‘One More Light Live’ released by Linkin Park

15-Dec-2017: ‘One More Light Live’, album by Linkin Park
Record Label: Warner Bros..

It is a great day and hopefully Linkin Park can improve upon it further. Linkin Park’s twenty-eighth album ‘One More Light Live’ is now available, and this is your shot to be one of the first of anyone in the world to enjoy the album. Even if you have never heard of Linkin Park, you should know that Linkin Park has received the Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration.

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Since Linkin Park began making music in 1996 back in Agoura Hills in United States of America, they have released a truckload of albums (twenty-eight combined) and twelve singles. Linkin Park’s previous album ‘One More Light’ from May 2017 was one of those albums that sucks the air out of the room. Some of Linkin Park’s top tracks include In the End, Numb and Faint. Linkin Park’s creations mostly fits into the genres alternative rock, alternative metal, nu metal and post-grunge, but fits into many more.

Linkin Park consists of Brad Delson, Scott Koziol, Mike Shinoda, Dave Farrell, Joseph “Joe” Hahn and Rob Bourdon.

Track list for ‘One More Light Live’

  • Talking to Myself – One More Light Live
  • Burn It Down – One More Light Live
  • Battle Symphony – One More Light Live
  • New Divide – One More Light Live
  • Invisible – One More Light Live
  • Nobody Can Save Me – One More Light Live
  • One More Light – One More Light Live
  • Crawling – One More Light Live
  • Leave Out All the Rest – One More Light Live
  • Good Goodbye (feat. Stormzy) – One More Light Live
  • What I’ve Done – One More Light Live
  • In the End – One More Light Live
  • Sharp Edges – One More Light Live
  • Numb – One More Light Live
  • Heavy – One More Light Live
  • Bleed It Out – One More Light Live

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Album cover for Linkin Park's new album: One More Light Live
Album cover for Linkin Park’s new album: One More Light Live