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Linkin Park and Warner Records no longer plan to see each other in Hell

Billboard reports that Linkin Park will likely record again for Warner Records, despite last May’s dust-up over IPO dough.
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Meanwhile, Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda seems to have suffered no reduction in self-esteem as a result of the time off with his side project, Fort Minor:

“[Linkin Park] DJ Joseph Hahn came to our show in Los Angeles,” Shinoda says. “He didn’t even say hi. He didn’t even say great show. He just walked straight up to me and said, ‘Listen to me. When you go on stage with your side project, it can’t be this good. You’re not allowed. It’s not fair.’”

Clearly, such a humble MC couldn’t have caused the brouhaha with Warners.

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