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Although 2010’s A Thousand Suns and 2012’s Living Things found LINKIN PARK embracing a palette of sweeping electronics, The Hunting Party, is a forceful return to the guitar-driven, rap-laced rock of 2000’s breakthrough Hybrid Theory. Searing guitar solos, double-time rhythms and thrashing intensity make “Keys to the Kingdom” and “Rebellion” among the band’s heaviest songs to date, while other highlights—like “Wastelands” and “Guilty All the Same” (featuring legendary rapper Rakim)—fuse elements of classic hip-hop with the guitar heroics. The more poignant moments of The Hunting Party come with the brooding “Until It’s Gone” and the triumphant, fist-in-the-air chorus of “Final Masquerade”.

Customer Reviews

LP has become too Underrated!!!

Linkin Park as become so underrated lately, that I sometimes wonder if the people who write these reviews Are even Real LP Fans!? :\
Seriously, LP Fans nowadays, are WAY too fixated on their older work to actually appreciate some of their new work! And this Album is no acception! Personally, I actually LIKE some of their new Music.
A few favorites on this Album include: "Final Masquerade", "Rebellion", "Guilty All the Same", plus a few others.

Great, but not what it was said to be

The Hunting Party was foretold to be going back to the roots of the band, when their platinum selling album, Hybrid Theory, was released. Even though this album takes a nice sized step out of the electronic sound of the two previous albums, Living Things and A Thousand Suns, and another step into the tough metal of Hybrid Theory and Meteora, it doesn't make the distance and remains a bit soft, as heard in "Until it's Gone" and a few others. Overall, it wasn't as much like Hybrid Theory as I had hoped, but it's still their best album in a while, and hopefully they can make the final step back to Hybrid Theory.

Great Record

This is one of Linkin Park’s heaviest records to date and they somehow managed to fit in two soft songs on it. they have definitely made an impressive album and every single song is packed with endless energy. It should be pretty obvious Linkin Park is not going back to their Nu-Metal style that they used on Hybrid Theory and Meteora but if you are still looking for it, this is about as close as you will probably get to it. The mixture of crazy guitars, drums, and vocal collaboration is incredibly insane. A definite must-have for any Linkin Park fan.

Biography

Formed: 1996 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Although rooted in alternative metal, Linkin Park became one of the most successful acts of the 2000s by welcoming elements of hip-hop, modern rock, and atmospheric electronica into their music. The band's rise was indebted to the aggressive rap-rock movement made popular by the likes of Korn and Limp Bizkit, a movement that paired grunge's alienation with a bold, buzzing soundtrack. Linkin Park added a unique spin to that formula, however, focusing as much on the vocal interplay between singer Chester...
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