Fans should expect some new surprises on 'Collision Course', the upcoming Linkin Park/Jay-Z collaboration album due in stores in late-November. For one thing, the collaborations aren't just cuts from each album sliced up and put together to form a song, many aspects of each song was re-recorded and laid down to best resemble the mood of the song. Raps from both Mike Shinoda and Jay-Z were re-recorded in studio to better suit the beats they had laid down. Vocals weren't the only parts that were re-done. Guitars, such as the powerchords in "Numb"'s chorus were replaced with cleaner-sounding rhythms for "Numb/Encore" and additional bass lines were added to "Papercut/Big Pimpin'". Fans can also hear the excitement of the recording process on the tracks. Laughing and joke-telling can be heard a certain parts of each song. This should help the listener better comprehend the exhuberance that Linkin Park felt, collaborating with one of their biggest influences. Read the full MTV.com article here. Thanks to Omar_A!