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    Ok, so we talked about the 'Accolades and recognition' page... Now that we have all the Rock Hall-related stuff from nin.com (band member photos and statements) as well as photos of the Woodstock exhibit, should we have a entirely separate page for the Rock Hall stuff that gets linked out from the 'Accolades and recognition' page, or should we put it all on the same page? If you guys think the 'Accolades...' page should have a table format, then yeah, we'd have to link out. If you guys think it should just be set up with normal headings, we can keep it all in one place. Thoughts?
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    I’d like to put “Awards” on the main menu.

    from there we can have the “Awards & Accolades” main page, from there we can list all of the individual awards.

    then we can make a page for the R&R hof for all of this new content

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    Sounds good. Perhaps on the RNRHOF page we will eventually be able to have transcripts of Iggy Pop's induction speech and the band members' speeches, and maybe whatever comments are made by other people during the broadcast.
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    I stubbed out a quick Awards page here https://www.nin.wiki/Awards_%26_Accolades and linked it from the main menu

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    I say this with the upmost respect for what you guys are doing with the site, but the old skin looked miles better. I thought I was on a cheap ripoff for a second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by butter_hole View Post
    I say this with the upmost respect for what you guys are doing with the site, but the old skin looked miles better. I thought I was on a cheap ripoff for a second.
    After living with it for a bit I actually agree.

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    dude, love the new design

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    A contribtion to Down In It (registering still seems disabled?):

    Producer Keith LeBlanc mentioned in a printed interview that "Down In It" was the song he got to "really put my signature on". His revisions - the Shred, Singe, and Skin mixes - draw heavily from the tracks "Mechanical Movements" and "Einstein" from his album Stranger Than Fiction, released earlier the same year (1989). The fast-paced synth prominent at the beginning of Skin is from "Mechanical Movements", and the main drum pattern is from "Einstein". Additionally, the crowd chant samples during each chorus have appeared in other works involved with Keith's band Tackhead, such as Gary Clail & Tackhead - Reality and The Barmy Army - Stadium Rock.



    & Head Like a Hole (Opal):

    It features a sample in the choruses that also forms the main rhythm of Mark Stewart - The Wrong Name and the Wrong Number. Adrian Sherwood was involved in the production of the Stewart song, and he and Keith LeBlanc were both members of Mark Stewart and the Maffia at the time they produced Pretty Hate Machine, though whether they had direct involvement with the Opal mix is unknown. LeBlanc and Sherwood aren't credited on any of the Head Like a Hole versions except Keith's mixing of Slate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncrecc View Post
    A contribtion to Down In It (registering still seems disabled?):

    Producer Keith LeBlanc mentioned in a printed interview that "Down In It" was the song he got to "really put my signature on". His revisions - the Shred, Singe, and Skin mixes - draw heavily from the tracks "Mechanical Movements" and "Einstein" from his album Stranger Than Fiction, released earlier the same year (1989). The fast-paced synth prominent at the beginning of Skin is from "Mechanical Movements", and the main drum pattern is from "Einstein". Additionally, the crowd chant samples during each chorus have appeared in other works involved with Keith's band Tackhead, such as Gary Clail & Tackhead - Reality and The Barmy Army - Stadium Rock.



    & Head Like a Hole (Opal):

    It features a sample in the choruses that also forms the main rhythm of Mark Stewart - The Wrong Name and the Wrong Number. Adrian Sherwood was involved in the production of the Stewart song, and he and Keith LeBlanc were both members of Mark Stewart and the Maffia at the time they produced Pretty Hate Machine, though whether they had direct involvement with the Opal mix is unknown. LeBlanc and Sherwood aren't credited on any of the Head Like a Hole versions except Keith's mixing of Slate.
    I had recently added most of the info for "Down In It", but I went ahead and used your text to expound on both tracks. Thanks!

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    So now with the tracklisting for Soul, we have two songs called "Falling", one on Quake and one on Soul. We'll need a disambiguation page, but I'm not sure how to title the separate track pages. Should they be called Falling (Soul song) and Falling (Quake song), or should it be something like Falling (Nine Inch Nails song) and Falling (Reznor & Ross song)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by piggy View Post
    Falling (Soul song) and Falling (Quake song)
    These look good to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malechite View Post
    These look good to me
    OK, it's all set up. Thanks!

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    We could use some lyrics on the pages for "The Way It Used To Be" from Watchmen and "(If Only You Could) Save Me" from Mank. In the case of the latter, there needs to be a page first.
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    Should the version of "Hurt" from ReAct Now have a section under versions similar to "Non-Entity" since it was also for sale on that Sony Connect thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJK View Post
    Should the version of "Hurt" from ReAct Now have a section under versions similar to "Non-Entity" since it was also for sale on that Sony Connect thing?
    I wasn't aware that was ever officially released! I have an mp3 of that performance, but I'd be interested in seeing if this Sony Connect recording sounds a great deal better than the one I've had for 15 years.

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    https://www.theninhotline.com/news/permalink/1126494763

    I definitely couldn't tell you where my copy of it was or if it was good. But it was for sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonic_discord View Post
    We could use some lyrics on the pages for "The Way It Used To Be" from Watchmen and "(If Only You Could) Save Me" from Mank. In the case of the latter, there needs to be a page first.
    Lyrics have been added to TWIUTB. I made a page for the other one but I'm waiting to see if the lyrics will pop up on the internetz, since it's not super easy to transcribe.

    Quote Originally Posted by RJK View Post
    Should the version of "Hurt" from ReAct Now have a section under versions similar to "Non-Entity" since it was also for sale on that Sony Connect thing?
    Done and done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonic_discord View Post
    I wasn't aware that was ever officially released! I have an mp3 of that performance, but I'd be interested in seeing if this Sony Connect recording sounds a great deal better than the one I've had for 15 years.
    You can download them here:

    https://ninlive.com/shows/2005/20050909.html

    I believe they're directly transcoded from the DRM'd proprietary Sony format.

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    SOUL BPM's ("Portal" is listed as "Portal/The Hall of Everything" on streaming sites; songs are identical):

    The Great Beyond = 101 bpm

    Falling = 110 bpm

    The Great Before/U Seminar = 134 bpm

    Jump to Earth = 132 bpm

    Terry Time = 100 bpm

    Joe's Life = 71 bpm

    Portal/The Hall of Everything = 120 bpm

    Run/Astral Plane = 134 bpm

    Lost Soul = 180 bpm

    Meditation/Return to Earth = 144 bpm

    Terry Time Too = 100 bpm

    22 Is Ready = 200 bpm

    Pursuit/Terry's World = 127 bpm

    Betrayal = 200 bpm

    Lost = 74 bpm

    Epiphany = 70 bpm

    Ship Chase = 120 bpm

    Escape/Inside 22 = 110 bpm

    Flashback = 200 bpm

    Earthbound = 148 bpm

    Thank You = 70 bpm

    Enjoy Every Minute = 67 bpm

    Just Us = 120 bpm

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    With award season upon us, I added Accolades tables to the pages for the Mank and Soul scores so that the pages can be quickly edited whenever any new award nominations and wins are announced.

    So far, Soul has won the Los Angeles Film Critics Association award for Best Music Score.

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