Linkin Park releases deluxe ‘Minutes to Midnight’ album to streaming services

Linkin Park in 2007; John Shearer/WireImage

The deluxe version of Linkin Park‘s 2007 album Minutes to Midnight has been released to streaming services in honor of its upcoming 15th anniversary this weekend.

The expanded set includes four bonus tracks: a remix of “What I’ve Done,” the “Third Encore Session” performance of “Given Up,” and the songs “No Roads Left” and “Across the Line.”

Minutes to Midnight, the third Linkin Park album, arrived after the one-two punch of 2000’s Hybrid Theory and 2003’s Meteora, and found the group moving away from their nu metal origins into a more expansive sound.

Just in time for the milestone anniversary, Minutes to Midnight was certified five-times Platinum by the RIAA this week.

Last week, Linkin Park announced that they were launching a new newsletter to share “tiny snapshots into our daily misadventures.” That came after band member Mike Shinoda said that LP didn’t currently have any new music or tour plans. The group’s future has remained uncertain since the death of frontman Chester Bennington in July 2017.

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