Anyone able to verify if this is a legit copy of HTEP?

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    limonpower

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    http://ebay.us/db36y6

    I purchased this and only just now thought if the fact it may be fake. The seller seems trustable, but maybe it's fake and he doesn't know it or something. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
     
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    Hybrid

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    Seems like the legit LPU 1 HTEP.
     
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    limonpower

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    I thought the LPU version had high voltage remix and esaul on it though...
     
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    Kevin

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    No, there is no legit copy of HTEP with the High Voltage Remix and Esual on it. At least nothing labelled as "Hybrid Theory EP".
    HTEP only contains the tracks Carousel, Technique, Step Up, And One, High Voltage and Part of Me.
    I don't remember which version had the 12 minute version of Part of Me with "Ambient" at the end as the hidden track, but I think that was the original HTEP.

    The "High Voltage Remix" was written/remixed/made for Hybrid Theory but cut in the last minute, you can hear on "Cure For The Itch" on Hybrid Theory, the marching steps that leads into the intro of the "High Voltage Remix".
     
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    Jeff

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    Ambient is on the LPU 1 release as well.
     
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    Bawa

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    Then why does the wiki's LPU Reissue HTEP have "High Voltage Remix" and "Esaul" on it? http://wiki.lpassociation.com/index.php?title=Hybrid_Theory_EP_(Re-issued)
     
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    Sonic

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    You bought a CD for $139?
     
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    limonpower

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    Yes sir/ma'am I did.
     
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    Jesse

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    Why buy it before researching it? Welp. Your problem. If consumers gonna be gullible to easy to research questions then so be it.
     
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    limonpower

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    I realize it wasn't a great decision, so I was just trying to get some research in before it shipped.
     
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    Bawa

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    Odd that nobody has changed it, as the edit history shows that it has included those tracks in the tracklisting for almost a year now.
     
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    Kevin

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    Guessing nobody has noticed it, those tracks are not on the LPU re-issue of HTEP, or any release of it.
     
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    Astat

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    That's a steal compared to what HTEP's were going for 8-10 years ago.

    It's the LPA Wiki, what do you expect? No offense, as it's a good idea in theory, but it's probably the biggest source of Linkin Park misinformation on the Internet in its current state. I'd go about correcting a bunch of stuff on there but I wouldn't even know where to start, and someone would inevitably just change half the stuff I correct anyway.
     

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