Although rooted in alternative metal, Linkin Park became one of the most successful acts of the 2000s by welcoming elements of hip-hop, modern rock, and atmospheric electronica into their music. The band's rise was indebted to the aggressive rap-rock movement made popular by the likes of Korn and Limp Bizkit, a movement that paired grunge's alienation with a bold, buzzing soundtrack.Linkin Park titled their debut album Hybrid Theory, a tribute to the band's past, and released the record during the fall of 2000. "Crawling" and "In the End" were massive radio hits; the latter song even topped the U.S. Modern Rock chart while peaking at number two on the Billboard Hot 100. Come January 2002, Hybrid Theory had received three Grammy nominations and sold over seven million copies.A proper sophomore effort, Meteora, arrived in March 2003, featuring a heavier sound and stronger elements of rap-rock. Although the record spawned several modern rock hits, songs such as "Numb," "Somewhere I Belong," and "Breaking the Habit". In 2004, Collision Course was released and found the band collaborating with king-of-the-mountain rapper Jay-Z, resulting in a number of mashups that sampled from both artists' catalogs. Minutes to Midnight was later released in 2007, debuting at number one in several countries and spawning the Top Ten single "What I've Done." In 2010, the band teamed up with Rick Rubin again to produce its fourth studio album, A Thousand SunsWith the band having a goal of releasing a new album every 18 months, Linkin Park made good on that promise in 2012 with their Rick Rubin-produced fifth album, Living Things. Entitled The Hunting Party, Linkin Park's latest album was produced by the bandmembers themselves and is slated for release in June 2014.