Linkin Park Celebrate 15 Years of 'Minutes to Midnight'
Linkin Park are honoring the 15th anniversary of their third album, Minutes to Midnight, with a new digital deluxe edition that's available now.
Originally released May 14, 2007, Minutes found the rap-metal group working with famed producer Rick Rubin, branching out from the sound of Hybrid Theory and Meteora and pushing the guitars and late vocalist Chester Bennington's talents further to the front. Lead single "What I've Done," later heard in that summer's blockbuster film Transformers, became one of the group's biggest hits, reaching No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100; other singles include the Top 20 anthem "Shadow of the Day" and the hard-driving "Bleed It Out." The album itself topped the charts in more than 15 countries, becoming one of the bestselling albums of the year.
The new digital deluxe edition includes four rare bonus tracks: non-album songs "No Roads Left" and "Across the Line," a live version of "Given Up" and a "distorted remix" of "What I've Done."