History of Hard Rock
Linkin Park is a hard rock band that was formed in 1996 in Aguora Hills, California. They began small and unknown like other rock and indie rock groups but rose to their fame later when one of their albums became a huge hit. Once they became a international hit they stayed on the billboard and continued making more studio albums. The band was declared "The biggest rock band in the world", "Greatest Artist of 00's", "Top sixth greatest band", "The third-best of the new millennium", "The 19 best artists", and made it on the decade chart.
When they became famous
The band became famous with their debut album Hybrid Theory in 2005. Later that album won a multi-platinum in several countries. Their following studio album Meteora helped continue their fame. Another huge event that helped make them famous is having one of their songs featured in the movie "The Transformers" which helped make them known by younger people.
- "In The End"
- "One Step Closer"
- "Breaking Habit"
- "Given Up"
- Hybrid Theory
- Living Things
- Minutes to Midnight
- A Thousand Stars
Linkin Park's music would be classified as Hard Rock. They have a lot of the basic rock instruments. They have electric guitars, drum sets, bass guitars, lead singers, etc. They have a lot of loud, powerful songs that have big messages in them. There is a difference between hard rock and classic rock even though some people don't know it. Both rock genres may have the same instruments but classic rock is more like soft rock then it is hard rock. Hard rock has interesting characteristics like how it is loosely defined and more like heavy rock (or heavy metal). It has aggressive vocals that really tell the audience about the opinions, character traits, and feeling's of the band.
"New Divide" (Transformers) SHMRG
S- synthesizer, electric guitar, drum set, bass guitar, back-up vocals, main vocals
H- synthesizer, electric guitar, drum set, bass guitar, back-up vocals
M- main vocals
R- Fast; in 4
- Intro, Verse 1, Chorus, Verse 2, Chorus, Interlude, Bridge, Verse 3, Chorus (sung twice), Outro
- Shape= a line
- Hard Rock