Your best and worst Linkin Park studio albums?

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Best and Worst?

  1. Best: Hybrid Theory – Worst: A Thousand Suns

    4.9%
  2. Best: Hybrid Theory – Worst: Meteora

    3.7%
  3. Best: Hybrid Theory – Worst: Minutes To Midnight

    6.1%
  4. Best: Meteora – Worst: A Thousand Suns

    3.7%
  5. Best: Meteora – Worst: Hybrid Theory

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  6. Best: Meteora – Worst: Minutes To Midnight

    11.0%
  7. Best: Minutes To Midnight – Worst: A Thousand Suns

    4.9%
  8. Best: Minutes To Midnight – Worst: Meteora

    6.1%
  9. Best: Minutes To Midnight – Worst: Hybrid Theory

    2.4%
  10. Best: A Thousand Suns – Worst: Hybrid Theory

    3.7%
  11. Best: A Thousand Suns – Worst: Meteora

    45.1%
  12. Best: A Thousand Suns – Worst: Minutes To Midnight

    8.5%
  1. #81
    shadowofthehabit92

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    ATS>Meteora>HT>M2M
     
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    lime treacle

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    Given Up has emotion too!
     
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    Oliver

    Oliver Spela Shoreline!

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    I can't really decide, they are all good but for different reasons.
     
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    shinformant

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    Chocolate milk generally isn't considered art or creative media. Bad analogy. If people like Meteora, brilliant, good for them, but if you were to speak objectively you'd have a much easier time forming an argument against that than their other albums.
     
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    Blake

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    There is no objectivity in music
     
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    minuteforce

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    It's not necessarily about which argument is the easiest to make, though :)

    Well, not everybody believes that. ;P
     
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    shinformant

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    You're right, there's no objectivity in art. Akon is no less significant than Mozart and Stephenie Meyer and Dan Brown are probably better writers than William Faulkner and James Joyce. I just doodled a cock in my notepad, someone get the Sistine Chapel on the phone!

    I'm not talking about how easy it is, I'm talking about how speaking objectively I would say Meteora has less going for it.
     
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    The Joesen One

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    Which is why I said "I understand why others don't like Meteora" so I defended myself while I didn't criticize you guys in the process. :)
     
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    Exzero

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    Easy choice, the best one MTM, the weakest ATS and Meteora and HT are meeting in the middle.
     
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    Promofrog

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    Gman2887

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    Which, of course, isn't exactly true for any form of art since critics exist and judge certain pieces in specific mediums of specific genres within specific fan bases with a criteria of intellect laid down ages before them and is (typically) respected by contemporary artists today. That includes Linkin Park.

    If music was really so none-objective, Linkin Park wouldn't have meetings during every album cycle to funnel out their weaker pieces.
     

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