Linkin Park Live - 2008.05.29 North Hollywood, California
|01. Wake 2.0|
|02. Given Up||Ext. Outro|
|03. Lying From You||2008 Intro|
|04. Leave Out All The Rest|
|05. We Made It||w/ Busta Rhymes & Spliff Star|
- The band performed for the first time a brand new version of 'Wake', entitled 'Wake 2.0'.
- Chester pulled off the full scream on 'Given Up'.
- 'Lying From You' was performed with a new intro, titled by us as the 2008 Intro.
- Busta Rhymes and Spliff Star joined the band for 'We Made It'.
- This was a "secret show", and was by invitation only from the LPU. Only fourteen fans were chosen to attend. They were blindfolded and taken from Warner Bros HQ in Hollywood to Third Encore, the location of the band's rehearsal spot. Mike said that this was the first time ever that any fans had ever been let into the band's rehearsal studio.
- 'Fell On Black Days' by Soundgarden was listed last on a draft of the setlist, between 'Leave Out All The Rest' and 'We Made It'. It was going to be performed by Chester and Chris Cornell but it did not happen for an unknown reason. When Projekt Revolution 2008 started, Chester actually joined Chris for 'Hunger Strike' instead.
- It was announced after the performance that Busta Rhymes would join Linkin Park on the Projekt Revolution Tour.
- After the performance, the band handed out setlists to fans. The "Set X" setlist (played at the first show of the European Tour in Denmark) had 'No Roads Left' in the first encore spot with 'What I've Done' and 'Faint'. These May 2008 rehearsals were when the song was practiced and was going to be in the set, but the band decided against it and replaced it with 'Pushing Me Away' (Piano Version). According to the band's crew, the song was later considered to be an alternate for 'We Made It' on Projekt Revolution 2008, but it never ended up being played. In a LPU chat in 2009, Rob said, "Not sure if we will play No Roads Left live, we did try it out and didn’t love the way it came across live." In another LPU chat in June 2011, Mike said, "We played it in practice once or twice and it doesn't really sound good."