Let Down

Album: Out Of Ashes (2009)


  • Linkin Park and Dead By Sunrise singer-songwriter Chester Bennington explained to MTV News how he divides his songs between the two bands. "I can kind of tell like which songs are a little too grungy, a little too punk-driven [for Linkin Park]," he said.
    Bennington added that the collaborative process with Linkin Park helps make the decision as well. "On a song like 'Let Down,' which I felt really strongly about, I really wanted that song not to change. I didn't want to go in and change the words, I didn't want to change any of the vibe, and I knew that would happen a lot taking it to Linkin Park. So it was pretty easy to figure that out."

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  • Dar from Mansfield, TxLet Down is very good it talks about not wanting to be let down and not wanting to go down that same road again.It is a very great and meaningful song.
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