Linkin Park - Maximum Linkin Park
NME.COM feature on Linkin Park - Maximum Linkin Park album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 11 February 2003
Giants of nu-metal remixed, with some success....
Such is the paranoia surrounding the Linkin Park summer holiday (or 'remix') album and the threat of internet piracy, that in order to review the 20-track mutha, NME is required to scoot off to the band's label for a listening session. Not an unusual demand these days, but this is for a remix album, a project invented specifically for die-hard fans who by definition will buy...
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Linkin Park - Maximum Linkin Park: Wikipedia Album Entry
As the subtitle - "The unauthorized biography of Linkin Park" - states, this mixture of sound clips and narration describes the band's early years and development prior to their release of Hybrid Theory.
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