Linkin Park Announce Huge 'Hybrid Theory' 20th Anniversary Reissue

Brenda Watkins
August 15, 2020

Linkin Park are looking back at one of their most celebrated moments and treating their Hybrid Theory to a sprawling 20th anniversary edition.

In an effort to put together this particular version, Linkin Park engaged longtime followers all over the world to contribute and share artwork, images, and reminiscences from the band's earliest days.

The reissue comes in several physical and digital formats, including a super deluxe box set, super deluxe vinyl box set and a deluxe CD which all come with the original Hybrid Theory as well as B-Side Rarities with 12 previously-released tracks from the album's era. On October 9, they plan to release a deluxe edition of their iconic debut album (which came out October 24, 2000) complete with five CDs, three LPS, three DVDs, an 80-page book, an "oversize" poster of Chester Bennington, and a bunch of other goodies.

IOS and iPadOS 13.6.1 updates are now available for download
Readers must note that the company has already made available the beta versions publicly of iOS 14 , iPadOS 14 and macOS Big Sur. To begin the download, your device needs to have a sufficient amount of battery and should be connected to a Wi-Fi network.

It's incredible to think it's been 20 years since Hybrid Theory was released. Additionally, band members Mike Shinoda and Joe Hahn and original Hybrid Theory art director and reissue art director Frank Maddocks supplied three lithographs of new art to the Super Deluxe Box.

The Hybrid Concept Vinyl Field Set includes the unique Hybrid Concept (1 LP) and Reanimation (2 LP) in addition to the B-Aspect Rarities (1 LP). Head here for full details. "We rededicate our Hybrid Theory to you". Tracks like "In The End" and "One Step Closer" etched themselves indelibly into modern musical culture.

On hand to circulation October 9. Linkin Park inspired a generation of dedicated fans and also influenced many bands who related to the intense and emotional musical style.

Other reports by

Discuss This Article