Mike Shinoda Hybrid Theory Box Set Unboxing Video
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Watch Mike Shinoda Unbox The Hybrid Theory 20th Anniversary Box Set

Mike Shinoda got his hands on Linkin Park’s new Hybrid Theory 20th Anniversary Edition Super Deluxe Box Set early… lucky guy.

Ahead of the release of their epic new Hybrid Theory 20th anniversary box set in October, Mike Shinoda has shared an insightful unboxing video for Linkin Park fans to see what’s inside.

The musician got his hands on the very snazzy Super Deluxe Box Set’ edition of the anniversary album, which includes five CDs, three DVDs, three vinyl records, an 80-page illustrated book featuring unseen photos, a replica tour laminate and a poster of late frontman Chester Bennington, and three lithographs of new art by Mike, Joe Hahn and Hybrid Theory art director and reissue art director Frank Maddocks… among other things.

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And clearly Mike’s very happy with what he sees, praising everyone involved for making the box set such a genuine must-have for fans.

It’s incredible to think it’s been 20 years since Hybrid Theory was released,” say the band. All gratitude to our fans who made this epic journey we started 20 years ago possible. We dedicate our music to you. We rededicate our Hybrid Theory to you.”

Check it out below, and order yours at linkinpark.com/hybridtheory20:

Posted on September 24th 2020, 11:28a.m.
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