Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by Hybrid, Nov 26, 2014.
...in 6.5 hours. First public appearance of the band since Chester's tribute concert?
Steve Aoki will share a new song today at 2:00pm PST featuring both Mike Shinoda and Lights! The song will feature on Aoki's new album, Neon Future IV.
The Grey Daze remake album "Amends" has leaked.
Official street date was pushed back to 26th June due to obvious current world events.
Several projects with featured/guest vocalists instead of one permanent lead vocalist? Or simply one album with many guest vocalist? Most likely just a single?
Grey Daze are working on a new album which will feature Chester Bennington’s vocals once more!
Here we go!
Cool! I'm getting hyped for this one.
LPLive says One More Light reached 1 billion streams on Spotify. That’s 4 albums reaching that mark now!
Pretty cool that people can check on Linkin Park’s domination out there.
Don't know if people saw this but REACT posted a new video with Mike Shinoda where Mike reacts live to people reacting to his work and talks to them.
Some of the reactors from the previous FBE video were in this.
Today is when Download airs their Reloaded TV special on Sky arts.
Don’t know if they’ll show more of LP’s set than whats already out there, but if someone can watch Sky Arts, I’m dying to know.
From the Linkin Park subreddit.
From metalsucks.net: https://www.metalsucks.net/2021/06/...-streamed-heavy-album-of-all-time-on-spotify/
The most recent Stream N’ Destroy newsletter, which arrived last Friday (April 28), highlights some all-time streaming figures, including those on the world’s largest audio streaming platform, Spotify. This list of albums was hand-assembled by Downey to include only metal, punk and hard rock bands, and only studio albums are eligible; no live records, compilations, greatest hits packages, box sets, 7” EPs, demos, or any other configurations are considered.
Have a look at the first 30 entries of the chart below.
Spotify’s 150 Most-Streamed
Hard Rock, Metal, Punk(ish) Albums
Linkin Park, Hybrid Theory (2000) 2.67 billion streams
Nirvana, Nevermind (1991) 2.62 billion streams
Guns N’ Roses, Appetite for Destruction (1987) 2.4B
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Californication (1999) 2.2B
Queen, A Night at the Opera (1975) 2.1B
Linkin Park, Meteora (2003) 2.08B
Metallica, Metallica (1991) 2.04B
Panic! At The Disco, Pray for the Wicked (2018) 1.9B
AC/DC, Back in Black (1980) 1.88B
Panic! At The Disco, Death of a Bachelor (2016) 1.81B
System Of A Down, Toxicity (2001) 1.76B
My Chemical Romance, The Black Parade (2006) 1.75B
Fall Out Boy, American Beauty/American Psycho (2015) 1.71B
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stadium Arcadium (2006) 1.71B
Pink Floyd, The Wall (1979) 1.69B
Bon Jovi, Slippery When Wet (1986) 1.61B
Queen, The Game (1980) 1.52B
Green Day, American Idiot (2004) 1.48B
Queen, Jazz (1978) 1.43B
Red Hot Chili Peppers, By the Way (2002) 1.37B
Blink-182, Enema of the State (1999) 1.34B
Journey, Escape (1981) 1.29B
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Blood Sugar Sex Magik (1991) 1.29B
Linkin Park, Minutes to Midnight (2007) 1.25B
Queen, News of the World (1977) 1.25B
Fall Out Boy, Save Rock and Roll (2013) 1.23B
Green Day, Dookie (1994) 1.21B
Pink Floyd, The Dark Side of the Moon (1973) 1.19B
Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin IV (1971) 1.18B
Pearl Jam, Ten (1991) 1.18B
To think LP achieved this without any hollywood movies to promote them.
LP is just really THAT great.
Of all those bands, LP the only one that has that crossover appeal on lock. But very few rock bands had that authentic respect for hip hop the way LP did.
Separate names with a comma.