Linkin Park History Early years (1996–2000) Linkin Park was founded by three high school friends; Mike Shinoda, Rob Bourdon, and Brad Delson.[15] The three attended Agoura High School in Agoura Hills, California, an affluent suburb of Los Angeles. After graduating from high school, the three began to take their musical interests more seriously, recruiting Joe Hahn, Dave "Phoenix" Farrell, and Mark Wakefield to perform in their band, Xero. Though limited in resources, the band began recording and producing songs within Shinoda’s makeshift bedroom studio in 1996, resulting in a 4-track demo tape, entitled as Xero.[15][16] Tensions and frustration within the band grew however after they failed to land a record deal.[15] The lack of success and stalemate in progress prompted Wakefield, at that time the band's vocalist, to leave the band in search of other projects.[15][16] Farrell also left to tour with Tasty Snax and other bands.[17][18] Linkin Park
Linkin Park

Linkin Park

Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Linkin Park Linkin Park au Sonisphere Festival Ils ont également collaboré avec plusieurs artistes, notamment avec le rappeur Jay-Z dans l'album Collision Course sorti en 2004, et quelques autres dans leur album remix Reanimation de 2002 ; et sorti les CD/DVD live Live in Texas et Road to Revolution: Live at Milton Keynes. En novembre 2013, Linkin Park avait vendu plus de 60 millions d'albums et gagné deux Grammy Awards[1],[14],[15]. D'autre part, le groupe est devenu en septembre 2012 le premier groupe de rock à franchir le cap du milliard de vues sur le site de vidéos YouTube[16],[17],[18].
Linkin Park - Intro/Don't Stay
Linkin Park - Runaway
Linkin Park - Wish
Linkin Park - A Place For My Head
Linkin Park - Papercut
Linkin Park - From The Inside
Linkin Park - Crawling
Linkin Park - Breaking The Habit
Linkin Park - Numb
Linkin Park - In The End
Linkin Park - Pts.OF.Athrty
Linkin Park - Bleed It Out
Linkin Park - Leave Out All The Rest