Linkin Park's 'In The End' Sung By 183 Movies Because It's F*cking Amazing


Linkin Park are a band that meant so much to a lot of people. Bursting onto the scene in 2000 with their amazing album, Hybrid Theory (my first album (one that went completely over my head at the time)), their breakthrough song was probably One Step Closer, with the superb vocals from the late, great Chester Bennington.

Their moody anti-regime attitude gave a voice to a generation, making an impact that so many bands since have tried and failed to replicate.

Losing Bennington to suicide is a colossal tragedy, one that will leave huge wounds, but one of the best ways to remember him (other than with his brilliant music) is through recognising the impact he made.

So here’s one of the best videos on YouTube that would have never been possible without him – probably his best song, In The End, sung by 183 movies.


RIP Chester. Our thoughts are with his fans, friends and family at this hard time.

Images via Getty, Morgan Creek Productions, Miramax

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