After an amazing giveaway that lasted five days (and had well over 200 entries!), it is finally time for us to announce the winner of the LPAssociation.com New Divide Set Piece Giveaway! There were many incredible entries submitted in those five days, and while we wish we were able to crown more than one winner, there is only one set piece available and that set piece goes to.... Drumroll please... Casey! And here is his winning entry: ""no contra!" From The Inside is not only my favorite Linkin Park song, but it's also, in my opinion, the best music video they've ever released to the public, for a variety of reasons. The video itself is a moving, political piece about the late 80s Iran-Contra scandal, which involved the US government secretly funding a group of Nicaraguan contras, of which those funds would be made by selling weapons to Iran, who were under a strict arms embargo. After Mehdi Hashemi leaked this information to the media, all hell broke loose. For you see, it was reported that the contras and the US government had joined forces to more easily bring cocaine to the United States. When the world found out, people were terrified, shocked and any other emotion you can imagine. "From the Inside" tells the tale of a young boy growing up in the midst of the Iran-Contra affair, and his explosive emotions dealing with his outrage at how his government, and his people, are reacting to this atrocity. Mobs of common citizens uniting with one another to clash with officers of the law, clad in riot gear, tanks patrolling the streets, etc. etc. Finally, his anger reaches a new height, just as Chester screams out the prophetic lyrics, "I won't waste myself on you!". His anger is physically felt, with the angry mob of citizens and police officers being pushed back forcibly, the little boy's un-drank milk shakes and spills on his parents' coffee table, while Linkin Park is unaffected, playing the final riffs of the song with added vigor, while Chester emotionally twists and turns his body, almost like he feels the entire situation with all of his being and knows the little boy's pain. That's when you realize... It's 1986, and the little boy is Chester Bennington. " We appreciate your amazing entry Casey, and as a token of our gratitude you will also be taking home a free 1 year LPU membership. Thanks Casey! And thanks to all who entered!