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    Vinyl Rereleases December 2016

    Figured we could afford to have a thread devoted to the new reissue campaign that just got sprung on us. I preordered The Fragile along with the limited edition instrumental/rarity package for it a moment ago along with Not the Actual Events and Broken. Will be getting the Downward Spiral and all other reissues soon. Hoping the With Teeth and Year Zero reissues go live for purchase ASAP.

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    https://store.nin.com/collections/music

    VINYL MISSION STATEMENT

    IN THESE TIMES OF NEARLY UNLIMITED ACCESS TO ALL THE MUSIC IN THE WORLD, WE’VE COME TO APPRECIATE THE VALUE AND BEAUTY OF THE PHYSICAL OBJECT. OUR STORE’S FOCUS IS ON PRESENTING THESE ITEMS TO YOU. VINYL HAS RETURNED TO BEING A PRIORITY FOR US - NOT JUST FOR THE WARMTH OF THE SOUND, BUT THE INTERACTION IT DEMANDS FROM THE LISTENER. THE CANVAS OF ARTWORK, THE WEIGHT OF THE RECORD, THE SMELL OF THE VINYL, THE DROPPING OF THE NEEDLE, THE DIFFICULTY OF SKIPPING TRACKS, THE CHANGING OF SIDES, THE SECRETS HIDDEN WITHIN, AND HAVING A PHYSICAL OBJECT THAT EXISTS IN THE REAL WORLD WITH YOU… ALL PART OF THE EXPERIENCE AND MAGIC.

    DIGITAL FORMATS AND STREAMING ARE GREAT AND CERTAINLY CONVENIENT, BUT THE IDEAL WAY I’D HOPE A LISTENER EXPERIENCE MY MUSIC IS TO GRAB A GREAT SET OF HEADPHONES, SIT WITH THE VINYL, DROP THE NEEDLE, HOLD THE JACKET IN YOUR HANDS LOOKING AT THE ARTWORK (WITH YOUR FUCKING PHONE TURNED OFF) AND GO ON A JOURNEY WITH ME.
    -TRENT REZNOR
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    http://www.nin.com/nine-inch-nails-r...eissued-vinyl/

    ALL NINE INCH NAILS RECORDS BEING REISSUED ON VINYL

    TRENT REZNOR AND NIN ART DIRECTOR JOHN CRAWFORD SET OUT TO MAKE THE “DEFINITIVE EDITIONS” OF ALL THE MAIN NIN RELEASES ON VINYL. REZNOR: “WE WANT TO PRESENT THE CATALOG AS IT WAS INTENDED TO BE, WITH NO COMPROMISES. THAT MEANS A CAREFUL REMASTERING OF THE AUDIO FROM THE ORIGINAL SOURCES, A CAREFUL AND PAINSTAKING RECREATION OF THE ARTWORK, PRISTINE MATERIALS, SOME SURPRISES AND AN INSANE ATTENTION TO DETAIL THAT YOU PROBABLY WON’T NOTICE… BUT IT MATTERS TO US. NO EXTRA BULLSHIT AND GIMMICKS – THE “REAL” RECORDS IN THEIR TRUEST FORM AVAILABLE AT A REASONABLE PRICE.”

    THE FIRST THREE DEFINITIVE EDITIONS (BROKEN, THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL AND THE FRAGILE) ARE AVAILABLE FOR PREORDER NOW IN THE NIN STORE (SHIPPING SPRING ’17), WITH THE REST TO FOLLOW IN ’17.
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    BROKEN
    2017 DEFINITIVE EDITION
    1XLP + 7 + HI RES DIGITAL
    $ 25.00
    THIS IS A PREORDER ITEM AND IS EXPECTED TO SHIP SPRING 2017
    HIGH RESOLUTION DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE 12:01AM PST 12/22

    THE DEFINITIVE VERSION OF BROKEN, METICULOUSLY PREPARED BY TRENT REZNOR AND NIN ART DIRECTOR JOHN CRAWFORD.
    REMASTERED IN 2016 ON 180GRAM VINYL WITH REMASTERED ARTWORK + SECRETS INCLUDED.

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    https://store.nin.com/collections/mu...ral-vinyl-2017
    https://nin-uk.myshopify.com/collect...ral-vinyl-2017

    THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL
    2017 DEFINITIVE EDITION
    2XLP + HI RES DIGITAL
    $ 35.00
    THIS IS A PREORDER ITEM AND IS EXPECTED TO SHIP SPRING 2017
    HIGH RESOLUTION DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE 12:01AM PST 12/22

    THE DEFINITIVE VERSION OF THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL, METICULOUSLY PREPARED BY TRENT REZNOR AND NIN ART DIRECTOR JOHN CRAWFORD.
    REMASTERED 2016 AUDIO ON 180-GRAM VINYL, REMASTERED ARTWORK AND MORE.

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    https://store.nin.com/collections/mu...nitive-edition
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    THE FRAGILE
    2017 DEFINITIVE EDITION
    3XLP + HI RES DIGITAL
    $ 45.00
    THIS IS A PREORDER ITEM AND IS EXPECTED TO SHIP SPRING 2017
    HIGH RESOLUTION DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE 12:01AM PST 12/22

    THE DEFINITIVE VERSION OF THE FRAGILE, METICULOUSLY PREPARED BY TRENT REZNOR AND NIN ART DIRECTOR JOHN CRAWFORD.
    REMASTERED FROM THE ORIGINAL SOURCES IN 2016 ON 180-GRAM VINYL, WITH LOTS OF DETAILS ATTENDED TO THAT YOU MAY NEVER NOTICE BUT WE CARE ABOUT.









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    The website crashed. How much is this reissue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020k View Post
    The website crashed. How much is this reissue?
    The Fragile is 45 dollars. The Deviations version is 80 USD and limited release, so get it ASAP if you want it. Almost all others are 25-30 and Not the Actual Events is 20.

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    is this it? The fragile remastered?

    OMG THE FRAGILE DEVIATIONS HAS MORE TRACKS!!!!

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    Broken reissue comes with the 7" single for Suck/Physical

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    DIGITAL FORMATS AND STREAMING ARE GREAT AND CERTAINLY CONVENIENT, BUT THE IDEAL WAY I’D HOPE A LISTENER EXPERIENCE MY MUSIC IS TO GRAB A GREAT SET OF HEADPHONES, SIT WITH THE VINYL, DROP THE NEEDLE, HOLD THE JACKET IN YOUR HANDS LOOKING AT THE ARTWORK (WITH YOUR FUCKING PHONE TURNED OFF) AND GO ON A JOURNEY WITH ME.
    -TRENT REZNOR

    Meh, who even has a record player?

    I first "experienced" NIN live and in person (MY ideal way ever since) in 1991, and then spent YEARS listening on cassette. Hasn't bothered me one bit.

    To each their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzburbank View Post
    DIGITAL FORMATS AND STREAMING ARE GREAT AND CERTAINLY CONVENIENT, BUT THE IDEAL WAY I’D HOPE A LISTENER EXPERIENCE MY MUSIC IS TO GRAB A GREAT SET OF HEADPHONES, SIT WITH THE VINYL, DROP THE NEEDLE, HOLD THE JACKET IN YOUR HANDS LOOKING AT THE ARTWORK (WITH YOUR FUCKING PHONE TURNED OFF) AND GO ON A JOURNEY WITH ME.
    -TRENT REZNOR

    Meh, who even has a record player?

    I first "experienced" NIN live and in person (MY ideal way ever since) in 1991, and then spent YEARS listening on cassette. Hasn't bothered me one bit.

    To each their own.
    a lot of people, actually. we have a very active vinyl collectors unite thread here on the board.

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    Do we agree that except "TF deviations", all reissues aren't limited edition ?

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    The Fragile: Deviations 1 - Limited Edition 4xLP (Spring 2017)

    I can't get to the site. Is the Fragile: Deviations all previously unreleased material or is it The Fragile with bonus tracks?

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    The site is down...how "limited" is Deviations 1?

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    PRO-TIP: nin.com doesn't work, but http://store.nin.com does and it has all the details and pre-orders there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020k View Post
    PRO-TIP: nin.com doesn't work, but http://store.nin.com does and it has all the details and pre-orders there.
    Not working for me.

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    Goodbye Christmas bonus

    Hello Christmas boner

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    Here's the updated album cover.


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    Hold the FUCKIN phone...why is TSN on here...it says "remaster 2016 audio on 180 gram vinyl"??

    SOLD OUT -- Is there a new version or not? And how is it already sold out.

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    ALSO, if you scroll down a bit in the music section of the store, W_T, TZ, and The Slip are confirmed as going to be reissued on vinyl as well.

    TSN is a 2010 pressing, if you look closely.

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    I grabbed the Fragile Deviations and the new EP on vinyl as well.

    Can we assume that the "definitive editions" are not limited? I don't wanna blow all this cash at once, had to get the essential stuff now, will wait to order those EPs after the holidays. Just hoping they will be around whenever, and not just limited (although on second look it doesn't say those are limited).

    Crazy day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigpen View Post
    Well, given the fact that the re-issue of PHM is still readily available, I'd say it's safe to assume the "non-limited" versions of things will be around when you're ready to buy em.

    That word "limited" sure did light a fire under my ass though!!!
    Ordered the "Physical Component" version of Events and Deviations I because of it! Goood fuckin' way to spend $100, though!

    Awesome. Yes! I know, I had a sudden urge to BUY.

    Also, while prices are more than fair for definitive versions, I'll need to wait a bit. For now I'm so happy, what an awesome thing... this is certainly a welcome surprise.

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    damnit... I do not have the money required to invest in more vinyl right now. I pre-ordered the new EP on digital plus physical whatever, but I'm just gonna hope somebody posts the digital tracks for Deviations online.

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    Did anyone get a second TSN vinyl? I will pay face value PLUS extra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reznor2112 View Post
    Did anyone get a second TSN vinyl? I will pay face value PLUS extra.
    it's the 2010 pressing, not a new pressing. calm down, bud! (not being patronizing, actually care about you)

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    it's the 2010 pressing, not a new pressing. calm down, bud! (not being patronizing, actually care about you)
    (Heavy panting) love ya bud haha

    For some reason though it says 2016 audio with new artwork. What would be the reason for adding that to the store if it is already sold out from a few years ago?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reznor2112 View Post
    (Heavy panting) love ya bud haha

    For some reason though it says 2016 audio with new artwork. What would be the reason for adding that to the store if it is already sold out from a few years ago?
    there's a few things on the site that are similar (the ghosts set is on there under OBJECTS) despite having been sold out for quite a while.

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    Hilarious to think that almost a year ago to the day, I was ponying up $350 for CITB, and today I'm parting with virtually the same amount for catalogue vinyl reissues + new stuff

    Being a NIN diehard has seldom not been an expensive enterprise, but it's always worth it, from album packages to tour packages.

    This vinyl reissue campaign is also a godsend for those of us who own the now-pricey original pressings of TDS, Broken, Fragile, YZ and WT..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conan The Barbarian View Post
    Wow. Do people really have nothing better to do than audio-analyze every fucking piece of music they hear, and then run straight to the internet to bitch about it? FFS, overthinking things much?

    Are people's lives really that affected by this shit? I listen to the digital files of the new remasters (on excellent headphones) and I have no complaints whatsoever.

    Some people seriously just bitch to bitch. Go get a new set of ears then, if you're such a victim of this brickwall compression conspiracy.

    I can't imagine what kind of life that must be, where you're not happy with anything you're hearing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYRexall View Post
    Wow. Do people really have nothing better to do than audio-analyze every fucking piece of music they hear, and then run straight to the internet to bitch about it? FFS, overthinking things much?

    Are people's lives really that affected by this shit? I listen to the digital files of the new remasters (on excellent headphones) and I have no complaints whatsoever.

    Some people seriously just bitch to bitch. Go get a new set of ears then, if you're such a victim of this brickwall compression conspiracy.

    I can't imagine what kind of life that must be, where you're not happy with anything you're hearing..
    Here's the most interesting comment in that thread:

    "Everything through the fragile was tracked to 2" and then dumped into the digital realm at 16 bit. "

    In other words, the poster is saying that all NIN albums up to and including The Fragile were recorded analog. I always assumed they were recorded digitally (since that was quite common by the late 80's/early 90's and Trent seems to have always been pretty tech-centric). That would explain how we just got 24 bit 96 kHz files. (If they were recorded digitally they probably would have been 16 bit 44.1-48 kHz based on the time period.)

    Anybody know more about this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepless View Post
    Here's the most interesting comment in that thread:

    "Everything through the fragile was tracked to 2" and then dumped into the digital realm at 16 bit. "

    In other words, the poster is saying that all NIN albums up to and including The Fragile were recorded analog. I always assumed they were recorded digitally (since that was quite common by the late 80's/early 90's and Trent seems to have always been pretty tech-centric). That would explain how we just got 24 bit 96 kHz files. (If they were recorded digitally they probably would have been 16 bit 44.1-48 kHz based on the time period.)

    Anybody know more about this?
    In the 90s they would track to analogue tape because that was the professional standard, but much of NIN's post-production was done in a computer. Starting with The Fragile computers began to replace the tape machine but much of the signal chain was still analogue (including mixing on an SSL 4000G+ console).

    Mastering is usually also done with analogue gear and they captured Tom Baker's remasters for the new Definitive Editions at 24/96 regardless of the source.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYRexall View Post
    Wow. Do people really have nothing better to do than audio-analyze every fucking piece of music they hear
    I have an honest question. Is it the fact that the people (I know I'm one) analyze every fucking piece of music, or is it the complaining? I personally try to post information and keep the bitching out of it.

    As far as overanalyzing, I think putting NIN through a DR meter is a bit silly (and of course inaccurate). But whatever, I was just curious because I know some people just roll their eyes when they see a DR table or spectrogram.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    I have an honest question. Is it the fact that the people (I know I'm one) analyze every fucking piece of music, or is it the complaining? I personally try to post information and keep the bitching out of it.
    Heh. That post I made last night was a little psychotic, perhaps. I'm laughing about it today though.

    Honestly, I think it has more to do with people on the internet just whining in general about TR's output in the last decade. I don't care either way if someone prefers one album but dislikes another, or doesn't believe something like Year Zero is as revelatory as I do.

    It's the constant bitching on the internet (not here) every time there's a new release: Trent went pussy on Hes. Marks...his film score stuff is too quiet...Year Zero was a mess...he sounds like Fall Out Boy on The Slip...this new EP sounds lazy and uninspired, and it's too loud...

    I'm sorry...which Trent Reznor are these people hoping for? The Purest Feeling TR? We've been screaming for years about hi-def album remasters and now we're going to bitch about those too?

    It's fucking ridiculous. I think a lot of people just put way too much thought into this whole audio thing. If everything is being made so wrong, then go be a world class audio engineer and save us all, FFS. I'm willing to bet 3/4 of the dipshits complaining about the new EP/reissues didn't even put a dime toward them to begin with.

    None of this is a slight towards anyone here, either. Dudes like @botley and @neorev clearly have a grasp on this shit and always seem willing to explain it in a way those who don't can understand, without acting like elitist dicks about it.

    That guy in the reddit thread? I hope he loses sleep over it, keeps wasting his time on music he can't sit through, and loses his girlfriend due to his little schoolboy bitching. That's all I got out of that whole thing..

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    I'd just like to say how wonderful it is that, in an era of people doing limited, low-quality and overpriced rereleases of albums on vinyl, TR & Co. have gone the extra mile and rereleased literally every major studio LP with remastered art and audio while keeping the prices at totally reasonable amounts and making almost all of them available to order all at once. Class fuckin' act.

    Also it is so amazing to finally for once in my life have money for something like that Deviations set

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