ADDICTION: LONG LIVE LINKIN PARK. LONG LIVE THE FIGHT FOR SOBRIETY.


A profound and deeply moving account that makes a rewarding read.

The Neighborhood

addiction

There’s something inside me
That pulls beneath the surface
Consuming, confusing
This lack of self control I fear
Is never ending, controlling
– Crawling by Linkin Park

∞∞∞

from Hybrid Theory
Crawling by Linkin Park

∞∞∞

LONG LIVE LINKIN PARK

In the year 2000, a young singer named Chester Bennington – as front man of Linkin Park – would redefine the rebel yell. Hybrid Theory was, in a word, spectacular. If The Beastie Boys are credited with rap crossing over to a young white audience, then Linkin Park would bridge the gap between hip hop, rock and grudge; a trifecta that sent their debut album into orbit with over 11 million copies sold in the United States alone. And while it was the rapper that made them hip and the beat that made them original, it was the primal scream of Chester Bennington that pierced the soul.

But like so…

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