MTV has posted a fairly positive track-by-track review of the new album here. An interesting excerpt from the article has Chester commenting on the birth of "The Little Things That Give You Away", a song MTV deems "the best thing Linkin Park have ever done", saying; "We were writing these harmonies before we went down to New Orleans on the first anniversary of the [Katrina] disaster. And when we were down there, we were talking to these people who lived in the Ninth Ward. One of the lines, about 'water gray, coming through the windows,' was taken from what one older gentleman told me. The feeling I got down there was not a good one. For my whole life, I was spoon-fed what a great country this is, and I just didn't get that feeling from that trip. I didn't understand how we could spend $120 billion a year on killing people in other countries, but we only allocated $1 billion to rebuilding lives here. It really bothered me. ... I felt sick about it. So I wrote the lyrics. Mike and I had a discussion, and he said, 'Why don't you go write about Katrina?' So I did ... and I put it to the melody we had been working on, and it just fit perfectly." Source: MTV.com Thanks to EagleMorph!