We started the band as Xero 818. That was the name of the band, that was the name of the studio where we started recording the demos, and the name of the demo we sent in to the record label. The demo would have been called Xero 818, it would have had our name on it. The demo was a 12-song demo, the first 12 songs we ever wrote. The record label decided to take it for a ride. They liked the demo, but they wanted a more radio-ready song. And so in order to do that, they asked us to write a song called Somewhere I Belong. And we wrote that song, and played that song, and that's what the label chose, and that's what the album became. And so I think the irony is Runaway is kind of that story. We started the band, we were called Xero, and then there were a bunch of other Xeros. We changed the band's name to Hybrid Theory. They told us we had to change the name, and we changed it to Linkin Park, and then we're Linkin Park, and the album became Hybrid Theory.
[Spoken intro:] We say Happy New Year. We're watching Rumy's story for you.In spite of life's ups and downs, Rumy never gave up. Born second of four children to a father who was the sole provider and her mother, who was a housewife, Rumy grew up in a one-room shack without plumbing or electricity. She was a dreamer, though, and as a teenager, she saved her pocket money to buy a typewriter. One day she typed out a story, then another, then another. She printed them out and sent them to a publisher, hoping they'd at least publish her first book. She was accepted!
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