Linkin Park's fourth studio album, released on September 14, 2010. The musical style is TOTALLY different from their older stuff. If you are a fan of Hybrid Theory and Meteora, but not a big fan of Minutes to Midnight, you may or may not like the new album. One song actually has Chester rapping. The Catalyst is the best song on the album, in my opinion.
Guy 1: Did you hear about Linkin Park's new album, A Thousand Suns?
Guy 2: Yeah, it sucks.
Guy 1: I like it. But if you don't like it, that's fine. Your entitled to your opinion, and I won't force mine onto you.
Guy 2: Okay, thanks. Same to you. I prefer Linkin Park's old stuff.
Guy 1: I agree! LP's old stuff was the BEAST!
A Thousand Suns, an album released by nu metal band Linkin Park, is a concept album about industrialism and the rise of the machine. The music is far different in style than past albums (Hybrid Theory, Meteora, Minutes to Midnight), but the lyrics have the same emotional depth as before. The music is clamer and more serene, and the song 'Iridescent' has been played in "Transformers: Dark of the Moon", though it was hardly recognizable considering past tracks.
This newest album is profound and far more meaningful, sending a clear message of individuality and hardship.
Person #1: Wow, this song is so nice and calm, who sings it? I love the piano.
Person #2: Linkin Park. It's from their album 'A Thousand Suns'.
Person #1: Haha, nice try.
Linkin Park's 2010 CD "A Thousand Suns" is a 4.75" polycarbonate piece of dog crap, and the most repulsive product ever produced by modern man. Each of its fifteen tracks is an amalgam of incessant whining, superficial liberalism, non-melodic political banter, and completely uninspired electronic gibberish that defies the term 'music'. If by 2012 the band's six members are not tried in The Hague for crimes against humanity, vigilantes must take action before Linkin Park can be allowed to release yet another travesty of incomprehensible proportions upon the masses of unsuspecting humanity.
"A Thousand Suns" scores a 0 out of 100, all copies should be melted, and the six band members should be forced to drink the molten plastic