LINKIN PARK's First Album 'Hybrid Theory' Turns 19
Hybrid Theory, the very influential debut studio album of Linkin Park, is now 19 years old!
The band took to social media to celebrate the anniversary of Hybrid Theory which holds the record for best-selling rock album of the 21st century and gave us 12 hard-hitting LP songs including "Papercut", "Crawling", "Points Of Authority" and "In The End".
"Happy 19th Birthday, Hybrid Theory! Leave your favorite HT memory below", the band wrote along with some of their photos during the early days.
Happy 19th Birthday, Hybrid Theory! Leave your favorite HT memory below. pic.twitter.com/HAWNWltEiG— LINKIN PARK (@linkinpark) October 24, 2019
Here are some notable replies from their loyal fans:
Favorite memory is: to become a LP fan.— Mayumi (@lpa_mayumi) October 24, 2019
This choice and passion made me who I'm today. Hybrid Theory helped me to grow as person, to know what I love and decide how to live. Very special album.
there's so many, but this hair is the first thing that comes to mind. pic.twitter.com/lQU6HiciRS— 🦖 (@shinodasaurus) October 24, 2019
Happy Birthday ❤️ This album had quite some influence on me&my music taste. I can’t believe how much has happened since then, how much I’ve changed&grown, how much you guys have changed&grown. But, most importantly, you brought people in my life that I love ❤️ #lpfamily— J (@Samweis1900) October 24, 2019
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THIS MASTERPIECE!! 🎉🎈— #MakeMikeShinodaProud 💗 (@Majka_Shinoda) October 24, 2019
Forever grateful to you guys.
I'm unable to believe it's been 19 years..
Favorite memory is me begging for my mom to buy the album after hearing only One Step Closer, and then I finally got it. Instantly played it when we got home and fell in love.— // Ｗａｉｔ, ｗｈａｔ?! // (@_________Jenni) October 24, 2019
The most important memory I have is when I first saw In The End, because for that video I started to like the band. Thanks guys for releasing the album that changed my life 🙏❤️ pic.twitter.com/arO8SVVSm7— вяєαкιηg тнє нαвιт (@vanebaigorria) October 24, 2019
How about you? What's your fondest memory about Hybrid Theory?