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    I seem to have mispoke about the Drab Majesty record. It was actually produced by Josh Eustis (another former member of NIN )

    Just scrolling through JMJ's wiki, and holy shit! Dude gets around.

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    100 likes and 1 dislike on this video.

    Love that it includes the “I am building something terrible with all of this” line at the end.


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    Moreover, I always forget how powerful this performance of SICNH was I recorded back in 2009. Especially that “never…ever…ever…ever…. have” right at the end.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Soma View Post
    NIN camp has provided us with a wealth of odd gems these last couple years:

    Watchmen soundtrack
    Jehnny Beth “To Love Is To Live” a few tracks produced by Atticus
    Tobacco - “Babysitter”
    Ghosts V / VI
    Mogwai - “Midnight Flit feat Atticus”
    Mank soundtrack
    Soul soundtrack
    HEALTH x Nine Inch Nails “Isn’t Everyone”

    JMJ produced the most recent Drab Majesty record, as well as the upcoming Deafheaven record. Also performed with St. Vincent for her recent SNL performance.

    Josh Freese & Robin Finck are featured heavily on the new Danny Elfman record.

    Ilan recently released a single under his own name. Looks like he is still with Angels & Airwaves.

    It seems like Ally is always releasing something new! Most recently SCURO CHIARO

    And now the upcoming Halsey album -
    I can’t say I’m a fan of Halsey’s previous work, but I’m willing to be surprised!
    Another thing I just remembered: Robin also did guitar for the Wolfenstein: Youngblood game soundtrack. That was 2019, maybe? So between NIN tours or whatever.

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    Did TR ever mention that WITT is his tribute/own version of “Heroes” by Bowie?

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    When I was a kid, I bought the Symphony of Destruction single. I was thrilled that the B-side had a "Gristle Mix" by one Trent Reznor.

    Well, I looked it up on YouTube today, and realized that there are ABSOLUTELY samples from Happiness in Slavery in that mix.

    And THEN, I found out that there was a longer mix on a Megadeth CD release, and I heard something in THAT that sounded very "proto Wish," as far as the drum pattern.

    It SURE sounds like Trent used samples from Broken on the Symphony mix.

    What I'M wondering, is, which came first: the megadeth remix, or broken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    When I was a kid, I bought the Symphony of Destruction single. I was thrilled that the B-side had a "Gristle Mix" by one Trent Reznor.

    Well, I looked it up on YouTube today, and realized that there are ABSOLUTELY samples from Happiness in Slavery in that mix.

    And THEN, I found out that there was a longer mix on a Megadeth CD release, and I heard something in THAT that sounded very "proto Wish," as far as the drum pattern.

    It SURE sounds like Trent used samples from Broken on the Symphony mix.

    What I'M wondering, is, which came first: the megadeth remix, or broken.
    That's a great question, "Countdown to extinction" was released in July 92 and the first single was "Symphony of Destruction", the "Grisle Mix" was released sometime in 1992, but not sure if it was pre o post Broken. Either way i'm sure Trent used some ideas for broken in the remix just to test how they worked.

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    Why is Trent explaining the hummingbirds in the background of the "In Conversation" track from HM the best thing ever?

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    It's a real shame we never got to see Bowie and Trent perform "I'm Afraid Of Americans" together. I feel like it would have happened at some point had Bowie continued to tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by henryeatscereal View Post
    That's a great question, "Countdown to extinction" was released in July 92 and the first single was "Symphony of Destruction", the "Grisle Mix" was released sometime in 1992, but not sure if it was pre o post Broken. Either way i'm sure Trent used some ideas for broken in the remix just to test how they worked.
    Wish had been played live in 1991 prior to Broken's release in 1992, and from what I recall those live versions are not hugely different from the studio version. Which would suggest it was Wish that influenced the remix, as opposed to the other way around.

    Edit: Here's a decent bootleg from July 1991 with a performance of Wish. So a year before Countdown to Extinction, and over a year before Broken (September 1992).
    Last edited by Jazzkokehead; 07-24-2021 at 08:50 AM.

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    Just finished watching the Coachella 2005 show. The energy's off the charts! The Frail leading into the Wretched is such a cool way to open the set. I love how punky and noisy Aaron's guitar playing is too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acrid avid jam shred View Post
    Just finished watching the Coachella 2005 show. The energy's off the charts! The Frail leading into the Wretched is such a cool way to open the set. I love how punky and noisy Aaron's guitar playing is too.
    That was only done a handful of times. I never tire of re-watching it the time I recorded it!


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    That's so awesome! I'd absolutely love to see NIN at Hordern Pavilion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acrid avid jam shred View Post
    That's so awesome! I'd absolutely love to see NIN at Hordern Pavilion.
    Check out the rest of the footage! Camera died at the beginning of The Fragile otherwise I’d have recorded the entire thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzkokehead View Post
    Wish had been played live in 1991 prior to Broken's release in 1992, and from what I recall those live versions are not hugely different from the studio version. Which would suggest it was Wish that influenced the remix, as opposed to the other way around.

    Edit: Here's a decent bootleg from July 1991 with a performance of Wish. So a year before Countdown to Extinction, and over a year before Broken (September 1992).
    I did not know that, thanks for sharing!

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