List of songs recorded by Linkin Park

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American rock band Linkin Park has recorded material for seven studio albums, the current one named One More Light, after one of the songs in the album.A single from the album titled "Heavy" has been released worldwide. The band was formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1996 by three high school friends; Mike Shinoda, Rob Bourdon, and Brad Delson.[1] The group later expanded to a six piece when they added Joe Hahn, Dave "Phoenix" Farrell, and Mark Wakefield to the line-up. Mark Wakefield was later changed by lead vocalist Chester Bennington.[2][3] After facing numerous rejections from several major record labels, Linkin Park turned to Jeff Blue for additional help. After failing to catch Warner Bros. Records on three previous reviews, Jeff Blue, now the vice president of Warner Bros. Records, helped the band sign a deal with the company in 1999. The band released its breakthrough album, Hybrid Theory, the following year.[2] The album produced four singles, "One Step Closer", "Crawling", "Papercut" and "In the End".[4] The album included a total of twelve songs in addition with two special edition tracks available in Japan. Later in 2002 the band released a Remix album Reanimation, which would include works from Hybrid Theory and non-album tracks.[5] Reanimation debuted on July 30, 2002, featuring the likes of Black Thought, Jonathan Davis, Aaron Lewis, and many others.[6] Reanimation claimed the second spot on the Billboard 200, and sold nearly 270,000 copies during its debut week.[7] The remix album included twenty remixed songs, mainly hip-hop influenced.[4]

Following the success of the two releases, the band released Meteora, in early 2003. Meteora spawned five singles, "Somewhere I Belong", "Faint", "Numb", "From the Inside", and "Breaking the Habit" which received significant radio attention.[8][9] The album included twelve songs, which included some non-single hits like "Lying From You" which peaked the Alternative Songs charts, and "Session", an instrumental track from the album, was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance in 2004. The band then released a mashup CD/DVD set released on November 30, 2004 with rapper Jay-Z.[10] It went to number 1 on the Billboard 200 upon its release.[11] The Extended play contained six songs recorded overnight. The song like "Dirt off Your Shoulder/Lying from You" being a non-single charted in UK-single charts. Linkin Park returned to the recording studios in 2006 to work on new material. To produce the album, the band chose producer Rick Rubin. Despite initially stating the album would debut sometime in 2006, the album was delayed until 2007.[12] Warner Bros. Records officially announced that the band’s third studio album, titled Minutes to Midnight, would be released on May 15, 2007 in the United States.[13] After spending fourteen months working on the album, the band members opted to further refine their album by removing five of the original seventeen tracks.[14] Minutes to Midnight sold over 625,000 copies in its first week, making it one of the most successful debut week albums in recent years. The album also took the top spot on the Billboard Charts.[15] The album included singles like "What I've Done", "Shadow of the Day", "Bleed It Out", "Given Up" and "Leave Out All the Rest". The album contained politically concern songs like "Hands Held High" and "No More Sorrow" and few environmentally concerned songs like "What I've Done".

Samples of notable speeches of J. Robert Oppenheimer (left), Mario Savio (center) and Martin Luther King, Jr. (right) were used in A Thousand Suns.

In May 2009, Linkin Park announced they were working on a fifth studio album, which was planned to be released in 2010. Shinoda told IGN that the new album would be 'genre-busting,' while building off of elements in Minutes to Midnight.[16] He also mentioned that the album would be more experimental and "hopefully more cutting-edge."[17] Bennington also addressed the media to confirm that Rick Rubin would return to produce the new album. The band later revealed the album would be called A Thousand Suns.[18] While working on the new album, Linkin Park worked with successful film composer Hans Zimmer to produce the score for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.[19] The band released a single for the movie, titled "New Divide". Joe Hahn created a music video for the song, which featured clips from the film.[20] On June 22, Linkin Park played a short set in Westwood Village after the premier of the movie.[21] After completing work for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, the band returned to the studio to finalize their album.[22] The album featured four singles "The Catalyst", "Waiting for the End", "Burning in the Skies" and "Iridescent". For the next album the band again started recording in 2011 and the album Living Things was released in June-2012. The album sold over 220,000 copies during its debut week, ranking No. 1 on the US Albums Charts.[23] Linkin Park's single, "Castle of Glass", was nominated for 'Best Song in a Game' at the 2012 Spike Video Game Awards. The band also performed at the award ceremony on December 7, but lost the award to "Cities" by Beck.[24] The album featured four singles "Burn It Down", "Lost in the Echo", "Powerless" and "Castle of Glass". On August 10, 2013, the band collaborated with American musician Steve Aoki to record the song "A Light That Never Comes" for Linkin Park's online puzzle-action game LP Recharge (short for Linkin Park Recharge), which was launched on Facebook and the official LP Recharge website on September 12, 2013. On the day of the game's release, Linkin Park made a post on their Facebook explaining that the song used to promote the game would be included on a new remix album, entitled Recharged. The band also worked on the soundtrack for the film Mall, which was directed by Joe Hahn.[25]

In 2014 the band released an album, The Hunting Party which featured more raw and loud sound as compared to their other albums. The album is the first one to have featuring artists like "Page Hamilton" of "Helmet", "Rakim", "Daron Malakian" of "System of a Down", and "Tom Morello" of "Rage Against the Machine".[26] The album spawned five singles; "Guilty All the Same", "Until It's Gone", "Wastelands", "Rebellion", and "Final Masquerade".

Songs[edit]

Linkin Park covered the song Wish by Nine Inch Nails which appears on LP Underground 4.0
Linkin Park and Jay-Z recorded a mashup EP "Collision Course".
Linkin Park covered the song Rolling in the Deep by Adele which appears on iTunes Festival
Josh Groban covered the song "My December" by Linkin Park which appears on Closer
Mike Shinoda of the band covered the song Umbrella by Rihanna
Marié Digby covered the song "What I've Done" by Linkin Park which appears on Start Here.
American rapper Rakim from the golden age hip hop duo Eric B. & Rakim co-wrote the song Guilty All the Same and gave featuring vocals on it.
American electro house musician Steve Aoki collaborated with the band on the single A Light That Never Comes and Darker Than Blood.
Armenian-American multi-instrumentalist Daron Malakian from rock band System of a Down co-wrote the single Rebellion and provided additional guitar on the song.
Contents
1997 · 1998 · 1999 · 2000 · 2001 · 2002 · 2003 · 2004 · 2006 · 2007 · 2008 · 2009 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017
Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
Song released as a promotional single Indicates promotional single release
Year Title Album Writer(s)
1997 Rhinestone Xero (Sampler Tape) Xero
Pictureboard [27] [note 1]
Reading My Eyes
Fuse
Stick N' Move
1998 Closing Rapology 12
Drop Rapology 13 Mike Shinoda, Joe Hahn
Fiends Rapology 14 Xero
1999 Carousel Hybrid Theory (EP) Mike Shinoda, Joe Hahn, Brad Delson, Chester Bennington, Rob Bourdon
Technique (short) Mike Shinoda, Joe Hahn
Step Up Mike Shinoda, Joe Hahn, Brad Delson
And One Mike Shinoda, Joe Hahn, Brad Delson, Chester Bennington, Rob Bourdon
High Voltage Mike Shinoda, Joe Hahn, Brad Delson
Part of Me[note 2] Mike Shinoda, Joe Hahn, Brad Delson, Chester Bennington, Rob Bourdon
Plaster Hybrid Theory
Crawling (Demo)
Dust Brothers
Untitled Hybrid Theory 8-track Demo[28][29]
SuperXero
Points and Authority (Demo)
Crawling (Demo, Edit)
She Couldn't
Carousel (Demo)
Part of Me (Demo)
And One
A Place for My Head (Esaul) Hybrid Theory (2-track Demo)
By Myself
2000 Papercut dagger Hybrid Theory Linkin Park
One Step Closer dagger
With You Linkin Park, The Dust Brothers
Points of Authority Hash-tag Linkin Park
Crawling dagger
Runaway Linkin Park, Mark Wakefield
By Myself Linkin Park
In the End dagger
A Place for My Head Linkin Park, Mark Wakefield, Dave Farrell
Forgotten
Cure for the Itch Linkin Park
Pushing Me Away
My December
[note 3]
Mike Shinoda
High Voltage
[note 4]
Linkin Park
2002 Opening Reanimation Mike Shinoda
Pts.OF.Athrty dagger Linkin Park, Jay Gordon
Enth E ND Hash-tag Linkin Park, KutMasta Kurt and Motion Man.
[Chali] Linkin Park
FRGT/10 Hash-tag Linkin Park, Alchemist and Chali 2na
P5hng Me A*wy Hash-tag Mike Shinoda, Stephen Richards
Plc.4 Mie Hæd Linkin Park, Amp Live and Zion I
X-Ecutioner Style Linkin Park, Sean C, Roc Raida and Black Thought
H! Vltg3 Linkin Park, Evidence, Pharoahe Monch and DJ Babu
[Riff Raff] Linkin Park
Wth>You Linkin Park, Aceyalone
Ntr\Mssion Linkin Park
Ppr:Kut Linkin Park, DJ Cheapshot, Jubacca, Rasco and Planet Asia
Rnw@y Linkin Park, Backyard Bangers and Phoenix Orion
My<Dsmbr Linkin Park, Mickey P. and Kelli Ali
[Stef] Linkin Park
By_Myslf Linkin Park, Josh Abraham
Kyur4 Th Ich Linkin Park
1Stp Klosr Linkin Park, The Humble Brothers and Jonathan Davis
Krwlng Linkin Park, Aaron Lewis
A.06 LP Underground 2.0 Linkin Park
Dedicated (Demo 1999) Mike Shinoda, Brad Delson, Joe Hahn, Chester Bennington
2003 Foreword Meteora Linkin Park
Don't Stay
Somewhere I Belong dagger
Lying from You Hash-tag
Hit the Floor
Easier to Run
Faint dagger
Figure.09
Breaking the Habit dagger
From the Inside dagger
Nobody's Listening
Session
Numb dagger
2004 Sold My Soul to Yo Mama LP Underground 4.0 Joe Hahn, Chester Bennington, Mike Shinoda
Standing in the Middle
[note 5]
Mike Shinoda
Dirt Off Your Shoulder/Lying from You Collision Course Jay-Z and Linkin Park
Big Pimpin'/Papercut
Jigga What/Faint
Numb/Encore dagger
Izzo/In the End
Points of Authority/99 Problems/One Step Closer
2006 Announcement Service Public LP Underground 6.0 Linkin Park
QWERTY
2007 Wake Minutes to Midnight
Given Up dagger
Leave Out All the Rest dagger
Bleed It Out dagger
Shadow of the Day dagger
What I've Done dagger
Hands Held High
No More Sorrow Hash-tag
Valentine's Day
In Between
In Pieces
The Little Things Give You Away
No Roads Left
[note 6]
2008 You Ain't Gotsta Gotsta mmm... Cookies: Sweet Hamster Like Jewels From America! (Underground 8.0) Linkin Park
Bubbles
No Laundry
Da Bloos
PB n' Jellyfish
26 Lettaz in da Alphabet
Lockjaw
[note 7]
Non-album track Mike Shinoda, Rob Bourdon
2009 New Divide dagger Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Linkin Park
A-Six (Original Long Version 2002) LP Underground 9: Demos
Faint (Demo 2002)
Sad (By Myself Demo 1999)
Fear (Leave Out All the Rest Demo 2006)
Figure.09 (Demo 2002)
Stick and Move (Runaway Demo 1998) Linkin Park, Mark Wakefield
Across the Line (Unreleased Demo 2007) Linkin Park
Drawing (Breaking the Habit Demo 2002)
Drum Song (Little Things Give You Away Demo 2006)
2010 Not Alone Download to Donate for Haiti
The Requiem A Thousand Suns
The Radiance
Burning in the Skies dagger
Empty Spaces
When They Come for Me
Robot Boy
Jornada del Muerto
Waiting for the End dagger
Blackout Hash-tag
Wretches and Kings Hash-tag Linkin Park, Mario Savio
Wisdom, Justice, and Love Linkin Park, Martin Luther King Jr.
Iridescent dagger Linkin Park
Fallout
The Catalyst dagger
The Messenger
A Thousand Suns: The Full Experience
[note 8]
Blackbirds
[note 9]
Unfortunate (Unreleased Demo 2002) Underground X: Demos
What We Don't Know (Unreleased Demo 2007)
Oh No (Points of Authority Demo)
I Have Not Begun (Unreleased Demo 2009)
Pale (Unreleased Demo 2006)
Pretend to Be (Unreleased Demo 2008)
Divided (Unreleased Demo 2005)
What I've Done (M. Shinoda Remix)
Coal (Unreleased Demo 1997)
Halo (Unreleased Demo 2002)
2011 Issho Ni Download to Donate: Tsunami Relief
Pay Yo Respektz Dave "Phoenix" Farrell, Mike Shinoda
YO (MTM Demo) Underground Eleven Linkin Park
Slip (1998 Unreleased Hybrid Theory Demo) Linkin Park, Mark Wakefield
Soundtrack (Meteora Demo) Linkin Park
In the End (Demo)
Program (Meteora Demo)
Bang Three (What I've Done Original Demo)
Robot Boy (Test Mix, Optional Vocal Take)
Broken Foot (Meteora Demo)
Esaul (A Place for My Head Demo) Linkin Park, Mark Wakefield
Blue (1998 Unreleased Hybrid Theory Demo) Linkin Park
2012 Lost in the Echo dagger Living Things
In My Remains
Burn It Down dagger
Lies Greed Misery Hash-tag
I'll Be Gone
Castle of Glass dagger
Victimized
Roads Untraveled
Skin to Bone
Until It Breaks
Tinfoil
Powerless dagger
Homecoming (Minutes to Midnight Demo) LP Underground 12.0
Points of Authority (Demo)
Clarity (Minutes to Midnight Demo)
Asbestos (Minutes to Midnight Demo)
Bunker (Minutes to Midnight Demo)
So Far Away (Unreleased 1998)
Pepper (Meteora Demo)
Debris (Minutes to Midnight Demo)
Ominous (Meteora Demo)
Forgotten (Demo) Linkin Park, Mark Wakefield
Bruiser StageLight Demos EP Linkin Park
Space Station
Complimentary
Loop Jam 1
Loop Jam 2
2013 A Light That Never Comes dagger Recharged Linkin Park, Steve Aoki
Castle of Glass (M. Shinoda Remix) Linkin Park
Lost in the Echo (Killsonik Remix)
Victimized (M. Shinoda Remix)
I'll Be Gone (Vice Remix) (featuring Pusha T) Hash-tag Linkin Park, Pusha T
Lies Greed Misery (Dirtyphonics Remix) Linkin Park
Roads Untraveled (Rad Omen Remix) (featuring Bun B) Linkin Park, Bun B
Powerless (Enferno Remix) Linkin Park
Burn It Down (Tom Swoon Remix)
Until It Breaks (Datsik Remix)
Skin to Bone (Nick Catchdubs Remix) (featuring Cody B. Ware & Ryu) Linkin Park, Cody B. Ware, Ryu
I'll Be Gone (Schoolboy Remix) Linkin Park
Until It Breaks (Money Mark Headphone Remix)
A Light That Never Comes (Rick Rubin Reboot)
Burn It Down (Paul van Dyk Remix)
[note 10]
2013 Basquiat (2007 Demo) LP Underground XIII Linkin Park
Holding Company (2011 Demo)
Primo (I'll Be Gone - Longform 2010 Demo)
Hemispheres (2011 Demo)
Cumulus (2002 Demo)
Pretty Birdy (Somewhere I Belong 2002 Demo)
Universe (2006 Demo)
Apaches (Until It Breaks Demo, No. 1)
Foot Patrol (Until It Breaks Demo, No. 2)
Three Band Terror (Until It Breaks Demo, No. 3)
Truth Inside a Lie (By Ryan Giles) [LPU Sessions 2013] Ryan Giles
Change (By Beta State) [LPU Sessions 2013] Matt McDonald, Ryan Hernandez, Justin Kastner, Adrian Robinson
2014 Keys to the Kingdom The Hunting Party Linkin Park
All for Nothing (featuring Page Hamilton)
Guilty All the Same (featuring Rakim) dagger Linkin Park, Rakim
The Summoning Linkin Park
War
Wastelands dagger
Until It's Gone dagger
Rebellion (featuring Daron Malakian) dagger Linkin Park, Daron Malakian
Mark the Graves Linkin Park
Drawbar (featuring Tom Morello)
Final Masquerade dagger
A Line in the Sand
White Noise Hash-tag Mall (soundtrack) Chester Bennington, Dave Farrell, Joe Hahn, Mike Shinoda
Jeff Walks
Mall Blueprint
Jeff Makes Observations
Barry's Story
Mal RX7
Changing Room Tease
Danny in Police Car - Mal Gears Up
Mal Gives Barry Second Chance - Mal Unloads
Mall Carnage - Mal Stalked
It Goes Through
Cops Arrive
Danny's Lucky Day
Jeff Philosophizes to Donna
Jeff and Donna Connect
Jeff Trips in the Mirror
Adele and Danny In the Backseat
Mal vs. Helicopter
Devil's Drop
TV Comes to Life - Mal and Jeff
The Last Line
Danny Goes Home
Dancer
Aubrey One (2009 Demo) LP Underground XIV Linkin Park
Malathion+Tritonus (2008 Berlin Demo)
Berlin One, Version C(2009 Demo)
Blanka (2008 Demo)
Heartburn (2007 Demo)
Breaking the Habit Original Mike (2002 Demo)
Dave Sbeat feat. Joe Dave Farrell, Joe Hahn
Froctagon (2009 Demo) Linkin Park
Rhinoceros (2002 Demo)
After Canada (2005 Demo)
2015 Final Masquerade (acoustic) Hash-tag
Animals (2011 Demo) LP Underground 15
Basil (2008 Demo)
Pods 1 of 3 (1998 Demo)
Pods 2 of 3 (1998 Demo)
Pods 3 of 3 (1998 Demo)
Chance of Rain (2006 Demo)
TooLeGit (2010 Demo)
2016 Grudgematch (2009 Demo)
Hurry (1999 Demo)
Grr (1999 Demo)
Attached (2003 Demo)
Chair (1999 Demo)
The Catalyst (2010 Demo) LP Underground Sixteen
Can't Hurt Me (2014 Demo)
Dark Crystal (2015 Demo)
Air Force One (2015 Demo)
Bleed It Out (2007 Demo)
Consequence A (2010 Demo)
Consequence B (2010 Demo)
Lies Greed Misery (2010 Demo)
Burberry (2015 Demo)
Symphonies of Light Reprise (2010 Demo)
2017 Nobody Can Save Me One More Light Linkin Park, Jon Green
Good Goodbye (feat. Pusha T and Stormzy) dagger
Talking to Myself
Battle Symphony Hash-tag Brad Delson, Mike Shinoda, Jon Green
Invisible Linkin Park, Justin Parker
Heavy (feat. Kiiara) dagger Chester Bennington, Brad Delson, Mike Shinoda, Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter
Sorry for Now Linkin Park, Andrew Goldstein, Blackbear
Halfway Right Chester Bennington, Mike Shinoda, Ross Golan, Michael Keenan
One More Light Linkin Park, Eg White, Ross Golan
Sharp Edges

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ A song reportedly recorded in 1997 which reportedly the band has "refused" to release. This song is not included on the Xero Sampler Tape
  2. ^ "Ambient" begins at 9:58
  3. ^ Included in the Japanese edition of the album
  4. ^ Included in the Japanese edition of the album
  5. ^ Performed by Motion Man featuring Mike Shinoda
  6. ^ Included in the European and Japanese Tour Edition Tour of the album
  7. ^ An instrumental demo completed with Pro Tools 8, and later the song was given to LPU 8 members as a holiday downloadable gift
  8. ^ Included in the iTunes Deluxe Edition of the album
  9. ^ Included in the iTunes Deluxe Edition of the album
  10. ^ Included in the album as a pre-order bonus track

References[edit]

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