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- Song Name: In the End
- Artist Name / Band Name: Linkin Park
- Produced By: Don Gilmore
- Album Name: Hybrid Theory
- Release Date: October 9, 2001
- Genre: Nu-Metal, Rap, Rock
- Record Label: Warner Bros.
- Written By: Joseph Hahn, Rob Bourdon, Mike Shinoda, Chester Bennington & Brad Delson
- Performance: Peaked at No.
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Linkin Park – In the End Review
Every ‘In the End’ by Linkin Park review is influenced by the countless raves from music critics and reviewers from all around the world. To the band’s fans, this is the song that made sure the group’s loyal followers would be around for good. It was the perfect track that propelled Linkin Park into full stardom at a time when the music scene was dominated by R&B, hip hop, and pop recording artists.
It featured an impressive blend of melody and melancholy amid angst-driven aggression. In other words, it was a good song that showcased what Linkin Park is capable of doing, which most other bands of its generation could not. It was not surprising that the song obtained mainstream popularity. It was a commercial success the instant it was released in November 2001.
Needless to say, the track rose to become Linkin Park’s own signature song. During its time, it dominated numerous music charts from all around the globe. In its lyrics, Chester Bennington, the vocalist, sings that he tries to hard but in the end, nothing really matters. We beg to disagree. The song was not an end but a beginning for the band.