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Living Things

June 9, 2012

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: June 20, 2012
  • Release Date: June 20, 2012
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Copyright: 2012 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
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  • Total Length: 36:58
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  • ASIN: B008B3H4VQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (425 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,813 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

They're all really good songs and I'm very glad I bought this album.
Brooke Adams
For those fans who enjoyed the band's previous albums, Hybrid Theory and Meteora, this album will not disappoint.
Bill Brasky
Every song on this CD got my attention and the more I listen to it the more I fall in love with it.
cassandra44

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56 of 62 people found the following review helpful By KitsuneA on July 30, 2012
Format: Audio CD
I like this album, I really do. I am one of 'those' LP fans who wish for the Hybrid Theory days and I know that's not going to happen. I came to terms with it. It's a 12 step process. ANYHOW.

That being said, I think this album, TO ME, was like having a craving for ice cream but getting frozen yogurt instead. Still pretty good but not quite what you have in mind.

I like the album but it sounds a little funky and I can't quite put my finger on why. I've listened to it about 5 or 6 times through now and I really. really. REALLY. want to love it but I can't. If you are a fan of the old LP you may have mixed emotions about it, like me. If you really liked the last album you will probably enjoy it a little more.

But, I will say, a SOLID album and worth a buy if you are a LP fan.

In the end (no pun intended), whenever I want to hear old LP I listen to old LP and I am still just as happy as the day I first popped in Hybrid Theory. So I guess I don't really need a new-old album anyways!
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26 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Greg on June 29, 2012
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I was one of the seemingly few people who stuck up for Linkin Park when they released their 3rd album in 2007, "Minutes To Midnight." I could admit that "Hybrid Theory" and "Meteora" had been much better albums, but I was glad to see the band try new things; something they would have to do lest their fans become bored with a fading genre. However, in 2010 I completely rejected "A Thousand Suns," not because it was different (I wanted them to take some risks) but because it seemed like a mess. The songs didn't flow together, and a lot of moments just seemed like noise. After my expectations were gone, I eventually grew to appreciate several tracks from that album, in fact I'd say it was some of their smartest material yet. It was enough to make me bite for one more album, which brings us to "Living Things."

It's funny, back in 2009 the band released a song called "New Divide" for the Transformers sequel. At that time they were working on "A Thousand Suns" and they stressed several times that "New Divide" was not any kind of indication of how their upcoming album would sound. The reason that's funny to me is become I think it was a very big indication of how THIS album sounds. In fact the first single, "Burn It Down," is almost like the same song. The format of the song is pretty basic, but I think it has a strong chorus that people at concerts could sing along to. I would very much describe "Living Things" as the missing link between "Minutes To Midnight" and "A Thousand Suns." It's sort of a mix of everything they've done so far. So while it may not show Linkin Park evolving in any specific direction, it does offer a variety to keep things interesting. "Lost In The Echo" sets the tone for the album and isn't unlike what you would expect after hearing the first single, but it is catchy.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Adam Rossier on March 11, 2013
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Great album, and easily recommended to be replayed. It's a testiment and throwback in the sense that this album if made to be listened to in it's entirety. There are a few great tracks on this album, but you'd be doing yourself a disservice without listening to the entire thing in order.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Steven Haarala on August 4, 2012
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I have all 5 Linkin Park albums. I am happy that their musical style has changed through the years, because I would not want 5 albums that sound the same. This album seems to be a compromise, about half of it sounding like "Hybrid Theory" and "Meteora", and the other half having the evolved sound of "Minutes To Midnight" and "A Thousand Suns". Of the ballads, "Burn It Down" is probably the best. "Roads Untraveled" is a little tame, although very pretty. "Until It Breaks" is a more complex song in the mold of the ones on "A Thousand Suns". Of the louder rock tracks, the best are "Lost In The Echo", "Lies Greed Misery" and "Victimized". There are 2 tracks that stand out because they don't quite fit into any category: "Castle Of Glass" and "Skin To Bone". I think that all this variety was an attempt to please as many of their fans as they could. This resulted in a good album but one which lacks the impact of an album like "A Thousand Suns", which was a unified concept album and deviated from the mainstream about as far as a pop/rock album could go. Still, the music is excellent, there is lots of emotion, and the vocals are as good as ever, so I would call "Living Things" another successful album.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cody B. on May 30, 2013
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Upon listening to their debut album, I realized just how accustomed I've grown to the band's new sound. Or really, their sound has always been about the same, but the intricacies, work, melodies, have all become more complex and professional. Let's face it, Hybrid Theory is clearly a rap-rock album for emotional teens. It's great, but it's wore out over the years. I believe this CD brings us back the polish of the Meteora album, the energy of Hybrid Theory, the experimentation of Minutes to Midnight, and the techno dance feel of A Thousand Suns. When the band says they mixed their previous albums' efforts into one album, they hit the nail on the head. Whether you are an old LP fan, new LP fan, or both, you're gonna enjoy this album!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By cassandra44 on June 19, 2013
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It seems as if Linkin Park's music changes with every album, and this is no exception. They've definitely kept up the top quality music they're known for. The album has 12 tracks, comes with a free one month trial of LP Underground (or at least mine did) and the front cover booklet includes lyrics for all the tracks. So many various new instruments are integrated and each song delivers something different to your ears. Chester still shouts, as always, and Mike returns with his top notch raps. Every song on this CD got my attention and the more I listen to it the more I fall in love with it. Every LP fan should appreciate Living Things. I've been a long time fan and they have yet to disappoint me.
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