|Song by Linkin Park from the album Reanimation|
|Released||July 30, 2002|
|Live debut||February 23, 2003|
|Last played||August 15, 2006|
|Writer||Brad Delson, Chester Bennington, Edwin M. "Eddie" Hayes, Jr, Joe Hahn, John Robert King, Mike Shinoda, Rob Bourdon|
The remix was created by Joe Hahn, who was credited on the album as Chairman Hahn, with guitars by Mike Shinoda, and features a verse by rapper Aceyalone.
Joe talked to MTV about how the remix came together: "I just gutted the whole song and made a new song out of it. Same vocals, but all the instruments are a lot different."
The music video for "Wth>You" was directed, co-produced (with Brandon Halverson), and edited by Ryan Thompson for MTV2's "MTV:Playback" and consisted of footage of Californian Linkin Park fans, some being from the LP Underground (Linkin Park's fan club). Two people from LP's crew can be seen in the video as well.
Villains was the production company responsible for the video. Todd Kirschner was the director of photography, and Jessica Robins the technical director of visual effects.
A making of was released through LPUnderground.com but it's no longer available.
MTV: Playback was originally aired on July 27, 2002 at 2:00pm, with a rerun on July 28, 2002 at 8:00pm.
Note: Only the date of the very first release of each version is listed.
|Wth>You||Reanimation||4:12||2001||July 30, 2002||
"Wth>You" has never been performed live in its entirety. However, during the Meteora touring cycle, the band would often perform parts of the song during "With You", most prominently during the intro and verses.
- Chairman Hahn - interpretation
- Aceyalone - vocals
- Mike Shinoda - guitar
- Mike Shinoda - producer
- Mark "Spike" Stent - mixing
- David Treahearn - mixing assistant
- Paul "P-Dub" Walton - ProTools enginer
- Brian "Big Bass" Gardner - mastering, digital editing
- Nancie Stern - sample clearance
- Staind's Aaron Lewis Joins Linkin Park On 'Crawling' Remix - MTV, January 24, 2002
- Linkin Park - with>you (2002) | IMVDb
- Linkin Park: Reanimation - Latest News, July 14, 2002