history of linkin park

Linkin Park is nu metal wing bands and alternative rock that came from Aguora Hills, California, in the United States. They had several times changed its name, such as Xero, Hybrid Theory, 0818, until the name Linkin Park until now. The name "Linkin Park" itself is a play on the name of a park in Los Angeles, Lincoln Park. Prior to become lead singer Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, Mark Wakefield the vocalist first. However, he came out from Linkin Park to be another project (becoming manager of the band Taproot) - when ituse the the name Hybrid Theory - to become manager of a music group Taproot . Bassist Dave Farrell aka "Phoenix" also never came out briefly from Linkin Park for a tour with his old band, Tasty Snax. While 4 other personnel - Brad Delson, Mike Shinoda, Joe Hahn and Rob Bourdon - Linkin Park always survive since the beginning of its formation. Linkin Park has released three studio albums, namely Hybrid Theory, Meteora and Minutes to Midnight. Linkin Park also released the album Live in Texas, Reanimation and Collision Course, and Hybrid Theory EP. Linkin Park's success in popularizing the songs like Crawling, In the End, Numb, Somewhere I Belong, and What I've Done. In total, Linkin Park's albums have sold over 50 million copies.

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