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December 25, 2006



LINKIN PARK Offer Up a Present for Fans


Linkin Park's Rob Bourdon thinks the group's latest annual holiday offering, 'LPU6,' will be the gift that keeps on giving to die-hard fans. "I definitely think that this CD is the best one we've done so far," he tells AOL Music.

Bourdon believes the fan-friendliness of the six-track package, which comprises new studio and live recordings, is a direct result of the work the sextet has put in on its eagerly anticipated new record with producer Rick Rubin. "This does have two new tracks from the studio," Bourdon says. "We've never been able to be in the studio and have a ton of extra songs and be writing while putting the fan pack together. So that's been a huge bonus." Among the songs is 'Qwerty,' which Bourdon can't wait to play live again after debuting it this past summer. "It's probably the heaviest song we've ever written," he says. "And usually those songs tend to be the most fun to play in front of an audience.

" The band has just announced its first confirmed date for 2007, headlining the second day of the Bamboozle Fest at the Meadowlands, in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on May 6. Bourdon is so eager to get back to the stage he is literally dreaming about it. "It was like one of those dreams where you go to school and you realize you don't have any pants on," he says. "All of a sudden we had come out of the studio and we were onstage, and I hadn't had a chance to rehearse or go over any of the stuff again. It was just like playing on the fly."

His dream notwithstanding, he says the band is set to go. "I looked at some clips yesterday, and seeing us playing live onstage in front of an audience, I got really excited about it," he says. "And I can't wait to play the new stuff, because I think that the fans are going to be really pleasantly surprised by the new direction that we've taken our music."

source:AOL Music



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