The official Twitter page of Linkin Park shared a post announcing that they will be releasing a series of new reanimated tracks from their iconic album ‘Hybrid Theory’ and continue to celebrate their album just like they did in 2020.
‘Hybrid Theory’ is the debut studio album of Linkin Park and released on October 24, 2000. The album became a strong commercial success after receiving positive reviews both from critics and fans.
Two decades after its release, ‘Hybrid Theory’ re-released for its 20th anniversary with an unreleased demo song named ‘She Couldn’t.’ In addition to the re-release of the album, the band also celebrated the 20th anniversary with a special boxset which contains five CDs, three DVDs, three LPs, 80 pages long book of unseen photographs.
Recently, Linkin Park shared a post on its official Twitter page announcing that they will continue celebrating ‘Hybrid Theory’ with a series of new reanimated songs from the album.
Here is what was announced:
“Keeping the #HT20 celebration going into 2021 will be a series of new reanimated tracks.“
While fans enjoy seeing brand new versions of their iconic album, most fans expressed their dissatisfaction since Linkin Park has already released a remix album, now they are planning to remix an already remix album, and fans, apparently, are expecting a new album.
You can see the Twitter post below.
Keeping the #HT20 celebration going into 2021 will be a series of new reanimated tracks.
— LINKIN PARK (@linkinpark) January 8, 2021