- One More Light

Linkin Park - One More Light
CRITIC SCORE
40
Based on 4 reviews
USER SCORE
19
Based on
64 ratings

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CRITIC REVIEWS

74
Sputnikmusic
This album isn’t the worst thing in the world – in fact it is quite a bit better than the material they’ve been peddling over the course of the last several years.
50
AllMusic

The problem is that much of One More Light is devoid of that visceral charge that previously defined much of their catalog. It's a provocative challenge that ultimately fails to satisfy.

33
Consequence of Sound

A muddled mess of a record from a band that completely abandoned any sense of identity.

20
NME

It’s harsh to criticise a great band for trying something different, and it’s not an issue that this is a pop album. The issue is that it’s weak and a contrived commercial move.

EMR
0
This record is important. It is essential. Linkin Park has released something that holds a highly inspirational message for upcoming artists. From this day on, any low key bedroom independent musical artist will be able to say they're capable of putting out a better effort than a huge band like this, without having to spend a single fraction of what LP did for producing such work. Have faith in yourself.
exception
1
While completely alienating their original core fanbase in the process, Linkin Park puts everything that sucks about the music industry in 2017 into one album. Shitty rap features, overblown EDM production, and songs that have absolutely no redeeming qualities whatsoever. Literally everything is bad: the title, the cover, and of course the music itself. Not many albums deserve this low of a score, but Linking Park really proved that they can make one deserving of it.
BuffaloStaple
20
well damn The Chainsmokers put out two albums in one year??
thethirdverse
10
linkin park tries to be owl city. it's even worse than you think it would sound.
Zkull
0
don't think this sounds like a 0? Well it deserves one
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DETAILS

May 19, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Warner Bros. / Label
Electropop / Genres
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Track List
  1. Nobody Can Save Me
  2. Good Goodbye
  3. Talking to Myself
  4. Battle Symphony
  5. Invisible
  6. Heavy
  7. Sorry for Now
  8. Halfway Right
  9. One More Light
  10. Sharp Edges
Contributions By
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Added on: February 17, 2017