Linkin Park ‘Meteora’ Music Videos Receive 4K Remaster Ahead of Album’s 20th Anniversary

Chester Bennington Photo by Roger Kisby/WireImage (via Getty Images) / Meteora: Mike Shinoda & The Flem – creative direction, The Flem – art direction & design, James R. Minchin III – photography, Warner Bros. & Machine Shop
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In just a couple of days, Linkin Park‘s second studio album Meteora will be celebrating its 20th anniversary. While the band already experienced a tremendous amount of success with their first record (Hybrid Theory), 2003’s Meteora boosted their global popularity even higher.

The record has sold 27 million copies worldwide, and to this day, it stands as one of the most commercially successful nu-metal albums ever released.

The record features a plethora of Linkin Park’s biggest hits, such as “Numb,” Faint,” “Somewhere I Belong,” “Breaking the Habit,” and “From The Inside.”

And speaking of these songs, as a means of celebrating the upcoming anniversary of the record, the music videos for each of these super successful singles have gotten the 4K remaster treatment.

Each of these music videos has been touched up to provide sharper visuals (and they all look amazing).

Meteora is an astounding record and it is super cool to see these music videos receive the remaster treatment. Below you can check out the new remastered music videos for Linkin Park’s “Numb,” Faint,” “Somewhere I Belong,” “Breaking the Habit,” and “From The Inside.” Which one of these singles is your favorite?

Also recently, the band released the previously unreleased single “Lost,” which was a track they recorded around the time they were creating material for Meteora. If you have not heard the song yet and are interested in checking it out, you can do so by following this link here.

With the 20th anniversary of the record coming up on March 25th, who knows what other surprises the band could drop for fans?

What do you think of Meteora? Considering the album as a whole, what is your favorite song off the record? And among all of the Linkin Park albums there are, is Meteora your favorite? Also below you will find links to other Linkin Park-related stories.

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