Linkin Park is now on Hulu, and it's the only place you can stream the entire documentary Meeting of A Thousand Suns, which will be included with all Deluxe versions of A Thousand Suns.

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Comment by Manny A.K.A. The Blue Phoenix on September 13, 2010 at 4:59am
Oh sorry I also wanted to point out that a true artists dosent let anyone interfere with his or her or their vision. If you let people tell you which direction to go or what to do then can you really call it your own. I mean you can take helpful criticism and ideas but not what you should do. Dont let anyone interfere with your artistic integrity. If you are happy with what you have created then that is all that matters. Its from your soul, its not about money, fame, popularity, etc. etc. its art and its about expresing yourself. So I am actually glad that lp did this album. I absolutely love their old school sound but if they never changed I would have never heard this masterpiece. So actually I have much more respect for them now for stayin true to themselves.
Comment by Manny A.K.A. The Blue Phoenix on September 13, 2010 at 4:53am
So I just finished watching the doc and listening to the album even though I preordered it. Someone said they felt robbed because they streamed it and let everyone view it for free. Usually I just download my music on limewire or listen to it for free on myspace but with this I had to have a hard copy of linkin parks album. I got the last album in that cool book thing they released it in. Its definitely worth the money to get a hard copy of music one of your favorite all time bands puts out thats for sure. So even though I have seen it online I still want the hard copy plus its more than likely better sound and picture quality. But yeah I also felt th doc was short and I loved the album and doc It just left me wanting more and still curious.
Comment by BHARATH PARK on September 11, 2010 at 9:59pm
WOW!that was a bit emotional watching it,everyone was so frustrated and stressed.but in the end u guys managed to finish it.one bad thing about it was that it was too short
Comment by ngan bach on September 11, 2010 at 7:02pm
but i'm live outside USA!
Comment by Mike on September 11, 2010 at 5:11pm
the documentary is awsome... I just feel that they should get out of the corp world and go back to basics... like their first album.. Mike shinoda is a great producer... they dont need any outside producer... that just hinders band's creativity and performance... They connected with their now fans because of their music not because of their corp connections.... I think they should go back to do what they do best....
Comment by Thomas Stanford-Eyre on September 11, 2010 at 3:39pm
This is the WORST idear of linkin park, ive preordered this dvd and am living outside of the US >.<
i hope we get something more than the video on hulu or thats me and a thousand other's thats been backstabbed
Comment by Fortino Vazquez Jr. on September 11, 2010 at 3:28pm
I love these guys! Yes, they go through some times writing their music, but it's all worth it! I will never stop listening to these guys and this video made me admire them even more.
Comment by Rodrigo Lopez on September 11, 2010 at 2:39pm
I cant watch the video, because im outside USA. :S
Comment by Rodrigo Lopez on September 11, 2010 at 2:39pm
I cant watch the video, because im outside USA. :S
Comment by joseph on September 11, 2010 at 1:38pm
either you like the album or you dont. I like what I have heard and hope for another release soon! Maybe next year? That would blow my mind!!!

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