"Oh my. This is, well, bloody amazing," writes Rebecca Schiller about the remix.
"Wretches and Kings" originally appeared on Linkin Park's divisive album A Thousand Suns, a record that confused some fans with its forays into progressive ambiance and political themes.
The remix falls into the duo's dubstep style, playing up the hip-hop vibe of the original, with glitchy, heavy bass rumbling beneath proclamations by Chuck D. of Public Enemy and a sample of Mario Savio's famous "put your bodies on the gears" speech.
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The track comes with some rumors that Linkin Park is working on a remix album, with both NME and Some Kind of Awesome reporting that Glitch Mob, Diplo, The KickDrums, Get Busy Committee, and more may be involved.
We profiled DJ J-Paul, the Phoenix half of HavocNdeeD, recently as part of our DJ Dossier column, where he discussed dubstep, industrial music, and his Mormonism.
The Hundreds Soundcloud page features the song: