Welcome to Linkinpedia!
Started in June 2015 alongside Fort Minor's comeback and released on September 19, 2016, this is a project by LPLive (Linkin Park Live) to create the most accurate wiki and information database on the Internet for Linkin Park and their side projects. Instead of integrating a wiki inside our own website, we made the decision to launch a wiki as a brand new, standalone project by and for the Linkin Park community.
The wiki contains over 6,000 pages of content and information ranging from the background information of songs to their live histories. We launched Linkinpedia as a "work in progress" - there are missing pages AND there is missing info in the current pages. With hundreds of articles written, it will take some time to properly complete the wiki. Over 7 years in, we are making big progress.
Due to fans and anyone being able to freely edit Wikipedia and other Linkin Park wikis, misinformation has spread throughout the community along with a serious amount of inaccuracies about the band. Since Linkinpedia will be locked to the public and written, reviewed, and posted only by members of LPLive's staff, we hope to correct any common mistakes out there about Linkin Park as well as to inform you as accurately as possible all about the band, their releases, their live shows and tours, and much more.
Feel free to browse Linkinpedia via the column on the left of the page. Fans and site members are welcome to submit corrections, mistakes, and more information to Linkinpedia via a link on the left.
As of 2022, we are still going strong!
If you'd like to donate to help with server expenses, you can use our PayPal e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or click here.
- Mike Shinoda's Twitch live streams → ShinodaOnTwitch
- #ShinodaProduceMe songs → "Bones", "Bittersweet", The Way Down", "I Can't Feel A Thing", "Not Your Game", "Known Like This", "What You Want", "Enough", "Just A Dream", "Strong", "These Dreams", "Lilith", "Space Boots", "Nowhere Else", "Clarity", "Crazy", "In Defiance", "Objects In View", "What Is Yours", "Everybody Here", "Darkest Days", "Teary Eyed", "Lithium", and "Cold".
- Mike Shinoda's new single "Happy Endings", featuring iann dior and UPSAHL, Audius tracks "Golden Falcon", "Uproar", and "Skrrt Skrrt", experimental ambient song "Cognition", NFT releases "One Hundredth Stream", "Platonic Love", "Decasentry", "Return Of The Aliens", "Mayo Loops", and "Last Laugh", and generative mixtape "Ziggurats".
All songs produced by Mike Shinoda live on Twitch.
This is a list of all standalone CD / DVD / digital live releases by Linkin Park. Shows webcasted or streamed by the band or third party companies, shown in theaters, etc are not included.
Singles / Promos
Linkin Park Underground
SIDE & SOLO PROJECTS
Fort Minor | Albums, Mixtapes, Live Releases, Fort Minor Militia
Fort Minor | Singles
Mike Shinoda | Albums, EPs, Live Releases
Mike Shinoda | Singles
Mike Shinoda | Miscellaneous Releases
Dead By Sunrise & Stone Temple Pilots Releases & Singles
Songs Featuring Linkin Park Members
Diamonds Spades Hearts Clubs | Glorious Excess (Born) | Glorious Excess (Dies)
A Thousand Suns Laser Show | A Thousand Horizons | Lies Greed Misery Scavenger Hunt | LP VR | Carry On
We fact check all of our information before adding it to Linkinpedia, hence why it took over 15 months and 13,000~ page edits to just launch the project. We always cite as many sources as possible for new information, and we use the highest available quality for artwork that we add.
Linkinpedia / LPLive does not own any artwork or any pictures, and we're not using any for profit, etc. We will remove any photo by request. Our Photo Disclaimer, the same as LPLive's, can be found here.
This wiki is written by the fans, for the fans, with the goal of becoming the number one source of reliable, factually-correct Linkin Park information on the Internet.