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What I've Done

From Linkinpedia
"What I've Done"
Single by Linkin Park
from the album Minutes To Midnight
Working title:Bang Three
Released:April 2, 2007
Format:CD, Vinyl
Stems:Guitar Hero: World Tour
Rock Band 3 (DLC)
Time signature:4/4
Key:G Minor
Live debut:March 14, 2007
Last performed:October 27, 2017
Writer:Linkin Park
Producer:Mike Shinoda, Rick Rubin
Label:Warner Bros.
Linkin Park single chronology
Dirt Off Your Shoulder/Lying From You
What I've Done
Bleed It Out
Minutes To Midnight tracklist
  1. Wake
  2. Given Up
  3. Leave Out All The Rest
  4. Bleed It Out
  5. Shadow Of The Day
  6. What I've Done
  7. Hands Held High
  8. No More Sorrow
  9. Valentine's Day
  10. In Between
  11. In Pieces
  12. The Little Things Give You Away

"What I've Done" is the sixth track off of Linkin Park's third studio album, Minutes To Midnight. The song was released as the album's lead single on April 2, 2007. The song was used as the main theme for 2007 action film, Transformers. The live version of "What I've Done" from Road To Revolution: Live At Milton Keynes was nominated for "Best Hard Rock Performance" at the 52nd Grammy Awards.


"What I've Done" was the last song finished for the album, as revealed by the booklet for Minutes To Midnight, which read "One of the last songs finished for the album, the lyrics for this song were intended to work on many levels, including freedom, art, and death metaphors." The limited edition booklet expanded on that, stating "At the end of over one year in the studio, the band felt that the album was finished. After initial listening, however, they were devastated to hear from friends that the album felt like it was missing a piece—one more song. The band was horrified. Many of the songs on the record had taken months to write, so throwing a new one together that could stand up to the rest was unlikely. To complicate matters, any further writing meant they might miss deadlines that had been set up for album release and touring. In spite of risks, the band decided to take this challenge of character. A little over a week later, the record was officially ready for release with the addition of “What I’ve Done.”"

The April 2007 issue of a French magazine published a track by track of Minutes To Midnight on which Rob said, "Joe did the first demo of this song, wrote the music, and Mike and Chester wrote the lyrics. This was the last song recorded for the album. The record was finished at Rick's studio in Laurel Canyon, but we felt like there was something missing, the very glue that binds the whole album together. We got together at NRG studio (where we recorded "Hybrid Theory" and "Meteora"), easily composed this song and recorded it in just 2 days."[2]

Mike said, "It was the last song we did, and a challenge to doing a song like this... we spent a long time on the other songs, and we decided we needed one more to round out the album and to sum up everything we put into this record musically. And that's a real challenge, to say "Everything you've done right, in the last year, every song that's taken 3, 6, 9 months to write... do another one in like 2 weeks." It was a stressful, pressure thing. I feel like the guys stepped up and it came together in about a week and a half."[3]

The original demo was created in Mike Shinoda's home studio, as he explained, "I usually record demos in my house and historically I’ve done demos for 10 years. We cut my vocals on many, many songs and Chester’s vocals on many, many songs at my house. It’s one room and I’ve got basically a small drum kit, a ton of keyboards, a few guitars and basses and a microphone. The drum sample you hear at the beginning of “What I’ve Done” was done in that room; Chester’s vocals for “New Divide,” “What I’ve Done” and a couple of songs from One More Light were done in that room. All my vocals forever, I demoed them there and some of them ended up being keepers."[4]

Part of the drums on the final track were played by Mike himself as he explained, "Piece of LP trivia - that drum beat in the intro, and it goes below all of the verses, that's me playing drums. This is Rob playing over the top of a loop. So as far as back as 2007, I was already trying to play drums."[5]

Chester Bennington described the song as a summation of the whole mentality of Minutes To Midnight in an interview with MTV, stating "Joe [Hahn] came up to Mike and I and asked us to take the whole idea of Minutes to Midnight and apply that to how the band has changed. So, in a way, it’s us saying goodbye to how we used to be. The lyrics in the first verse are ’In this farewell, there is no blood, there is no alibi,’ and right away, you’ll notice that the band sounds different: The drums are much more raw, the guitars are more raw and the vocals aren’t tripled. It’s just us out there … and that’s how Rick wanted it. Basically he told us, ’If it sounds like it could’ve been on the first two records, then we’re not going to work on it.’"[6] Mike Shinoda backed up this statement in an interview with Kerrang!, where the band did a track-by-track analysis of the album. "On the other albums, Brad and I started every song together [separately]. But this was the only song that we wrote together and was the last one we finished. We wanted a song that encapsulated the feel of the whole record and I think this is that song. You're going to get something different out of every time you listen to it."[7][8]

Brad Delson described the song as a bridge between the old and new sound of Linkin Park. "There are definitely elements to the record that you can identify as Linkin Park, probably the best of which would be our first single, ‘What I’ve Done.’ It’s really in a sense a bridge from where we were to kind of where this record wound up. But each one of the songs that made the album was recorded in a totally different environment, has a totally unique sound, and beyond just the style of the songs we really focused through and through on the content of this record—the lyrics, the melodies. We didn’t work on the style of many of the songs in terms of the arrangements or polishing the context until we knew that the basic ideas in each case were really, really strong."[9]

"What I've Done" was the first in a series of Linkin Park songs used in the Transformers film franchise. Brad Delson explained how the collaboration came about, "It was an interesting fact, because when we were thinking about putting a song of ours in the Transformers film, the director Michael Bay came with his team in this hotel and showed a little of the film with our music. We talked and ended up building a relationship between Linkin Park's music and the films. The song hadn't been released yet, just a little preview. It was kind of behind the scenes."[10]

During the promotion of Minutes To Midnight, Linkin Park used three different instrumental pieces as background music for their site.[11] One of those instrumentals, known as "Minutes To Midnight Clip 1" was revealed by Mike Shinoda to have been a slow, dark improvisation on "What I've Done" in a Linkin Park message board post in 2009. He said, "This link is actually real...but they're not demos. These are songs I made for when we released Minutes To Midnight. The first one is actually a really slow, dark improvisation on "What I've Done!" Someone should tell the people on youtube (in the comments or to this post)."[12]

An alternative version of "What I've Done" can be heard playing in the background during the Making Of What I've Done. In this version, Mike sings an extra "na" in the end of the song.[13]


"What I've Done" received two official remixes, both of which were done by Mike Shinoda and both are very similar. The first, dubbed the "Distorted Remix", was released on the "Bleed It Out" single and on the tour edition of Minutes To Midnight. The second, simply titled the "M. Shinoda Remix", was released on LP Underground X: Demos. The latter is the same as the "Distorted Remix", except for the bridge being shortened and the guitar cutting out at the end of quieter part of the track that leads into the final chorus.


CD Single

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1 What I've Done Linkin Park 3:29
2 Faint (Live) Linkin Park 2:46
3 From The Inside (Live) Linkin Park 3:31

Vinyl Single

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1 What I've Done Linkin Park 3:29
2 Faint (Live) Linkin Park 2:46

Music Video

Music Video

The music video for "What I've Done" was directed by Joe Hahn and uses stock footage pertaining to world events along with a performance from the band shot at El Mirage, a dry lake bed in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino, California.

During a Fort Minor Militia chat on April 5, 2007, Mike Shinoda explained why the band decided to shoot the video in an Californian desert: "we filmed the video for what i've done in el mirage because the desert scene related the lyrics and because it fit in with the themes of the video (the stock footage)"[14]

Later in the chat, he also talked about the meaning behind the video: "most of the things on the minutes midnight album work in layers of meaning. there's no single correct theme for anything, i think. but there are themes that i know are there...for example the video like the album title, is about death and rebirth. you could apply that concept a part of your life, a relationship, even our band...but the video works on a level that's aware of the world and our power build or destroy it."

Video Credits[15]

Artist Name: Linkin Park
Song Name: What I've Done
Director: Joe Hahn
Production Company: Radical Media
Producers: Bill Boyd
Video Commissioner: Devin Sarno
Record Label: Warner Bros. Records
Production Design: Zach Mathews, Production Designer

Australian Alternative Video

An alternate video for the song was released in Australia and follows a woman (played by Emma Mullings)[16][17] trying to expose a government conspiracy. It was commissioned by WB Australia with no involvement from the band and was originally released on, which was the official Australian website for the new album at the time. The video was filmed by Inspire Films Australia[18] whose personnel was Peter Kirk (director), Kambui "Zig" Parker (producer) and Raphael LaMotta Heatley (editor).[19]


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


Title Album Length Recorded Released Notes
What I've Done Minutes To Midnight 3:25 2006-2007 May 14, 2007
What I've Done What I've Done 3:28 2006-2007 April 2, 2007
  • Lacks the transition from "Shadow Of The Day".
What I've Done Transformers: The Album


Papercuts - Singles Collection 2000-2023

3:25 2006-2007 June 26, 2007
  • Minutes To Midnight version with fade in at the start.
What I've Done Papercuts - Singles Collection 2000-2023 (Digital Re-Issue) 3:27 2006-2007 May 06, 2024
  • Album version with fade in and slightly longer intro.
2:03 2007 2007
  • Slow, dark improvisation on "What I've Done" by Mike Shinoda.
  • Used as background music during the promotion for the album Minutes To Midnight along with two other instrumental pieces.
  • Known as "Minutes To Midnight Clip 1".
What I've Done 0:30 2007 2007
  • Instrumental loop of the intro.
  • Used as background music during the promotion of the single.
  • Released on iTunes as a ringtone.
Bang Three (What I've Done Original Demo) LP Underground Eleven 3:30 November 15, 2011
  • Instrumental demo.
What I've Done Minutes To Midnight Instrumentals

Radio Publishing Instrumentals CD

3:32 2006-2007
  • The CD dates from May 24, 2007.
  • Official instrumental version.


Title Album Length Recorded Released Notes
What I've Done (Distorted Remix) Bleed It Out

Minutes To Midnight (Tour Edition)

3:48 2007 August 17, 2007
  • Remix by Mike Shinoda.
What I've Done (M.Shinoda Remix) LP Underground X: Demos 3:40 2007 November 17, 2010
  • Remix by Mike Shinoda.
  • Shorter bridge.
  • The guitar cuts out at the end of the quiet section that leads into the last chorus.


Title Album Length Recorded Released Notes
What I've Done (Live) What I've Done (Live) 3:26 March, 2007 May 10, 2007
  • AT&T Blue Room Performance.
  • Audio released on the "What I've Done (Live)" single. Only available in the German iTunes store.
What I've Done (Live) Minutes To Midnight (iTunes Deluxe Version) 3:29 March, 2007 May 14, 2007
  • Best Buy Music Performance.
  • Different vocal EQ mixed to make Chester raspier when compared to the video.
  • Joe's scratch mistake before the guitar kicks in was edited out.
  • Bonus track on the initial iTunes release.
What I've Done Minutes To Midnight (MVI Disc) 3:23 March, 2007 May 14, 2007
  • Third Encore Performance.
  • Downloadable video on the Minutes To Midnight MVI disc.
What I've Done (Live At AOL Sessions) Minutes To Midnight 3:25 March 14, 2007 May 14, 2007
  • AOL Sessions Performance.
  • Downloadable MP3 on the BestBuy edition.
What I've Done (Live At Soundcheck) Minutes To Midnight (Wal-Mart Edition) 3:22 March, 2007 May 14, 2007
  • Wal-Mart Soundcheck Performance.
  • Downloadable MP3.
What I've Done (Live) Minutes To Midnight (Circuit City Edition) 3:24 March, 2007 May 14, 2007
  • Circuit City Performance.
What I've Done LP Underground 7.0 3:21 August 26, 2007 December 5, 2007
  • Recorded live at the New England Dodge Music Center in Hartford, CT on August 26, 2007.
What I've Done (29/01/08 LP Live London 2) Minutes To Midnight (EU Tour Edition) 7:27 January 29, 2008 December 12, 2007
  • Downloadable MP3.
  • Download codes expired on December 17, 2008.
What I've Done Road To Revolution: Live At Milton Keynes 5:01 June 29, 2008 November 21, 2008
  • Filmed at the National Bowl, Milton Keynes June 29, 2008.
What I've Done (Live In Madrid) A Thousand Suns: Puerta De Alcalá 3:32 November 07, 2010 January 25, 2011
What I've Done Live In Madrid 3:32 November 07, 2010 April 1, 2011
What I've Done Live In Red Square 3:37 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.
What I've Done (Live) Burn It Down

Living Things (AU Tour Edition)

4:04 July 04, 2011 May 18, 2012
  • From iTunes Live: London Festival 2011.
What I've Done (Live From New York, 2008) Minutes To Midnight - Live Around The World 4:58 February 21, 2008 June 12, 2012
What I've Done Live At Admiralspalast Berlin, Germany June 05, 2012 March 29, 2013
What I've Done Live In Monterrey September 12, 2012 June 13, 2014
  • DVD only.
  • The Hunting Party bonus DVD.
  • Live show filmed at Arena Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico on September 12, 2012.
What I've Done One More Light Live 4:33 June 27, 2017 December 15, 2017


"What I've Done" has been a staple song in Linkin Park's setlists since it's initial debut on the Minutes To Midnight touring cycle. The song debuted on the promotional tour for the album at the end of the main set, with the album transition intro preceding it. On the Minutes To Midnight European Tour, the song was initially moved up to the closing song in the main set before "Bleed It Out" traded positions with it, moving "What I've Done" into the encore. On Projekt Revolution, the band introduced rotating setlists, where "What I've Done" was featured at the end of the main set in Set A and Set B, and in the encore of Set C. In the "hybrid" set, or Set D, "What I've Done" was moved down into a mid-set position, after "Shadow Of The Day". This change translated into performances of Set B for the remainder of the year. In 2008, the band debuted another three sets, with the song gaining a new extended intro entitled the AMBO Intro - in Set R and Set S, the song with its intro opened the first encore, whereas in Set T, the song and its intro opened the show for the first time. The AMBO Intro was scrapped for the initial drafts of the second batch of setlists for 2008: the song, with its album transition intro, was performed at the end of the main set in Set X and Set Z, and opened the show in Set Y with a piano intro by Mike. On Projekt Revolution, the Street Drum Corps began to join the band for the song, with the AMBO Intro returning in all sets. In the new versions of the sets, "What I've Done" opened the first encore in Set X, opened the show in Set Y, and closed the first encore in Set Z. The song was dropped on the first show of the tour in Mansfield, Massachusetts due to time constraints - the only time on the cycle where the song was not performed. In 2009, "What I've Done" was performed mid-set, but the AMBO Intro was still performed.

"What I've Done" was used as the closing song for the first few shows of the A Thousand Suns touring cycle in New York and South America, before "Bleed It Out" returned as the closing song. "What I've Done" was featured as the second-to-last song in the encore for nearly every show of the A Thousand Suns European Tour until the second night in London, England, where the song was third in the set after an opening of "Fallout" and "The Catalyst". This position was held for one more show, when the band played the same opening sequence in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The band introduced two sets on the A Thousand Suns Australian tour, with the song still featured second-to-last in Set A-1. In Set B-1 and Set B-9, the song was featured near the beginning of the show. In 2011, the song experienced much the same fate. In Set A, the song was featured second-to-last in the encore. In Set B and Set C, the song was performed earlier in the set. During the band's summer touring, the song was performed early in the set in Set A, Set B, and Set C, and second-to-last position in the encore in Set D and Set E.

On the Living Things touring cycle, "What I've Done" was performed mid-set in the festival setlist and near the end of the main set in the headlining setlist on the European promotional tour. On the Honda Civic Tour, the song was featured at the end of the main set in Set A and Set B, and initially in the second-to-last spot in Set C before being moved down to the mid-set. Starting in Mexico City, Mexico, Mike began periodically extending the outro of the song and conducting a sing-a-long with the crowd. The band shortened the song at their performance at the iHeartRadio Festival, cutting the first chorus and second verse of it. The song's position was maintained in 2013. At the beginning of 2014, the band performed the song with Mike Einziger from Incubus at the Concert For The Philippines. At the band's honoring at the UCLA Evening Of Environmental Excellence, the song was performed as part of a piano medley, along with "Leave Out All The Rest" and "Shadow Of The Day".

The song saw the least movement of The Hunting Party touring cycle. The song featured a shortened intro, transitioning from the ending of "Until It's Gone", and a new extended guitar solo bridge. For the entirety of 2014, the song was played as the second-to-last song in the setlist, barring one performance: at the band's surprise appearance on the Warped Tour, the band was joined by Ryan Key from Yellowcard to perform the song, which was third-to-last, before "A Place For My Head" and "Bleed It Out". At the band's last performance on The Hunting Party European Tour (the second night in London, England), Brad's guitar technician, Benjamin Chandler, came out after the song concluded and performed a guitar solo. The song did not see much movement in 2015, though the song has some interesting changes at the end of the cycle. The song was performed with a short piano cover of the "Halloween" theme by Mike Myers before the song at the band's show at the Monster Mash. The song was dropped due to time constraints at the show at BlizzCon, and was finally performed with Adrian Young of No Doubt at Relief Live at the end of the touring cycle.

Although the band eventually went with an extended ticking intro for the song in 2014, the first draft of the set had a fan-made dubstep remix (likely as a placeholder) of "What I've Done" as an intro, transitioning out of the Vice remix of "I'll Be Gone".[20]

Before the touring for One More Light began, Mike and Chester did a series of promotional shows in Europe leading up to their performance of "Heavy" at the ECHO Awards in Berlin, Germany on April 6. At some of these performances, they performed a new piano version of "What I've Done" similar to the one played during the medley in 2014. This version lacks the bridge, where the guitar solo would normally be. The full version of the song returned when the full band began touring, a new intro being added to the track, while the extended guitar solo bridge remained. Mike would vary when he began playing the piano intro of the song during the intro. At the Hollywood Bowl tribute show, all of Blink-182 performed the song with the band. This performance had the 2017 Intro but not the extended guitar solo.


Last Updated: August 25, 2018

Type Description First Played Last Played
Intro Album Transition Intro April 28, 2007 October 7, 2012
Intro Album Transition Intro Tease June 17, 2008 June 17, 2008
Intro AMBO Intro January 16, 2008 August 22, 2009
Intro MS Piano Intro June 7, 2008 June 27, 2008
Intro Improv. Piano Intro June 10, 2008 August 19, 2013
Intro Street Drum Corps Intro: Train/Tailpipe July 18, 2008 August 24, 2008
Intro Short Piano Intro October 26, 2010 October 26, 2010
Intro Long Album Transition Intro January 22, 2011 January 22, 2011
Intro Short Ticking Intro May 24, 2014 November 14, 2015
Intro 2017 Intro May 6, 2017 October 27, 2017
Intro 2017 Intro w/ Piano Improv. June 17, 2017 June 17, 2017
Bridge Ext. Guitar Solo Bridge May 24, 2014 July 6, 2017
Outro Sing-a-long Outro August 1, 2007 June 20, 2017
Outro Improv. Keyboard Outro January 27, 2008 January 27, 2008
Outro Keyboard Outro January 22, 2011 January 22, 2011
Outro Guitar Solo Outro (performed by Benjamin Chandler) November 24, 2014 November 24, 2014
Alternative Shortened (No First Verse or Second Chorus) September 22, 2012 September 22, 2012
Alternative Piano Version (Piano/Vocals Only) March 24, 2017 March 27, 2017

Live Guests

Last Updated: December 26, 2015

  • Adrian Young (No Doubt)
  • Benjamin Chandler (replacing Brad Delson)
  • Blink-182
  • Mike Einziger (Incubus)
  • Ryan Key (Yellowcard)
  • Street Drum Corps
  • Warren Willis (replacing Joe Hahn)


Awards and Nominations

Studio Version

Year Award Category Status
2007 MTV Video Music Awards Best Editing in a Video Nominated
2007 MTV Video Music Awards Best Director Nominated
2007 mtvU Woodie Awards Viral Woodie Nominated
2007 Kerrang! Awards Best Video Nominated
2007 Planeta Awards The Megaplaneta of the Year Nominated
2007 Planeta Awards Rock Song of the Year Nominated
2007 Teen Choice Awards Choice Rock Track Nominated
2008 MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best Rock Video Nominated
2008 MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best Video from a Film Nominated
2008 People's Choice Awards Favorite Song from a Soundtrack: Transformers: The Album Nominated

Live At Milton Keynes

Year Award Category Status
2010 Grammy Awards Best Hard Rock Performance Nominated


  • Chester Bennington
  • Mike Shinoda
  • Brad Delson
  • Dave "Phoenix" Farrell
  • Joseph Hahn
  • Rob Bourdon

Track 1

  • Produced by Rick Rubin and Mike Shinoda
  • Mixed by Neal Avron
  • Worldwide Representation: Rob McDermott for Mad Mac Entertainment
  • Management Team: Ryan DeMarti and Trish Evangelista
  • From The Warner Bros. / Machine Shop Recordings Album Minutes To Midnight
  • Art Direction: Frank Maddocks
  • Photograph: James Minchin III

Track 2

  • Recorded Live In Japan
  • Mixed by Ethan Mates

Track 3

  • Recorded Live In Japan
  • Mixed by Ethan Mates


Album Version

In this farewell
There's no blood
There's no alibi
Cause I've drawn regret
From the truth
Of a thousand lies
So let mercy come
And wash away

What I've done
I'll face myself
To cross out what I've become
Erase myself
And let go of what I've done

Put to rest
What you thought of me
While I clean this slate
With the hands
Of uncertainty
So let mercy come
And wash away

What I've done
I'll face myself
To cross out what I've become
Erase myself
And let go of what I've done

For what I've done
I start again
And whatever pain may come
Today this ends
I'm forgiving what I've done

I'll face myself
To cross out what I've become
Erase myself
And let go of what I've done
Na na na
Na na na
Na na na
What I've done
Na na na
Na na na
Na na na
Forgiving what I've done
Na na na
Na na na
Na na na
Na na


In Other Media

  • "What I've Done" is featured in the 2007 film Transformers and was included in its soundtrack album.
  • "What I've Done" is featured in the 2008 videogame Guitar Hero World Tour.
  • "What I've Done" was released in 2011 as part of a DLC for the 2010 videogame Rock Band 3.
  • "What I've Done" was released in 2015 as part of a DLC for the 2013 videogame Rocksmith 2014.

Cover Versions

American singer Marié Digby uploaded to her YouTube channel a video of herself playing piano and singing Linkin Park's "What Ive Done" on June 25, 2007.[21] Later that year, a professionally recorded acoustic version of the song was released on her Start Here EP.[22] A video of herself covering "Waiting For The End" was uploaded to her YouTube channel a video on October 10, 2010.[23]

Ukrainian musician Denis Stoff, known for being Make Me Famous and Asking Alexandria's frontman, recorded a cover of "What I've Done" which was uploaded to his YouTube channel in 2015.[24] Asking Alexandria also performed the song acoustically at the Hard Rock Cafe in Detroit during 101 WRIF's Riff Rock Girl Finals Party in May 2016.[25]

On July 30, 2016, "What I've Done" was performed by 130 musicians as part of the second Rocknmob that took place at the Gorky Park in Moscow, Russia.[26] The performance draw the attention of Linkin Park, who shared the video on Facebook.[27]

External Links


  1. Linkin Park Offering Free College Concert In Latest Contest -, March 17, 2008
  2. ~ Первый о Linkin Park ~, April 22, 2007
  3. YouTube: Linkin Park - Stripped Music Performance 2007 (Full Special), March 2007
  4. Mike Shinoda on New Album 'Post Traumatic': 'My Priority Wasn't to Impress Anybody', October 30, 2018
  5. 9.2 Beat Saber - OfficialMikeShinoda on Twitch, September 02, 2020
  6. MTV, March 2007
  7. Kerrang!, April 2007
  8. The Linkin Park Times - Interviews & Articles, April 4, 2007
  9. The Aquarian, April 2007
  10. Linkin Park revela para 89 detalhes sobre novo álbum "One More Light, April 24, 2017
  11. YouTube: LPLive Archive - Minutes To Midnight Website Clips, August 24, 2018
  12. LPLive: Song Info Thread
  13. What I've Done (Demo), May 15, 2007
  14. linkinparkinside:brasil :: Especiais :: Chat com o Mike Shinoda, April 04, 2007
  15. Linkin Park - What I've Done (2007) | IMVDb
  16. Emma_Mullings_BiographyFeb2014, February 2014
  17. EMMA MULLINGS | 'What I've Done' Linkin Park Aussie Clip - Emma Mullings
  18. Linkin Park on Vimeo, 2009
  20. "LP LIVE EXPERIENCE DRAFT ONE" - 2014 Tour - LPLive Exclusives and Specials - Linkin Park Live, June 13, 2019
  21. Linkin Park - What I've Done - YouTube, June 25, 2007
  22. Start Here - EP by Marié Digby on Apple Music
  23. Waiting For The End - by Linkin Park (Marie Digby cover ) - YouTube, October 10, 2010
  24. Denis Stoff - What I've Done (Linkin Park cover) - YouTube, April 20, 2015
  25. Asking Alexandria performs at the WRIF Rock Girl Finals Party - WRIF Rocks Detroit, May 23, 2016
  26. Rocknmob #2 - What I've Done (Linkin Park) - YouTube, August 13, 2016
  27. Linkin Park, August 16, 2016