It's too early to say for sure but so far both the hunting party and the singles off it haven't done to well commercially. Which makes me wonder, what could they have done differently? I think one error may have been the order in which they have released the singles. I mean they released 5 before the album even came out (though to be fair 2 were promo singles). That couldn't have been a good idea. Also the choices themselves were questionable. So if I was in charge of marketing for linkin park, this is what I would have done: First single: Final Masquerade (a couple months before the album drops) Nice and radio friendly track to lead things off. I'm not particularly fond of it but I could see this getting play, maybe even being a crossover hit. Second single: Rebellion (a month before the album drops) Not as radio friendly as FM but still has single potential and would likely please the fans more. Third single: Keys to the Kingdom (promo, a week before the album drops) Only to please the fans and get them super hyped up for the album, considering many fans just want LP to be aggressive again. Fourth single: Until It's Gone (a month or month and a half after the album drops) Fairly radio friendly, Linkin Park could get another hit with this. Fifth single: Whatever is doing well If there's another track that stations are playing and/or fans like, then release it. If not, then that's it for singles. What would you guys do?