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    Quote Originally Posted by StockAvuryah View Post
    here's an updated flowchart from the old mu one : https://i.imgur.com/YFXIsiN.jpg
    this is fantastic

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    I always been curious as to why The Perfect Drug Versions is almost entirely comprised of only two lines from the song: "You are the perfect drug" and "take me with you".

    Part of me says that Trent only sent partial vocal stems to increase creativity with the music. Another part wonders if it's just some bizarre coincidence.

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    Trent turns 54 tomorrow!

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    Spit on me once, shame on you.

    Spit on me twice, shame on me.

    Spit on me thrice, and I'm gonna rip your fucking cunt off.
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    I'm STILL coming down from the hype of seeing NIN live for the first (and hopefully not only) time on Corona Capital.

    And I'm really fond of a certain moment in the concert. We were in Starfuckers, and the You're So Vain part came in, and people in Mexico have a certain... Affinity of screaming things and speeding up while they do it... So people went:
    "Don't you... don't you... don't you, don't you, don't you don't you DONTYOU DONTYOU DONTYOUSDONTYOU"

    There was a brief moment of silence from Trent, and he went "The Fuck?... YouuuuuAAARGH!" And the song continued as normal.

    I had known up until that point that Trent gor annoyed beyond human belief when people messed up the bridge, even making the "you fucked up the whole middle section" audio happen.

    Having Trent go "The Fuck?!" on our concert was completely memorable, and my close friends all reference it when one says "The fuck?" they always complete it with a "youuuu"

    ( 3:38, to hear the complete clusterfuck this was.)

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    Every time Trent Reznor's birthday approaches, Trent Turns 35, Trent Turns 37 and Trent Turns 38 still play in my mind without fail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frolick Shiawase View Post
    I'm STILL coming down from the hype of seeing NIN live for the first (and hopefully not only) time on Corona Capital.

    And I'm really fond of a certain moment in the concert. We were in Starfuckers, and the You're So Vain part came in, and people in Mexico have a certain... Affinity of screaming things and speeding up while they do it... So people went:
    "Don't you... don't you... don't you, don't you, don't you don't you DONTYOU DONTYOU DONTYOUSDONTYOU"

    There was a brief moment of silence from Trent, and he went "The Fuck?... YouuuuuAAARGH!" And the song continued as normal.

    I had known up until that point that Trent gor annoyed beyond human belief when people messed up the bridge, even making the "you fucked up the whole middle section" audio happen.

    Having Trent go "The Fuck?!" on our concert was completely memorable, and my close friends all reference it when one says "The fuck?" they always complete it with a "youuuu"
    I don't think Trent was annoyed at all, i think he appreciated the messy chorus and went with it...

    He did a similar thing the during the "WITH_TEETH Tour" in Mexico when he played "Starfuckers.Inc", basically interrupting the song to thank the people...



    (Minute 1:01:53)
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    Ringfinger would have been great to bring back for the 2013 Hesitation Marks tours. It would have worked very well alongside the new material.

    Sucks that it was last played in 1991.

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    Quote Originally Posted by henryeatscereal View Post
    I don't think Trent was annoyed at all, i think he appreciated the messy chorus and went with it...

    He did a similar thing the during the "WITH_TEETH Tour" in Mexico when he played "Starfuckers.Inc", basically interrupting the song to thank the people...



    (Minute 1:01:53)
    LOL, thanks for posting that. Brings back good memories to see Dresden Dolls playing "War Pigs" there at the start of the show!

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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    LOL, thanks for posting that. Brings back good memories to see Dresden Dolls playing "War Pigs" there at the start of the show!
    It was a great show, one of the greatest nights of my life, that's for sure!
    The Dresden Dolls actually signed my CD that day, good times!

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    The best girlfriend strikes again! (Last year it was the Australian Into The Void CD.)




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    Further Down the Spiral is back on a Apple Music. Not sure why is vanished before but glad to see it return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katara View Post
    Ringfinger would have been great to bring back for the 2013 Hesitation Marks tours. It would have worked very well alongside the new material.

    Sucks that it was last played in 1991.
    I feel like Ringfinger and That's What I Get would be pretty great with the current band.

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    I was just thinking about how if NIN gets inducted into the RHOF eventually we should all collaborate on a big fan project somehow to celebrate and pay tribute. Fans could submit short essays (video or written) talking about what Trent's work means to them and we could compile it all together somehow. Have our own little induction ceremony, lol. I think it could be a lot of fun. For all the whining we do, I think as a whole we are pretty grateful for his work, and I like hearing fans talk about how the music has impacted them personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eachpassingphase View Post
    I was just thinking about how if NIN gets inducted into the RHOF eventually we should all collaborate on a big fan project somehow to celebrate and pay tribute. Fans could submit short essays (video or written) talking about what Trent's work means to them and we could compile it all together somehow. Have our own little induction ceremony, lol. I think it could be a lot of fun. For all the whining we do, I think as a whole we are pretty grateful for his work, and I like hearing fans talk about how the music has impacted them personally.
    Hell, why wait until then? We could start on that now.

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    It would also be perfect timing for Pretty Hate Machine's 30th anniversary.

    I also never thought I'd say this, but it's hard for me to find the words sometimes. (I guess that's from also spilling my guts on NIN on ETS for so long.) Nine Inch Nails being music and entertainment is obviously a given, but it has also been a source of comfort and therapy for me. It speaks what I can not or even dare not say and just captures what I think, feel and how I sometimes look at life. I also like how I can get different visuals from both opposite extremes from the urban to rural environments or even the futuristic and the primitive settings you see in fiction. It has also been among some of the several reasons why Trent Reznor's music also worked so well for films, especially with his previous experience to tying in music an film with his videos. It's also as if his music is like a friend that's out to edify me and reassure me in all of it's power.

    But aside from all that, Trent Reznor has truly been one of the best blessings (A godsend too, if you will.) I've ever known of in this life, ever. I'm happy for him, his accomplishments as well as his achievements in his personal endeavors, and these reasons are why I'm still happy to follow and support/promote him.
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    My friends two year-old daughter looked at my "The Fragile" bracelet the other day.

    HER: What's that?
    ME: It's my favorite Nine Inch Nails album; what's yours?
    HER (thinking I'm talking about bracelets): The pretty one.
    ME & HER DAD: Pretty Hate Machine?!
    HER: Yeah, but it broke.
    ME & HER DAD: Broken???!!!
    HER: Yeah, but Mom says she can fix it.
    ME & HER DAD: WHAT IS HAPPENING

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRoswell View Post
    Hell, why wait until then? We could start on that now.
    Yeah, you've got the gears in my head turning now. Halo Infinity brought up a good point about the anniversary. Hmmmm. Lemme think on this for a few days, because I really do think it would be something fun for the fanbase to do post-tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SM Rollinger View Post
    Details? Photos? I'm curious now because I mostly sat the With Teeth era out (in favor of alot of underground rap (Aesop Rock, atmosphere, el-p, ect))
    Sorry, just saw this. No, nobody was taking any photos, people were just standing around (the Metro is two levels) drinking and ... listening to an album. I seemed to remember a video playing at some point, and there was some free swag.

    Scroll to the middle of this page (to Monday 3/28/05): http://www.theninhotline.net/news/ar...e.php?y=05&m=3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat Mom View Post
    Sorry, just saw this. No, nobody was taking any photos, people were just standing around (the Metro is two levels) drinking and ... listening to an album. I seemed to remember a video playing at some point, and there was some free swag.

    Scroll to the middle of this page (to Monday 3/28/05): http://www.theninhotline.net/news/ar...e.php?y=05&m=3
    @SM Rollinger

    they played what is basically the "Collected" DVD before playing with teeth, they were giving out free 7" singles of THTF (right? or was it the 10" picture discs? i honestly can't remember).

    what i most remember is that it was POURING out before we got to go in and because i got drenched, a bunch of paint from the wall i was leaning against at the back of the venue rubbed off on to my pants/belt and forever discolored them a weird blue.

    it was a weird but fun experience going to a venue to get an early listen to an album with a bunch of strangers; overall i enjoyed it.

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    For no reason other than my gut, I feel we get something NIN related by the end of this year. Maybe an EP? Live DVD/BluRay? Etc.

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    It would certainly be quite the surprise if it actually turned out to be Pretty Hate Machine-related, especially with accompanying DVDs/BDs.

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    It would be nice to get something, but I'm not getting my hopes up yet. This seems to be a busy year for Trent & Atticus in terms of non-NIN work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    @SM Rollinger

    they played what is basically the "Collected" DVD before playing with teeth, they were giving out free 7" singles of THTF (right? or was it the 10" picture discs? i honestly can't remember).
    I thought there were some stickers or something?

    Edit: Per the Hotline on 3/28/05: “The free gifts were a small With Teeth poster, postcards and bumper stickers.”

    (Chicago was 3/30/05)

    A picture of the 7” THTF / Home is on the NIN Hotline with this note on 3/31/05:

    “Although most of the listening parties did not have the 7" vinyl readily available due to a manufacturing error, the party at San Francisco did. Featuring The Hand That Feeds on the A-side, and non-album track Home on the B-side, these undoubtedly going to be hot items to have. Here is the only picture we have of one. So far. Thanks to Cyndy for that!”



    The most fun part of the With Teeth era, IMO (besides the club tour), was the web cams during recording.

    This site has archives.
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    This should get some facepalms, but it comes from the fact the Trent sometimes has a weird sense of humor, but I think he should post the "Old Town Road" video on NIN.com.


    Ok, maybe not nin.com, but maybe his Instagram or some other less meaningful social media place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d1stinct View Post
    This should get some facepalms, but it comes from the fact the Trent sometimes has a weird sense of humor, but I think he should post the "Old Town Road" video on NIN.com.


    Ok, maybe not nin.com, but maybe his Instagram or some other less meaningful social media place.
    That reminds me, has Trent, or even Atticus commented on Old Town Road yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulerage View Post
    That reminds me, has Trent, or even Atticus commented on Old Town Road yet?
    Yeah, Trent said:

    Quote Originally Posted by TR
    I pop the video in, and wow... Tears welling, silence, goose-bumps... Wow. I felt like I just lost my girlfriend, because that song (34 Ghosts IV) isn't mine anymore... It really made me think about how powerful music is as a medium and art form. I wrote some music in my bedroom as a way of staying sane, about a bleak and desperate place I was in, totally isolated and alone. Somehow that winds up reinterpreted by a music legend from a radically different era/genre and still retains sincerity and meaning – different, but every bit as pure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    Yeah, Trent said:
    Very well said by Trent. I agree, it’s very moving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    Yeah, Trent said:
    Quote Originally Posted by TR
    I pop the video in, and wow... Tears welling, silence, goose-bumps... Wow. I felt like I just lost my girlfriend, because that song (34 Ghosts IV) isn't mine anymore... It really made me think about how powerful music is as a medium and art form. I wrote some music in my bedroom as a way of staying sane, about a bleak and desperate place I was in, totally isolated and alone. Somehow that winds up reinterpreted by a music legend from a radically different era/genre and still retains sincerity and meaning different, but every bit as pure.
    It's funny, because I seem to remember him saying this exact same thing when Limp Bizkit riffed on Closer.

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    Trent really upped his vocal harmony game on Bad Witch. It’s everywhere, clean, distorted, used as noise..

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