- Living Things

Linkin Park - Living Things
CRITIC SCORE
54
Based on 10 reviews
2012 Rank: #856 / 893
USER SCORE
51
Based on
62 ratings

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CRITIC REVIEWS

60
musicOMH

Living Things is unsubtle, but it’s also quintessentially Linkin Park; albeit re-booted, regenerated, evolved.

50
NME

The heavy guitar thud of yore has been replaced by a new, heavy electronic thud, but that aside it’s largely the usual semi-hilarious histrionica to which we’ve become accustomed

50
A.V. Club

Rejecting the slow segues and unhurried ambience of A Thousand Suns, Living Things is trim and muscular, all pumping fists and bulging neck veins.

20
Consequence of Sound

When you can’t tell the difference between a Linkin Park track and something produced by a plebeian confusing dance beats for real drums, something has to give.

john95
42
I find it to be better than the hunting party but worse than minutes to midnight. I think that much gives a picture.
SkyZippr
20
It's kinda funny if you consider that they said stuff like "finally felt like being in the right place" and released this mess. We already have Skrillex and he's more professional in loud electronic sound, thank you.
37
Replicating their previous work, but with more generic hooks has left a forgettable album in a heap of bland indie-sounding alternative.
Creator R-Zita
70
Stronger album that " A Thousand Suns". They evolved in this album but again we werent with our mouths opened just as we expected.
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DETAILS

June 26, 2012 / Release Date
LP / Format
Warner Bros. / Label
Rick Rubin, Mike Shinoda / Producer
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Track List
  1. Lost In The Echo 
  2. In My Remains 
  3. Burn It Down 
  4. Lies Greed Misery 
  5. I'll Be Gone 
  6. Castle Of Glass 
  7. Victimized 
  8. Roads Untraveled 
  9. Skin To Bone 
  10. Until It Breaks 
  11. Tinfoil 
  12. Powerless
Contributions By
patton, philthy, royalflush


Added on: June 25, 2012