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Linkin Park Covers Rolling In The Deep [VIDEO]

Linkin Park Performs At The Staples Center
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Linkin Park is currently on their A Thousand Suns World Tour and last week they made a stop in Germany.  Before the show Chester Bennington (lead singer) and Mike Shinoda (guitarist) put on a small private acoustic performance for fan club members before the show where they performed a cover of Adele‘s Rolling In The Deep.  I think he did a great job – check out the performance after the jump.

Linkin Park hasn’t been know to play the song during their set as they are mainly performing songs from their A Thousand Suns album.

How does Chester’s performance compare to Adele’s or even to David Cook’s version?

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