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Although rooted in alternative metal, Linkin Park became one of the most successful acts of the 2000s by welcoming elements of hip-hop, modern rock, and atmospheric electronica into their music. The band's rise was indebted to the aggressive rap-rock movement made popular by the likes of Korn and Limp Bizkit, a movement that paired grunge's alienation with a bold, buzzing soundtrack. ... Read more in Amazon's Linkin Park Store

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  • Audio CD (July 30, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • ASIN: B000069CWE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (562 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,762 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Opening
2. Pts.Of.Athrty
3. Enth E nd
4. [Chali]
5. Frgt/10
6. P5hng Me A*wy
7. Plc.4 Mie Haed
8. X-Ecutioner Style
9. H! Vltg3
10. [Riff Raff]
11. Wth>You
12. Ntr\mssion
13. Ppr:kut
14. Rnw@y
15. My{Dsmbr
16. Stef
17. By_Myslf - Josh Abraham/Mike Shinoda/Stephen Carpenter
18. Kyur4 Th Ich - Chairman Hahn
19. 1stp Klosr - The Humble Brothers/Jonathan Davis
20. Krwlng - Mike Shinoda/Aaron Lewis

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"Reanimation" is not just another remix album. With the help of over 20 friends in rock, electronic, and hip hop, from well-known to underground, we've reinterpreted all of the songs from Hybrid Theory, plus High Voltage and My December. "Reanimation" strives not just to be different from the original, but different from everything else as well.

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Reanimation is the evil twin of Linkin Park's 2000 debut, Hybrid Theory. While plotting their next studio album, the Southern California band enlisted some of aggro rock's leading lights, as well as some of the more enlightened underground MCs and producers, to slice and dice all the songs on their debut (including a few bonus cuts that made it to their Japanese release). Linkin Park allowed their special guests--including Korn's Jonathan Davis, Staind's Aaron Lewis, Orgy's Jay Gordon, the Roots' Black Thought, and Jurassic 5's Chali 2NA--to run riot through their songbook, tweaking melodies, writing new lyrics, and sometimes changing the entire intent of the originals. As a result, this collection of 20 songs is Mr. Hyde to Hybrid Theory's Dr. Jekyll. Most of Linkin Park's atmospheric and melodic moments have ended on the cutting-room floor--along with the self-consciousness that pervaded many of the songs--replaced with a brash impudence that's more rap than rock. Chali 2NA entirely changes the landscape on "Forgotten," shape-shifting the song into an alien being dubbed "Frgt/10," which takes you to a dark, desolate place with only your own disturbed thoughts and some electronic bleeps for company. And that's enough. This is a masterful art project that truly succeeds. --Jaan Uhelszki

Customer Reviews

A great cd, that is worth at least a listen to.
Jason R. Marple
If you like rap, Hybrid Theory, or are just a Linkin Park fanatic buy this album.
"wojo3"
The remixes are good and the songs are still great.
Eric Brooks

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79 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Robert Graves on June 5, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Linkin Park's "Reanimation" is a remarkable CD. Many people I know said they wouldn't buy it because they assumed it was just a collection of extended, watered-down versions of their originals. Untrue. Each song is completely unique from it's parent, often times barely resembling it. With each song they took it to the next level, sometimes rerecording/rewriting the entire vocal or rap section to make it different from the original. "Pushing Me Away" comes to mind as a great example of this. So there's the first thing - this is not just a pale reflection of "Hybrid Theory"; it's completely fresh takes on the songs, including some previously unreleased cuts only available to LP fan club members.
Although they used a dozen different producers throughout the CD it has an amazing continuity to it. The same melodic string and piano motifs appear throughout each recording, connecting it in a surreal way. There is only one production that seems out of place to me, and it's on the worst possible song - "In The End." This was their biggest hit from "Hybrid Theory" and fans were expecting more out of it than any other cut on the record (at least I was). They destroyed it. The producers gave the song a shuffle feel and laced it with the "yo-yo-yo" street thing, rather than the more rapcore attitudes that permeate the rest of "Reanimation." Terrible.
Fortunately, though, the rest of the CD shines. This may be the first record, with the exception of "Hybrid Theory," that utilizes the newest technology for the good of music, not for the worse of it. Here's a brief explanation.
Music is done entirely on computers today. There is no more tape. Only hard drives.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Lorraine on August 22, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Like most people, hearing that Linkin Park were releasing a remix version of the their debut album "Hybrid Theory" ,I didn't expect it to be much different except for a few differnt beats thrown in here and there. I didn't believe it could be possible for them to turn the greatest album ever, "Hybrid Theory", into an even bigger success.....But they have. From the moment these 20 powerful masterpieces poured through my headphones it brought me to a world of Musical Excellence. Linkin Park have built this world with their creative intelligence, masterful lyrics, and controlling beats that grip you from the moment they sound. It's the most amazing compliation I have ever heard. They are true Masters.
The album opens with the powerful remix of 'PTS.OF.ATHRTY' which takes you deeper into the whole atmosphere of the song.
'ENTH E ND' is stripped of its hard metal sound but its the beat and the updated wording of the song that grips you.
'FRGT/10' is transfromed into a much deeper statement and is more dramatic.
'P5HNG ME A*WY' is a remix of the beats and vocals and is more enjoyable to listen to.
'PLC.4 MIE HED' is also just a updated version of the original but very entertaining.
'X-ECUTIONER STYLE' is a compliation of different beats remixed with Black Thought providing the vocals.
'H!VLTG3' has a jazzy type feel to it and although I prefer the original mix its still an interesting listen.
'WTH>YOU' is brillant, with a strong rock feel to it, its very powerful to listen to.
'PPR:KUT' updated with cool voals, beats and guitars, its excellent.
'RNW@Y' is stronger than the original and more meaningful.
'MY<DSMBR' I also prefer the original version of this song but this remix of it isn't to be disgarded.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By "jordo127" on July 31, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Hybrid Theory was, in the opinion of most, an excellent album, and was certainly a financially successful one, especially considering it was the first serious recording venture made by the California band. The songs were usually bitter, often sorrowful, but seldom really angry in the dark, Nine Inch Nails sense of the word. NIN and bands like it have demonstrated that you don't have to be loud to be bitter and brooding, and Linkin Park has embraced this theory in Reanimation. By and large, the tracks on Reanimation are much quieter than their Hybrid Theory counterparts, but they are much darker. The effect complements the original album very well. The remixes themselves are very masterfully done, most notably 'Enth E End' (the almost jazzy new piano sample will catch your attention right away) and 'Krwlng' (Staind's Aaron Lewis lends himself very well to the song). The remixes of 'Place For My Head' and 'Pushing Me Away'--to which Korn's Jon Davis lends his considerable talents--and the previously unreleased track 'My December' are also well done. However, if you didn't care for Hybrid Theory, don't expect to enjoy Reanimation. Listening to the CD, I found myself preferring and disliking the same songs that I had when I got Hybrid Theory. Overall, though, it's certainly worth your money and an excellent CD to have, especially if it's to complement Hybrid Theory. Just as a brief aside, if nothing else go to a store and look at the back of the CD. You can have a little fun trying to decipher the twisted takes on the names of the original songs. 'Frg/10' gave me fits until I figured it out.
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