LINKIN PARK's Collaboration With JAY-Z To Be Released Next Month

October 16, 2004

A CD/DVD package titled "Collision Course" featuring a mash-up collaboration between LINKIN PARK and rapper Jay-Z reportedly will be released Nov. 30. The CD features six tracks recorded by the band and the rapper in a studio with LINKIN PARK MC Mike Shinoda producing, while the DVD documents LINKIN PARK and Jay-Z's July 18 onstage performance in West Hollywood, Calif. The performance was produced by Matt Caltabiano and directed by Kimo Proudfoot. Caltabiano was the producer of LINKIN PARK's "In the End" video, which won the MTV award for Best Rock Video in 2002. The "Numb/Encore" single is expected to impact radio Nov. 10.

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