Linkin Park are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album Hybrid Theory with a re-issue of the album. As well as that, they’ve blessed us with an unreleased track from back in ’99.
The track, called ‘She Couldn’t’, samples Mos Def’s voice from the High & Mighty’s B-Boy Document ’99.
The re-issue of their debut album will come through Warner Records on Friday, 9th October. It’s set to arrive in a few different formats, including: 5xCD, 3x vinyl records, and the super deluxe box set.
These will come with the 2002 remix album Reanimation, some rarities, and on the deluxe box set, the DVDs will feature live performances, an 80-page illustration book, as well as lithographs from Mike Shinoda, Joe Hahn, and Hybrid Theory art director Frank Maddocks.
Listen to ‘She Couldn’t’ below.
Last month marked three years since the passing of Linkin Park’s beloved Chester Bennington.
Three years ago today, we lost an incredible talent.
A father, a husband, a bandmate, a very talented musician, and an important part of many of our lives.
We are grateful for his impact in the world and today we celebrate him.
We miss you, Chester Bennington. pic.twitter.com/GAlFTwUV20
— Linkin Park Live // #HT20 (@LPLive) July 20, 2020