Track wise analysis:
1.PAPERCUT-Super fast rapping by Shinoda building to several mini choruses, and eventually a long melodic chorus punctuated by rap.
2.ONE STEP CLOSER-Linkin Park made this angst filled song when they were frustrated in perfecting "Runaway", which is Track#6 in the album. This song was their first ever single. They play this track as the last song in every concert of theirs.
3.WITH YOU-This is the track in which you notice the unique turn tabling ability of DJ Hahn. So far, the only Linkin Park song where Chester sings in a "different" voice, noticeable in the chorus.
4.POINTS OF AUTHORITY-The only sign of rap is in the beginning and somewhere towards the middle. Another nice track to play on the move.
5.CRAWLING-The Music Video for this won a Grammy Award in 2002. Best part is the few lines before the chorus. Powerful lyrics, Chester is predominant.
6.RUNAWAY-The first 3 seconds of this song made me a Linkin Park freak. Nice track to succeed Crawling
7.BY MYSELF-You can classify this as "Lazy Rap". I never liked this song much, but the chorus is very catchy.
8.IN THE END-Aw C'mon, of course you know this one. It's the most popular song they have ever made, till date. Nu Metal, as it's peak. A piano loop throughout, fast-rapping by Shinoda, chorus by Chester.
2. Linkin Park's old band name
3. the theory of blending a mix of genres of music
2. i downloaded some HT! yay. im listening to "carousel" right now!
3. linkin park is a hybrid theory
Revolutionized the nu-metal scene. Criticized by losers because it was more popular than Marlyin Manson.
-Daft Punk's "Tron: Legacy" mixes primarily the two genres of Electronic and Classical. The Album uses Classical to deeply inspire emotion in the audience that could not be achieved by any other genre, while the Electronic genre makes the music much more exciting and upbeat to make the classical music much less boring.
-Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon,” mixes primarily the two genres of Rock and Jazz. The Jazz in the album allows for much more expressive instrumental solos and a groovier sound, while the Rock makes the Jazz tolerable to listen to. The result of mixing Jazz and Rock is a psychedelic sound.