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Linkin Park - No More Sorrow (Live Earth 2007)

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"No More Sorrow"
No More Sorrow Album Art.jpg
Promotional single by Linkin Park from the album Minutes to Midnight
FormatExclusive release
GenreAlternative metal
Length3:41 (Album Version)
5:06 (Live)
  • Warner Bros.
  • Machine Shop.
Writer(s)Linkin Park
  • Mike Shinoda
  • Rick Rubin

"No More Sorrow" is a song by American rock band Linkin Park. The song serves as eighth track off their third studio album, Minutes to Midnight. The song was performed live and was included in the live album Road to Revolution: Live at Milton Keynes. The live version of the song was released as a promotional single in 2008.[1]


  • 1 Composition
  • 2 Live
  • 3 Releases
  • 4 Critical reception
  • 5 Track listing
  • 6 Charts
  • 7 External links
  • 8 References


The song starts with an instrumental intro leading to the vocals by the band's lead singer Chester Bennington. The song was recorded at 133 BPM and is in the key of E flat Minor. Brad Delson, the band's lead guitarist, performs an "Ebow" in this song, which was originally planned for the song "The Little Things Give You Away".[2]


The song was performed live many times by the band from 2007 to 2011. The song has been a fan favorite song to be played live. The live version comes with an extended intro. The song was performed on March 14, 2007 as an AOL recording at North Hollywood, California.[3] The first public performance was at Berlin, Germany on April 28, 2007.[4] The song was performed at a concert in the Milton Keynes concert.[5] A live version of the song was also released on LP Underground 7.0.[6] The last known performance is on September 25, 2011.[7]


The song was released as the eighth track of Linkin Park's third studio album, Minutes to Midnight.[8] The song was also released on the live album, Road to Revolution: Live at Milton Keynes, and also as a promotional single.[9] A live version of the song was also released in LP Underground 7.0.[10] An 8-bit instrumental was released on the soundtrack, 8-Bit Rebellion.

Critical reception

"No More Sorrow" generally received positive reviews from critics. Rolling Stone stated "Bennington is not going over old-girlfriend ground when he promises, 'Your time is borrowed,' in the hammering thrash of 'No More Sorrow.'"[11] Billboard reviewers stated that "One can detect bits of Metallica ("No More Sorrow")".[12] Talking about softness of the album, Sputnik Music stated that "Despite the evident focus on the softer material, Minutes to Midnight does also have a few heavy moments, namely, "Given Up" and "No More Sorrow".[13] A reviewer from Ultimate Guitar stated "Very errie intro! I like! Very heavy too! I love the main riff a lot, I came up with something like that but damn, they done it better! I think the verses could be a little better, but the chorus makes up for it! Over all very different sorta song! Very dark sounding! A good song over all".[14]


Even though the song didn't chart on the Billboard Hot 100, it charted at number 24 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 singles.[15]

External links



  1. ^
  2. ^ LPA Wiki Article
  3. ^
  4. ^
  5. ^ Road to Revolution: Live at Milton Keynes#Setlist
  6. ^ LP Underground 7.0#Track listing
  7. ^
  8. ^ Minutes to Midnight (album)
  9. ^ Road to Revolution: Live at Milton Keynes#CD
  10. ^ LP Underground 7.0
  11. ^
  12. ^
  13. ^
  14. ^
  15. ^ Linkin Park discography#cite note-140

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