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Linkin Park Live - 2004.08.05 Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

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August 05, 2004
Cuyahoga Falls, OH  United States
Blossom Music Center
Venue Type: 
Projekt Revolution Tour
Main Stage
Show #: 
10 of 32
Other Bands: 

Korn, Snoop Dogg, The Used, Less Than Jake



01. Don't Stay Gacela Intro
02. Lying From You
03. Papercut Short Intro
04. Points Of Authority Reanimated Intro
05. With You Short Reanimated Intro; Reanimation-style
06. Runaway Transition Intro
07. Step Up/Nobody's Listening/It's Goin' Down Hip-Hop Medley
08. Somewhere I Belong Short Intro
09. Figure.09 Blood, Anger, Suffering Outro Transition
10. From The Inside Ext. Intro
11. Breaking The Habit Long Piano Intro; Guitar Outro Transition
12. Numb Guitar Intro
13. Faint w/ Bert McCracken
14. In The End Short Ambient Intro
15. A Place For My Head Ext. Intro & Bridge
16. Crawling Long Krwlng Intro
17. Wish Nine Inch Nails cover; Shortened Jam Ending
18. One Step Closer Reanimated Intro & Bridge; w/ Jonathan Davis

Show Notes:

- Ivan the Urban Action Figure came out and danced on 'It's Goin' Down'.

- Bert McCracken of The Used came out and sang on 'Faint'.

- Jonathan Davis of Korn came out and sang on 'One Step Closer'.

Other Notes:

- Brad smashed a guitar at this show and donated it to the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City. Astat details the entire story behind this black PRS: "This guitar lived a very tortured life. It was originally rented from a music store in Los Angeles for the "Numb" music video shoot (they needed a black PRS on short notice, as Joe Hahn wanted an all-black color scheme for the instruments in the video). Brad happened to be wearing a belt with a large metal buckle the day of the video shoot...yep, you guessed it, buckle rash! The band wound up having to buy the instrument from the music store, since they damaged it. The guitar then found its way into Brad's touring rig for the Summer Sanitarium tour, where it was used as an Eb-tuned guitar. Since it was in the correct tuning for the song, this guitar wound up being used for "A Place for My Head" on one of the nights Brad didn't smash a cheap Ibanez...meaning it got smashed as well. The guitar was repaired, however, and returned for the 2004 Projekt Revolution tour, once again as an Eb-tuned guitar, and it once again became a "smasher" for "A Place for My Head," but with a twist: Brad and Sean (his guitar tech) got into a little competition involving this guitar, where Brad would smash it every night, and Sean would fix it and give it back to him at the next show, to see who would give up on the guitar first. Sean repaired this guitar over 20 times in total! At the August 3rd show in Camden, New Jersey, a piece of the headstock went missing, which would normally have been a "death blow" to the guitar, but instead, Sean grabbed a couple of Korn's drum sticks, glued them together to fill in the missing piece, glued the entire headstock back together, spraypainted it black, and glued one of Brad's guitar picks over the truss rod cover. At the following show in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio on August 5th (my first Linkin Park show!), Brad tossed the guitar on the ground after "A Place for My Head" again, and this time Chester picked it up and REALLY made sure to smash it up. Brad told Sean after the show that he was giving up, and not to hand him that guitar again at the next show. Crew 1, band 0! The entire band (and Sean) ended up signing the guitar and donating it to the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City, but not before the black speed knobs were swapped out for gold ones (the band doesn't really like to use the gold knobs on their guitars, so they swap them out whenever they can)."

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