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What the critics thought:

"What remains is a barrage of cyber-metal elbow jabs, with just enough fluffy new-wave padding to soften the onslaught."
– Entertainment Weekly

"While they've spiffed up their sound for the dance floor, the band found some of its greatest inspiration in pop-wise hip-hop - "Lies Greed Misery," a sweet-and-sour gem, is guaranteed to make you jump."
 – Rolling Stone

"Living Things is simply a minor effort in an impressive discography, and one that should translate well to Linkin Park's live show."

"Living Things feels more like consolidation than advancement, perhaps in an attempt to pacify fans alienated by the new direction, while keeping new converts interested, too."
 – The Guardian

"Shinoda and Bennington's brotherly chemistry remains undiminished, but what troubles is how little they've matured lyrically."
– The A.V. Club

"Linkin Park will always be a compelling and watchable entity. But Living Things doesn't deliver music as interesting or as arresting as what immediately preceded it. Which comes as both a surprise and, more importantly, a shame."
- BBC Music

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