Nostalgia is pretty strong lately, huh?
Following the news last week that My Chemical Romance's classic album 'Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge' had re-entered the US album chart for the first time in 14 years, now Linkin Park have followed suit.
This week Linkin Park's classic album 'Hybrid Theory' has re-entered the US album charts for the first time since July 2017.
It entered the album charts at number 191 this week - the chart week that also marked what would have been Chester Bennington's 43rd birthday.
'Hybrid Theory' peaked at number two on the album charts in December 2002 - over two years after its original release. In total it's spent 230 weeks in the chart (that's almost four and a half years).
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