Malathion+Tritonus

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"Malathion+Tritonus"
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Song by Linkin Park from the album LP Underground XIV
Released November 21, 2014
Writer Linkin Park
Label Machine Shop Records

LP Underground XIV track listing
  1. Aubrey One (2009 Demo)
  2. Malathion+Tritonus (2008 Berlin Demo)
  3. Berlin One, Version C (2009 Demo)
  4. Blanka (2008 Demo)
  5. Heartburn (2007 Demo)
  6. Breaking The Habit (Original Mike 2002 Demo)
  7. Dave SBeat feat. Joe (2009)
  8. Froctagon (2009 Demo)
  9. Rhinocerous (2002 Demo)
  10. After Canada (2005 Demo)

Background

"Malathion+Tritonus" was a demo created in 2008 during the A Thousand Suns sessions. It was released in November 2014 on the LP Underground XIV CD.

On the LPU exclusive video "Track By Track With Brad - 1", released on January 23, 2015, Brad Delson said: "Ok, so this one is called "Malathion+Tritonus". This is a demo from 2008 that was made in Berlin and one the things that was cool about A Thousand Suns is although we wind up recording many of the principal instruments at NRG here in southern California, we worked in a number of different studios around the world. I think Mike worked in a studio in Prague one day, like in the country side. This one was recorded, this demo was partly recorded in Berlin. And just starting to move around different studios gave the album A Thousand Suns a really collective vibe."

On Linkin Park's European Tour in June 2008, the band used days off between shows to record music at two different locations in Europe. One was Sono Records Studio in Nouzov, Czech Republic and the other was Tritonus in Berlin, Germany, both of which are mentioned in the A Thousand Suns booklet. This demo was recorded in Berlin.

The demo has no bass whatsoever.

Versions

Note: Only the date of the very first release of each version is listed.

Title Album Length Recorded Released Notes
Malathion+Tritonus (2008 Berlin Demo) LP Underground XIV 5:18 2008 November 21, 2014

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