Chester Bennington's carpool karaoke released by Linkin Park

Kevork Djansezian—Reuters

Kevork Djansezian—Reuters

The 'Carpool Karaoke' that Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington recorded in the week before his death has been released.

A happy looking Chester is seen sitting up front in the vehicle alongside Ken, Mike Shinoda and Joe Hahn singing the band's songs Numb, In The End and Talking To Myself, plus covers of Outkast hit Hey Ya!, Lynyrd Skynyrd's Sweet Home Alabama and Aerosmith's I Don't Want to Miss A Thing.

The actor responds: "It feels like a band already". With Bennington behind the wheel, the collective offers up OutKast's "Hey Ya", the Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Under the Bridge" and Linkin Park's own 2003 hit "Numb" while cruising through the streets.

It's a fun 20 minutes of radio singing, with Bennington mentioning at one point, "This is probably the greatest day of my life". The group ends the trip on a bus where it offers covers of "Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynyrd Skynyrd and "I don't wanna miss a thing" by Aerosmith.

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The band is planning on donating all earnings from the show to Music for Relief's One More Light fund which was started after Chester's.

Bennington died on what would have been the 53rd birthday of his late friend Chris Cornell, the lead singer of Soundgarden and Audioslave, who killed himself in May this year.

Meanwhile, Ken Jeong tweeted that he was "in shock and heartbroken".

Linkin Park developed a worldwide following in the late 1990s and 2000s with their abrasive, emotional mix of hard rock and hip-hop.

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