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A THOUSAND SUNS

We were not making an album.

For months, we'd been destroying and rebuilding our band. The experiments that resulted filled the studio hard drive with diverse, abstract sounds. Amorphous echoes, cacophonous samples, and handmade staccato merged into wandering, elusive melody. Each track felt like a hallucination.

We didn't know if any of those ... Read more in Amazon's Linkin Park Store

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  • Audio CD
  • Label: Music
  • ASIN: B00JQ3GPWY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)

Product Description

Disc. 1 A Light That Never Comes (Linkin Park X Steve Aoki) Castle Of Glass (M. Shinoda Remix) Lost In The Echo (Killsonik Remix) Victimized (M. Shinoda Remix) I'll Be Gone (Vice Remix Feat. Pusha T) Lies Greed Misery (Dirtyphonics Remix) Roads Untraveled (Rad Omen Remix Feat. Bun B) Powerless (Enferno Remix) Burn It Down (Tom Swoon Remix) Until It Breaks (Datsik Remix) Skin To Bone (Nick Catchdubs Remix Feat. Cody B. Ware And Ryu) I'll Be Gone (Schoolboy Remix) Until It Breaks (Money Mark Headphone Remix) A Light That Never Comes (Rick Rubin Reboot)

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3.4 out of 5 stars

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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By stoosh on 29 Oct. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I've been an avid Linkin Park fan ever since Hybrid Theory and pretty much bought everything they've done religiously without hesitation even their side projects such as Fort Minor, Dead By Sunrise. I've pretty much grown with the band as their music evolved and changed to what it has become with the latest studio album (Living Things).

Reanimation their first remix album based on songs from Hybrid Theory was superb, in fact it became my favourite album by the band.

So I was hoping that Recharged would follow in the same footsteps, imagine my horror when I was met by some unimaginable mish mash of dub step and drum and bass with a few Linkin Park vocals thrown in just for the hell of it.

This release is awful and marks a low in Linkin Park's history - if you're into the Dub step genre you might like these songs, but if you're pretty much into Linkin Park and what they usually represent stay well clear of this album.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By zoe on 1 Nov. 2013
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I love the first tracks catchiness but after that its awful! I love the original songs in this album but they have all been destroyed by talentless ****. Me and my partner who love Linkin Park and the changes they have made over the years were giving this album a listen and switched it off after the 4th track as it was terrible. I tried to listen to it again this morning but it didn't last 5 minutes.

All this album is about is some random fool taking brilliant songs and destroying them and adding there own voice with Linkin Parks. There is nothing to enjoy about these songs (Except Track 1).

Listen to the demos before you buy it. Don't waste your money because you will proberly be disappointed!

Sorry Linkin Park.. Bring on your next real album! =]
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Martyn Bristow on 19 Mar. 2014
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Not traditional Linkin Park but its got a load of great reworks and has really brought a new side to some of the music
I love it!!
Although its not for everyone.
Just make sure you preview it to see its for you :)
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Smokesniper on 30 Oct. 2013
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Don't buy this album expecting a spiritual successor to Reanimation. Don't even expect a Linkin Park album. This is a dubstep album with Linkin Park vocals. There's no better way to describe it.
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I bought this expecting a successor to the wonderful Reanimation but instead got something entirely unexpected and different. The first time I listened to it, I thought I'd bought a fan remix mix tape, rather than an actual Linkin Park album. It is entirely different to their previous offerings and lacks the really enjoyable rap metal undercurrent that I've always considered Linkin park to have.

Instead the album has a mixture of electronica, dub-step and almost pop takes on their existing songs. I've always repeated Linkin Park for the ambition to try new things with their music and reimagine their songs and this is an album where some really hit the mark, others miss it entirely.

For me, the dub step songs are awful, but I respect what they've tried to do with them.

A light that never fades, castles of glass and i be gone are worth checking out, they're very different to the originals, but if you like them the album is worth a look, but bear in mind there will be some very different reimaginings of songs on it.

One last thing - the album has improved on repeat listens, the songs I hated at the start I still hate, but the others have mostly grew on me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lmjack on 20 Dec. 2013
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I love Linkin Park but I was very disappointed with the music on this album
I have the one before it and although is says they are recharged the result
is not as good as I had hoped
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TheChrisb86 on 11 Dec. 2013
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Don't buy this album you'll hugely disappointed with the song on it.
The only one worth it has is "Light That Never Comes"
But if you want song like "Castle of Glass" and Lost In The Echo" then buy the Living Things ablum.
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I like the new sort of twist it has.

I do not like what it has done to the songs. At all. It has lost the sort of contemplative, more complex sound that I have always loved Linkin Park for, this album is... kind of clubby.
It's an invitation to the uninitiated R&B/club to see if they dare like something like this.
It's a bloody disappointment if you love Linkin Park and loved the Collision Course album, and loved Living Things.

But try it; LP dares you.
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