Many fans have written in telling us about The Document, an album many have pegged as an official album of Linkin Park's greatest hits. We've received so many alerts that we figured it was our duty to protect gullible fans from wasting money on this album. Why? Much like the Splitting The DNA and Conspiracy Theory albums, The Document is an unofficial fan-made release designed to capitalize on Linkin Park's success by providing what are essentially mixtapes of LP music. Forum member Tasta explained it best: "All that is is the old "Conspiracy Theory" DVD plus an updated "Maximum Linkin Park" CD. It's not even being released on Warner, basically making it a glorified bootleg that isn't worth buying. The Conspiracy Theory DVD is utter crap, all it is is interviews with fans and people who claim to know the band. Maximum Linkin Park is literally just a CD of a woman reading a biography of the band. It's a load of crap that wasn't even made by the band, ignore it." So this is a buyer beware notice: This is NOT an official Linkin Park greatest hits album. Don't buy it thinking it is one. Furthermore, why would Linkin Park release a greatest hits CD at the midpoint of their careers, and at the beginning of a new recording contract? Thanks to Tasta.