Linkin Park have released Meteora 20th Anniversary Edition today. The album is available in various configurations, including a Limited Edition Super Deluxe Box Set, Deluxe Vinyl Box Set, Deluxe 3-CD, and Digital Download. Listen to it now below.
Among a bevy of unreleased gems, lead single “Lost” has notably held #1 at Alternative and Rock radio for four consecutive weeks. Upon release, it emerged as Linkin Park’s first #1 debut on Billboard’s Rock & Alternative Airplay Chart in over a decade. It has also reached rarified air as the most-streamed new rock song of the year with well over 100 million global streams and 33 million YouTube views on the stunning music video.
Marking another huge milestone for their GRAMMY® Award-nominated landmark sophomore LP, Meteora was just certified 8X Platinum by the RIAA. It remains the group’s second-highest album certification to date.
In celebration of Meteora 20th Anniversary Edition, the band members will host a very special global fan Q&A livestream on Monday, April 10. Viewers worldwide can watch on the band’s Facebook, Twitch, and YouTube live at 11am PT. Tune in here. Additionally, this week SiriusXM launched a limited engagement Linkin Park Channel, presented and curated by the band. Linkin Park Radio is available until April 17th on the SXM App and on SiriusXM’s Turbo channel 41 for three days from today through April 9th. You can listen to the channel here.
Along with the previously uncovered tracks “Lost” and “Fighting Myself,” fans will finally experience “More The Victim” which was first debuted on The Howard Stern Show. Mike Shinoda personally mixed and architected the final product, making sure to keep it true to the initial intention. “What I like about this trio of songs is that they’re all very different from one another,” said Shinoda. “They all showcase a distinct approach from the band at the time.”
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