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Linkin Park: Road to Revolution (Live at Milton Keynes) (2008)

Road to Revolution: Live at Milton Keynes is the second live CD/DVD/BD compilation by American rock band Linkin Park.[1] It was recorded during the band's annual Projekt Revolution festival... See full summary »

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Road to Revolution: Live at Milton Keynes is the second live CD/DVD/BD compilation by American rock band Linkin Park.[1] It was recorded during the band's annual Projekt Revolution festival tour at the Milton Keynes National Bowl on June 29, 2008. It was originally planned to be released on November 25, 2008 but was changed to November 24. The concert featured material from all three of the band's albums, as well as songs from their EP, Collision Course with Jay-Z, and elements from "Reanimation" and Fort Minor's The Rising Tied. Written by allan-medeiros26

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A superior experience!
8 December 2012 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

I'm not always into concert movies because it's not the type of movie I want to watch, but when it was about Linkin Park I was pumped to see their performance at Milton Keynes on Blu-Ray I got.

I can't resist saying this again but it was a superior experience! Every Linkin Park fan will enjoy this performance, it's filled with awesome shots on the groups and has a lot of perfect timing on the scenes depending on what song they are playing, I think Blue Leach made a great directing to Linkin Park they should hire him to direct more concert movies!

It's not boring to watch I can tell you, imagine that Linkin Park is inside your home and playing your favorite songs!

If you ask me I would not consider this movie as a "Documentary" It's more of a "Music-Concert-Movie" since it does not have info about how it was to play for the people.

Anyway this is a true superior experience for any Linkin Park fan. It will blow you away with some of the greatest performances you'll see.

***** stars out of ***** stars!


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