Linkin Park Live - 2003.03.08 London, England
|01. Don't Stay||Foreword Intro|
|02. Somewhere I Belong|
|03. Lying From You|
|05. From The Inside|
|07. In The End|
|08. A Place For My Head|
|09. One Step Closer||Reanimated Bridge|
- At some point during the show, Chester said, "I got distracted because of how many people were singing along. Alright, it seems we've got some real fans in here today" while Mike said, "You guys are sick."
- Linkin Park played 'A.06' for the UK Linkin Park fans in attendance, after they shouted for it. This happened again for the same group of fans at the August 21, 2003 show at London's Kerrang! Awards.
- 'A Place For My Head' was unplanned. The band played it because some gear broke and fans had requested it two days prior at Top Of The Pops as well as at this show.
- Before 'One Step Closer,' Chester pulled a fan up from the front row. He said, "He's been singing every word to every song" before having him come on stage and sing with him.
- The exact setlist is unknown. Linkin Park played the five new Meteora songs they played at Top Of The Pops as well as 'A.06', 'In The End', 'A Place For My Head', and 'One Step Closer'. It is possible that 'A.06' is in the wrong spot on our setlist, but we are pretty positive the rest is correct.
- The LP Underground announcement about the show read, "Linkin Park will be performing in London, UK on 8th March 2003, for a TV show called CDUK and we have a limited amount of FREE tickets to offer Linkin Park fans and their friends. This exclusive recording will be taking place in Waterloo from approx 2pm to 5pm and all guests are required to be 16yrs+ (photo id will be required)."
Source 1a: Video - PROSHOT (Channel 4)
Time: 23:31 mins
Format: DVD (M) / 1.57 GB
Sample: (Faint - 15 sec) - Download (right click and save)
Comments: Cut at the beginning. Only 'Somewhere I Belong,' 'Lying From You,' 'Faint,' 'From The Inside,' 'In The End' and 'One Step Closer.'
Source 1b: Video - PROSHOT (MTV Russia)
Time: ? mins
Comments: Includes 'A Place For My Head.'