Linkin Park – Living Things – Personal & Emotional

Chester Bennington of Linkin Park
For me, Linkin Park has -along other great bands- always been with me. At the end of my pre-teen, through my long teenage years, to today. The alternative rap rock sound spoke to me from the moment, a young version of myself, turned on the kitchen cassette-radio and heard their smash hit Somewhere I Belong for the first time. Those busted speakers have never sounded so good.

And on June 20th, 2012 all the planets aligned, a blue mood appeared and Linkin Park released their fifth studio album, Living Things. I’ll admit that the “alternative rap rock sound” I once heard is long gone, that’s been the sad truth I’ve had to digest since Minutes To Midnight.

Regardless of the change in style, I love their latest album. It’s message is simple, emotional and can easily connect with personal experiences. As a faithful follower of this band, I give it a Ten out of Ten.

Track Listing:

  1. Lost In The Echo
  2. In My Remains
  3. Burn It Down
  4. Lies Greed Misery
  5. I’ll Be Gone
  6. Castle of Glass
  7. Victimized
  8. Roads Untraveled
  9. Skin to Bone
  10. Until It Breaks
  11. Tinfoil
  12. Powerless

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