Linkin Park: Lost in Translation film Product Information
Linkin Park: Lost in Translation movie was released Feb 01, 2011 by the Treble Clef Production studio. Never a band to rest on their laurels, Linkin Park remain challenging yet become more accessible with every new record they make. Linkin Park: Lost in Translation movie In the decade since the release of their debut album, Hybrid Theory, the group have matured hugely and left behind their nu-metal origins to join the ranks of the worlds very finest rock acts. Linkin Park: Lost in Translation video With critical acclaim now matching their enormous commercial success, this extraordinary collective look destined to stay right at the top of premier music league for many years to come. Linkin Park: Lost in Translation film This DVD takes a looks at the band's early years and with the help of rare footage, exclusive interviews, seldom seen photographs and numerous other features, reveals how a bunch of scruffy oiks from Agoura Hills, C.A. rose to become one of the world's most cherished musical groups.
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||Don't buy this|
Linkin Park: Lost in Translation DVD for sale When I put this in my DVD player, the first thing that come on the screen was a disclaimer: "This documentary contains no music or performance by the band Linkin Park" The rare footage is of the backs of other bands that kind of have a resemblance to Linkin Park. The exclusive interviews are with fans who say how much they like the band. The producers of this DVD obviously have acquired zero rights to anything; the background music is not even Linkin Parks. BIG RIP OFF.
By clayanddeb (Vancouver, BC)
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Linkin Park: Lost in Translation video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||8390816|
|Studio||Treble Clef Production|
|DVD Encoding||All Regions|
|Release Date||Feb 01, 2011|
|Running Time||44 Minutes|
Linkin Park: Lost in Translation DVD Features
Full Frame - 1.33
Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo - English
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