Watch Mike Shinoda unbox Linkin Park’s ‘Meteora’ twentieth anniversary box-set

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Watch Mike Shinoda unbox Linkin Park’s ‘Meteora’ twentieth anniversary box-set
Watch Mike Shinoda unbox Linkin Park’s ‘Meteora’ twentieth anniversary box-set


Linkin Park have shared footage of Mike Shinoda unboxing the upcoming ‘Meteora’ twentieth anniversary field set – which is about for launch later this yr.

The five-minute video was shared to the band’s YouTube channel yesterday, and noticed the founding member unwrapping the tremendous deluxe version for the primary time.

The limited-edition launch will arrive on April 7 and was designed to commemorate 20 years for the reason that launch of the band’s iconic second album. As defined within the footage, the record of things included fills the whole again of the field, and consists of quite a few beforehand unreleased rarities recorded from that period.

5 LPs are included, together with a duplicate of the ‘Meteora’ album, a debut launch of the band performing in Texas, and beforehand unreleased footage from a 2003 present in Nottingham. As well as, live shows in Seoul, Manila and Denver are all delivered in a DVD format.

In line with Shinoda, the box-set will include roughly 75 minutes of prolonged and never-before-seen footage. This is applicable to the opposite rarities, together with quite a lot of previously-unreleased songs like ‘Misplaced’, ‘Combating Myself’ and ‘Extra The Sufferer’.

New art work, stencils, stickers and a 40-page e book are additionally featured, in addition to a mysterious QR code that Shinoda teases will reveal “one thing particular” when scanned.

“We put a whole lot of love into accumulating all these items and sharpening it up for you guys,” he concluded on the finish of the video, laying out all the contents in entrance of him. “I hope you get pleasure from it.”

The Linkin Park ‘Meteora’ twentieth Anniversary Version Tremendous Deluxe Field set is priced at £192.99 and out there now for pre-order on the band’s web site.

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Linkin Park onstage in 2003. Credit score: Jeff Kravitz/Getty Photographs

Final week, the Linkin Park co-founder launched a brand new solo single entitled ‘In My Head’. Unveiled on Friday, the tune options Kailee Morgue on vocals and was featured as a part of the official Scream VI soundtrack.

Moreover, the musician additionally spoke how Linkin Park have been the primary band to drag a prank on Metallica. His story revealed how again in 2003, the band supposedly went on-stage throughout Metallica’s set and had a picnic whereas the thrash band have been performing their iconic monitor ‘Grasp Of Puppets’.



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