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This CD/DVD combo, packaged in jewel case features Linkin Park's concert set from the Summer Sanitorium Tour. The CD features 12 songs and the DVD 17, along with backstage footage, from August performances at Houston's Reliant Stadium and Irving's Texas

Recorded on the Dallas date of the 2003 Summer Sanitarium arena tour, with Metallica, Limp Bizkit, et. al, Live in Texas is a concise, no-frills two-disc DVD/CD souvenir of the muscular Linkin Park live experience. 5.1 Surround Sound captures every nuance of Brad Delson's explosive guitar, the incendiary turntable flourishes of DJ Joseph Hahn, and the interplay between MC Mike Shinoda and singer Chester Bennington (although the audience sing-along on "Numb" gets lost across the barricades), as the sextet runs through a tight set of selections drawn exclusively from its bestsellers Hybrid Theory and Meteora, with the big hits ("Crawling," "In the End") programmed toward the climax. Casual fans may grumble about the absence of extras--there's no backstage-with-the-band documentary or viewing angle options, no previously unreleased songs--but hardcore devotees (who get plenty of face time on the DVD) should appreciate the opportunity to revisit the thrills of Linkin Park in concert whenever they wish. --Kurt B. Reighley
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 18, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • ASIN: B0000DJZAM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,878 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Andy on December 4, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Never ones to be too stingy with new releases, Linkin Park decided to end '03 with a live DVD/CD combo release that will please any LP fan. The DVD is basically an extension of the much shorter CD. All of their hits are performed live, straight from Dallas, TX (on the Summer Sanitarium Tour, which featured Metallica, Limp Bizkit, Deftones & Mudvayne). All of Linkin Park's live energy and enthusiasm translates well into this package. Aside from the songs you would expect to appear on here like 'In The End,' 'One Step Closer' or 'Somewhere I Belong,' there are plenty of little surprises and rarities in here. How many bands are daring enough to perform a remix? Linkin Park manages to pull it off with 'P5hng Me A*wy' which, although missing Stephen from Taproot, sounds better live than it did on "Reanimation." On 'One Step Closer' we are also treated to a sampling of Jonathan Davis' part (of course, missing the famous frontman again) during the bridge. "Meteora" stand-outs such as 'Figure 0.9' and 'Don't Stay' are powerful and potent additions to Linkin Park's live show and fit in with the tried and true tracks like 'Points of Authority' and 'Papercut.' All in all, with the DVD and CD together, this is one item any Linkin Park fan can't be without. For a band who is criticized often as being a boy-band with guitars, this live-disc proves everyone wrong. Linkin Park don't just come alive on the record, they come alive in their live show as well.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Nick Watkins on November 26, 2003
Format: Audio CD
After the release of "Meteora" (which is still in the top 40 and has been since it's March '03 release) disappointed quite a few fans, it did not me. I knew it would not match "Hybrid Theory", and it had it's great tracks as well that were better than some of "Hybrid Theory"'s, such as "Faint", "Figure.09", "Breaking the Habit" and "Numb". Now, only 8 months after the release of "Meteora", LP returns with their delightful DVD / CD combo "Live in Texas", recorded live Irving & Houston Texas during Summer Sanitarium shows in August.
Before I watched the DVD on this album, I had heard a few things about Linkin Park's live shows, most bad. However, after watching the DVD, I was completely convinced that they deliver one of the most emotional and energetic shows of any of the new rock bands out there. The people who were saying their shows were unsatisfactory were probably just those "anti-everything mainstream" people (and there's nothing wrong with not liking mainstream music, because most talent is, in fact, in the underground, however, some people push it over the limit) who hate Linkin Park because they sell records. But anyway, the DVD is 68 minutes long and contains these tracks and how I rate the performance:
1. Don't Stay (4/5)
2. Somewhere I Belong (4/5)
3. Lying From You (5/5)
4. Papercut (5/5)
5. Points of Authority (5/5)
6. Runaway (5/5)
7. Faint (4/5)
8. From the Inside (4/5)
9. Figure.09 (5/5)
10. With You (3/5)
11. By Myself (3/5)
12. P5HNG ME A*WY (5/5)
13. Numb (5.5)
14. Crawling (3/5)
15. In the End (4/5)
16. A Place For My Head (5/5)
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Petar Vodogaz on March 2, 2005
Format: Audio CD
And all I can say is I am so happy and glad that I did purchase this twin set CD/DVD from Linkin Park on tour during 2003 with Limp Biskit and Metalica. 'Live In Texas' actually Dallas is a work of art and for any hardcore fan of Linkin Park this is the Digi-pack for you!

The first CD comprises of 12 audio tracks drawn from Linkin Park's first two albums 'Hybrid Theory' and 'Meteora'. There are no new song releases on this CD just a remix of Pushing Me Away (Track 8). The hits of 'Somewhere I belong' and 'Crawling' and 'One Step Closer' are included on this audio CD.

CD 2 is actually the DVD of the actual concert and it is filmed expertly and gets the band action full on as well as the crowd moshing and jumping to the music. What an exhilarating feeling. All in all there are 18 songs in the concert with live powerful performances of 'Faint', 'By Myself', 'Numb' and 'In the End'.

A must for any new or old fan of Linkin Park. I thoroughly enjoyed this feast of viewing pleasure to the senses.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Matt on November 20, 2003
Format: Audio CD
As much as I'm into the more "underground" scene with Industrial and Metal music, I love Linkin Park. Despite all the bullsh-t criticism they get from people that claim they are nothing more than another nu-metal band, these guys are truly talented. They put on an awesome live show, and have so much energy that breathes new life into their songs. I saw them this summer on The Summer Sanitarium Tour (which this particular concert was recorded from) and they were awesome. The boys really know how to work a crowd. This live release contains basically all the best songs off their three major-label albums, with only 1 being from the *okay* remix album, "Reanimation". Of course, the DVD is superior to the cd in so many ways. The only problems with this are the following: Flaw 1 - There are 17 songs and about 68 minutes on the DVD, and the cd is only 12 tracks and 41 minutes?! What gives?! Come on guys, you could have left some songs on there.... Flaw 2 - The whole thing is edited. And when I say edited, I mean whenever Chester or Mike would say something like "I can't f*cking hear you!" or "Dallas, you guys are the sh*t"'s blanked out. Like they really cuss that much live anyway....I don't think this would have been tagged with a Parental Advisory or something, guys. Well aside from that, this is a superb live release, containing pretty much all their big popular singles and other hardcore fan favorites. If they would have had "Hit The Floor" on here (which they played when I saw them) then it would definitely be 5 stars, flaws or not. Bottom Line: If you don't own this, you're not a Linkin Park fan, period.
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