|Song by Linkin Park from the album LP Underground 2.0|
|Released||November 18, 2002|
|Live debut||March 6, 2003|
|Last played||September 5, 2004|
Mike Shinoda talked about the song on August 12, 2015 during a Reddit AMA: "A.06 was a demo we tried to flesh out, but never really liked the longer version."
Brad Delson supposedly mentioned during a LPU chat in 2003 that the clip of the lyrics "just drag it out, remember" in The Making Of Meteora documentary was "from a song called "A6" which will be on the LPU 2.0 cd." Although a transcript of the chat with Brad is yet to be found, Chester Bennington also talked about the clip during a LPU chat in April 2003: "That didn't really have a name at the time (the one on the DVD). That song actually didn't make the record and never got finished, but on the commercial for our record Meteora on the very first commercial before the graffiti one where it was just black with LP 03.03 that song was the intro part so it was kind of used."
The original long instrumental demo was released under the title "A-Six" in November 2009 as part of the LP Underground 9.0: Demos CD. On the booklet, the band wrote, ""A-Six", the original (long) version of a track which would eventually end up on the LPU2 CD."
Note: Only the date of the very first release of each version is listed.
|A.06||LP Underground 2.0||0:54||2002||November 18, 2002|
|A-Six (Original Long Version 2002)||LP Underground 9.0: Demos||3:52||2002||November 23, 2009|
|A.06 (8 Bit Rebellion Version)||8-Bit Rebellion! Ringtones||0:31||2010||April 17, 2010||