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Old 01-09-2023, 12:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Linkin Park's - Living Things

Linkin Park's Living Things is a highly anticipated album that does not disappoint. The band has evolved significantly since their inception, and this album showcases their growth and versatility as artists.

The album opens with "Lost in the Echo," a high-energy track that sets the tone for the rest of the album. The song features a driving beat and powerful vocals from Chester Bennington, and its lyrics explore the theme of feeling lost in the noise of the world.

One of the standout tracks on the album is "Burn It Down," which has a catchy chorus and a driving beat that immediately draws the listener in. The song's lyrics, which explore the theme of starting anew, are relatable and thought-provoking. The electronic elements in the track give it a futuristic sound, and the band's use of hip hop influences adds a fresh twist.

Another highlight of the album is "Castle of Glass," a more mellow and introspective track that showcases the band's ability to create beautiful and moving music. The song's ethereal sound and thought-provoking lyrics make it a standout track on the album. The use of electronic and hip hop elements in the track add depth and texture, and the chorus is particularly memorable.

In addition to the more upbeat and heavy tracks, Living Things also features some more experimental and experimental tracks. "I'll Be Gone" is a great example of this, with its stripped-down sound and more introspective lyrics. The song's use of electronic elements gives it a dreamy, almost ethereal quality.

Overall, Living Things is a strong addition to Linkin Park's discography and a must-listen for fans of the band. The album showcases the band's evolution and growth as artists, and its mix of heavy and more experimental tracks keeps things interesting. Whether you're a long-time fan or new to Linkin Park, this album is definitely worth checking out.
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Old 04-01-2023, 10:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Phenomenal album.
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