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Thread: Vinyl Rerelease 2019 (With Teeth)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tricil View Post
    In all likelihood, Rob might not even know how “The Idea of You” or any of the songs post his work even goes.
    Are you implying he didn't even listen to new NIN? While simultaneously helping promoting WT reissue and doing new artwork for Ilan? And after being their biggest fan for half of his life?
    There isn't any bad blood, Rob has told this time and again in various IAMAs and interviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    Are you implying he didn't even listen to new NIN? While simultaneously helping promoting WT reissue and doing new artwork for Ilan? And after being their biggest fan for half of his life?
    There isn't any bad blood, Rob has told this time and again in various IAMAs and interviews.
    I know. Pay attention the AMAs you cite and you’ll see I’ve asked some of those very questions.

    It wouldn’t be weird to me if he hadn’t yet listened to the trilogy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcpunk View Post
    I’d take that as a shrug.
    I'd take it as Rob wanting to continue to be able to keep working with Reznor.

    Also, I DO think Rob knows, simply because he was a huge fan of Nine Inch Nails and THEN GOT TO WORK WITH NINE INCH NAILS. He probably remembers ever fucking detail of every second, at least of those first few years before it became more of a dream job and less of a dream.

    But, again, while he COULD probably tell us a lot of cool stuff, why on earth would he do that if it potentially jeopardized his relationship with Reznor?

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    Rob 100% knows which songs are on that CD. He heard everything from these sessions. Didn't he himself explain that the Bleedthrough artwork he did simultaneously with the recording was evolving as result of the new music moving into some other direction?

    But yeah, he's gonna keep his mouth shut and has every right. After all, it doesn't make any difference to us if the tracks don't actually leak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcpunk View Post
    Somewhat Damaged got reworked and lyrically changed at the 11th hour.
    Where can I read more about this?

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    Sometimes I wonder if Trent himself (or someone working on his behalf) was the one who bought those demo CDs to ensure they remain under lock & key and don't leak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamsrib View Post
    Where can I read more about this?
    Journal entries (images) on this page: http://www.nin.wiki/Somewhat_Damaged

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    Quote Originally Posted by OSPF View Post
    Wow... This With Teeth DE sounds incredible.
    Agreed. Beside You in Time in particular sounds so fucking good. I'm also high as shit, but that's beside the point.

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    Amidst all the hubbub of a dozen different releases from bands I love over the past year...I completely blanked out on this after I picked it up. Whenever I've played NIN over the past year it's been pretty much The Trilogy, Watchmen, or Bird Box.

    With Teeth got totally lost in the shuffle until tonight. Took it out for a spin on a bus ride with good headphones, the way I always do dedicated listens.

    Mother of god

    The way so many background effects are brought up a little, enough to be really noticeable.

    The fucking Sunspots drums

    The resonance of the guitars in Getting Smaller

    Two songs I've never been big on just getting a new life just like that. Holy shit.

    WT used to get a lot of shit for being a more straightforward rock album, and I could understand the criticism, but after one listen that no longer applies, not for me.

    So much punch and instrument separation and clarity to this whole thing, exposing layers that were barely ascertainable before

    Sonofabitch

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