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Road to Revolution Live at Milton Keynes [PA] [Digipak]


  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. One Step Closer
    2. From the Inside
    3. No More Sorrow
    4. Given Up
    5. Lying from You
    6. Hands Held High
    7. Leave out All the Rest
    8. Numb
    9. Little Things Give You Away, The
    10. Breaking the Habit
    11. Shadow of the Day
    12. Crawling
    13. In the End
    14. Pushing Me Away
    15. What I've Done
    16. Numb/Encore
    17. Jigga What/Faint - (featuring Jay-Z)
    18. Bleed It Out
    0. DISC 2:
    1. One Step Closer
    2. From the Inside
    3. No More Sorrow
    4. Given Up
    5. Lying from You
    6. Hands Held High
    7. Leave out All the Rest
    8. Numb
    9. Little Things Give You Away, The
    10. Breaking the Habit
    11. Shadow of the Day
    12. Crawling
    13. In the End
    14. Pushing Me Away
    15. What I've Done
    16. Numb/Encore - (featuring Jay-Z)
    17. Jigga What/Faint - (featuring Jay-Z)
    18. Bleed It Out
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 516748-2

  • Credits
    ProducerEmer Patten
    EngineerMike Cox

    Audio Mixers: Ken "Pooch" VanBruten; Dylan Ely.
    Audio Remasterer: Brian "Big Bass" Gardner.
    Captured in front of a massive crowd in England during their Projekt Revolution tour, the music on Linkin Park's ROAD TO REVOLUTION finds the platinum-selling nu-metal survivors in peak form. At 18 tracks, many of the band's most popular songs are present, including two mash-ups featuring Jay-Z, and the sound quality is superb. Despite the sometimes complex nature of Linkin Park's music, they pull off every song with aplomb, proving that they are hardly a studio construction. At over 80 minutes (and with an accompanying live DVD), the set is a fairly complete picture of the band's career up to this point. It begins with a moody, slow-burn version of "From the Inside," building up with Mike Shinoda's rapping until singer Chester Bennington catches hold of the chorus. Like most of their material, it mixes metal angst, hip-hop's staccato rhythms, and Depeche Mode-like atmosphere and drama. Other hits, like "Numb" and "In the End," are given stirring performances. By the time Jay-Z shows up for "Numb/Encore," the mood is a celebratory one, a victory lap for a band that outgrew and outlasted a trend.

  • Critic Reviews
    Kerrang (Magazine) (p.48) - "ROAD TO REVOLUTION is the next best thing to reliving a night which has rightfully earned legendary status."
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