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Hybrid Theory Linkin Park @ Google Play £1.99

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Hybrid Theory is the debut album by the American rock band Linkin Park, released on October 24, 2000 Read More
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Hybrid Theory is the debut album by the American rock band Linkin Park, released on October 24, 2000
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11 Likes #1
Ok now I feel old

Edited By: llusnewo on Aug 21, 2016 20:36: Typo
7 Likes #2
yep, my youthful day's just flashed before me.
6 Likes #3
Great album. I also now feel old.
1 Like #4
crawling in my skin
these wounds they will not heal
fear is how I fall
confusing what is real
5 Likes #5
One of the best albums I've ever bought, I still play it obnoxiously loud in my car frequently.
2 Likes #6
'Papercut' is still in my all-time top 10 tracks.
#7
Goat album
1 Like #8
Is this album really 16 years old already? Wow. Awesome album though from start to finish, highly recommended..
1 Like #9
First album I ever bought. One of a few albums I like all the tracks on.

Funny tidbit: When I bought this, my friend said I was turning into a goth. As the years passed, I stayed the same but he ended up growing his hair long, walking around in leather/ripped denim and became a 'metal head'. He was against all these stereotypes when he was younger. We still laugh about it to this day.
2 Likes #10
Got to say, listened to it recently and thought, 'did i really listen to this type of music back then'?

Either it hasn't aged well, or I haven't.
1 Like #11
Still a great album - it is hard to believe that its 16 years old
#12
Great album
1 Like #13
Still listen to this album and meteora (I think that's what it's called) in the gym during the heavier tiring sessions X) still sounds good surprisingly 16 years on!
#14
wonkyleg
Got to say, listened to it recently and thought, 'did i really listen to this type of music back then'?
Either it hasn't aged well, or I haven't.

No it sounds very dated to 2016 ears but to Y2K ears it was a new and fresh sound and highly influential to many have that have come and gone since.
#15
Great Album. Started me on my LP love affair. MeteorA is my favourite but this is where they came good.
#16
wonkyleg
Got to say, listened to it recently and thought, 'did i really listen to this type of music back then'?
Either it hasn't aged well, or I haven't.

I'd say it's you. Although LP have been copied by a hundred other bands, so I guess if you listen to some of those, these will feel less unique. I personally think this and Meteora have aged very well indeed. I still listen to them regularly at the gym etc.

Edited By: AceRimmer15 on Aug 21, 2016 16:40
#17
Lord vader
Great Album. Started me on my LP love affair. MeteorA is my favourite but this is where they came good.

It's their first album. You're saying they 'came good' on their first album. Which would mean they were good from the start and the concept of when they 'came good' doesn't really apply. Do you know it's their first album?

This is a great album though, like Meteora, it's a bit short. They're only about 36 minutes. I used to feel a little cheated by LP because their albums were so short. All killer, no filler though. Such Nu Metal :)

"I'd like to introduce, Misterrrrrr Haaaaaaahn."
#18
Well worth this price, amazing album!
#19
ChestersChest
Lord vader
Great Album. Started me on my LP love affair. MeteorA is my favourite but this is where they came good.

It's their first album. You're saying they 'came good' on their first album. Which would mean they were good from the start and the concept of when they 'came good' doesn't really apply. Do you know it's their first album?

This is a great album though, like Meteora, it's a bit short. They're only about 36 minutes. I used to feel a little cheated by LP because their albums were so short. All killer, no filler though. Such Nu Metal :)

"I'd like to introduce, Misterrrrrr Haaaaaaahn."


I probably meant the first album that got me into them - I had the remix album first re-animation and then sought out the albums the remixes were from, and this one was the first I got. Big fan of the Jay Z mash ups as well.
#20
Used to love this album very few albums i can stand from start to finish.. this and The Slim Shady LP I used to have on in my minidisc player always.
#21
I can't believe it's almost been 16 years :\
Still love the album, though!
#22
papercut is still a great track, classic album
1 Like #23
My first and favourite album of all time. Love every track from it and recently became the first album I ever bought on vinyl. This and Meteora their best 2 but I still got the rest. Love LP! :D
2 Likes #24
zan87
First album I ever bought. One of a few albums I like all the tracks on.

Funny tidbit: When I bought this, my friend said I was turning into a goth. As the years passed, I stayed the same but he ended up growing his hair long, walking around in leather/ripped denim and became a 'metal head'. He was against all these stereotypes when he was younger. We still laugh about it to this day.


in the end, it doesn't even matter
#25
Thanks OP! Its a great album and I love all the songs on it (esp Papercut). Really curious to hear it again to see if I still like it as much as I did. :o
#26
One for the smellies.

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