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Single by Linkin Park
from the album Hybrid Theory
Working title Paper Cut
Recorded 2000
Released June 18, 2001 (Radio)
September 25, 2001 (CD Single)
Format CD, Cassette
Length 03:04
Stems "Parts" CD
Open Labs SoundSlate Pro[2]
Time signature 4/4
Tempo 75
Key C# Minor
Live debut Unknown
Last played October 27, 2017
Writer(s) Brad Delson, Chester Bennington, Joseph Hahn, Mike Shinoda, Rob Bourdon
Producer(s) Don Gilmore
Label Warner Bros.
Linkin Park singles chronology

Crawling (2001) Papercut (2001) In The End (2001)

Hybrid Theory track listing
  1. Papercut
  2. One Step Closer
  3. With You
  4. Points Of Authority
  5. Crawling
  6. Runaway
  7. By Myself
  8. In The End
  9. A Place For My Head
  10. Forgotten
  11. Cure For The Itch
  12. Pushing Me Away

"Papercut" is the first track on the album Hybrid Theory. It was released in the UK as the album's third single on September 25, 2001.


According to Mike Shinoda, "Papercut" was a song that came together relatively quickly[3] and never lost its working title.[4][5]

Speaking about the different elements on the song, Mike Shinoda said, "When mixing a Linkin Park song, there are always layers, and they major issue is figuring out what will the hierarchy of sounds will be. On our earlier material, live drums, guitar and bass took the stage. Still, if you listen to the beginning of Hybrid Theory, “Papercut” had jungle and hip-hop elements in the song. [Linkin Park's] intention was always to show people what we liked to listen to. As time passes, the balance gets shifted in different directions when our interests change. The sound of Linkin Park at any given time is usually a reflection where we’re at at the moment. Of course, we try and stay respectful of whatever genre it is that we’re playing with. The final sound of our tracks is not a “surface-y” thing, its definitely more analytical."[6] He afirmmed the reason they put together different types of music isn't to sell records, it's because they actually enjoy it. "At least for us, if we’re ever dabbling with something that unfamiliar to us, there’s a real honesty there with our guys. Back in the day with Hybrid Theory, we were plugging in a little jungle and drum & bass thing into our songs—like “Papercut” you can really hear it. I don’t think I can even name 10 jungle songs or artists off the top of my head, but at the time we were so into it. We were getting all these sets of all this stuff, these 90-minute mixes of shit that we couldn’t name, and it was awesome."[7]

Brad, Chester and Mike all have mentioned "Papercut" as being their favorite song at some point.[8][9] Brad explained why: ""Paper Cut" is my favorite right now because I think it best integrates all our influences into one song and does it in a way that's tasteful and cohesive. In other words, one criticism that people have leveled at existing bands is that their songs don't always sound organic, that some of the songs might sound forced. And our goal has always been to integrate these influences in the most seamless way, and I think Paper Cut does that really well."[10][11] Chester went as far as calling it the "identity of the band," saying, "When we got to that song, the chorus was so dope and the words behind it were so cool, that I kind of didn't need to do much melodically until we flipped it up at the end. That was a lot of fun; I felt like that song really captured what the vibe of the band about."[12] Mike reiterated this, saying, "Remember what I always said about Papercut? It was the calling card for the band. It said 'hi, nice to meet you, this is what the band is about.' First song on the first album. And that's important."[13]


Due to Phoenix being out of the band at this time (1999 to October 2000) to tour with The Snax, he did not record bass on any songs on the Hybrid Theory EP or Hybrid Theory. Ian Hornbeck recorded the bass on "Papercut", "A Place For My Head", and "Forgotten".


A demo of "Papercut" was featured on the Hybrid Theory 6-Track Demo CD, which surfaced online on September 15, 2012 via LPAssociation. The CD is dated from May 8, 2000 and is titled as the band "Hybrid Theory" before the name change to Linkin Park.

The demo features an entirely different vocal take by both Mike and Chester. The intro of the song is a repeating synth directly into the song, without the famous "Papercut" intro beat. Most notably, the ending of the song is different. The line "It's like the face inside is right beneath my skin" is not featured at the end and instead, Chester just extends the line "I feel the light betray me" to the ending of the song.

The version of "Papercut" on the Hybrid Theory (Unmastered Studio Finals 5/7/00) CD from May 2000 features louder background synth, louder drums on the bridge, and Joe's scratching extends into the bridge.


Linkin Park released a remix of "Papercut" on Reanimation in July 2002 titled "Ppr:kut". The track was remixed by DJ Cheapshot and Vin Scully of Styles of Beyond. Vin Scully is credited as Jubacca. Rasco and Planet Asia are featured on the track, with has a hip hop leaning sound to it.

In 2004 for Collision Course, Linkin Park mashed up "Papercut" with "Big Pimpin'" by Jay-Z as "Big Pimpin'/Papercut".

A mash-up of "Papercut" with "Like A Pimp" by David Banner was created by DJ Vlad and Roc Raida for Rock Phenomenon.


CD Single

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1 Papercut Bennington Chester Charles, Bourdon Robert G, Delson Brad, Hahn Joseph, Shinoda Mike 3:05
2 Points Of Authority (Live on BBC Radio One) Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Shinoda 3:25
3 Papercut (Live) Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Shinoda 3:12
4 Papercut (Video) Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Shinoda 3:13

Cassette Single

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1 Papercut Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Shinoda 3:05
2 Points Of Authority (Live on BBC Radio One) Bennington, Bourdon, Delson, Hahn, Shinoda 3:25

Music Video

The music video, co-directed by Nathan "Karma" Cox and Joseph Hahn, was originally made for the UK, but premiered in the US during a Family Values Tour special. It was shot in Los Angeles on April 25, 2001.[14] The production company they worked with was Anonymous Content.

Joe has said the video isn't one of his favorites, calling it "a mishmosh of two guys kind of throwing ideas out there" and saying it was intended to be a lot darker but the label wanted a different thing, completely diluting it.[15] He went on to say "We've done better videos than papercut" but that there's no music video he regrets doing.[16][17]

Mike Shinoda said the video didn't age well, called the special effects goofy and claimed they didn't know what they were doing. “I remember Chester showing up in all-plaid, a whole plaid outfit on, and I was thinking ‘That’s a very weird choice.’ It was the type of thing where you have to choose your battles because at that point there was so much on the line, we were just breaking, and there were minor disagreements on things all the time, so I wasn’t about to get into a conversation with him about the outfit when we’re just trying to shoot a great video.”[18]


Note: Only the date of the very first release of each version is listed.


Title Album Length Recorded Released Notes
Papercut Hybrid Theory 3:04 2000 October 24, 2000
Papercut Papercut 3:05 2000 September 25, 2001
  • No guitar feedback at the end.
Papercut Hybrid Theory 6-Track Demo 3:09 2000
  • The CD dates from April 25, 2000.
  • No drumming in the intro.
  • Louder background synth.
  • Different vocal take.
  • Ends on a different lyric.
  • Released on LPAssociation for free download on September 15, 2012.
Paper Cut Studio Finals 5/7/00 3:11 2000
  • The CD dates from May 7, 2000.
  • Louder background synth.
  • Drums during bridge are louder.
  • Scratching extends into the bridge.
  • Released on LPLive for free download on April 9, 2011.
Papercut Hybrid Theory - Instrumentals 3:07 2000
  • Official instrumental version.


Title Album Length Recorded Released Notes
Ppr:kut Reanimation 3:26 2001 July 30, 2002
  • Remix by Cheapshot and Vin Skully (credited as Jubacca).
  • Features vocals by Rasco and Planet Asia.
Ppr:kut "Reanimation" Internal Demo 2:56 2001
  • The CD dates from late January or February 2002.
  • Remix by Cheapshot and Vin Skully.
  • Very few things in common with the final remix, like the arrangement of the guitar parts in certain spots and the bass part that comes in during the bridge.
  • Released on LPLive for free download on March 21, 2013.
Big Pimpin'/Papercut Collision Course 2:36 2004 November 30, 2004
  • Mash-up with Jay-Z.
  • Samples Hossam Ramzy's "Khusara Khusara".
Big Pimpin'/Papercut Collision Course (Clean) 2:36 2004 November 30, 2004
Linkin Park Vs. David Banner Rock Phenomenon 2:35 2006 March 27, 2006
  • Mash-up of David Banner's "Like A Pimp" with Linkin Park's "Papercut" created by DJ Vlad and Roc Raida.
  • "Like A Pimp" samples The Showboys' "Drag Rap" and UGK's "Take It Off". This last one samples Barry White's "Love Serenade" and Beside's "Change the Beat (Female Version)".
Papercut (8 Bit Rebellion Version) 8-Bit Rebellion! Ringtones 0:29 2010 April 17, 2010
  • 8-bit version.
  • Intro only.
Papercut (8 Bit Rebellion Version) 8-Bit Rebellion! Ringtones 0:31 2010 April 17, 2010
  • 8-bit version.
  • Chorus only.
Ppr:kut Reanimation - Instrumentals 3:26 2001
  • Official instrumental version.


Title Album Length Recorded Released Notes
Papercut (Live From The BBC) Crawling

Hybrid Theory (iTunes)

Hybrid Theory (20th Anniversary Edition)

3:08 January 12, 2001 April 30, 2001
  • From Radio One's "Evening Session". First transmission date: January 11, 2001.
  • This recording is sometimes mistaken by fans as a studio demo version.
Papercut (Live) Papercut

Hybrid Theory (Special Edition)

In The End (JP EP)


Hybrid Theory (20th Anniversary Edition)

3:12 March 24, 2001 September 25, 2001
  • Produced for Radio One.
  • Labeled "Papercut (Live At Docklands Arena, London)" on Hybrid Theory and In The End.
  • Labeled "Papercut (Recorded Live At Docklands)" on Compilation.
Papercut Live In Texas 3:06 August 02, 2003

August 03, 2003

November 18, 2003
  • Recorded live August 2nd 2003 at Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX and August 3rd 2003 at Texas Stadium in Irving, TX on the Summer Sanitarium Tour.
Big Pimpin'/Papercut Collision Course July 18, 2004 November 30, 2004
  • Censored.
  • DVD only.
Big Pimpin'/Papercut LP Underground 5.0 2:32 July 02, 2005 November 21, 2005
  • Recorded live at Live 8 in Philadelphia, PA. July 2, 2005.
  • Jay-Z accidentally sang the beginning of verse two when the first chorus begins. This was fixed on the CD.
Papercut (11/18/07 LP Live Shanghai) Minutes To Midnight (Asian Tour Edition) 3:47 November 18, 2007 November 21, 2007
  • Downloadable MP3.
  • Download codes expired on December 17, 2008.
Papercut Road To Revolution: Live At Milton Keynes

Hybrid Theory (Mastered For iTunes)

3:50 June 29, 2008 November 21, 2008
  • Bonus content on the Road To Revolution DVD. Audio released on January 15, 2013 as part of the "Mastered For iTunes" version of Hybrid Theory as "Papercut (Live At Milton Keynes)".
  • Filmed at the National Bowl, Milton Keynes June 29, 2008.
Papercut A Thousand Suns+ 3:18 November 07, 2010 April 1, 2011
Papercut (Live) iTunes Festival: London 2011 3:15 July 04, 2011 July 8, 2011
Papercut Live In Red Square 3:11 June 23, 2011 July 21, 2011
  • Released as a prize for the "Iridescent" "Super-Fun Trading Fun-Cards" game. After all six cards were collected, the person could enter the codes of each card at to get a free download of the full show.
Papercut (Live From Paris, 2010) Hybrid Theory - Live Around The World 3:08 October 25, 2010 May 31, 2012
Papercut Living Things+ June 05, 2012 March 29, 2013
  • DVD only.
Papercut (Live At Download Festival 2014) Hybrid Theory - Live At Download Festival 2014 3:13 June 14, 2014 August 12, 2014
Papercut Hybrid Theory (20th Anniversary Edition) 3:10 January 30, 2001 October 9, 2020
  • DVD only.
  • The Fillmore 2001.
Papercut Hybrid Theory (20th Anniversary Edition) 4:03 June 03, 2001 October 9, 2020
  • DVD only.
  • Rock Am Ring 2001.
Papercut Hybrid Theory (20th Anniversary Edition) 3:20 February 23, 2002

February 24, 2002

October 9, 2020
  • DVD only.
  • Projekt: Revolution 2002.


"Papercut" has been a staple in Linkin Park setlists since 2000. Throughout the first half of 2000, it served as the opening song, after a shortened version of "Cure For The Itch". After "A Place For My Head" took over as the show opener for the latter half of the year it moved down to a mid-set position. In 2001, the band added an interlude before the song, entitled the "LEE Interlude", which was performed until the Ozzfest. The song remained in its mid-set position throughout the year the rest of the year. It retained its position in 2002, as well.

The song returned on the Meteora touring cycle in 2003, where it continued to be performed mid-set. Beginning at Smokeout and carrying out through the rest of 2003, "Papercut" finally escaped the middle of the set and was moved to the beginning of the show, opening them for the first time on its own (in 2000, it succeeded "Cure for The Itch") with a brand new intro, featuring Joe, primarily. As 2004 rolled around, the song returned to its regular position at the middle of the set. Beginning on the Meteora International Tour, in the summer of 2004, the song received a new extended intro, which consisted of strings and the beat of the song. In 2005, the song was performed as its Collision Course counterpart, "Big Pimpin'/Papercut", both performances with Jay-Z. The song was moved further down into the set in 2006, and gained a new, longer version of its extended intro from 2004.

The song returned for the Minutes To Midnight touring cycle, where its setlist position stayed the same and it retained its long intro from 2006. The song was featured in all three setlists on Projekt Revolution 2007 and the following tours. In 2008, for the first time, "Papercut" was consistently dropped. It was not featured in Set T, Set S, or the original draft of Set R (it was added in to Set R in Frankfurt, Germany). On the preceding Minutes To Midnight North American Tour, Chester fell sick in the middle of the tour, causing the band to drop "Points Of Authority". In its place, they added in "Papercut" and added the extended outro of "Points Of Authority" onto "Papercut". On the summer European tour, the song was only performed on Set X and Set Z, whereas it was dropped in Set Y. The song remained consistent in the Projekt Revolution 2008 versions of those three setlists, as well. In 2009, the song was dropped altogether from the setlists on the International Tour. However, at the show in Macao, China, the first verse of "Papercut" was performed over the extended intro of "Bleed It Out".

"Papercut" returned on the A Thousand Suns touring cycle, starting on their South American Tour. It was performed after "Wretches And Kings", making it the second "full" song to be performed in the set. The song made its way to the following A Thousand Suns European Tour, but halfway through the tour (starting in Köln, Germany), it began being rotated with "Lying From You", as a response to the band reading a thread on the LPLive forums ("The Messenger" was rotated with "Leave Out All The Rest", too). In 2011, in Atlanta, Georgia, "Papercut" opened after "The Requiem" and "The Radiance", making it the first time since 2003 that the song had opened a show. Throughout the tour, the song traded places with "New Divide" and "Faint" as the show openers. With the debut of Set B-11, "Papercut" found its way to the encore for the first time ever. The song retained its opening and encore positions throughout the rest of the A Thousands Suns World Tour.

In 2012, beginning the Living Things World Tour, "Papercut" was performed third in the headlining set, and second to last after "One Step Closer" and before "Bleed It Out" in the festival set. On the Honda Civic Tour, the song became part of a medley, featuring a shortened version of "Lying From You" transitioning directly into a shortened version of "Papercut". Both halves of the medley went from intro through first chorus to the bridge through the outro. The medley featured in both the original versions of Set A and Set C, and Set B. In Set A, it was originally performed after the "Victimized (w/ QWERTY)" mashup, before the medley was split up into the full versions of both songs, where "Papercut" was featured in the third slot of the setlist. In Set C, it was performed in the same spot originally, but the medley was again split, with "Papercut" being performed second in the encore. Set B is the only setlist in which the medley stayed consistent, when the band performed it in the encore, before the final song, "One Step Closer". As Set A and Set B moved onto 2013, "Papercut" remained in its position in Set A. Halfway through the Living Things New Zealand and Australian Tour, starting at the Soundwave performance in Flemington, Victoria, "Papercut" was added to Festival Set B after "A Place For My Head" in order to take advantage of their full set time. The new, full version of Set B did not debut until the Living Things Asian Tour, in Pasay, Philippines, where a full version of "Lying From You" replaced the medley in the encore.

On The Hunting Party World Tour, "Papercut" was a constantly performed song throughout the tour. Throughout all of 2014 shortened version of the song, which lacked the second verse and second chorus, transitioning directly from a shortened, instrumental version of "Blackout". At the Stars Of The Season Gaia, the band jammed to the first verse of "Papercut", with guest Luis Ortiz from Million Dollar Listing New York rapping over it. The "Blackout" and "Papercut" duo stuck around at the beginning of 2015, where it was performed at the three shows on the ill-fated The Hunting Party North American Tour. When the band returned to touring in May for their short North American Summer Tour, "Papercut" received a brand new intro (titled the "2015 Intro") and opened each show, the first time the song had opened a show since 2011, and the first time the song had opened a show without any preceding interludes since 2003. At the band's show at BlizzCon at the end of the touring cycle, the 2015 Intro was changed around for a new remixed version of the "World Of Warcraft" in honor of the company's most popular game. This was the only time that intro was used.

"Papercut" returned on the One More Light world tour as the penultimate song in the setlist, being followed by "Bleed It Out". The full version of the setlist that debuted at the band's show in Santiago was the first time the song had been in the encore since the Living Things South American Tour in 2012. The song was also performed at the show in dedication to Chester Bennington, where Machine Gun Kelly came out to perform the song with the band. Jon Green performed during this song as well, doing the backing vocals at the end of the song, being the first time those vocals were performed live.

Mike Shinoda

Mike included "Papercut" in his solo sets as a mashup with "Over Again", where he performs the first verse, second chorus, bridge, and outro over a more stripped down instrumental. He makes heavy use of a vocoder during the outro. The instrumental primarily featured just synths and drums until Dan Mayo and Matthias Harris joined Mike on tour starting with his Asian Tour. The song was consistently played near the end of the set, but starting with the second show of the US tour, "Papercut" became the most common main set closer. The medley of "About You", "Over Again", and "Papercut" also sporadically opened the encore starting in Charlotte. For a select few of the west coast shows, Phoenix joined Mike and the band for the song.

Mike was asked on Twitch in September 2020 about why he mashed up "Papercut" with "About You" and "Over Again." He said, "I liked the idea of mashing a few things up in the live show. I thought especially when I was doing certain Linkin Park songs in the set, I wanted them to sound different than the Linkin Park sets. Like because it was my solo set, I didn’t want to be estimating Linkin Park especially without Chester singing. The songs were already going to sound different so I tried to take them further outside of the norm so they sounded... if I played them too similar I think your brain would have been comparing it right away and it was not going to be able to be compared. My solo version context wasn’t going to be better. I'd rather make it way different and you're like, "Oh, it's a totally different take on the song.""[20]


Linkin Park

Last Updated: December 13, 2015

Type Description First Played Last Played
Intro Lee Interlude January 10, 2001 June 25, 2001
Intro Beatbox Intro June 1, 2001 June 1, 2001
Intro Long Show Opener Intro (Joe scratching over the beat of the song) November 15, 2003 November 25, 2003
Intro Short Intro (Short string intro with the beat of the song) June 3, 2004 September 11, 2004
Intro Long Intro (Longer version of the Short Intro) August 10, 2006 August 23, 2008
Intro 2015 Intro (Explosion sample followed by the verse riff of the song building up into the intro) May 9, 2015 September 6, 2015
Intro World Of Warcraft Theme Remix November 7, 2015 November 7, 2015
Outro Points Outro w/ "There They Go" Verse 1 (Regular outro of "Points Of Authority" added to the end of the song, due to the song being dropped) February 29, 2008 March 7, 2008
Outro Points Outro Jam (Regular outro of "Points Of Authority" added to the end of the song, due to the song being dropped) March 8, 2008 March 8, 2008
Outro w/ Extra Note After Ending (Segue into "New Divide" due to "Given Up" being dropped) November 7, 2010 November 7, 2010
Alternative Shortened (No 2nd Verse or 2nd Chorus) May 24, 2014 January 18, 2015

Mike Shinoda

Last Updated: April 28, 2020

Type Description First Played Last Played
Outro "Over Again" Ending May 12, 2018 September 8, 2019
Alternative Shortened (No First Chorus or Second Verse) May 12, 2018 September 8, 2019
Alternative Synth and Drum Instrumental May 12, 2018 July 28, 2018

Live Guests

Linkin Park

Last Updated: August 25, 2018

  • Benjamin Chandler (replacing Brad Delson)
  • Jon Green (The Bonfires)
  • Machine Gun Kelly
  • Warren Willis (replacing Joe Hahn)

Mike Shinoda

Last Updated: May 1, 2020

  • Phoenix (Linkin Park)



Linkin Park

  • Chester Bennington: vocals
  • Rob Bourdon: drums, backing vocals
  • Brad Delson: guitars, bass, backing vocals
  • Joseph Hahn: records, sampling, backing vocals
  • Mike Shinoda: emcee, vocals, beats, sampling

Additional Musicians

  • Ian Hornbeck: bass

Track 1

  • Produced by Don Gilmore
  • Executive Producer: Jeff Blue
  • Mixed by Andy Wallace
  • From the Warner Bros. Album 'Hybrid Theory'
  • Available on Cassette and Compact Disc
  • Management: Rob McDermott for Andy Gould Management

Track 2

  • Produced by Miti
  • Engineered by Jamie
  • Released by Arrangement with BBC Music
  • From Radio One's "Evening Session"
  • First Transmission Date January 11 2001

Track 3

  • Produced for Radio One by Andy Rogers
  • Engineered by Simon Askew
  • Released by Arrangement with BBC Music

Papercut Video

  • Directed by Nathan Cox, Joe Hahn
  • Produced by Matt Coltabiano



In Other Media

  • "Papercut" is featured in the 2001 film The One.
  • A promotional poster for "Papercut" can be seen during a 2016 porn film starring Alyssa Lynn for WatchingMyMomGoBlack.

Cover Versions

Pakistani rock band Call covered "Papercut" during a performance for PlayTV's Play It Live show in 2007.[21]

To promote their And The World Stops EP, French metalcore band Early Seasons recorded a cover of "Papercut" which was made available on YouTube[22] and SoundCloud[23] in 2012. Their singer, Marty Degenne, have also done a vocal cover of "Blackout" which is available on the band's YouTube channel.[24]

External Links


  1. Linkin Park Offering Free College Concert In Latest Contest -, March 17, 2008
  2. Linkin Park Fans: A Rare Opportunity to Own a Piece of | Reverb News, April 02, 2018
  3. Linkin Park Central [home]
  4. Linkin Park : The Proven Theory >> Studio Reports
  5. Mike LPU Chat Transcript: 12/09/2009 - Mike Shinoda Clan
  6. Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda on EDM, "A Light That Never Comes," and Their New Remix Album | Complex, September 26, 2013
  7. Interview: Mike Shinoda Talks "Living Things," The State of Rock, and Linkin Park's Fan Base | Complex, September 27, 2012
  8. Chester Transcript 3 (LPU Chat), January 2002
  9. Linkin Park Web Interview - Mike Shinoda Clan, September 2000
  10. Linkin Park Text Interview recorded 11/30/2000, November 30, 2000
  11. Text-Based Online Chat with Yahoo and Linkin Park [english version], September 17, 2009
  12. Chester: 'Papercut' is the identity of Linkin Park - Newswire - Linkin Park Live, July 02, 2013
  13. Surprise: A Fortnite style DRAWING instead of a jam today - YouTube, May 07, 2020
  14. Kerrang! Magazine Scans, Page 1 -
  15. Linkin Park's Joe Hahn - Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction? - YouTube, September 24, 2014
  16. Joe Hahn on Twitter: "@hotshinoda We've done better videos than papercut #HybridTheory20" / Twitter, October 15, 2021
  17. Joe Hahn on Twitter: "@DasB3N no regrets #HybridTheory20" / Twitter, October 15, 2021
  18. "I’m Sorry, I Don’t Know What We Were Doing": Mike Shinoda Reflects On Linkin Park's Papercut Video — Kerrang!, October 05, 2020
  19. Linkin Park - Papercut (2001) | IMVDb
  20. YouTube: Mike Shinoda - 9.11 // Freestyle Friday // live drums, ProTools, new Native Instruments gear, September 11, 2020
  21. CALL Papercut Cover PlayTV Live - YouTube, February 11, 2007
  22. "Papercut" Linkin Park cover by Early Seasons (OFFICIAL) - YouTube, April 01, 2012
  23. "Papercut" Linkin Park cover by Early seasons de EARLY SEASONS | Ouça grátis na SoundCloud, April 01, 2012
  24. Linkin Park - Black out - (Vocal cover by Marty Degenne) - YouTube, September 07, 2012