In a recent interview with MTV.com after the Grammy's, Linkin Park's Chester Bennington revealed that the album for his solo project Snow White Tan will be delayed until 2007, in order for him to further focus on his commitments with Linkin Park. "It was a natural decision," the singer said. "My record can wait. A good record should still sound good two years from now." In other news, the band further discussed their committments with producer Rick Rubin as well as how picking him as a producer came about. "He has produced so many of our favorite records, of everybody's favorite records, he is just so versatile," Shinoda said. "Anybody who can work with the Beastie Boys, Run-DMC, Slayer, System of a Down, Dixie Chicks and Neil Diamond, for us, that is what our sound is based upon. We like to mix different things together in a seamless way and we think Rick is a guy who understands that, "He's already given us some really great tips on new things just to get us excited about writing another record," Shinoda said. "One of the things he told of right off the bat is, 'Don't think of yourselves as this is what Linkin Park is supposed to be, you can be whatever you want to be. Write anything that comes to your mind that you like.' So I think the next record is really going to break outside the box. You will recognize it as a Linkin Park record, but something that takes it up a notch." You can find more on this interview, as well as the story behind the Paul McCartney collaboration featured on Wednesday's Grammy Awards Show here. Source: MTV.com Thanks to Paul for the news!