1. 00:00 Lost in the Echo 2. 03:24 In My Remains 3. 06:47 Burn It Down 4. 10:39 Lies Greed Misery 5. 13:17 I'll Be Gone 6. 16:48 Castle of Glass 7. 20:13 Victimized 8. 21:58 Roads Untraveled 9. 25:42 Skin to Bone 10. 28:31 Until It Breaks 11. 32:17 Tinfoil 12. 33:31 Powerless
You hid your skeletons when I had shown you mine You woke the devil that I thought you'd left behind I saw the evidence, the crimson soaking through Ten thousand promises, ten thousand ways to lose
[Chorus] And you held it all but you were careless to let it fall You held it all and I was by your side, powerless
I watched you fall apart and chased you to the end. I'm left with emptiness that words can not defend You'll never know what I became because of you Ten thousand promises, ten thousand ways to lose
[Chorus x2] And you held it all but you were careless to let it fall You held it all and I was by your side, powerless
Living Things is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Linkin Park. It was released under Warner Bros. Records on June 20, 2012, in Japan and throughout the rest of the world during the following week. Production was handled by vocalist Mike Shinoda and Rick Rubin, who both co-produced the band's previous studio albums Minutes to Midnight (2007) and A Thousand Suns (2010).
The band states that Living Things combines elements from their previous four studio albums to create a new sound. They stated they finally felt they were in "familiar territory" and "comfortable in [their] own skin" after years of experimentation that resulted in their two previous studio albums, Minutes to Midnight and A Thousand Suns. Living Things was chosen as the album's title because of the numerous personal topics about people implemented on the album.
The lead single for the album, "Burn It Down", was sent to radio and released to digital music retailers on April 16, 2012. Continue to Wiki...
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