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Road To Revolution: Live At Milton Keynes

by Linkin Park

Road To Revolution: Live At Milton Keynes by Linkin Park

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Road To Revolution: Live At Milton Keynes

by Linkin Park

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Label: Warner Bros.
Linkin Park have a lot to juggle live. On the one hand, they’re a metal band expected to slay their fans with brute strength. On the other, they love studio experimentation and inventing new ways to cut their sound with hip-hop, electronica and pop. As a result, Road to Revolution can at times feel manic and congested, as if the group is overly concerned with creating the ultimate, full-throttled concert experience. But for the most part, they succeed. A definite peak arrives when singer Chester Bennington invites the one and only Jay-Z out for “Numb/Encore” and “Jigga What/Faint.”

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Linkin Park have a lot to juggle live. On the one hand, they’re a metal band expected to slay their fans with brute strength. On the other, they love studio experimentation and inventing new ways to cut their sound with hip-hop, electronica and pop. As a result, Road to Revolution can at times feel manic and congested, as if the group is overly concerned with creating the ultimate, full-throttled concert experience. But for the most part, they succeed. A definite peak arrives when singer Chester Bennington invites the one and only Jay-Z out for “Numb/Encore” and “Jigga What/Faint.”

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About This Album

Linkin Park have a lot to juggle live. On the one hand, they’re a metal band expected to slay their fans with brute strength. On the other, they love studio experimentation and inventing new ways to cut their sound with hip-hop, electronica and pop. As a result, Road to Revolution can at times feel manic and congested, as if the group is overly concerned with creating the ultimate, full-throttled concert experience. But for the most part, they succeed. A definite peak arrives when singer Chester Bennington invites the one and only Jay-Z out for “Numb/Encore” and “Jigga What/Faint.”