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Album Review

Live in Texas features material recorded during Linkin Park's Summer Sanitarium jaunt in 2003. It draws equally from the band's two studio albums, including past hits from Hybrid Theory and some soon-to-be's from the 2003 follow-up, Meteora. This makes it essential for any LP completist, but the casual listener might do well to steer toward the studio material. Vocalist Chester Bennington and MC Mike Shinoda play off of each other well enough, and their supporting players deftly re-create the layered, processed sound that has come to define Linkin Park. But this also works against the band, because their cool professionalism makes Live in Texas sound somewhat sterile. Sure, there's the usual stage chatter like "I wanna see your hands!" and "Alright, let's do this people!" — there's even an encouraging pep talk before "Pushing Me Away," dedicating the track to "all the musicians in the house." But besides some impressive harmonies on that cut, as well as the undeniable closing trio of "Crawling" (in lean and mean, stripped-down form), "In the End," and "One Step Closer," Linkin Park doesn't generate very much energy on Live. Bennington seems to struggle with the melody to "Somewhere I Belong," and at times the band seems lost inside its own sound. The buzzing, processed guitars separate from the percussion while the samples and vague turntablist scratches seem like a studio loop on reset. This kind of nit-picking shouldn't matter to LP fanatics; Live in Texas will likely serve as a their memento of the tour. But it's clear that top shelf production and mixing plays a significant role in making Linkin Park's albums so powerful.

Customer Reviews

Slow With The Times... But

After one thousand "LETS GET LINKIN PARK LOL!" playlists were formed, iTunes HAD to give in apparently. Regardless, strong. This music is what created the foundation for what I listen to today (junk), this was THE first band I had ever listened to. It is great to hear them live, a pleasure I only had but once, and I shall live with the memories forever. They have a great live show, so why not blow away 10 dollars?


Linkin Park is awesome live, and if you own this or any of their other live albums you'll know that I'm right. The only thing I don't really like about this CD is that they don't have all the songs they played. That's why I highly recommend you buy the version that comes with the concert too! (only $5 more also.....that's cheap!) I, although, bought this in a store because I don't have a video iPod, so my iPod would probably not fit the concert on, with all the rest of my music. So, if you like Linkin Park, buy the album. You will not be disapointed.


LP sound amazing Live! They are Sweetas and I will see them live before I die! lolz. Love Chester! LP KICK!


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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Live In Texas (Audio Version), LINKIN PARK
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock, Metal, Hard Rock
  • Released: Nov 18, 2003

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