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    Quote Originally Posted by vincenzomilione View Post
    does anyone remember/have knowledge of a playlist trent put out on beats music way back when that was a thing? it was a collection of very odd things that (i think) were things he was listening to during the PHM era or something like that.
    I saved TR's playlists on scribd here. You do need an account to see them unfortunately but you can create one without subscribing to any of their plans. But I'll move the content elsewhere if you don't mind waiting. I didn't realize they changed to force the need for an account. Ha!

    FYI, some of the playlists were also posted to his spotify account and I think he periodically updates the 'Here in my car' one. But I deleted my account there recently so cannot confirm at this time. :-)

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    you deleted your spotify account? why, whatever caused you to do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vincenzomilione View Post
    does anyone remember/have knowledge of a playlist trent put out on beats music way back when that was a thing? it was a collection of very odd things that (i think) were things he was listening to during the PHM era or something like that.
    I took a screencap a while back of "Direct Effect", not sure if that's what you meant:



    Edit to add a transcript, now that I'm not at the end of my lunch break:
    DIRECT EFFECT: MUSIC THAT INSPIRED NINE INCH NAILS
    18 Songs ∙ 01:08:34
    by Trent Reznor

    1. A New Career In A New Town - David Bowie
    2. Digital - Joy Division
    3. You Know What You Are - Ministry
    4. Computer Love - Kraftwerk
    5. Song To The Siren (Remastered) - This Mortal Coil
    6. Weary Blues From Waitin - Hank Williams
    7. Little Rough Rhinestone - Soft Cell
    8. Push - The Cure
    9. Lose My Breath - My Bloody Valentine
    10. One Of My Turns (2011 - Remaster) - Pink Floyd
    11. Mushroom - Can
    12. In Heaven (Lady In The Radiator Song) - David Lynch
    13. The Ledge - Fleetwood Mac
    14. Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On) - Talking Heads
    15. When You Were Mine - Prince
    16. Just Like Honey - The Jesus And Mary Chain
    17. Four Enclosed Walls - Public Image Ltd.
    18. Up The Hill Backwards - David Bowie
    Last edited by Endlessly; 11-03-2020 at 07:37 PM. Reason: adding image transcript

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endlessly View Post
    I took a screencap a while back of "Direct Effect"
    I admit, I did not expect to see Mushroom by Can on there... but I can hear in the rawness of the drums he likes to hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrLobster View Post
    I admit, I did not expect to see Mushroom by Can on there... but I can hear in the rawness of the drums he likes to hear.
    you know, i always thought the name of that song was "mushroomhead" for some reason. and tago mago is my most listened-to can album.

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    Anyone know what favorite authors or specific books that Reznor was influenced by?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Molecule76 View Post
    Anyone know what favorite authors or specific books that Reznor was influenced by?
    Chuck Palahniuk.

    The book The Lathe of Heaven had an indirect influence on Bleedthrough.

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    I've met Chuck several times, to where he knows me by face when I see him. We always wind up talking about NIN when we meet. He listened to PHM and TDS incessantly during the creation of Fight Club, and told me The Fragile influenced some of the themes in Haunted, and With Teeth was a favorite when he was writing Rant..

    During his book tour for Rant, I asked him to personalize my copy by telling me why he liked NIN, to which he wrote "Okay..I like NIN..for the complete lack of sympathy!"

    I never asked him what exactly that meant, but it sounds cool as fuck..

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    he lives around here, I've never bothered figuring it out because I don't know what I'd do in the presence of features that sharp.

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    Man, it just occurred to me how eerie it must have been for TR when the ONE line, the only line that Johnny Cash changed for Hurt (“I wear this crown of thorns,”) actually names what Nine Inch Nails was at one point going to be called in the early days. I mean what are the odds of that?

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    Every single time I listen to/watch the version of Sin from AATCHB (which was that first "aha" moment when I fell in love with NIN), I think to myself, fuck, what a perfect song this is. What a perfect performance. It really never gets old.

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    What if TR proposed to MQ by leaving a USB stick in their bathroom with a jpg of a ring saved on it. Then later when she found out she was pregnant, she did the same thing but with a baby jpg.
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    Broke the 10k barrier on last.fm with NIN today. I'm pretty sure there are at least two years missing, but wow, I really seem to like that band. Still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlb View Post
    Broke the 10k barrier on last.fm with NIN today. I'm pretty sure there are at least two years missing, but wow, I really seem to like that band. Still.
    Congrats, welcome to the 5 figure club. On 17k myself.

    Working on getting my girlfriend into NIN. I got her to listen though my introductory playlist, and I'm slowly working through the discography now, interspersing trivia... super fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpiusdiamond View Post
    Congrats, welcome to the 5 figure club. On 17k myself.

    Working on getting my girlfriend into NIN. I got her to listen though my introductory playlist, and I'm slowly working through the discography now, interspersing trivia... super fun.
    I'm such a NIN nerd, I'm nearing 35k! Been proudly scrobbling since 2007! If that pandemic has had any positive effect on my life, is that I've listened to more music this year then I did in the past 10 years! I'm on pace to have the most scrobbles in 1 year since 2009 when the only time constraints and obligations I had was college, still living at my parent's. I'm such a stats nerd too... How time flies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlb View Post
    Broke the 10k barrier on last.fm with NIN today. I'm pretty sure there are at least two years missing, but wow, I really seem to like that band. Still.
    Big milestone! I'm at 9,777 NIN scrobbles right now, so it's only a matter of time until I break the 10k barrier as well. Of all bands that I listen to it's the only constant, for 15 years now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpiusdiamond View Post
    Congrats, welcome to the 5 figure club. On 17k myself.

    Working on getting my girlfriend into NIN. I got her to listen though my introductory playlist, and I'm slowly working through the discography now, interspersing trivia... super fun.
    Hehe, thanks! Well, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Mark Lanegan are 2nd and 3rd, but still a few thousand scrobbles off. There might be times, months, even years where I'm not in the NIN mood, but whenever something's happening in the NIN camp I get sucked right back in. This message board and many great people sure do help getting there. Pretty sure that if all the stuff from the RTIC vault would have counted I'd broken that barrier earlier. Anyways, just a little random fact and a neat reminder why I keep visiting this place on an almost daily basis.

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    NTAE is so damn strong. I still remember the excitement I felt when I first heard it. I often struggle to think of recommendations to folks who haven’t heard NIN at all, and I might just throw NTAE at them and leave it at that.

    Also, “The Idea of You" is underrated. I forgot Grohl drummed on this one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmtd View Post
    Also, “The Idea of You" is underrated. I forgot Grohl drummed on this one!
    2:08-2:22

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    Ghosts Together reminds me a LOT of Pretty Hate Machine. Are there some of the same synths being used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmtd View Post
    NTAE is so damn strong. I still remember the excitement I felt when I first heard it. I often struggle to think of recommendations to folks who haven’t heard NIN at all, and I might just throw NTAE at them and leave it at that.

    Also, “The Idea of You" is underrated. I forgot Grohl drummed on this one!
    NTAE is my favorite EP from NIN, it's perfect, to me it's some of the heaviest/darkest music Trent has ever done and I will always utterly love it for that, it has this really claustrophobic feeling that gives me feelings of intense paranoia.

    Quote Originally Posted by bobbie solo View Post
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    Another moment I love in that song is how when the first time the chorus pops-up it does not get heavier until it plays for the second time where it goes on longer and gets heavier.
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    Gave The Fragile a full listen for the first time in a little while. I feel lots of things right now, notably tense after the last few songs.

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