In Between

Album: Minutes To Midnight (2007)
  • Singer Chester Bennington in Kerrang! Magazine: "I knew that Mike (Shinoda) should really sing this song. I tried it once, I did a good job, but it just didn't have the power of Mike's performance because he really believed what he was singing. Whatever it is that the motherf--ker is apologizing for on this track, he's f--king serious! It comes from the most sincere and heartfelt place."

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