Linkin Park - In The End

Cover Linkin Park - In The End
CD-Maxi
Warner Bros. 9362 42411 2 (au)
Cover Linkin Park - In The End
CD-Single
Warner Bros. 9362424122 (au)

Charts

Binnenkomst:17/11/2001 (Positie 94)
Laatste week notering:29/07/2017 (Positie 49)
Piekpositie:11 (1 week)
Chartrun:
Aantal weken:26
Positie aller tijden:733 (1751 Punten)
In de landen:
ch  Piek: 4 / Weken: 33
de  Piek: 4 / Weken: 25
at  Piek: 6 / Weken: 25
fr  Piek: 23 / Weken: 19
nl  Piek: 11 / Weken: 26
be  Piek: 12 / Weken: 19 (V)
  Piek: 26 / Weken: 8 (W)
se  Piek: 3 / Weken: 16
fi  Piek: 19 / Weken: 1
dk  Piek: 3 / Weken: 15
it  Piek: 5 / Weken: 19
es  Piek: 33 / Weken: 0
au  Piek: 4 / Weken: 17
nz  Piek: 10 / Weken: 20

Tracks

23/08/2001
CD-Single Warner Bros. 9362424122 (Warner) [au] / EAN 0093624241225
Toon detailsAlles beluisteren
1.In The End
  3:38
2.A Place For My Head (Live)
3:12
3.Step Up (1999 Demo)
3:54
Extras:
'A Place For My Head' Live At Docklands Arena, London, UK.
   
24/09/2001
CD 1 - CD-Maxi Warner Bros. 9362 42411 2 (Warner) [au] / EAN 0093624241126
Toon detailsAlles beluisteren
1.In The End
  3:37
2.In The End (Live)
3:28
3.Points Of Authority (Live)
3:32
4.In The End (Video)
3:45
Extras:
'In The End' Live BBC Radio One.
'Points Of Authority' Live At Docklands Arena, London, UK.
   

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3:36Hybrid TheoryWarner
9362-47755-2
Album
CD
24/10/2000
3:38In The EndWarner Bros.
9362424122
Single
CD-Single
23/08/2001
3:37In The End [CD 1]Warner Bros.
9362 42411 2
Single
CD-Maxi
24/09/2001
Live3:28In The End [CD 1]Warner Bros.
9362 42411 2
Single
CD-Maxi
24/09/2001
Video3:45In The End [CD 1]Warner Bros.
9362 42411 2
Single
CD-Maxi
24/09/2001
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Linkin Park   Artiestenpagina

Singles - Dutch Charts
TitelBinnenkomstPiekWeken
One Step Closer03/03/2001578
Papercut29/09/2001393
In The End17/11/20011126
Crawling27/04/2002454
Points Of Authority10/08/2002545
Somewhere I Belong22/03/20031410
Faint14/06/2003208
Numb20/09/2003754
Breaking The Habit26/06/20044110
Numb / Encore (Jay-Z / Linkin Park)27/11/2004524
What I've Done14/04/20072812
Bleed It Out18/08/2007794
New Divide20/06/2009688
The Catalyst07/08/2010952
Burn It Down21/04/20125910
Heavy (Linkin Park feat. Kiiara)29/07/20171001
 
Albums - Dutch Charts
TitelBinnenkomstPiekWeken
Hybrid Theory03/03/20011383
Reanimation10/08/2002418
Meteora29/03/2003244
Live In Texas29/11/20034319
Collision Course (Jay-Z / Linkin Park)04/12/2004931
Minutes To Midnight19/05/2007222
Road To Revolution - Live At Milton Keynes29/11/20085410
A Thousand Suns18/09/2010713
Living Things30/06/2012114
Recharged02/11/2013342
The Hunting Party21/06/2014816
One More Light27/05/2017517
 
DVD Music - Dutch Charts
TitelBinnenkomstPiekWeken
Shadow Of The Day - Live 2010 [DVD]05/08/2017231
 

Reviews

Puntengemiddelde: 4.98 (Reviews: 247)

Alleen de Nederlands- en Engelstalige reviews worden getoond: Alle talen tonen
25/08/2004 22:56
zadranin
******
'I tried so hard and get so far, but in the end i doesn't even matter'....really strong lyrics...this one is pretty good!!
11/12/2005 00:29
Jordan*w*
*****
Guter song von Linkin Park =) gefällt mir!
10/05/2006 12:29
okii
*****
strong

Snormobiel Beusichem
******
▒ IJzersterke plaat van de Californische rockband "Linkin Park" uit september 2001 !!! Behoort nog altijd tot één van hun best verkochte platen in Nederland !!! Persoonlijk kom ik ook nog altijd op 6 sterren uit !!! (NL Top 40: 19 wk / # 5) ☺!!!

Hijinx
*****
One of, if not their best.
Laatst gewijzigd: 15/06/2010 07:02

nirvanamusic87
******
This song is immense brings back great memories at school. The lyrics and melodies are super.

1st UK top 10.

24 weeks in the UK top 100.

1 week UK top 10. UK#8.
17 weeks Polish top 10. Poland#1 (4 weeks).
Ireland#20.

Taiwan#1 (1 week).

13 weeks US top 10. US#2.

Brazil#1 (1 week).

3 weeks top 10. World Chart#10.

618,000 copies sold in the UK.

Re-entry:UK#14 July 2017 RIP Chester Bennington.
Laatst gewijzigd: 18/08/2017 23:07

BeansterBarnes
*****
Will always be reguarded as one of their best.

Peaked at #6 on my personal chart.
Laatst gewijzigd: 18/10/2012 08:49

antonnalan
******
One of their best. Was a big hit on American Radio too surprisingly.

jeankeL
******
misschien wel mijn favoriete plaat aller tijden. geweldige rapstrofen van mike shinoda gecombineerd met de geweldige stem van chester bennington. veel beter kan het echt niet worden!
Laatst gewijzigd: 21/06/2010 19:21

zxcvcxz
******
excellent. very well done.
Laatst gewijzigd: 11/09/2010 04:38

bluezombie
******
Their best by far and one of the best overall of 2001/2002.

BillyBrett
*****
Previously my favourite song of theirs until What I've Done came along. An absolutely brilliant song. And a deserved hit in Australia

Chris A
******
my fav LP song ever!

Topbart
*****
heerlijke bijna agressieve rockplaat yeah!!!!!

irelander
******
Epic.

D Man
****
Good track. Easier listening than 'One Step Closer'.

liam99
******
Super Track by Linkin Park .

gherkin
*****
Van mij mogen ze dit soort muziek zeker maken. Geslaagd met vlag en wimpel.

stevometal
******
Epic!

KingBandicoot
******
Probably Linkin Park's best. The chorus works well with the rapping part and I like the meaning being expressed through the lyrics.

LLonden
*****
Goed nummer

bjorn614
*****
Leuk rockplaatje

Supersok
*****
niets meer aan toe te voegen! HIT!

wefoundove
****
top

TravD
******
One of the greatest tracks of the 2000's!!! A very excellent track from start to finish, with a great production going on. Such an epic track!!!

alleyt1989
******
Really great track. I loved this song when it came out, especially the angst of the chorus and third verse. Brilliant track and is my favourite from them.

Ostorm
****
Linkin Park's better songs

jayj95
******
By far, their best. With the piano at the start it kicks into another gear when Mike starts rapping, and then kicks into another gear when Chester sings the chorus. It follows that pattern until the amazing bridge, which seals the deal for me. Truly epic.

I've put my trust in you
Pushed as far as I can go
And for all this
There's only one thing you should know

I've put my trust in you
Pushed as far as I can go
And for all this
There's only one thing you should know

I tried so hard and got so far
But in the end it doesn't even matter
I had to fall to lose it all
But in the end it doesn't even matter
Laatst gewijzigd: 17/11/2013 13:19

musikmannen
*****
Good
Laatst gewijzigd: 22/02/2013 14:11

matty d
*****
5 stars

Zacco333
****
Good song. My favourite from them along with Numb

LIFTER500
*****
Cool track that got better with age.

DaveNT
****
Agree with what D Man said -> Easier listening than 'One Step Closer'.
I'm not so sure on the rap though. The rest of the song is fine. 4.3*

fterenzio
****
nice

timothy444
*****
Quite iconic really!

tigerlover
*****
sommige rocknummers zijn nog wel om aan te horen, deze is hier een goed voorbeeld van

BingTheKing
*****
hoewel ik geen liefhebber van rockmuziek ben, kan ik deze track nog wel waarderen

muzieklover
***
Aangename plaat.

Rootje
*****
Mooie ingetogen ballad van metalband Linkin Park

jaccok
******
Dit blijft een geweldig goed nummer. Ik ga voor de volle pot!!

DeejayDave
******
Zoals velen voor mij al schreven: by far hun beste single. Terecht een grote hit geweest. Kan het nog steeds woord voor woord meebleren.

Sebastiaanmember
*****
Erg goed rocknummer! R.I.P. Chester Bennington

BitchAloud
******
Amazing song that brings memories from.my childhood. Masterpiece!

HeadInAMuse
*****
It's a weird case when a famous musician who's music you don't like dies. My hostile attitude to Chester's band is very well-documented here in the form of negative reviews which are more revealing of one's need - especially in adolescence - to define themselves by hating things as much as liking things, than anything particularly noteworthy of the music. I don't really plan on deleting or re-writing them, since I barely come here anymore, and this website's hardly well-known so there's little chance of any embarrassing post haunting my years as an adult, thankfully.

But back to Chester, the outpouring of grief from so many fans was important in bringing out a perspective on popular music that had rarely gotten itself heard - that Linkin Park were a band loved by millions, and Chester was a huge icon for those fans, and has been rightfully mourned by so many. My opinion on them beforehand, had always been the 'right' opinion as far as Good Taste Signifiers goes - that they were formulaic mainstream rock part of the most widely loathed subgenre in rock history, making whiny self-pity odes to self-hate and all that. That last part - the mockery of Linkin Park as the poster boys of teen angst - is one I've been feeling particularly remorseful about, since we know now that his depression and pain was infact incredibly real and awful, and all of us here would know someone, or even ourselves who have come close to what he did. I also feel like that's been a huge problem in creating stigmas for mental health, along with things like the mockery of 'emo' culture in the late 00s, and I've came to find a virtue in believing that no matter what you think of the music, to shame someone - especially a teenager - for finding solace in such music to be a shameful act itself. The irony of course is that the cool kids making fun of Linkin Park end up finding their own music to help them deal with depression, just in the form of more 'respectable' records like Arcade Fire's Funeral or Car Seat Headrest's Teens of Denial or even Weezer's Pinkerton, whose emotional appeal isn't actually miles off from what an 'emo/scene/tumblr/etc. kid' gets from listening to Hybrid Theory, or Blurryface for a more recent example.

So, while I'm not by any means a fan of the band's music as a whole, I can recognise now there were good qualities to their music and moments when they absolutely got it right, few moreso than this song. None of the complaints of Linkin Park being a self-pitying band really hold up here, as it's actually a really restrained, mature performance. This is helped in great part because of Chester - his backing lines in the verses behind Mike Shinoda's raps, (of which basically every line is a hook) to the chorus who's hook is undeniable and - again, despite being used as a meme - has the right amount of power behind it without going unintentionally hammy in a way a song like 'Last Resort' or 'Bring Me To Life' does. His delivery in the bridge - singing one line twice, once softly, once angrily - is perfectly judged, too. Beyond the vocals, there's plenty of other stuff to dig into: the accents on the drums lining up with the rapping in the second verse as Shinoda raps "to remind myself how I tried. so. hard.", the iconic piano riff which, although programmed, slows down gracefully at the end as if it were played organically, the bed of synth strings in the verses that put it more in-line with the work of Depeche Mode than the murky swamps of Korn. It's one of those moments when all the hallmarks of a band's sound are put to their best and converge on a perfect pop song that will soundtrack parties for 2000s kids forever.
Laatst gewijzigd: 02/08/2017 14:14
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