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Projekt Revolution Store now open
Posted by nkramar on 06 Jul 2007 12:40 am
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Linkin Park
To celebrate the community of artists that are collaborating on this summer's must-see tour, we have launched the Projekt Revolution pre-tour web store, featuring limited and exclusive items not available on tour. Get your hands on exclusive designs from Linkin Park that are not currently available anywhere else. Familiarize yourself with the Projekt Revolution line up and don't forget to get your tickets now!

Visit projektrevolution.seenon.com now to purchase the special merchandise.

Source: LPU News Post

Bleed It Out - Next Single Cover
Posted by nkramar on 06 Jul 2007 12:21 am
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Linkin Park
See this LINK

Source: Baixahits

While not officially confirmed yet, we should be hearing something soon (we hope).

The Document?
Posted by Energy on 03 Jul 2007 12:02 am
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The Linkin Park Projekt(?) spotted something interesting that has started to appear on multiple sites, including
Artisit Direct, billboard.com, aol.com, plus others (including msn and yahoo).

All that can really be gathered off the small amount of details availble so far is:

Release date: September, 18, 2007
Album Type: Compilation
Album label: MVDAudio (??? i believe this means it's a special Music DVD)

So all guesses are welcome. Any ideas what it is?
On another note AOL are saying that Given Up, & Shadow of the Day are being released on CD in the UK... So there you go all a bit confusing at the moment. Thanks Lolo for the tip on 'the document'.

Update- DJ Ravok points out that the disc is an interview CD/DVD the information and cover can be seen here. (view). Strange that this would appear as an official item on so many pages... :/

Transformers Soundtrack to feat. both
Posted by Jon on 02 Jul 2007 09:17 am
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Styles of Beyond Second To None & Linkin Park What I’ve Done on Transformers The Album releasing July 3rd

Play the official Transformers The Album Game

http://transformersalbum.com/widget/

Official album site www.transformersalbum.com

Source: 820 Media (email)

Click for image.

Next video for LP 'Bleed It Out'
Posted by Energy on 29 Jun 2007 03:59 pm
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Lolo sent us this link, suggesting that the new LP video will be directed by Mr Hahn and be the track Bleed It Out. Interesting choice for a single!

BOOKED: Linkin Park - Mr. Hahn, director

Being directed by Linkin Park's own Mr. Hahn...

artist: Linkin Park
song: "Bleed It Out"
label: Warner Bros.
director(s): Mr. Hahn
production co: @radical.media

Second to None (Featuring Mike Shindoa)
Posted by Energy on 29 Jun 2007 01:00 pm
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Styles of Beyond
CursedCarolers posted in the comments wanting to draw your attention to this site: fye. Here you can check out a sample of the Styles of Beyond track Second to None which features Mike Shinoda (or Shinooa as the site claims). Sounds quite catchy, almost an FM track :)

Chester at Transformer Premiere
Posted by Energy on 29 Jun 2007 12:55 pm
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Linkin Park
"I think I was probably 5 or 6 when I got my first Transformer. It was the coolest toy," said Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington. "It still is!"

I know it's short, but there was that little snippet on MTV. Anyone else really wanting to see this film? smile

Minutes to Midnight Platinum
Posted by Jaxxy on 24 Jun 2007 11:19 am
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Minutes to Midnight has officially gone Platinum in the US! Which means it has sold over 1 million copies (in only 4 weeks). It has also gone platinum in 16 other countries! But this doesn't mean it has sold 16 million copies! The number of records needed to be sold to gain platinum status varies from country to country. I think in the UK you need something like 300,000 copies sold (Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong!)

Check out the article here.

Lady Tigra - “BOTB” (Joe Hahn remix)
Posted by Energy on 22 Jun 2007 12:36 am
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Ok so it's late and came across this (and then found that lprussia had posted about it) but check this out.

Following Tim Biskup’s lead in LA, STASH has taken over the NYC component of HELIO’s street marketing campaign by creating a signature mural for the cell phone company in the East Village at the corner of 6th street & 2nd Avenue. Check out this just-released time-lapse of the mural’s first stage of installation, which was pulled off with a little help from KAVES of LORDZ OF BROOKLYN fame. For those with an ear for the old school, the soundtrack is “BOTB” by LADY TIGRA, freshly remixed by Supertouch buddy Joe Hahn of Linkin Park & appearing for the first time in this video…

Visit the page to see the video and to check out Joe's mix.

XM To Offer Complete Live Earth Coverage With 27-Hour, Around-The-Clock Broadcast
Posted by Energy on 19 Jun 2007 08:11 pm
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Just found this, could be interesting:
WASHINGTON, June 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- XM, the nation's leading satellite radio service with more than 8 million subscribers, today announced the broadcast schedule for its coverage of "Live Earth: The Concerts for a Climate in Crisis," the 24-hour, seven-continent concert series scheduled for July 7, 2007. XM's broadcast will include 27-hours of continuous, live coverage from all nine concerts of this historic musical and environmental event, featuring more than 100 music artists from around the world.

The Live Earth concert series will begin in Sydney, Australia and continue across all seven continents with official concerts in Tokyo, Japan; Shanghai, China; Johannesburg, South Africa; London, United Kingdom; Hamburg, Germany; Istanbul, Turkey; and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, before concluding at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.


The show includes Linkin Park performing in Tokyo,
for the full article click read more.

Source

Comments
Posted by Energy on 19 Jun 2007 06:06 pm
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Hey all, for the redesign - that is approaching fast - we've got a few things that we're working on. I'm working on the comments at the moment, and at this current time they're open once again for the public. So feel free to post your comments.

I know the new captcha isn't as fun as the old one, or at the current moment not as pretty - however you'll see how everything works once the redesign is up. I'm going back to coding now. The redesign is so close now, at least design wise - I'm just working on a new lil feature that I'll tell you about. Now it's going to be really easy to submit news to the site. There'll be a box that you can type your news and press send - and it sends all the news posters a copy of your news. However to stop spam I think I may have to make it so it sends you an email which you have to click confirm in. Does that defy the point of the form?

Either way it's almost done!
:)

BREAKING NEWS: Heineken Jammin' Festival accident
Posted by Jaxxy on 15 Jun 2007 06:41 pm
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Linkin Park
Just got an alert:

Music fans have been injured at the Heineken festival in Italy after a lighting and sound system collapsed. I think LP were due to play today. The festival has been suspended for today and tomorrow but may continue on Sunday.

Read more here.

Several people have been taken to hospital but no fatalities have been reported. Let's hope all the people injured aren't too badly hurt and get better soon.

I'll post again if I hear anything else.

EDIT: linkinpark.com said this:

"LP have issued the following statement: “We are saddened by the events that happened in Venice today and our hearts are with the injured fans and their families. The Linkin Park family wishes them a speedy recovery and hope to see them the next time we visit Italy.”"

LP Live in Paris videos
Posted by Jon on 15 Jun 2007 11:23 am
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A dear friend of ours, Lolo, has recently updated her YouTube with footage she took from the Paris Linkin Park show. Her YouTube page is http://www.youtube.com/lolosakura. I hope you guys enjoy them.

I hope she has no objections to us linking to it. <333 (having spoken to her, she says all is cool :D)

Kerrang Review of LP at Download
Posted by Jaxxy on 14 Jun 2007 06:58 pm
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Just thought I would type the Kerrang! review of LP at Download:

"Though he [Marilyn Manson] draws the biggest crowd of the day, it's surprising how many people stick around for headliners LINKIN PARK (KKK). Once daylight disappears, the flashy visuals on a giant screen at the back of the stage at least provide some kind of focal point for Chester Bennington's crew, but it's baffling that their show - as slick, functional and characterless as their music - gets such a rapturous reception. 'Crawling', and 'One Step Closer' might be perfect examples of studio-crafted songwriting, while the one true moment of pop-metal genius comes with the bruising finale 'Faint', but despite boasting a crowd that sing along, clap, cheer and 'woo!' from beginning to end, there's something astonishingly neutral and unaffecting about this Saturday night send-off"

The guy says LP got a rapturous reception...So the important people enjoyed it - the fans! I certainly had a good time and thought it was better than their performance at Download 2004.

What do you guys think? Were you there? (were you watching...) Post your comments... (you can't post your comments at the moment, but you'll be able to at the weekend... - Energy)
wink

Download Festival Show on Channel 4
Posted by Energy on 14 Jun 2007 12:22 am
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As per usual Download Festival put a highlight show on shortly after the event. This is usually two 30 min shows containing tracks and interviews with the artisits, however this year the show seems to be 1 straight hour. This is bound to include a bit of LP info.

The show is on at 01:20am on Saturday night (so early sunday morning then!). Kerrang's website says there is one on sunday night, but channel 4's tv listings seem to say otherwise. So it's worth checking sunday night too...

Oh and yeah the site looks a bit weird, we're preparing for the new and improved lpfuse. Hopefully out this weekend... it's looking quite nice :) So sorry if things are a bit strange between now and then.

Happy Birthday Crewdy
Posted by Jon on 11 Jun 2007 04:27 pm
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Just a quick shoutout and a happy birthday to a longtime friend of the LPFuse sites, Crewdy of Forfeit the game. Hope you have a great birthday today dude.

Linkin Park give shout out to Motley Crue at Download
Posted by Energy on 10 Jun 2007 03:07 am
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NME.com has a good report on tonights show at donnington, download festival. Really sucks I couldn't be there. Tracklist played was:
'One Step Closer'
'Lying From You'
'Somewhere I Belong'
'No More Sorrow'
'Papercut'
'Points'
'Given Up'
'Don't Stay'
'From The Inside'
'Leave Out All The Rest'
'Numb'
'Pushing Me Away'
'Breaking The Habit'
'In The End'
'Crawling'
'What I've Done'
'Little Things'
'Bleed It Out'
'Faint'

Check the full article at the link, or the local copy here!

Random fact
Posted by Jon on 07 Jun 2007 06:44 pm
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Fort Minor
Hey guys, not updated in a little while. Celebrated my [completely forgotten about] birthday at the end of May and spent the last week listening to new music. Those of you who remember all the drama surrounding the Believe Me garage band sample that Mike used may be interested to know its just turned up on the demo of Haunted by Kelly Clarkson.

Listen here.

Peace and love to all coming to Download this weekend.

J

MTV.com article...
Posted by Jaxxy on 07 Jun 2007 06:12 pm
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Just in case any of you were wondering why LP are playing the Japan leg of the Live Earth shows check out this article from MTV. A nice article, I thought, where Phoenix talks about being compared to U2 and also Music For Relief. Worth a read! laughing

Oh and LP stayed at number 2 in the UK album charts on Sunday...I believe when Meteora was released it went in at number 1 then dropped rapidly down so MTM is doing well! Keep buying!
smile

November Tour Dates
Posted by Energy on 02 Jun 2007 02:13 am
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As this french page says (thanks lolo) LP is performing in paris in November 07. It also mentions a March date in 2008.

Well we can *finally* tell you this, it's currently looking like there will be around 30 european shows starting in November. The tour is likely to start in the uk with multiple shows and then spread out. The shows will be arena sized.

So if you're missing download as it looks like I am :( then you've not got too long to wait for another chance to check LP out!

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