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MP3 Music, May 15, 2007
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As for the people complaining that it doesn't even sound like them: So they changed part of their style. How many songs did you expect them to make using the Nu-Metal sound without escaping that annoying "hey, this sounds just like their other song" comment? It's good they changed. A wise move and an awesome album. Kudos to you, LP. Keep it coming!
Minutes To Midnight is the definition of what one may call an audible odyssey, taking the listener on a roller coaster of a ride, but somehow managing to stay on track and not lose focus of what the concept of the album is all about. Ten years has passed and through these years, Chester Bennington and Mike Shinoda's lyrical landscape has expanded to concepts listeners have never been exposed to. Several songs (No More Sorrow, The Little Things Give You Away, Hands Held High, and the first single 'What I've Done') encompass a political message. Unlike many rock bands today, Linkin Park decides to leave out their own agenda, and leaves one with a myriad of issues to think about and to make their own judgments.
Most noticeably different on this record is the fine addition of ballads and power ballads, a musical corridor Linkin Park has been hesitant to explore in the past. Luckily, Linkin Park does it quite well. Chester Bennington's transitional legacy as one of metal's most admired screamers and one of rock's finest singers is not omitted on this album. Rob Bourdon, already exposed as an extraordinary drummer, took his skills to the next level on this album.Read more ›
If the new sound isn't a bust, why are they trying to hide it behind these two songs?
This album is to Linkin Park what Slang was to Def Leppard. Want to bet that just like Def Leppard, after all the public talk about how happy they are with their new sound, the band runs back to the "less mature" "old" sound on the next album? Def Leppard never recovered from claiming to have outgrown the fans of the sound that made them, will Linkin Park?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is honestly one of my favorite albums from Linkin Park! When I saw that the vinyl was cheap, I immediately bought one! I had no idea this album was back on stock! Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jeff
Linkin Park is my favorite band, so not much for me to really say. This is however different from their first two albums (Hybrid Theory & Meteora). Read morePublished on December 29, 2013 by DJ Angry
My son and I are both Linkin Park fans. He originally heard my CD so I purchased his own. Awesome.Published on May 18, 2010 by Dianne Estabrook
Ignore the other post, this is a great album. If it is too loud, turn the volume down. Yes, there are several loud tracks, but that's the point. Read morePublished on July 2, 2009 by Alex
I am not your typical Linkin Park fan.
I am decades older than anyone in the band but I know good music when I hear it.
This is Linkin Park's best album to date. Read more