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Meteora Enhanced, Import


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  • Audio CD (March 25 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Import
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • ASIN: B00008H2LB
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,518 customer reviews)

1. Foreword
2. Don't Stay
3. Somewhere I Belong
4. Lying From You
5. Hit The Floor
6. Easier To Run
7. Faint
8. Figure.09
9. Breaking The Habit
10. From The Inside
11. Nobody's Listening
12. Session
13. Numb


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Matt on Aug. 13 2003
Format: Audio CD
Linkin Park's "Meteora" is an incredible album. There isin't much on the CD but it is worth buying. Here is my opinion on each track rating from 1-10:
1: Foreword: This track is very short. It should have been in one of the songs on Meteora rather than the intro. [2]
2: Don't Stay: Good but not superb. I think it could of inproved with the chorus, they are too smooth rather than jumpy in sound. [8]
3: Somewhere I Belong: This song has great samples in the track along with moving guitar sounds. Chester was actually sick when he recorded the vocals in this song as the same with "From The Inside." I wounder how he pulled that one off? [10]
4: Lying From You: The samples for this song are incredible but the singing and rapping could have been improved. [7]
5: Hit The Floor: "Hit The Floor" is the heaviest track on Meteora but yet it has rapping in the process. The flanger in the guitar and vocals make the song pretty interesting. [9]
6: Easier To Run: Similar to the hit single from "Hybrid Theory," "Crawling." The vocals are smooth but very moving at the same time. [9]
7: Faint: I don't get why so many people take interest in this song. It's the worst track on the album. The samples for the song are really good. The rapping in the song was quite impressive too. It would have been superior if the chorus wasin't so poor. [5]
8: Figure.09: The guitar in this song are pretty good and so is the rapping. The chorus could have been better though. [6]
9: Breaking The Habit: "Breaking The Habit" is very similar to "My December," the best song Linkin Park has ever recorded that should have been on "Hybrid Theory.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "the_evil_rabbit" on April 20 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is Linkin Park's third full length album, but it's only the second one that features new material. That is to say, Park fans have been waiting a long time for this CD. Does it live up to the hype? Let's look at the CD Track by track...
1. Foreward: It's about 10 seconds of nothing. A beat that gets progressively faster with a glass shattering sound. Whoopdeedo.
2. Don't Stay: A heavy guitar combined with excellent sratches makes a good, rage-filled opening.
3. Somewhere I Belong: This is the first radio single. It's a bit slower then most LP songs, but that doesn't take away from the music. Excellent rapping by Mike.
4. Lying From You: Probably the worst song on the CD. Brad's guitar doesn't go anywhere special; and the backround loop gets a little annoying. Fortunatly, the chorus doesn't include it.
5. Hit the Floor: A good old angry song. Mike raps espcially fast, and Chester screams espcially loud.
6. Easier to Run: The boys bring it down a bit. Chester does the singing. Really nice, harmonical sampling.
7. Faint: A strange loop comes in at the beginning, but Brad does some nice guitar work to match the loop exactly. Put together nicely, includes a screaming bridge.
8. Figure.09: This is one of those songs that only LP fans will like. Nothing special, but a good song none the less.
9. Breaking the Habit: The CD booklett says this song took 6 years to finally complete. It shadows the eariler 'Eaiser to Run', with Chester singing the majority of the song. Magestic.
10. From the Inside: Again, only a song LP fans will enjoy. Nothing really special, except it's in 6/8 time.
11. Nobody's Listening: A Japanese flute humms in the backround while Mike raps about the band. It's not bad, but most people will probably skip the track.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Schwartz on March 26 2003
Format: Audio CD
Continuing to be my favorite band, Linkin Park first began playing in my room when I discovered their debut album "Hybrid Theory". It was awesome. Then, I picked up the remix CD "Reanimation" which was incredible and unique. Now comes Meteora, with their first new songs in three years. Right from the beginning, I was caught up in the furious energy of the sounds of the rap/metal six-piece.
1. Foreword- This is just a brief montage of some sounds leading up to the first song.
2. Don't Stay- The song blasts off with lead singer Chester Bennington singing to great riffs and well-done bass. A great metal intro.
3. Somewhere I Belong- The hit of the album, another great song, with some cool samples.
4. Lying From You- Great rap music by emcee Mike Shinoda leading to an intense chorus with great guitars. The best song on the album.
5. Hit the Floor- This harder, heavier song combines the two lead vocals in a furious unison. The sounds here excel, and the screaming hook is perfect.
6. Easier to Run- Similar to Crawling, this track has its own style but seems to fall short. It's just sappy and uninteresting.
7. Faint- Drums are excellent here, and with a unique combination with classical sounds, this is a cool, fast-paced track.
8. Figure .09- Another song with great rap sounds, accompanied by fantastic guitar and bass work, and is another of the best here.
9. Breaking the Habit- There just isn't enough going on here. The lyrics tried for a deeper meaning, but the riffs and beats just didn't follow it.
10. From the Inside- Not as fast, but sounds more original and defines the band's range and various tones.
11. Nobody's Listening- A neat Japanese flute sound combined with cool turntables and a fun beat.
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