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Product Description Signed in black marker on cover by Jay-Z and two members of Linkin Park. DVD – Tracks: 1. Dirt Off Your Shoulder/Lying From You 2. Big Pimpin’/Papercut 3. Jigga What/Faint 4. Numb/Encore 5. Izzo/In The End 6.
Points Of Authority/99 Problems/One Step Closer Special features: “MTV Ultimate Mash-Ups photo gallery, 5.1 surround sound. CD – Tracks: 1. Dirt Off Your Shoulder/Lying From You 2. Big Pimpin’/Papercut 3. Jigga What/Faint 4. Numb/Encore 5. Izzo/In The End 6.
Points Of Authority/99 Problems/One Step Closer Enhanced CD includes links to bonus content, photos and more.
. ' Released: December 13, 2004 Collision Course is a collaborative EP from American rapper and band, released on November 30, 2004 by, and records. From Linkin Park's catalog, Collision Course features 3 songs of their's from and 4 from. Before the album, Jay-Z had released collaborations with and, and Linkin Park had collaborated with various artists on their remix album. The album was inspired by by, which was a mash-up album between Jay-Z and.
Had originally planned on mashing up only one or two songs, but the project was eventually expanded to a six-song. The album was mostly produced by and Jay-Z, and was recorded between July 16 and July 19. Upon release, Collision Course reached #1 on the. As of August 2017, it was certified 2x Multi-Platinum by the. The album spawned one single, which eventually won at the 2006. Contents. Overview Due to its short running time at 21:18, with six tracks in total included on the disc, the release has been identified as an.
All of the tracks included are combining songs by both artists. The DVD contains behind-the-scenes new footage of the making of the album, as well as the second take of all of the Collision Course songs at on July 18, 2004. Also included are the five scenes from the concert shown on MTV Ultimate Mash-Ups and a picture gallery. The first single released from the EP, ', achieved significant airplay on the charts, and stayed on 6 months after its release.
'Points of Authority/99 Problems/One Step Closer' was also released to the radio in the US, but was never featured on the – the videos for both that track and 'Jigga What/Faint' were also seen on in the UK. 'Izzo/In the End' was also heavily promoted on the official Linkin Park websites.
It is the second EP ever (after ' in 1994) to top the Billboard 200, going on to sell over 300,000 copies in its first week. Background and production revealed in his 2004 Grammy acceptance speech that he would be mashing up with Jay-Z for a record under MTV's Mash Ups show.
The network allowed Jay-Z to choose a group or artist for the mash-up. Jay contacted Shinoda, who began experimenting with mixing the tracks before sending some examples to him. As a result, Jay-Z began working with Shinoda through email.
The two decided that instead of combining the existing tracks for the live performance on MTV, they wanted to re-work and re-record parts of the songs to make them fit better. Shinoda explains, 'Jay and I realized it's better to re-perform the rap vocals if you're gonna do it to a new beat because the vibe changes and you have to deliver your verse a little differently.' Shinoda asked his bandmates to re-record instrumental and vocal tracks as well, and ultimately both parties decided they wanted to release the studio tracks. The entire album was put together within four days.
Sometimes, behind-the-scenes audio can be heard within the album, such as Jay-Z saying 'You're wasting your talent, Randy!' Before 'Big Pimpin'/Papercut', or Shinoda saying 'This is fun' before 'Izzo/In the End'. Collision Course was the first album of Linkin Park that contained a sticker, since most of Jay-Z's verses contain profanity (although Shinoda and are also heard swearing in the album). This album was also made in an edited/censored version. Linkin Park wouldn't use profanities themselves until in 2007. However, the clean version of the album left the words 'bitch', 'ass', and 'hoes' uncensored, which means that '/' is the same on the clean and explicit versions.
A year after the release of Collision Course, Jay-Z was the executive producer on Mike Shinoda's solo effort 's. Also, the song 'High Road' from the same record talks about how some critics negatively received Collision Course. Critical reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating C− HipHopDX (3/10) RapReviews (7.5/10) (unfavorable) Kriss Method Critics gave mixed reviews to Collision Course. David Jeffries of praised the album, calling it 'awesomely fun'.
Tindal of HipHopDX also equally praised the album, saying that the project 'will open a passageway for artists who want to dare to be different as well as those who want to work hard to maintain that difference.' Steve Juon of RapReviews called the album 'an experiment which bodes well since for the most part these two artists compliment each other.' Meanwhile, Raymond Fiore of, gave a negative review of the album, saying that the pairing of Linkin Park and Jay-Z 'comes off like a sanitized nonevent.' The song ', a mash-up of ' by and ' by, won at the.
Track listing No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. '/Lying from You'. Linkin Park. S. Carter.
N. Landsberg. J. Weinstein.
T. Produced and mixed by Mike Shinoda. Arranged by Brad Delson and Mike Shinoda. Engineered by Mike Shinoda, John Ewing and Mark Kiczula. Mastered by Brain 'Big Bass' Gardner at Bernie Grundman Mastering. Executive producers: Shawn Carter and Linkin Park.
A&R: Tom Whalley. A&R coordination for Warner Bros. Records: Marny Cameron. Marketing director: Peter Standish. A&R coordinator: Michael 'Stick' Stefrin. Production coordinator: Ryan DeMarti. Sample clearance: Eric Weissman for Sample Clearance Limited.
Executive producers: Rob McDermott and John Meneilly. Creative direction for Warner Bros. Records: Ellen Wakayama. Project art direction: THE FLEM and Mike Shinoda. Cover art direction and design: THE FLEM. Cover and all interior line art illustrations:. Digipak and booklet art direction and design: Lawrence Azerrad for LAD.
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