Linkin Park

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  • The Voice of Linkin Park

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    Voice of Linkin Park Over Linkin Park’s entire career, they have won over sixty awards ("Linkin Park Awards."). Their success was kick started by their debut album, Hybrid Theory, which contained massive radio hits (Leahey). Linkin Park went through many changes in order to get to where they are now. The band was eventually signed to Warner Bros and proved to be worth the investment. There are numerous ways to determine the quality and worth of a band and their success. Although Linkin Park faces few

  • History of the Band Linkin Park Essay

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    Linkin Park is a new metal band from Los Angeles, California. It has been an active band since 1996. Their labels are Warner Brothers Records and Machine Shop Recordings. The six members are Chester Bennington, Mike Shinoda, Joseph Hahn, Brad Delson, Rob Bourdon, and Dave Farrell. Mike Shinoda and Brad Delson recorded the band's first material in 1996. The two had attended high school together, where they met the band's drummer, Rob Bourdon. Mike Shinoda hooked up with DJ Joseph Hahn while studying

  • In The End : Written By The Band Linkin Park

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    Worldview Critique #1 “In The End”, written by the band Linkin Park, the band speaks about the hard times he faced throughout the entirety of his life. Although, numerous people speak of their trials and tribulations, Linkin Park speaks of the trials they’ve faced and how they tried to get through them, but he began to lose faith and now believes there is no reason to try. Naturalism is the belief that there is no greater being that created our world and that everything is made up of material and

  • Linkin Park History and Development Essay

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    World Music Tyler Remsen Music 109 April 25, 2004 Research Paper #2 - World Music Group LINKIN PARK: The Next Evolution in International NU Metal/Alternative Rock INTRODUCTION Although music has always personified the culture from which it originated, it has also been the most freely shared mediums between cultures. As new instruments and techniques are embraced by musicians; they are synthesized with the artist’s own styles and music genres then form or evolve with each generation

  • Linkin Park Research Paper

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    Two major suicides shock music world Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington has reportedly killed himself barely two months after his friend, Soundgarden’s frontman Chris Cornell By: Kasmin Fernandes Black Hole Sun was the ultimate anthem of the disenchanted kids in the 90s. Intelligent music listeners were doing a ‘wha???’ at the barrage of Barbie Girl-type pop videos when rock band Soundgarden burst onto the scene with this breakthrough track. Frontman Chris Cornell had written this song in 15 minutes

  • Disconnection Essay

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    it is somewhere that no one can bother them for the time being. I myself find comfort just lying in my bed staring at the ceiling and drifting off in thought. For artists though, they are able to find this comforting place in music. Blink 182, Linkin Park, and NAS are some of the famous artists that are able to disconnect from the world through their songs. They are able to get all of there thoughts out through music and the world has a chance to hear them.      In NAS’ song

  • Linkin Park's Rough Road to Success

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    Linkin Park is an American rock/alternative metal band. Formed in 1996, they are from Agoura Hills, California. Two of the band members, Brad and Mike, both graduated from Agoura High School in 1996. They have sold over 50 million albums and have won two Grammy Awards. They had success with their debut album, Hybrid Theory. Their second album Meteora, which was named after a series of monasteries in Greece, topped the Billboard 200’s album chart in 2003. In 2003, they were named the sixth best band

  • My Life Path My Music Changes With It

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    (title) As I look back on the life I have lived so far I see that with every challenge or shift I have faced in my life path my music changes with it. Whether I move to sad, upbeat, or empowering music, there is always something I listen to to drift away from the world and think. I think music is important for everyone because of that. It gives people an excuse to think and to comprehend what 's going on in their life. I know if I am going through something rough nothing feels better then to rest

  • Censorship And Censorship Of Music

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    I can 't seem. To find myself again. My walls are closing in.” (Linkin Park, “Crawling”). These lyrics just show to prove how much emotion was displayed into the song itself. With that said, censorship sabotages an artist’s intent to express themselves. Not only does it limit one’s ability to put forth one’s feelings into

  • The Importance Of Censorship Of Music

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    Music is a form of art. An art that has been around ever since the beginning of time. It is arguably considered to be the universal language of this world. Music is what connects the hearts and feelings of one another regardless of race, color, and religious backgrounds. Art is used to express oneself. It also has the power to motivate and influence others. Throughout the years, music has evolved and transformed in many ways. However, there are restrictions in today’s music, otherwise known as, censorships