Linkin Park fans should be excited to know that the band plans to professionally record all of their live sets during their Projekt Revolution '07 tour and allow fans who attended a show to download digital copies of that specific performance. Mike and Dave revealed this information in a recent radio interview with Rockline. Mike had this to say: "Lemme put it this way, every time you hear bootlegs of live shows on the Internet, it's always, like, board mixes or somebody's cellphone mix...they always sound terrible, regardless of how the song's played, you know? And in our case, we hear a lot of that stuff out there, and we thought, well, wouldn't it be nice if you could go to the show and buy the show? And at our show, you will be able to. You'll be able to go and pick up the show, and it'll download to you, and you'll be able to have that in your music player." Update: Fans will be able to purchase their concert at merchandise booths at the concert, upon which time they'll receive a registration code for Live.LinkinPark.com. The audio files will be available within three business days of that concert date, and fans will have three days from the point they're posted online to download the songs. Projekt Revolution kicked off today in Auburn, Washington. Source: Rockline Thanks to Neil, tasta, and JNudda!