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!♪CD♫A Thousand Suns!♪CD♫

LinKiN Park
Para los amantes del Hard Rock,
éste definitivamente será un
disco que querrán escuchar,
aquí les dejo el single que
promociona “A thousand suns
“.Cuando lo hayan escuchado
no olviden comentar su opinión
sobre él.
“A thousand suns” es el nuevo
trabajo discográfico de Linkin
Park, un disco co-producido por
Rick Rubin (U2, Johnny Cash) y el
vocalista Mike Shinoda.

A Thousand Suns is the fourth
studio album by American rock
band Linkin Park. It was released
on September 14, 2010 in the
United States through Warner
Bros. Records. The album was
written by the band and co-
produced by Linkin Park vocalist
Mike Shinoda and Rick Rubin,
who previously worked together
to produce Minutes to Midnight
(2007). The lead single for the
album, " The Catalyst", was
released to radio and digital
music retailers on August 2,
2010. The band is currently
promoting the album through
the A Thousand Suns Tour.
A Thousand Suns is a concept
album dealing with nuclear
warfare and themes of war in

The album's title
comes from the Hindu Sanskrit
text Bhagavad Gita: "If the
radiance of a thousand suns
were to burst at once into the
sky, that would be like the
splendor of the mighty one", a
quote made famous by J. Robert
Oppenheimer in reference to the
atom bomb
Writing and recording
Recording for the album began
in 2008, shortly after the release
of Minutes to Midnight.[5] In
November 2008 Chester
Bennington stated this "sound
[ed] a little daunting to me, so, I
think my confidence level will
drop, but when it was presented
to us by this friend of ours, we
liked the idea. It was an inspiring
idea, and it was something we
could relate a lot of the things
we like to write about to."[5] In
May 2009, A Billboard Magazine
story was published where
Shinoda revealed info on the
album. "I feel like we've been
writing a lot. I'd say we've got
about half the music done,
though I shouldn't say halfway
because who knows how long
the next batch...

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