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    The NIN Logos :



    Surprised I didn't found anything like this before. So I made one.
    Last edited by StockAvuryah; 06-23-2018 at 08:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StockAvuryah View Post
    The NIN Logos :



    Surprised I didn't found anything like this before. So I made one.
    I want to post this to the hotline social accounts. Is that cool? I will give you credit.




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    Quote Originally Posted by StockAvuryah View Post
    The NIN Logos :

    Surprised I didn't found anything like this before. So I made one.
    Kinda impressive that despite all the variations, Talpas' original is still the true logo and simply gets edited by his successors

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweeterthan View Post
    I want to post this to the hotline social accounts. Is that cool? I will give you credit.




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    Yup but take the updated version with The Fragile and C&B&I :

    https://i.imgur.com/b2hlp6y.png

    edit : wait a minute on the youtube channel the NTAE logo seems to be similar to HM but not exactly. Oh well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StockAvuryah View Post
    Yup but take the updated version with The Fragile and C&B&I :

    https://i.imgur.com/b2hlp6y.png

    edit : wait a minute on the youtube channel the NTAE logo seems to be similar to HM but not exactly. Oh well.
    Technically you are missing one - Slip liner notes

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    I like the recent trend of cutting up the logo and using pieces of it in album and promotional art. Looks really cool, especially on merch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdean View Post
    Technically you are missing one - Slip liner notes
    What's that one ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StockAvuryah View Post
    What's that one ?
    https://rob-sheridan.com/design/nine...ls%20design/19

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    Quote Originally Posted by StockAvuryah View Post
    The NIN Logos
    Nice one.

    There are actually a lot more than that, mostly the With Teeth logo variants on the 2005 tour lithographs designed by Rob Sheridan (e.g.: http://www.nin.wiki/images/7/7a/3_23-25_05_warm-ups.jpg)
    And also there are the very different 2006 ones (don't remember the designer), like http://www.nin.wiki/images/f/f2/6_06_06-birmingham.jpg and http://www.nin.wiki/images/7/7c/6_14_06-camden.jpg

    Full listing of these in a weird order: http://www.nin.wiki/Category:Tour_Lithos

    There's also a new cropping of the NIN logo on the Europe 2018 tour shirt. You can see it here: https://twitter.com/ninlive/status/1...276550658?s=21
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    Oh shit! I was never able to read that until just now. I never knew way back t it was. Thx!!

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    The comments on NIN's facebook are appalling. Bad Witch is a fantastic album; I'd like it even if it didn't have TR's name all over it. I actually don't understand how anyone can say this is bad music.

    I feel that people just like being enraged. They enjoy the feeling of being upset at something and all ganging together to collectively shit all over it.
    Either that or I'm insane and this is a fucking terrible album and everyone on ets has that same opposing mindset; that of the unified 'yes man' circle-jerk. But somehow, I don't think that's the case.

    Of course opinions are a thing, and this is different from what people are used to. But it's not *that* different. It still feels like a NIN album, even if it has a different sonic approach.

    To those who have nothing but negativity in their hearts: How about measured critique next time? Sort the stuff you enjoy from the stuff you aren't so keen on rather than just moronically yelling rage blankly into the abyss and hoping someone yells with you.
    Also, try listening to the LP more than fucking once before you formulate an opinion. Culture has become so throw-away. If something isn't immediately accessible and easy to absorb, it's automatically subject to hate, ridicule, and is forgotten in an instant.

    @teitan, Atticus, and everyone else involved in producing this music: Please don't let these arseholes get to you. You're great, as is this LP. The perfect end to a stellar trilogy. Thanks!

    PS: Looking forward to seeing you guys again tonight. ♥

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    Pretty Hate Machine being on a list of cassettes being sold on the Bose Express Music Catalog at 2:00 - 2:04. And well, I still figured that NIN fans that are also cassette fans might like this too.
    Last edited by Halo Infinity; 06-24-2018 at 01:18 PM. Reason: Whoops. I thought I posted this on the NIN spotting thread. I suppose this will do. =P

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    @sheepdean ow shit that's a NIN logo. Wow.
    @katara thanks a lot, the various broken ones coming from the original all have variations, but didn't know that pixelated one.
    and didn't even see that new cropping, damn

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    Quote Originally Posted by StockAvuryah View Post
    and didn't even see that new cropping, damn
    I think it may be new for the European leg of this tour, so we've only known about it for a few days.

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    @elevenism @Prettybrokenspiral - I can't find it right now, but there was a press sheet of some sort that introduced The Downward Spiral. It said that some would be for the ride and some won't, and that's why I like to call following Nine Inch Nails a ride.

    And I noticed yet again that I found this part of Wish one of those moments that still spoke to me at 3:00 - 3:44. I guess this is more of a personal interpretation, but I took at as somebody that actually wants to fight as much as he can, in terms of wanting everything to be real and true/right, but not without the risk/consequences of being defeated from wanting to fight, especially when trapped in a system designed to imprison and destroy in the first place. What's real and true can still do a lot of damaged or even worse than what's fake and untrue.



    And as for another little moment I always loved and related to was when Trent hit his head with the microphone on Closure on 1:36 - 2:00, since sometimes life seems to make less sense the older you get, right up there with realizing just how little you know the more you learn and experience life.

    And I always, always loved how that fit in perfectly between "Hey pig! There's a lot of things that I hoped you could help me understand!" and "What am I supposed to do? I lost my shit because of you!"

    I know that we obviously can't always have all the answers and solutions handed over the us, but sometimes aside from just being happy, all we just want is for life to also just throw us a freakin' bone every now and then, right?


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    Quote Originally Posted by katara View Post
    Also, try listening to the LP more than fucking once before you formulate an opinion. Culture has become so throw-away. If something isn't immediately accessible and easy to absorb, it's automatically subject to hate, ridicule, and is forgotten in an instant.
    I've really tried giving all new music I listen to the benefit of the doubt. There are many albums that I half listen to then write off as crap or not really that good. THEN I listen to it very focused and engaged and it sounds freaking amazing. I feel like people don't like challenging/uncomfortable music, but that's what I love about Trent/Atticus/NIN, even if there's something they make that I don't like initially, I can come to either like it more over time or just simply appreciate it. I feel like many of the NIN Facebook people listened to 15 seconds to one of the songs then gave up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katara View Post
    Also, try listening to the LP more than fucking once before you formulate an opinion. Culture has become so throw-away. If something isn't immediately accessible and easy to absorb, it's automatically subject to hate, ridicule, and is forgotten in an instant.
    That reminds me of what Trent said about Broken:

    "I wanted to make a record that the first time you hear it you don't like it, but you might want to hear it again, but by the third time it's pretty cool. By the fifth time, you really like it and possibly by the tenth time you're not sick of it and now it all makes sense."
    Unfortunately, in this day and age, if you don't love or loathe something right away, your opinion might as well not matter. I was unsure how I felt about Bad Witch on the very first listen. I liked it, but I needed it to really sink in before I could make up my mind about it. I've pretty much had that experience with every Nine Inch Nails release since I became a fan. There's the uneasiness of not being able to nail down (no pun intended) how I feel about it, then after a few listens, it starts to click into place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caca View Post
    David Fincher is slated to direct World War Z 2, so it’s very possible.
    World War Z is more like a action movie than a horror one, still a good movie but the worst thing was playing the same fucking lame music from Muse almost the whole movie.

    Sadly the Silent Hills from Kojima was just an illusion. it would be a interesting thing to TR&AR to score.

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    [QUOTE=BRoswell;418004:
    Unfortunately, in this day and age, if you don't love or loathe something right away, your opinion might as well not matter. I was unsure how I felt about Bad Witch on the very first listen. I liked it, but I needed it to really sink in before I could make up my mind about it. I've pretty much had that experience with every Nine Inch Nails release since I became a fan. There's the uneasiness of not being able to nail down (no pun intended) how I feel about it, then after a few listens, it starts to click into place.[/QUOTE]

    A lot of Death Grips albums gave me this same feeling like: "I don't even know if I love this or hate this or are somewhere in between but I need to listen to it more..." It's a cool feeling.

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    Tonight, Trent said that that show was the final time they're playing I Can't Give Everything Away

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    @StockAvuryah don't forget about this PHM variant design.

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    Iím revisiting year zero and finding it more relevant than ever...


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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdean View Post
    Tonight, Trent said that that show was the final time they're playing I Can't Give Everything Away
    whoa, any reason given?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven View Post
    A lot of Death Grips albums gave me this same feeling like: "I don't even know if I love this or hate this or are somewhere in between but I need to listen to it more..." It's a cool feeling.
    Death Grips is a good example, and I'd throw Danny Brown in there too. Couldn't figure out his appeal for the longest time, but for some reason I felt compelled to keep going back to it. Now I love him.

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    Now we need pre-order links for the remaining Definitive Edition reissues and soundtracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdean View Post
    Tonight, Trent said that that show was the final time they're playing I Can't Give Everything Away
    Aw man I wanted to see that in Paris

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    whoa, any reason given?
    They wanted to retire the song to send it off, basically I think it was a bit too emotional for Trent and the guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by imail724 View Post
    Death Grips is a good example, and I'd throw Danny Brown in there too. Couldn't figure out his appeal for the longest time, but for some reason I felt compelled to keep going back to it. Now I love him.
    Dillinger gave me the same feeling at first.

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    Robin getting to do lead on Shit Mirror: very cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by bachy View Post
    this is an extremely odd comparison. But being one who grew up watching professional wrestling, after listening to all of ntae/av/bw, i feel like i did when the “old” stone cold returned to wwe. All that’s missing is jim ross’ commentary.

    *Does his best JR*

    bah gawd!!! The "shit mirror" is shattered!!! ...stone cold!!! ...stone cold!!!

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