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From Linkinpedia
Remix by Linkin Park
Released:July 30, 2002
Producer:Mike Shinoda
Label:Warner Bros.
Linkin Park remix album chronology
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Reanimation is the first remix album by American rock band Linkin Park. It was released on July 30, 2002 via Warner Bros. Records. The record consists mainly of remixed versions of songs found on the band's debut album Hybrid Theory. The album generated two promotional singles: "Pts.Of.Athrty" and "H! Vltg3". The record features several guests, as well as new parts to songs and a further emphasis on the electronic side of the band.


Reanimation is the first of Linkin Park's remix albums. Featured on the record are remixed versions of songs found on Hybrid Theory - including B-sides - and a few interlude tracks. Some tracks include new parts and different lyrics. It began small, with Mike Shinoda and Joe Hahn intending to create remixes of a few tracks from the record, not the whole album.[1] The record features many collaborations, every song featuring a different artist. The tracks the band remixed themselves are "Wth>You", "Kyur4 Th Ich", both remixed by Joe; "P5hng Me A*wy", "Krwlng", both remixed by Mike; and "By_Myslf", remixed by Josh Abraham and Mike. There wasn't necessarily a specific set of studio time the band gave to this record; instead, the band began working on sending out remixes to different artists during their 2001 tours for Hybrid Theory, recording new parts at the back of their tour bus. As stated by Brad Delson, the band didn't seek out big names to attract attention - they sought out a variety of artists, including those who people may have not have heard of yet.[2] Mike Shinoda took the reigns on the production of this record instead of going with a traditional producer, and came up with different characters to "remix" the titles of all the tracks on the album.[3]

Initially shooting for a May 2002 release date,[4] the album took longer than expected to complete. The band had to put the recording of Meteora on hold in order to finish the album. Mike explained, "we are having a very difficult time selecting which remixes are going to be on the album. for each track, numerous artists have submitted material, and it is becoming increasingly difficult to choose. so far, we're pretty sure that the following artists are going to appear on the final album: aaron lewis, jay gordon, pharoah monche, the alchemist, chali 2na of jurassic 5, mickey petralia, dj z-trip, and there is a possibility that a number of others will be contributing vocals and other instruments on various tracks."[5]

The band preferred to call the remixes "reinterpretation" rather than the former term, as it was more than just the songs' backbeats that received a makeover.[6] In a blog post celebrating the ten year anniversary of Fort Minor's The Rising Tied, Mike briefly touched upon Reanimation, stating that it was "an attempt at showcasing the variety of (underground) influences that moved us, past and “present"."[7]

Regarding the decision to make an album that didn't focus primarily on the crunching guitars and heavy aspect of the band, Chester Bennington said the following to Rolling Stone: "There are a lot of different elements to our music. And there are certain elements that are easier and more recognizable than others. We have never been a strictly rock band, as we have a very heavy electronic and hip-hop influence and try to combine the two together. When we did Reanimation it was a chance for us to show what our music would sound like if we took all the guitars out. It showed that Linkin park is a very hip-hop driven electronic idea."[8]

First tastes of the tracks on Reanimation came in the background of the Frat Party At The Pankake Festival DVD, where "X-Ecutioner Style", "My>Dsmbr", and "H! Vltg3" could all be heard. Additionally, a demo of "1stp Klosr" was hidden as an easter egg on the DVD.[6]

In early 2002 while A&R executive Jeff Blue was doing budget work for Reanimation was when Rob McDermott told him the band didn't want to work with him anymore. Phil Quartararo left Warner in May 2002 and Jeff Blue went on to work for Interscope after getting an offer from the label.[9] Tom Whalley, former president of Seagram’s Interscope/IGA record division, had accepted back in 2000 an estimated $30-million deal to run Time Warner’s Warner Bros. Records division as Chairman/CEO when his contract expired,[10] so he took over and became Linkin Park's main contact at Warner. Blue wasn't thanked in the album notes of this record.[11]

Writing and Recording

Reanimation was recorded primarily during the band's tour for Hybrid Theory. The band recorded new parts of the songs on the back of their tour bus from Ozzfest to the end of the year, while sending out stems to different artists and producers so that they could collaborate with them. Mike said, "on every track, rather than having the remixer submit a final piece of work, we've collaborated in the writing process. some songs have been simply trading files, some have involved sitting down and re-writing entire sections of the song. in any case, though, the songs have changed a lot. it's very exciting."[12]

Requests for a remix were sent out on a whim, and some remixes either didn't end up making the cut or were finished too late. The latter happened to be the case with Marilyn Manson's remix of "By Myself", titled "Buy Myself", which was finished later than the band desired and ended up being a B-side for the record. Mike said in a LPU Chat in January 2002 that "he [hadn't] had time to yet. We don't know him very well, so we don't really feel that we're in a position to bug him."[13] Manson later responded with "I have not yet remixed Linkin Park but I have been asked to do so. It is possible I might make one of their songs something that people who dislike them could appreciate. I enjoy challenges and the opportunity to create. Money doesn't make a difference as long as I enjoy doing something."[14] The status of the remix was finally revealed by Brad in June, just weeks before the release of the record: "We worked with Manson on a version of By Myself that will appear as a B-side on some upcoming release."[15]

The band sought out several other artists to work with, including Björk. Mike expressed a deep interest in working with her, though nothing ever substantiated from getting into contact with her.[16] Brad claimed that when they approached her to work, she wanted to work on a full song collaboration with them rather than just a remix.[17] In a 2003 interview, Chester revealed other artists the band looked to work with, citing Björk, Aphex Twin, and PJ Harvey.[18]

This was a very Mike-centered project. "i've been put in charge of helping the writing process along and coordinating with the remixers and performers," he said.[5] Other band members recorded various other parts (Joe providing the biggest contributions in the form of full remixes), but it was Mike who really took hold of the project. Rob claimed that his only input on the record was providing his opinions on the remixes.[19]

Mike commented on the stressful times he had coordinating over thirty artists' schedules in order to work on the remixes, claiming he would never do it again[20] - this all changed in 2013 when the band released their second dedicated remix album Recharged.[21]

Mixing for the record began on May 19, 2002. On the same day Mike gave an update saying "so far, we've mixed about four songs. mark "spike" stent is mixing. he works with bjork and massive attack, among many others. its cool swapping stories with him, and talking about all the different ways people work in the studio. but more importantly, the songs are coming along well. i can't wait for you to hear them."[12]


Reanimation consists of remixes of tracks from the band's debut record Hybrid Theory and its b-sides. There is a stronger emphasis on the band's electronic side than the rock side - as Chester claimed, the band wanted to show that they weren't just about rock and hip-hop. The album blends different elements of electronica, hip-hop, underground, and rock, differing dynamically from Hybrid Theory. Mike explained, "Overall, its a very challenging album, one that is very complex in structure. You will hear that we had a lot of fun with our collaborators, rewriting our old stuff and writing a lot of new parts. In style, you find that it's a very sample driven album, and also something just for the fans to get to know more about us and the people our band has been influenced by."[22]

On the band's website, Mike talked about how the concept of the album evolved over time: "it began as a simple remix idea, and has become something very different--not only from the original, but different from what most people think of when they hear the word "remix". this album is much more than putting a beat over the old vocals; these songs have new parts, new words, new melodies, and new themes. and for all of you that complained about the short length of the first album, we have a treat for you: this album is probably going to end up being about 60 minutes long, with about 15 tracks."[12]

Some newer parts of the remixes were inspired by earlier versions of the material. For example, Mike reworked the lyrics of "Rhinestone" (a demo of "Forgotten") and used them in his verse for "Frgt/10",[23] and "By_Myslf" features scratches similar to those in the Studio Finals version of "By Myself".

Remixes that remained unreleased on the record included DJ Crook's remix of "My December", DJ Z-Trip's remix of "Points Of Authority", a remix of "Points Of Authority" featuring Ryu by The Crystal Method, and unknown remixes by Tricky and Prince Paul.

Music Videos

Music videos were created for every song on the album for MTV:Playback by directors who were handpicked by the band themselves. The special was aired on July 27, 2002 at 2:00pm with a rerun on July 28th at 8:00pm.[24]

Nathan "Karma" Cox ("Pts.Of.Athrty") had previously co-directed music videos for "Papercut" and "In The End" with Joe Hahn. Ryan Thompson ("Wth>You") had also worked on "In The End" as a visual effects producer. Additionally, Scott Patton ("P5hng Me A*wy") was someone Joe used to work with when he worked on movies. Kimo Proudfoot ("Rnw@y") would later work as director on Linkin Park's first live DVD, Live In Texas. While the full band isn't featured in any of those videos, Joe made appearances on "Ppr:kut" and "Kyur4 Th Ich", and Mike Shinoda is featured on "Enth E Nd" alongside Kutmasta Kurt and Motion Man.

The videos of "Frgt/10" and "Kyur4 Th Ich" were later included in the Reanimation DVD alongside a second video of "Pts.Of.Athrty" directed by Joe Hahn and its making of. The video for "Pts.Of.Athrty" was also released on the Reanimation CD as enhanced content.

After summer 2002, the videos became pretty rare and hard to find. In 2009, LP Association posted a download of the videos for the first time, taken from a VHS rip.[25]



Due to a problem with the distributor of the CD, a company called WEA, Reanimation didn't arrive to select Best Buy stores until July 31, 2002. Rob McDermott, Linkin Park's manager, issued an apology through the band's official website.[26]

Reanimation was also released in DualDisc format. On one disc, one side is a CD and the other is a DVD. The DualDisc format was only announced officially in the late 2004, two years after this edition of the album was released. It has become quite rare since then. Adam Ruehmer, said, "Funny. When I was at Machine Shop we had boxes and boxes and boxes of these things around the office. We couldn't get rid of them fast enough. I used to give them out at shows or throw them in made good LPU packs, etc."[27]

In 2019 Warner Music Group's license to the "Warner Bros." name and shield logo with WarnerMedia expired.[28][29] Warner Bros. Records was then rebranded as "Warner Records" and the entire Linkin Park catalog was reissued with the new Warner Records logo, new catalog number, Warner website address changed from "" to "" and the Label Code "LC 00392" removed from the credits. The new issue of Reanimation comes with the digipak booklet (which presents a different cover) in a jewel case packaging in an apparent mistake by the label.[30][31]


Reanimation was first issued in digital format on August 29, 2006.[32] iTunes released a "bonus version" featuring live versions of "One Step Closer" and "My December" as well as a remix titled "Buy Myself". For the first few years this version was available, it was also accompanied by an interactive booklet in MOV format.

Track Listing

Standard Edition

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1 Opening Shinoda Mike 1:08
2 Pts.Of.Athrty Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Gordon Jay, Hahn, Shinoda 3:38
3 Enth E Nd Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Laster Paul, Matlin Kurt, Shinoda 4:00
4 Chali Stewart Charles 0:24
5 Frgt/10 Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Farrell David Michael, Hahn, Maman Daniel Alan, Shinoda, Stewart, Wakefield Mark 3:32
6 P5hng Me A*wy Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Richards Stephen, Shinoda 4:38
7 Plc.4 Mie Hæd Anderson Anthony, Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Farrell, Hahn, Shinoda, Wakefield, Zion I 4:21
8 X-Ecutioner Style Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Farrell, Hahn, Shinoda, Trotter Tariq Luqmaan, Wakefield, Watthews Delano, Williams Anthony 1:49
9 H! Vltg3 Babu Melvin, Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Jamerson Troy Donald, Peretta Michael Taylor, Shinoda 3:31
10 Riff Raff Riff Raff Ron 0:22
11 Wth>You Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Hayes Jr. Edwin M. "Eddie", King John Robert, Shinoda 4:12
12 Ntr\Mssion Shinoda 0:29
13 Ppr:Kut Bennington, Bourdon, Brewer Keida, Delson, Fisher Colton Raisin, Green Jason, Hahn, Shinoda, Skully Vin 3:26
14 Rnw@y Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Kouszomis Josh, Lamont M., Shinoda, Wakefield 3:13
15 My<Dsmbr Bennington, Bourdon, Dayton Kelli, Delson, Hahn, Petralia Mickey, Shinoda 4:18
16 Stef Carpenter Stephen 0:10
17 By_Myslf Abraham Josh, Bennington, Bourdon, Carpenter, Delson, Hahn, Shinoda 3:44
18 Kyur4 Th Ich Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Shinoda 2:33
19 1stp Klosr Bennington, Bourdon, Damji Traz, Davis Jonathan, Delson, Hahn, Marshall Ken "Hiwatt", Shinoda 5:46
20 Krwlng Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Lewis Aaron, Shinoda 5:40

Japanese Bonus Track

No. Title Writer(s) Length
21 Buy Myself Remix Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Shinoda 4:26

iTunes Bonus Tracks

No. Title Writer(s) Length
21 One Step Closer (Live LP Underground Tour 2003) Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Shinoda 3:42
22 Buy Myself (Manson Remix) Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Shinoda 4:26
23 My December (Live Project Rev. 2002) Delson, Hahn, Shinoda 4:27


No. Title Writer(s) Length
21 Pts.Of.Athrty (Video) Mr. Hahn 3:42
22 Frgt/10 (Video) Joshua Cordes 3:54
23 Kyur4 Th Ich (Video) Mr. Hahn 2:33
24 Making Of Pts.Of.Athrty (Video) Bill Berg-Hillinger 5:04


[01] Opening // Mike Shinoda

  • Violin and Cello by Phoenix
  • Recorded at The Stockroom

[02] Pts.Of.Athrty // Jay Gordon

  • Reinterpreted by Jay Gordon/Nova for The Astro Americans
  • Additional Programming and Production: Doug Trantow
  • Additional Production by Brad Delson
  • Engineered by Doug Trantow and Jay Gordon
  • Recorded at Division One Studios
  • All Programming by Jay Gordon/Nova

[03] Enth E Nd // Kutmasta Kurt featuring Motion Man

  • Reinterpreted by Kutmasta Kurt
  • Recorded at Total Recall Studios & The Stockroom
  • Motion Man Appears Courtesy of Threshold Recordings, LLC

[05] Frgt/10 // Alchemist featuring Chali 2na

  • Reinterpreted by The Alchemist
  • Recorded at The Stockroom & DND Studios
  • Scratches by Mr. Hahn
  • Chali 2na Appears Courtesy of Interscope Records

[06] P5hng Me A*wy // Mike Shinoda featuring Stephen Richards

  • Reinterpreted by Mike Shinoda
  • Guitar by Brad Delson and Mike Shinoda
  • Recorded at The Stockroom
  • Stephen Richards Appears Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.

[07] Plc.4 Mie Hæd // AMP Live featuring Zion

  • Reinterpreted by AMP Live for 418 Hz Productions
  • Recorded at Blue Room Studios & The Stockroom
  • Zion Appears Courtesy of Live Up Records

[08] X-Ecutioner Style // featuring Black Thought

  • Elements of "One Step Closer" & "Fortgotten" reinterpreted by Sean C & Roc Raida
  • Recorded at Adiar Cor Studios & The Studio
  • Additional Recording at Purple Velvet Studios
  • Engineer at The Studio: Jeff Chestek
  • Assistant Engineer at The Studio: Ray Wilson
  • Black Thought Appears Courtesy of MCA Records

[09] H! Vltg3 // Evidence featuring Pharoahe Monch & DJ Babu

  • Reinterpreted by Evidence
  • Additional Production by Porse 1
  • Mixed by Troy Staton
  • Editing by DJ Revolution
  • Cuts by Babu for Dilated Junkies
  • Recorded and Mixed at American Recordings and The Cutting Room Studios, New York, NY
  • Pharoahe Monch's vocals Recorded at The Cutting Room and Millenia Music
  • Pharoahe Monch Appears Courtesy of Rawkus Records
  • DJ Babu Appears Courtesy of Capital Records, Inc.
  • Original version available on Linkin Park's DVD: Frat Party At The Pankake Festival

[11] Wth>You // Chairman Hahn featuring Aceyalone

  • Reinterpreted by Chairman Hahn
  • Guitar by Mike Shinoda
  • Recorded at The Stockroom & Joe's parents' house
  • Aceyalone Appears Courtesy of Project Blowed Recordings

[12] Ntr\Mssion // Mike Shinoda

  • Violin and Cello by Phoenix
  • Recorded at The Stockroom

[13] Ppr:kut // Cheapshot & Jubacca featuring Rasco & Planet Asia

  • Reinterpreted by Cheapshot & Jubacca
  • Recorded at The Pressbox Studios
  • Planet Asia Appears Courtesy of Interscope Records

[14] Rnw@y // Backyard Bangers featuring Phoenix Orion

  • Reinterpreted by Backyard Bangers
  • Additional Production: Mickey Petralia
  • Recorded at Rowena Projects & The Stockroom
  • The Backyard Bangers are Josh Kouzomis and Eric Moss

[15] My<Dsmbr // Mickey P. featuring Kelli Ali

  • Reinterpreted by Mickey Petralia
  • Programming: Mickey Petralia and Mike Fitzpatrick
  • Keyboards: Mickey Petralia and Greg Kurstin
  • Recorded at The Stockroom, Rowena Projects & Olympic Studios
  • Kelli Ali Appears Courtesy of One Little Indian Records
  • Original version available on Linkin Park's DVD: Frat Party At The Pankake Festival

[17] By_Myslf // Josh Abraham & Mike Shinoda

  • Reinterpreted by Josh Abraham
  • Engineered by Ryan Williams
  • Second Engineer Jonas G.
  • Additional Guitar by Stef Carpenter
  • Additional Programming by Erik Gregory of XSM
  • Bass by Phoenix
  • Remixed at Pulse Recordings, Hollywood, CA & The Stockroom
  • Stef Carpenter Appears Courtesy of Maverick Recording Company

[18] Kyur4 Th Ich // Chairman Hahn

  • Reinterpreted by Chairman Hahn
  • Recorded at Joe's parents' house

[19] 1stp Klosr // The Humble Brothers featuring Jonathan Davis

  • Reinterpreted by The Humble Brothers
  • Bass and guitars performed by Saki Kaskas[33][34]
  • Recorded at The Humble Bros. Studio, Elementree Studios & The Stockroom
  • Jonathan Davis Appears Courtesy of Epic/Immortal Records

[20] Krwlng // Mike Shinoda featuring Aaron Lewis

  • Reinterpreted by Mike Shinoda
  • Violin and Cello by Phoenix
  • Recorded at The Stockroom & Bus #2
  • Aaron Lewis Appears Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group

[21] Buy Myself Remix // Marilyn Manson

  • Reinterpreted by Marilyn Manson
  • Engineered and mixed by Marilyn Manson and Tim Skold
  • Co-production by Tim Skold
  • All programming by Tim Skold
  • Loops and keyboards performed by Marilyn Manson and M.W. Gacy
  • Guitars performed by John 5
  • Marilyn Manson appears courtesy of Interscope Records


  • Produced by Mike Shinoda
  • Mixed by Mike "Spike" Stent at Olympic Studios, London
  • Assisted by David Threahearn
  • Protools Engineer: Paul "P-Dub" Walton
  • Mastered by Brian "Big Bass" Gardner at Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Digital Editing: Brian "Big Bass" Gardner
  • Sample Clearance Services: Music Resources, Inc., Nancie Stern
  • All tracks except 1,4,8,9,10,12,15,16 originally appear on the Warner Bros. album Hybrid Theory
  • Produced by Don Gilmore, Mixed by Andy Wallace
  • Original versions of "My December" and "High Voltage" produced by Mike Shinoda

Linkin Park is

  • Chester Bennington // Vocals
  • Rob Bourdon // Drums, Backing Vocals
  • Brad Delson // Guitars, Bass, Backing Vocals
  • Joseph Hahn // Records, Sampling, Backing Vocals
  • Mike Shinoda // Emcee, Vocals, Sampling
  • Phoenix // Bass, Backing Vocals


  • A&R: Tom Whalley, Kevin Sakoda & Jeff Blue
  • A&R Coordination: Natalie Preston
  • Marketing Directors: Peter Standish & Kevin Sakoda
  • Worldwide Representation: Rob McDermott for The Firm
  • With additional servitude by Ryan DeMarti and Ryan Saullo
  • Booking Agent: Michael Arfin
  • Legal: Danny Hayes for Davis, Shapiro, Lewit, Montone & Hayes
  • Business Managers: Michael Oppenheim & Jonathan Schwartz for Gudvi, Sussman & Oppenheim


  • Photography: Clay Patrick McBride
  • Art Direction & Design: Mike Shinoda & Flem
  • Art: Mike Shinoda & Joseph Hahn
  • Page Design: Flem


  • Producer: David May
  • Remixed to Surround Sound by: Mr. Hahn, Ted Hall, David May
  • Assistant: Bruce Balestier
  • Mastered by: Bob Ludwig, Gateway Mastering
  • Graphics Design: Sean Donnelly
  • Production Director: Penny Marciano
  • Graphics Coordinator: Raena Winscott
  • Authoring: Spencer Chrislu, Craig Anderson and David Dieckmann
Making of Animated Pts.of.Athrty
  • Directed and Produced by Bill Berg-Hillinger for id playground
  • Editor: Kim O'Bryan
  • Camera: Mark Fiore
  • Special thanks to everyone at Radium Studios, Santa Monica and Craig Murray Productions

Live Performance

Songs Played Live

  • Pts.Of.Athrty (Partially, as an extended intro for "Points Of Authority")
  • Enth E Nd (Performed by Fort Minor)
  • Frgt/10
  • P5hng Me A*wy
  • Plc.4 Mie Hæd (Partially, in Joe's Solo)
  • Wth>You (Partially, as an instrumental in an alternative version of "With You")
  • 1stp Klosr (Partially, as an extended bridge for "One Step Closer")
  • Krwlng (Partially, as an extended intro for "Crawling")
  • Buy Myself (Partially, in Joe's Solo)


"Pts.Of.Athrty" and "H! Vltg3" served as promotional singles for Reanimation and were the tracks radio programmers were encouraged to play.[6] An official music video was directed by Joe Hahn for "Pts.Of.Athrty". Promotional CDs for both songs were sent out to members of Linkin Park's Street Team.

Linkin Park's 2001 DVD Frat Party At The Pankake Festival featured an early demo of "1stp Klosr" along with a preview of the Reanimation website as an easter egg. The procedure to accessing this easter egg was intentionally revealed only a month prior to the album's release. It is accessed from a chapter conveniently titled "The Future".[35]

The proposed track listing for the album was unveiled in two parts on the band's website on June 14, 2002.[36] Building up to Reanimation's release, a series of chats were hosted in July on with collaborators featured on the album as well as band members.[37] Linkin Park also launched a special site for the album at with a Reanimation Player featuring exclusive content. "P5hng Me A*wy", "Wth>You", "Frgt/10", "By_Myslf", "Pts.Of.Athrty", and "H! Vltg3" were all featured in the site before the album's release.[38]

Linkin Park named July 30, 2002 "Wear your LP Shirt Day" to get fans excited about the album coming out. They were prompted to put on Linkin Park clothes in stores all over the world when picking up Reanimation.[39]


Critical Reception

Chart Performance




  • There's a typo in the DVD credits, "Making Of Pts.Of.Athrty" is listed as "Making Of Animated Pts.Of.Athry" (missing a "T").
  • There are also three typos in the song screens: "Wth>You" shows as "With>You", "Ntr/Mssion" shows as "Ntr/Mission" and "1stp Klosr" shows as "1stp Kloser". The "Ntr/Mission" typo is also present in the playlist.

External Links


  1. Interview with Phoenix and Mike Shinoda, 2003
  2. Linkin Park Ready Remix Album, February 22, 2002
  3. 07.21.02 : Rasco, July 21, 2002
  4. Staind’s Aaron Lewis Joins Linkin Park On ‘Crawling’ Remix - MTV, January 24, 2002
  5. 5.0 5.1 Linkin Park Words From The Studio: 22nd April 2002 - writing, April 22, 2002
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Linkin Park Master Reanimation But Kant Spell, June 20, 2002
  7. The Rising Tied 10 Year Anniversary, November 22, 2015
  8. Rolling Stones Interview with Linkin Park April 2002 [scribe], April 23, 2013
  9. Blue, Jeff (2020). One Step Closer: From Xero to #1: Becoming Linkin Park. Permuted Press. ASIN: B08LMZLXTJ
  10. Tom Whalley Agrees to Run Warner Records - Los Angeles Times, May 23, 2000
  11. Young Band, Derailed Dream, October 1, 2002
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 Words From The Studio:19th May 2002 - remix cd - mixing, May 19, 2002
  13. Jan.11_2002chat, January 11, 2002
  14. Marilyn Manson Official BBS Posts 1998 - 2002 - The NACHTKABARETT
  15. 07.03.02 : Brad Chat, July 3, 2002
  16. Interview With Mike Shinoda Of Linkin Park, May 2003
  17. Linkin Park Chat with Brad, July 3, 2002
  18. Interview with Chester Bennington, 2003
  19. Linkin Park Chat w/ Rob, July 29, 2002
  20. Kerrang, January 23, 2008
  21. Linkin Park Facebook, September 13, 2013
  22. Linkin Park: Reanimation - Studio Reports, July 08, 2002
  23. Linkin Park Chat with Mike, July 17, 2002
  24. Linkin Park: Reanimation - Latest News, July 14, 2002
  25. Rare Find: The MTV2 Reanimation Music Videos | LP Association Forums, June 12, 2009
  26. Linkin Park: Reanimation - Latest News, July 31, 2002
  27. Adam Ruehmer on Twitter: "@lpcatalog Funny. When I was at Machine Shop we had boxes and boxes and boxes of these things around the office. We couldn't get rid of them fast enough. I used to give them out at shows or throw them in made good LPU packs, etc." / Twitter, July 30, 2020
  28. Warner Bros. Records Officially Rebrands to 'Warner Records' After 61 Years, May 28, 2019
  29. Warner Bros. Records is no longer Warner Bros. Records - Music Business Worldwide, May 28, 2019
  30. "Warner Records" Reissues, November 05, 2020
  31. Got Reanimation recently from amazon. Can anybody explain why cover art is different?, 2020
  32. Linkin Park Catalog, Exclusive Bonus Tracks & Digital Booklets Now Available on the iTunes Music Store - Apple, August 29, 2006
  33. Saki Kaskas Interview: From Greek Folk Music to Metal and Need for Speed (Oktober 2006), October 2006
  34. Remixing Linkin Park - Music Production and Engineering - YouTube, June 05, 2020
  35. Linkin Park: Reanimation - Latest News, June 10, 2002
  36. Linkin Park: Reanimation - Latest News, June 14, 2002
  37. Linkin Park: Reanimation - Community, 2002
  38. Linkin Park: Reanimation - Latest News, July 18, 2002
  39. Linkin Park: Reanimation - Latest News, July 28, 2002