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Linkin Park

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Linkin Park/Deftones: Manchester Apollo

Live Review by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 26 March 2001

The boy band, nu metal style ...

Linkin Park: Boys from The Backstreet

Interview by David Quantick, Q, Summer 2001

Are Linkin Park the pre-fabricated face of nu-metal? Drug convictions, obsessive fans and a festival slot alongside Slipknot would suggest otherwise. "We really don't give ...

Linkin Park: Reanimation/Space Monkeyz Vs. Gorillaz: Laika Come Home

Review by Will Hermes, Spin, September 2002

WHO INVENTED the remix? Let P. Diddy debate that one with a posse of royalty-deprived Jamaican dub producers. ...

Pirate Paranoia

Report by Toby Manning, The Guardian, 15 February 2003

Since the advent of the unholy trinity of internet, MP3 and CD burner, the music industry has gone into piracy tailspin. Toby Manning feels like ...

Linkin Park: Meteora

Review by Dan Gennoe,, March 2003

LINKIN PARK'S debut album, Hybrid Theory, sold an enviable 14 million copies, rating it as America's biggest selling album of 2001, picking up a Grammy ...

Linkin Park: Brixton Academy, London

Live Review by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, 7 March 2003

WITH EACH successive press release, the sales figures for Linkin Park's debut album, Hybrid Theory, spiral upwards remorselessly — 13m, 14m, now apparently as many ...

Linkin Park: Are We Having Fun Yet?

Interview by Dorian Lynskey, Q, April 2003

Of course not. Back off groupies and drug dealers: this is Linkin Park, the world's most sensible multi-millionaire metal stars. ...

Linkin Park: O2 Arena, London

Live Review by Lisa Verrico, The Times, 30 January 2008

IF YOUNG ROCK ACTS are struggling to sell albums, someone forgot to tell Linkin Park. Seven years since their debut, Hybrid Theory, won a Grammy, ...

Linkin Park: Things Falling Apart

Interview by Scott McLennan, Rip It Up (Australia), 2 August 2012

They made their fortune on the back of punchy hit singles such as 'What I've Done', 'In The End' and 'Numb' tapping into a 21st ...

Linkin Park: O2, London — nu-metal escapees move beyond teen angst

Live Review by Ian Gittins, The Guardian, 4 July 2017

Pop-R&B smashes and an appearance from Stormzy underline just how far the band have come since the dark days of Limp Bizkit ...


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