Live In Texas review by Linkin Park

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  • Released: Oct 31, 2003
  • Sound: 9
  • Lyrics: 10
  • Overall Impression: 10
  • Reviewer's score: 9.7 Superb
  • Users' score: 9.2 (191 votes)
Linkin Park: Live In Texas

Sound — 9
The sound is great. I've heard bands who sound good in recording studios but suck in concerts. Linkin Park is one of the best live performances ever. The only thing I didn't like about this CD was the remake of Pushing Me Away. Other than that there isn't a thing to complain about. Anybody that is under the age of 30 would probably like this.

Lyrics — 10
The lyrics are so simple to catch on to and easy to learn. It took me just a few tries to learn te lyrics of Faint by listening to the song. Not many bands are lik that. The mix of the fast lyrics flying around in some songs and then the slow lyrics of others is great.

Overall Impression — 10
I've liked Linkin Park ever since I heard their first album. So naturally I had to see if they were good in concert. I found ot that they were. anyone who has ever sort of liked Linkin Park will end up loving this recording of theior live performance. The best part of this performance is that it has songs from so many different albums that you get to hear a little of every Linkin Park album.

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    When I first bought his CD I was just getting into rock/metal so I listened to the cd I saw there was a dvd in it to I watched it and loved them so much I bought every cd that came my favorite song is faint. I would rate this cd and dvd a perfect 10!!! :m
    to Jgoldnight, (one of the reviewers) chester bennington and mike shinoda actually write the lyrics, they aren't written by other people xxx
    Mr. Glue is Mike Shinoda. They call him that because he does so much different work in the band (not just one instrument) and so he keeps them together... like glue