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Linkin Park - Minutes To Midnight (Deluxe Version) (2016) [Hi-Res]

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Linkin Park - Minutes To Midnight (Deluxe Version) (2016) [Hi-Res]
Artist: Linkin Park
Title Of Album: Minutes To Midnight (Deluxe Version)
Year Of Release: 2007 / 2016
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Country: US
Genre: Alternative Rock
Quality: FLAC (*tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless [48kHz/24bit]
Time: 50:29
Full Size: 626 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


01. Wake (01:40)
02. Given Up (03:09)
03. Leave Out All The Rest (03:29)
04. Bleed It Out (02:44)
05. Shadow Of The Day (04:49)
06. What Ive Done (03:25)
07. Hands Held High (03:53)
08. No More Sorrow (03:41)
09. Valentines Day (03:16)
10. In Between (03:16)
11. In Pieces (03:37)
12. The Little Things Give You Away (06:23)

Bonus Tracks
13. No Roads Left (03:48) [44.1kHz/24bit]
14. Across The Line (Bonus Track) (03:11) [44.1kHz/24bit]

Opener "Wake" establishes the ethereal, synth-driven feel that characterizes much of the disc. Crunching electric guitars are few and far between, and most of the swirling, electronica-textured tracks weigh in at mid-to-downtempo. There are still moments of rock intensity, such as "Bleed It Out" (featuring one of rapper Mike Shinoda's few appearances), but the overall mood seems better suited to pensive bedsitting than a festival mosh pit. Co-producer Rick Rubin makes the dreamy soundscapes gleam, but longtime fans may miss the fist-pumping energy of early Linkin Park. Still, the new sonic palette of MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT shows a band willing to push past their own tried-and-true formulas.

"Rap metal is dead. Linkin Park are not, because they were always more than the meager sum of that combination — more pop and classic rock in their riffs, hooks and drive, even on Collision Course, their 2004 mash-up with Jay-Z. On Minutes to Midnight, co-produced by Rick Rubin, Linkin Park are more of something else — topical — and furiously good at it. In the last song, "The Little Things Give You Away," the band coolly torpedoes George W. Bush's petty, disastrous arrogance on Iraq and New Orleans (for starters), building from acoustic strum and soft-shoe electronics to magisterial Seventies-arena guitar and lacerating disgust. "All you've ever wanted was someone to truly look up to you," Chester Bennington sings. "And six feet underwater/I do."

That's not all. Bennington is not going over old-girlfriend ground when he promises, "Your time is borrowed," in the hammering thrash of "No More Sorrow." And Mike Shinoda's state-of-disbelief rap "Hands Held High" comes with military-funeral drums and an "amen" chorus. This would be as much fun as a filibuster if Linkin Park did not pay equal attention to the punch and detail in the gritty stomp "Bleed It Out" and the balled-fist guilt of "What I've Done." "Shadow of the Day" is a too-literal echo of Joshua Tree-era U2, but most of Minutes is honed, metallic pop with a hip-hop stride and a wake-up kick. "What the fuck is wrong with me?" Bennington barks over the jingle bells and distortion in "Given Up." The answer all over this record: nothing that getting off your ass can't fix." 4 stars out of 5 (David Fricke, Rolling Stone)

Chester Bennington, vocals
Rob Bourdon, drums & vocals
Dave "Phoenix" Farrell, bass & vocals
Brad Delson, guitars & vocals
Joe Hahn, background vocals
Mike Shinoda, vocals

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