Linkin Park have released their fifth album already and it's safe to say: these guys will be sticking around for a little while longer. Each of their five albums have had wildly distinctive sounds, but with each album, who do you think was the band's stand-out member? For example: - Living Things: I think Rob Bourdon's drumming really took top honours this time around. From his KRAAAAAZY banging in "Victimized", to the steam chug of "Castle of Glass" and the deep booms of "Roads Untraveled", Rob just took this one out of the "Park". Mike Shinoda takes the honourable mention for his earth-shaking raps and his maturity as a vocalist. - A Thousand Suns: Chester, for his incredibly varied sound. Mike again takes the honourable mention for his incredible interplay with Chester. - Minutes to Midnight: Brad's skills on the guitar really got the spotlight in this album, especially with the likes of "In Pieces". Honourable mentions go to Chester, who proved to me that his voice didn't need digital manipulating for incredible sounds. - Meteora: Mike goes all out with his swagger in my least favourite album, and he does it with such confidence. Chester gets an honourable nod for being able to belt out all those screams. - Hybrid Theory: Joe takes the cake in HT. His mixing and scratching really distinguished LP from other rock bands for me. HM go to Chester & Mike, who are really inseparable in this album; their interplay really put LP on the map. Who was the stand-out in each album for you?