that started the band and then they recruited rob and joe through knowing them in school and then phoenix, im not sure about him but i know he was an off and on member for bass. dont know about mark (singer before chester) but i watched a video where chester said he didnt like performing live on stage so he stepped down from the band and then they started looking for a new singer and found chester eventually

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Hey guys, quick question. I posted this on LPA too but I haven't received a definitive answer.

 

I'm in the process of writing a biography of sorts on the band, and I've read conflicting reports on the founding of Xero. We've all assumed it was Mike, Brad, and Rob who started Xero and then recruited Mark Wakefield right? But I've done some digging around and it seems Mike has recently alluded to it being him, Brad and Mark who then recruited Rob. Does anyone have any concrete information on this?

The band was founded by Mike and Mark. Brad came in later to add guitars to a few songs.

 

Check our Xero page on Linkinpedia for the full story:

http://linkinpedia.com/index.php?title=Xero_(Demo_Cassette_Tape)

 

For more information on the origins of the band, you can read these pages:

http://linkinpedia.com/index.php?title=List_Of_Unreleased_Songs#Pooch_Pound

http://linkinpedia.com/index.php?title=List_Of_Unreleased_Songs#Relative_Degree

http://linkinpedia.com/index.php?title=Junkyard_Scientific

http://linkinpedia.com/index.php?title=Hybrid_Theory_EP

http://linkinpedia.com/index.php?title=Hybrid_Theory

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The Linkinpedia page was my primary source. It just never really spelled out when Xero was officially formed and who was involved which was all I was looking for. Almost every other source on the band's origins say it was Mike, Brad, and Rob with Mark being recruited later, hence my confusion.

 

Thanks for the help though!

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The Linkinpedia page was my primary source. It just never really spelled out when Xero was officially formed and who was involved which was all I was looking for. Almost every other source on the band's origins say it was Mike, Brad, and Rob with Mark being recruited later, hence my confusion.

 

Thanks for the help though!

Sorry, I don't know what else you need. The page clearly states it was Mike and Mark in the winter of 1996. You can check our sources if you want. All of them are under "References". You can click on the numbers after each sentence to see where the information came from. We've read interviews from 2000 to 2018 and interviewed a lot of people associated with the band at the time to write those pages. I've never heard about Mark being recruited later. On some early interviews (2000-2001) they did avoid talking about Mark though.

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Sorry, I don't know what else you need. The page clearly states it was Mike and Mark in the winter of 1996. You can check our sources if you want. All of them are under "References". You can click on the numbers after each sentence to see where the information came from. We've read interviews from 2000 to 2018 and interviewed a lot of people associated with the band at the time to write those pages. I've never heard about Mark being recruited later. On some early interviews (2000-2001) they did avoid talking about Mark though.

 

You're right, for some reason I had read it wrong or missed that part. An example I found was on LPA's "The Band" bio which says Xero was founded by Mike and Brad. The first mention of Mark comes long after the other band members were recruited and mentions him as nothing more than a "high-school acquaintance" which implied to me that he was added at the last minute because they needed a vocalist. There are several other sources on the web I have found that implied the same narrative. Obviously none of these were nearly as well researched as the Linkinpedia article, but it was conflicting nonetheless.

 

My only remaining question is whether the demo tape Mike and Mark sent to the A&R rep was the Xero EP as we know it or a work-in-progress version of it? I assume there isn't an official confirmation either way.

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and one.... wow. chesters first song with the band and the lyrics really relate to the darkness inside him, even back then. ''keep it locked up inside''

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Hi, hope you dont mind me asking a seemingly daft question....

After watching a few videos, there are a few songs that have been done live that roll into another in places in a mash up style.

 

Is there a list anywhere that A) says what they are and B) has them to Download?

 

Thanks in advance

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Hi, hope you dont mind me asking a seemingly daft question....

After watching a few videos, there are a few songs that have been done live that roll into another in places in a mash up style.

 

Is there a list anywhere that A) says what they are and B) has them to Download?

 

Thanks in advance

 

That will be a long list

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Hi, hope you dont mind me asking a seemingly daft question....

After watching a few videos, there are a few songs that have been done live that roll into another in places in a mash up style.

 

Is there a list anywhere that A) says what they are and B) has them to Download?

 

Thanks in advance

We have lists of songs played live by Linkin Park and most of the related projects here:

http://lplive.net/wiki

 

We do not have a place to download individual tracks, but you can find full shows here:

http://lplive.net/forum/index.php?showforum=50

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Question for any die-hard ATS fans out there...

 

Out of the 15 tracks that made the album, does anyone know which one was conceived the earliest? I keep thinking that Robot Boy was from early to mid 2009, but I could be wrong. We know for example, Valentine's Day was the earliest song on MTM, and Mark The Graves was the earliest song on THP. It's interesting to me. Judging by LPTV and stuff, it seems like a lot of the songs were primarily created and worked on throughout 2010, since the album didn't come out until the last quarter of 2010.

 

It could even be a case in which nothing from 2009 made the album. A lot of the 2009 demos and 2008 demos have a heavier sound, and New Divide was pretty heavy compared to the album, too, and the band put that out in mid 2009 and toured until September for it.

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Question for any die-hard ATS fans out there...

 

Out of the 15 tracks that made the album, does anyone know which one was conceived the earliest? I keep thinking that Robot Boy was from early to mid 2009, but I could be wrong. We know for example, Valentine's Day was the earliest song on MTM, and Mark The Graves was the earliest song on THP. It's interesting to me. Judging by LPTV and stuff, it seems like a lot of the songs were primarily created and worked on throughout 2010, since the album didn't come out until the last quarter of 2010.

 

It could even be a case in which nothing from 2009 made the album. A lot of the 2009 demos and 2008 demos have a heavier sound, and New Divide was pretty heavy compared to the album, too, and the band put that out in mid 2009 and toured until September for it.

I want to say that Robot Boy was mentioned on Mike's blog in 2009 in some way, but as far as I know the blog isn't available anymore. The ATS demos started changing from the heavier demos to closer to what the album would sound like around October of 2009, so Robot Boy probably came from around that time if I'm remembering correctly.

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