What was the most surprising Linkin Park song for you? From all albums

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    Nish

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    :ditto:

    Meteora: When I first heard Faint, I was amazed at how much "kick-assery" a song could possibly contain.

    A Thousand Suns: The Catalyst. When I heard the 30 second promo snippets, I hated it. And I mean, strong hate. Listened to the full song, fell in love with it. It is now, in my opinion, the best single Linkin Park have released.

    LIVING THINGS: VICTIMIZED. I was expecting it to be heavy and all that, but was completely blind-sided by Mike's rap. Did not see that coming in what was described as a thoroughly heavy song.
     
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    The most surprising for me from HT to LT is

    Papercut/Crawling
    Breaking the Habit
    Given Up/Bleed it Out/The Little Things Give You Away
    Robot Boy/Waiting for the End/Blackout
    In My Remains

    One comment on Robot Boy. It caught me by surprise in a good way. This song has a feel of R&B. It feels like R-Kelley's good ol' R&B.

    That's my opinion.
     
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    Heh, I don't really hear that much of an R&B influence in Robot Boy. Then again, I was reminded of the Lion King, of all things, when I first heard it.

    Hybrid Theory: My December
    Meteora: Nobody's Listening
    Minutes to Midnight: In Pieces
    A Thousand Suns: The Messenger
    Living Things: Castle of Glass

    Hybrid Theory EP: She Couldn't
    Reanimation: Enth E Nd
    Collision Course: Big Pimpin'/Papercut
    Other: Slow Ya Roll
     
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    Well just like most of you, I was practically blown away by The Catalyst. So many sounds jam packed into one crazy anthem. To this date is still my favorite as well! CASTLE OF GLASS AND SKIN TO BONE come in at Second. COG sounded nothing like what I had pictured in my head and yet still took my breath away. STB is a marvelous track, I imagined a slow ballad song but instead we have this song with powerful beats just pounding down all at once.
     
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    Hybrid Theory: My December
    Meteora: Breaking the Habit
    Mintes To Midnight: The Little Things Give You Away
    A Thousand Suns: The Messenger
    Living Things: Castle Of Glass
     
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    Hybrid Theory: A Place For My Head
    Meteora: None
    Minutes To Midnight: Hands Held High, The Little Things Give You Away
    A Thousand Suns: In its entirety
    Living Things: Castle of Glass, Until It Breaks
     

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