Linkin Park’s heavy 2006 deep-cut QWERTY is now on streaming

A whopping 18 years on from its first airing, Linkin Park deep-cut QWERTY has found a home on streaming services via their new Papercuts (Singles Collection 2000-2023) album.

Linkin Park’s heavy 2006 deep-cut QWERTY is now on streaming
Emily Carter
James Minchin

Linkin Park’s rare 2006 track QWERTY has finally hit streaming services, and there’s a new visualiser for the song on YouTube, too.

To longtime fans’ delight the heavy throwback song is officially seeing the light of day via the band’s newly-released greatest hits record, Papercuts (Singles Collection: 2000-2023), which is out now via Warner Records.

QWERTY actually dates all the way back to LP’s Minutes To Midnight sessions, and was included on fanclub EP Linkin Park Underground v6.0. Now, along with recently-released single Friendly Fire, we get to hear it properly!

Papercuts… also includes 18 other massive Linkin Park bangers, with a press release explaining how the band ‘were inspired to thoughtfully curate Papercuts by their fans’ passionate reception of the 20th Anniversary Editions of Hybrid Theory in 2020 and Meteora last year’.

Watch the visualiser for QWERTY below:

See the full Papercuts (Singles Collection 2000-2023) tracklist:

1. Crawling
2. Faint
3. Numb/Encore
4. Papercut
5. Breaking The Habit
6. In The End
7. Bleed It Out
8. Somewhere I Belong
9. Waiting For The End
10. Castle Of Glass
11. One More Light
12. Burn It Down
13. What I’ve Done
15. One Step Closer
16. New Divide
17. Leave Out All The Rest
18. Lost
19. Numb
20. Friendly Fire

And stream the album now:

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