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  1. Downloaded Virginia Beach 2007 from the link in the main post and there aren't any doubles for any file. Imola 2011 sounds just fine. The problem you mentioned doesn't exist, there's no pause between the tracks. Shadow Of The Day from San Bernardino 2007 has its genre listed as "Other" just like every other file in the folder. Yeah, the other DSPs doesn't have genres, but I don't really think that's a big deal. It doesn't affect the audio quality. If you know anything that needs to be corrected, feel free to post here and we'll try to solve it.
  2. Everything is split into the tracks. Those are the original files from Linkin Park. Nothing was altered. They include the pictures as well.
  3. Pretty sure it's Warner. The label thought the DSP program wasn't getting them enough profit, so it made no sense for them to release older shows either. According to Mike, the entire band hates the song.
  4. Double click the show you want or right click -> download. When the download is done, use WinRAR to extract the files.
  5. Listen to the very beginning, before the song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnYoGUNsOSA&t=2700s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCOudbdYQ1E I've compared the video with the audience recordings we have and Manchester is the only one that fits. In Worcester, it was Chester who talked to the crowd before the song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foD97fjM0kc Not sure about the rest of the track, but I think it's just from Manchester. Edit: It's listed as Manchester here.
  6. This right here. By the way, is it really that hard not to post links to leaked material here in the forums?
  7. As of May 28th, the "Live 8 (Live, July 2005)" compilation is available on Apple Music with 115 tracks recorded live at a string of benefit concerts that took place all over the world on July 2nd, 2005. The album features much of the same recordings released in 2005 as part of the "Live 8: One Day, One Concert, One World" DVDs, omitting only the Pink Floyd songs. Two Linkin Park songs are present: 'In The End' and 'Numb/Encore' (with Jay-Z). This is the first time 'In The End' from this show is released in audio format. Check it on Apple Music here. Thanks to martinez for the heads up!
  8. No one removed anything. We've just finished recreating the show pages and we are still finding things to fix on them. We had to rebuilt a lot of things from scratch and the gallery wasn't that high on our priorities list since it isn't really essential to the site.
  9. Not sure about Meteora, but I know for a fact the Hybrid Theory instrumentals we have didn't come from a CD; and like some of the Minutes To Midnight "instrumentals", the "instrumental version" of One Step Closer in circulation was created with the multitracks.
  10. Dudes... http://linkinpedia.com/index.php?title=One_More_Light_Live#Writing_and_Recording
  11. Do you remember where he said that?
  12. Brian Howes added the song to BMI in early 2016. We've posted news about that back in the day. That's our source. lol
  13. I think that would actually be interesting. Here's a list in case you really want to count: http://linkinpedia.com/index.php?title=List_Of_Songs_By_Linkin_Park
  14. I love how everyone says BMI isn't reliable because they made one mistake once. Not really their mistake really, the guy wanted to give his composition to the band and decided to register it under their name. Not their fault. I can assure you that every other title listed under Linkin Park on BMI is 100% real, including "What Are You Worth" and "Ricochet".
  15. https://lplive.net/forums/topic/13666-introducing-the-lplive-archive/
  16. I still have the original file. What I don't have anymore are the commentaries split into tracks. If someone uploaded them I could add them to the channel, sure. We can't upload the songs though.
  17. You can listen to that vinyl on our YouTube channel, LPLive Archive. 🙂 I'm not sure if the clean version of The Rising Tied special edition was commercially available (I guess not since you didn't find any source), but it does exist. It was used for Mike's track-by-track commentary. It's basically the clean album (including bonus tracks) with Mike talking before each song.
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