Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington tells the New York Post he doesn’t like to boast about his good financial fortune, spurred by the 14 million copies sold of the band’s debut ‘Hybrid Theory’. “A lot of great fans bought a lot of records. I don’t have a birth right to this,” he said. “I feel blessed for all this materialistic stuff, but I’d still be making music without it. My ultimate urge is to sing in front of people who want to hear me sing.”
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