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''One Step Closer: From Xero to #1: Becoming Linkin Park'' is a biographical written by Jeff Blue that details the early days of Linkin Park. From Brad Delson's college internship, their first demo and Whisky a Go Go performance as Xero, through countless rejections and the discovery of Chester Bennington. Jeff Blue was there as their publisher, then as their A&R guy.<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/One-Step-Closer-Becoming-Linkin-ebook/dp/B08LMZLXTJ Amazon.com: One Step Closer: From Xero to #1: Becoming Linkin Park eBook: Blue, Jeff, Bennington, Samantha: Kindle Store]</ref> Rob McDermott, Linkin Park's former manager, said ''"The whole relationship with Jeff Blue is really important to the beginning of this, because he was the one person who stuck his neck out and always believed in them."''<ref>[https://variety.com/2020/music/news/linkin-park-hybrid-theory-early-days-1234799442/ Linkin Park Looks Back on Its Pre-‘Hybrid Theory’ Early Days &#8211; Variety], October 09, 2020</ref> Foreword was written by Chester Bennington's ex-wife Samantha Bennington.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:19, 10 December 2020

"One Step Closer: From Xero to #1: Becoming Linkin Park"
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Biography
N° of Pages 304
Published December 08, 2020
Publisher Permuted Press
Author Jeff Blue
Type Biography
Language English

One Step Closer: From Xero to #1: Becoming Linkin Park is a biographical written by Jeff Blue that details the early days of Linkin Park. From Brad Delson's college internship, their first demo and Whisky a Go Go performance as Xero, through countless rejections and the discovery of Chester Bennington. Jeff Blue was there as their publisher, then as their A&R guy.[1] Rob McDermott, Linkin Park's former manager, said "The whole relationship with Jeff Blue is really important to the beginning of this, because he was the one person who stuck his neck out and always believed in them."[2] Foreword was written by Chester Bennington's ex-wife Samantha Bennington.

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