Recorded in the Milton Keynes Bowl in June last year, 'Road to Revolution' is Linkin Park's second ever live DVD - and first Blu-ray release.
The Blu-ray edition came out last week, capturing the concert in high definition and surround sound, and also capturing Jay-Z's first live performance with the band outside of the US. The set covered material from all of their three studio albums: Hybrid Theory, Meteora and Minutes to Midnight, and the package includes three hidden tracks ('Somewhere I Belong', 'Papercut' and 'Points of Authority') as well as a booklet, featuring exclusive live shots of the band.
The Blu-ray disk runs for just shy of 90 minutes and retails for £13.61.
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@allgigs just entered this competition to win a Blu-ray copy of Road to Revolution by Linkin Park http://tinyurl.com/allgigslinkinparkblu
If you're not a Twitterer, you can enter by clicking the "Enter Competition" button, at the bottom of this article. You will be required to enter your email and postal address (so that we can send the disk to you), but you will absolutely not be spammed!
We'll only accept entrants from the UK/ Ireland - sorry!
The competition closes at midnight on Tuesday 7th July. As usual, the winner will be picked at random. Good luck!