Linkin Park - Hi-Res Collection (2000-2017) [Official Digital Download(s)] Combined REPOST

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Linkin Park - Hi-Res Collection (2000-2017) [Official Digital Download(s)] Combined REPOST

Linkin Park's Hi-Res Collection (2000-2017)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48/96/44 kHz | Time - 325:39 minutes | 4,64 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front covers(s)
In living memory of Chester Bennington (March 20, 1976—July 20, 2017)

Multi-platinum and GRAMMY Award-winning band, Linkin Park, rose to international fame with their debut release, Hybrid Theory. The breakthrough album would be certified Diamond by the RIAA. Formed in California, the band is comprised of members: Chester Bennington, Rob Bourdon, Brad Delson, Dave ‘Phoenix’ Farrell, Joe Hahn and Mike Shinoda. Known for their extensive touring, the band’s various releases have gone on to top the Billboard 200. The band has sold over fifty million albums worldwide and was included on Billboard’s “Best Artists of the Decade.” Their alternative sound meshed with elements of hip-hop and electronica have made the band one of the most successful acts of the 2000s.


Linkin Park - Hi-Res Collection (2000-2017) [Official Digital Download(s)] Combined REPOST

Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory (2000)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48 kHz | Time - 37:51 minutes | 533 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

American rock band Linkin Park took the music scene by storm with their breakthrough debut Hybrid Theory. With millions of copies sold worldwide, the band’s invigorated fusion of rap and metal propelled the album to #2 on the Billboard charts. Included were the hits “One Step Closer,” “Papercut,” “In the End” and the GRAMMY® Award-winning “Crawling.” Listed in the book, 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, Hybrid Theory was one of Billboard’s “Hot 200 Albums of the Decade.” The recording was one of the most successful debuts in the twenty-first century.

Tracklist:

01 - Papercut
02 - One Step Closer
03 - With You
04 - Points of Authority
05 - Crawling
06 - Runaway
07 - By Myself
08 - In the End
09 - A Place for My Head
10 - Forgotten
11 - Cure for the Itch
12 - Pushing Me Away

Analyzed: Linkin Park / Hybrid Theory
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR6 -0.01 dB -6.84 dB 3:04 01-Papercut
DR6 -0.02 dB -6.87 dB 2:36 02-One Step Closer
DR6 -0.02 dB -6.96 dB 3:23 03-With You
DR6 0.00 dB -7.45 dB 3:20 04-Points of Authority
DR6 -0.03 dB -8.30 dB 3:29 05-Crawling
DR6 0.00 dB -7.13 dB 3:04 06-Runaway
DR6 0.00 dB -7.24 dB 3:10 07-By Myself
DR6 -0.03 dB -7.54 dB 3:36 08-In the End
DR5 -0.03 dB -7.40 dB 3:05 09-A Place for My Head
DR6 0.00 dB -6.58 dB 3:14 10-Forgotten
DR6 -0.07 dB -8.91 dB 2:37 11-Cure for the Itch
DR6 -0.05 dB -6.76 dB 3:12 12-Pushing Me Away
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Number of tracks: 12
Official DR value: DR6

Samplerate: 48000 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 1917 kbps
Codec: FLAC
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Linkin Park - Hi-Res Collection (2000-2017) [Official Digital Download(s)] Combined REPOST

Linkin Park - Meteora (2003)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48 kHz | Time - 36:42 minutes | 524 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Following their successful debut, Linkin Park released their chart-topping sophomore recording Meteora. The album would earn the covenant spot in sixteen different countries. Incorporating their trademark sound, the band delivered exhilarating guitars and riveting rapped verses. The sure-fired hit yielded the six singles, “Somewhere I Belong,” “Faint,” “Lying from You,” “Numb,” “Breaking the Habit” and “Session.” “Numb” would become one of the biggest songs of the year and “Session” was nominated for Best Rock Instrumental Performance at the GRAMMYS®. The record solidified the group’s standing as bona fide rock legends.

Tracklist:

01 - Foreword
02 - Don't Stay
03 - Somewhere I Belong
04 - Lying from You
05 - Hit the Floor
06 - Easier to Run
07 - Faint
08 - Figure.09
09 - Breaking the Habit
10 - From the Inside
11 - Nobody's Listening
12 - Session
13 - Numb

Analyzed: Linkin Park / Meteora
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR9 -1.48 dB -17.16 dB 0:13 01-Foreword
DR5 0.00 dB -6.18 dB 3:08 02-Don't Stay
DR5 0.00 dB -6.38 dB 3:34 03-Somewhere I Belong
DR5 0.00 dB -5.86 dB 2:55 04-Lying from You
DR5 0.00 dB -6.64 dB 2:44 05-Hit the Floor
DR5 0.00 dB -6.20 dB 3:24 06-Easier to Run
DR5 0.00 dB -7.12 dB 2:42 07-Faint
DR5 0.00 dB -6.64 dB 3:18 08-Figure.09
DR5 0.00 dB -6.23 dB 3:16 09-Breaking the Habit
DR5 0.00 dB -5.62 dB 2:56 10-From the Inside
DR5 0.00 dB -6.51 dB 2:59 11-Nobody's Listening
DR5 0.00 dB -6.79 dB 2:25 12-Session
DR5 0.00 dB -6.27 dB 3:08 13-Numb
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Number of tracks: 13
Official DR value: DR5

Samplerate: 48000 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 1900 kbps
Codec: FLAC
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Linkin Park - Hi-Res Collection (2000-2017) [Official Digital Download(s)] Combined REPOST

Linkin Park - Minutes To Midnight (2007)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48 kHz | Time - 43:29 minutes | 570 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Back in 2007, Minutes to Midnight was one of rock’s most anticipated albums of the year. The outing saw the band incorporating a new mature sound, redefining one of today’s most accomplished rock bands. Produced by Rick Rubin and band member, Mike Shinoda, the album would have one of the strongest opening weeks in 2007. This exquisite effort debuted at number one in the United States, Canada and thirteen other countries. Minutes to Midnight was also listed Rolling Stone’s “25 Best Albums of 2007” and Billboard’s “Hot 200 Albums of the Decade.” Included on the album were the breakout hits, “Leave Out All The Rest,” “Given Up,” “Bleed It Out,” “Shadow of the Day” and “What I’ve Done.”

Tracklist:

01 - Wake
02 - Given Up
03 - Leave Out All the Rest
04 - Bleed It Out
05 - Shadow of the Day
06 - What I've Done
07 - Hands Held High
08 - No More Sorrow
09 - Valentine's Day
10 - In Between
11 - In Pieces
12 - The Little Things Give You Away

Analyzed: Linkin Park / Minutes to Midnight
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR7 0.00 dB -11.53 dB 1:41 01-Wake
DR6 0.00 dB -7.48 dB 3:09 02-Given Up
DR6 0.00 dB -8.74 dB 3:29 03-Leave Out All the Rest
DR6 0.00 dB -7.72 dB 2:44 04-Bleed It Out
DR6 0.00 dB -9.03 dB 4:50 05-Shadow of the Day
DR6 0.00 dB -8.50 dB 3:26 06-What I've Done
DR9 0.00 dB -11.56 dB 3:53 07-Hands Held High
DR6 0.00 dB -7.55 dB 3:42 08-No More Sorrow
DR6 0.00 dB -8.26 dB 3:17 09-Valentine's Day
DR7 -0.08 dB -9.33 dB 3:17 10-In Between
DR6 0.00 dB -8.93 dB 3:38 11-In Pieces
DR6 0.00 dB -9.14 dB 6:24 12-The Little Things Give You Away
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Number of tracks: 12
Official DR value: DR6

Samplerate: 48000 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 1729 kbps
Codec: FLAC
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Linkin Park - Hi-Res Collection (2000-2017) [Official Digital Download(s)] Combined REPOST

Linkin Park - A Thousand Suns (2010)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48 kHz | Time - 47:50 minutes | 611 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Continuing their successful partnership, Mike Shinoda and Rick Rubin, produced the band’s multi-concept album, A Thousand Suns. Delving into themes of pride, destruction and regret, the album topped various Billboard charts. This sonic journey finds the band experimenting with their sound. A Thousand Suns would yield the hit singles, “Iridescent,” “Waiting For The End,” “Blackout,” “Burning In The Skies,” “Empty Spaces,” The Catalyst” and “The Messenger.” With wide acclaim, the album would be certified Gold by the RIAA.

Tracklist:

01 - The Requiem
02 - The Radiance
03 - Burning In The Skies
04 - Empty Spaces
05 - When They Come For Me
06 - Robot Boy
07 - Jornada Del Muerto
08 - Waiting For The End
09 - Blackout
10 - Wretches And Kings
11 - Wisdom, Justice, And Love
12 - Iridescent
13 - Fallout
14 - The Catalyst
15 - The Messenger

Analyzed: Linkin Park / A Thousand Suns
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR8 -0.07 dB -12.14 dB 2:01 01-The Requiem
DR9 -0.10 dB -11.52 dB 0:58 02-The Radiance
DR5 0.00 dB -6.99 dB 4:13 03-Burning In The Skies
DR12 -1.58 dB -19.08 dB 0:18 04-Empty Spaces
DR5 0.00 dB -6.80 dB 4:53 05-When They Come For Me
DR6 0.00 dB -7.66 dB 4:29 06-Robot Boy
DR8 -0.04 dB -11.51 dB 1:35 07-Jornada Del Muerto
DR6 0.00 dB -7.94 dB 3:52 08-Waiting For The End
DR5 0.00 dB -7.75 dB 4:39 09-Blackout
DR6 0.00 dB -7.87 dB 4:11 10-Wretches And Kings
DR9 -0.10 dB -12.56 dB 1:39 11-Wisdom, Justice, And Love
DR6 0.00 dB -8.51 dB 4:57 12-Iridescent
DR9 -0.11 dB -12.27 dB 1:23 13-Fallout
DR7 0.00 dB -9.22 dB 5:40 14-The Catalyst
DR9 -1.55 dB -15.11 dB 3:02 15-The Messenger
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Number of tracks: 15
Official DR value: DR7

Samplerate: 48000 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 1507 kbps
Codec: FLAC
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Linkin Park - Hi-Res Collection (2000-2017) [Official Digital Download(s)] Combined REPOST

Linkin Park - Living Things (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/44,1 kHz | Time - 37:03 minutes | 466 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover only

Linkin Park got pretty moody on 2010's A Thousand Suns, settling into a sulky electronica groove that pretty much screamed "growing pains" to anybody who listened closely. On its 2012 sequel, Living Things, Linkin Park attempts to graft guitars back onto their newly mature musical outlook, and the reintroduction of visceral force certainly helps give this album a pulse lacking on A Thousand Suns. It's hardly a step back to the old angst-ridden rap-rockers of the turn of the millennium, however. Admirably, Linkin Park revels in a near-middle-aged angst, letting their songs address adult concerns and giving their productions contours and texture; the additional noise isn't an expression of fury, it's used to enhance the drama. Generally, the songs feel sharper on Living Things – there is definition to their structure, some of the choruses catch hold without too much effort – but this album remains one of sustained mood, not individual moments. And in that regard, Living Things handily trumps A Thousand Suns: it doesn't stay still, it peaks and ebbs, flowing steadily between brooding and explosions of repressed rage, a fitting soundtrack for aging rap-rockers who are comfortable in their skin but restless at heart.

Tracklist:

01. Lost In The Echo
02. In My Remains
03. Burn It Down
04. Lies Greed Misery
05. I'll Be Gone
06. Castle Of Glass
07. Victimized
08. Roads Untraveled
09. Skin To Bone
10. Until It Breaks
11. Tinfoil
12. Powerless

Analyzed: Linkin Park / Living Things
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR4 -0.40 dB -6.21 dB 3:25 01-Lost In The Echo
DR5 -0.40 dB -7.87 dB 3:21 02-In My Remains
DR6 -0.50 dB -8.17 dB 3:50 03-Burn It Down
DR4 -0.50 dB -7.07 dB 2:26 04-Lies Greed Misery
DR5 -0.50 dB -7.41 dB 3:31 05-I'll Be Gone
DR4 0.00 dB -6.62 dB 3:25 06-Castle Of Glass
DR4 -0.40 dB -6.32 dB 1:46 07-Victimized
DR4 -0.40 dB -8.46 dB 3:50 08-Roads Untraveled
DR4 -1.22 dB -7.31 dB 2:48 09-Skin To Bone
DR5 -0.52 dB -7.93 dB 3:43 10-Until It Breaks
DR9 -7.16 dB -18.89 dB 1:12 11-Tinfoil
DR5 -0.87 dB -8.59 dB 3:44 12-Powerless
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Number of tracks: 12
Official DR value: DR5

Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 1659 kbps
Codec: FLAC
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Linkin Park - Hi-Res Collection (2000-2017) [Official Digital Download(s)] Combined REPOST

Linkin Park - The Hunting Party (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96kHz | Time - 45:06 minutes | 1,04 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Breaking away from Rick Rubin, with whom they had a three-album association, Brad Delson and Mike Shinoda co-produce this time around and retreat from the moody electronica that characterized many of those records. Instead, The Hunting Party is designed as a return to rock, evoking the group's earliest records. Reconnecting with the past is a standard move for a heavy band 15 years into its career, but The Hunting Party is effectively aggressive, partially due to how far into the ether Linkin Park strayed on Living Things and, especially, A Thousand Suns. Written and recorded over the course of a year, The Hunting Party nevertheless packs a visceral punch. Hints of the murky, meditative darkness linger – especially on "Until It's Gone," which builds upon its atmosphere to reach melodramatic heights; "Final Masquerade" is subtler in its approach -– but there's good reason why Page Hamilton and Tom Morello both guest on the record: this is a grinding, metallic workout. Far from sounding as if they're grasping at straws, Linkin Park seem rejuvenated, proving there is value in the cliché of returning to roots.

Tracklist:

01 - Keys To The Kingdom
02 - All For Nothing (feat. Page Hamilton)
03 - Guilty All The Same (feat. Rakim)
04 - The Summoning
05 - War
06 - Wastelands
07 - Until It's Gone
08 - Rebellion (feat. Daron Malakian)
09 - Mark The Graves
10 - Drawbar (feat. Tom Morello)
11 - Final Masquerade
12 - A Line In The Sand

Producers: Brad Delson and Mike Shinoda. Recording engineer: Ethan Mates.
Recorded May 2013 - April 2014 at Larrabee Sound Studios and EastWest Studios in Los Angeles, California.

NOTE: Track "3" is a 44k recording mastered to 96/24.

Analyzed: Linkin Park / The Hunting Party
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR5 -0.50 dB -7.91 dB 3:39 01-Keys To The Kingdom
DR4 -0.50 dB -6.20 dB 3:34 02-All For Nothing (feat. Page Hamilton)
DR3 0.00 dB -5.44 dB 5:55 03-Guilty All The Same (feat. Rakim)
DR8 -0.50 dB -13.15 dB 1:00 04-The Summoning
DR4 0.00 dB -6.23 dB 2:11 05-War
DR5 0.00 dB -7.13 dB 3:16 06-Wastelands
DR3 -0.50 dB -5.99 dB 3:41 07-Until It's Gone
DR5 -0.50 dB -5.82 dB 3:44 08-Rebellion (feat. Daron Malakian)
DR5 -0.50 dB -7.41 dB 5:05 09-Mark The Graves
DR8 -0.50 dB -12.85 dB 2:47 10-Drawbar (feat. Tom Morello)
DR4 -0.43 dB -6.86 dB 3:38 11-Final Masquerade
DR4 -0.50 dB -7.19 dB 6:35 12-A Line In The Sand
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Number of tracks: 12
Official DR value: DR5

Samplerate: 96000 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 3085 kbps
Codec: FLAC
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Linkin Park - Hi-Res Collection (2000-2017) [Official Digital Download(s)] Combined REPOST

Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory: Live At Download Festival 2014 (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/44,1 kHz | Time - 42:16 minutes | 536 MB
Official Digital Download - Source: Official site | Artwork: Front cover

On June 14 Linkin Park performed Hybrid Theory in it's entirety LIVE for the first time ever. This recording has been available for a limited time for purchase with their new album "Hunting Party" through the official site and some other retailers.

Tracklist:

01 - Papercut
02 - One Step Closer
03 - With You
04 - Points Of Authority
05 - Crawling
06 - Runaway
07 - By Myself
08 - In The End
09 - A Place For My Head
10 - Forgotten
11 - Cure For The Itch
12 - Pushing Me Away

Analyzed: Linkin Park / Hybrid Theory (Live at Download Festival 2014)
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR9 -0.13 dB -9.84 dB 3:13 01-Papercut
DR7 -0.05 dB -8.23 dB 3:12 02-One Step Closer
DR8 -0.07 dB -10.04 dB 3:34 03-With You
DR9 -0.12 dB -11.69 dB 5:00 04-Points Of Authority
DR9 -0.17 dB -11.08 dB 3:29 05-Crawling
DR8 0.00 dB -10.15 dB 3:16 06-Runaway
DR8 0.00 dB -9.50 dB 3:24 07-By Myself
DR8 -0.07 dB -10.29 dB 3:40 08-In The End
DR6 -0.02 dB -8.24 dB 3:43 09-A Place For My Head
DR7 0.00 dB -8.61 dB 3:26 10-Forgotten
DR8 -0.14 dB -10.33 dB 2:50 11-Cure For The Itch
DR9 -0.09 dB -10.94 dB 3:29 12-Pushing Me Away
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Number of tracks: 12
Official DR value: DR8

Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 1688 kbps
Codec: FLAC
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Linkin Park - Hi-Res Collection (2000-2017) [Official Digital Download(s)] Combined REPOST

Linkin Park - One More Light (2017)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44,1 kHz | Time - 35:23 minutes | 433 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

The seventh full-length release for the rock band features guest appearances from Kiiara, Pusha T and Stormzy. The album also includes Jon Green, Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, Ross Golan, Michael Leary, Andrew Goldstein, blackbear, and Eg White as co-songwriters. One More Light was promoted by the band by various acoustic performances by Chester Bennington and Mike Shinoda of the lead single at many promotional live events and interviews.

One More Light, Linkin Park's seventh set, is a divisive and brazen statement from a band that already does not shy away from fearless experimental leaps. From the rap focus on Collision Course and the Fort Minor side project to the electronic A Thousand Suns and their remix albums, Linkin Park have balanced an empire built upon pain and angst with an admirable dose of cross-genre dabbling. Which is why One More Light shouldn't come as such a surprise. And yet, the album remains a jarring follow-up to 2014's muscular The Hunting Party and an overall curve ball in their catalog. Recruiting electronic pop producers like Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, Jesse Shatkin, and RAC, Linkin Park made a pop album, which is sure to infuriate diehards who yearn for the days of "shut up when I'm talking to you." While it's unfair to fault them for not being pissed off anymore, the experience is not the same. For the first time, the band sounds happy and content. Though while they may be at peace, their creativity took a bullet. There's a bevy of bright tropical notes and even some "na na na" choruses, tones that are dime a dozen on pop radio. The group is effectively neutered on One More Light: there's no feral screaming from Chester Bennington, there are barely any riffs, and DJ Hahn has disappeared beneath the textured studio sheen. The closest they toe to "rock" is "Talking to Myself," which has discernable live drumming from Rob Bourdon and guitar licks from Brad Delson. Otherwise, One More Light is mostly concerned with triumphant anthems ("Battle Symphony" and "Invisible") and heartfelt confessions ("Sorry for Now" and "Halfway Right") that end up sounding like the Chainsmokers blended with Twenty One Pilots. Certainly, One More Light will find its defenders, but for fans of their past work, "Good Goodbye" with rappers Pusha T and Stormzy is the closest they come to "aggressive" and "inspired" (even if Shinoda sounds like G-Eazy). Oddly enough, the Kiiara-assisted lead single "Heavy" ends up being one of the only memorable earworms on the album, an undeniably catchy dose of radio-friendly pop that dares listeners to sing along. Here, Linkin Park actually lay out the entire plot of this endeavor by asking "Why is everything so heavy?" With the bandmembers all hovering around their forties, they've matured and fully expect fans to do the same, taking huge steps away from the nü metal that established them in the early 2000s. Objectively, that attitude is refreshing, but nonetheless a letdown. From their inception, Linkin Park connected through catharsis. However, many of the emotions presented here are fleeting. The issue isn't that it's a pop effort; indeed, they get points for a brave attempt so outside of their wheelhouse. 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.

Tracklist:

01 - Nobody Can Save Me
02 - Good Goodbye (feat. Pusha T and Stormzy)
03 - Talking to Myself
04 - Battle Symphony
05 - Invisible
06 - Heavy (feat. Kiiara)
07 - Sorry for Now
08 - Halfway Right
09 - One More Light
10 - Sharp Edges

Analyzed: Linkin Park / One More Light
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR5 0.00 dB -6.48 dB 3:46 01-Nobody Can Save Me
DR4 0.00 dB -6.49 dB 3:31 02-Good Goodbye (feat. Pusha T and Stormzy)
DR5 0.00 dB -7.44 dB 3:51 03-Talking to Myself
DR4 0.00 dB -6.07 dB 3:36 04-Battle Symphony
DR6 -0.01 dB -7.79 dB 3:34 05-Invisible
DR5 -0.01 dB -7.27 dB 2:50 06-Heavy (feat. Kiiara)
DR5 0.00 dB -7.73 dB 3:24 07-Sorry for Now
DR5 0.00 dB -7.33 dB 3:37 08-Halfway Right
DR7 0.00 dB -9.65 dB 4:15 09-One More Light
DR4 0.00 dB -6.88 dB 2:58 10-Sharp Edges
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Number of tracks: 10
Official DR value: DR5

Samplerate: 44100 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 1593 kbps
Codec: FLAC
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