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    Quote Originally Posted by StockAvuryah View Post
    just bring Godspeed You! Black Emperor here
    As much as I love them, and as much as I was genuinely surprised that they agreed to open for NIN on the Tension tour, I'm not sure if they would gel with Trent & Atticus' way of doing things.

    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    Ok. Pause, and, apologies for drift, but, should I be listening to this Godspeed You Black Emperor act? And, if so, where do I start?
    I'd say start with "Slow Riot for New Zero Kanada". If you dig it, go back to "F♯ A♯ ∞", then work your way forward through the rest of their discography.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    Ok. Pause, and, apologies for drift, but, should I be listening to this Godspeed You Black Emperor act? And, if so, where do I start?
    have you seen 28 Days Later? one of their songs was used to beautiful effect in that film.

    personally, i like A Silver Mt. Zion (side project with just about 4 of the members) a bit more a lot of the time.

    that said, "slow riot..." is a good place to start, but i'm always a fan of chronological listening (in which case you should start with f-sharp a-sharp infinity).

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    August 20, 1998: “NIN Hammer Away At More Collaborative LP” https://www.theninhotline.com/featur...998-08-20.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by tricil View Post
    August 20, 1998: “NIN Hammer Away At More Collaborative LP” https://www.theninhotline.com/featur...998-08-20.html
    i mean, the fragile has (from what i remember) the most additional contributors of any NIN album, and several of the songs have writing credits attributed to more than just trent.

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    I’d like to hear Grohl on the drums again. I think that his drumming complements Reznor’s style very well.
    Others:
    Charlie Clouser
    John Frusciante
    Chino Moreno
    Gary Numan
    Maynard James Keenan
    Tom Morello
    John Taylor (on bass)
    Josh Homme
    Saul Williams
    Jack White
    Carina Round
    Angelo Badalamenti

    And last, but certainly not least. Robert Smith

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    Ok. Pause, and, apologies for drift, but, should I be listening to this Godspeed You Black Emperor act? And, if so, where do I start?
    there's a bunch of live stuff on archive.org. good place to explore. i didn't know they opened some of the shows on the tension tour. the date i saw had explosions in the sky who were excellent!

    https://archive.org/search.php?query...ou%20black&and[]=mediatype%3A%22etree%22

    https://archive.org/search.php?query...e%20sky%27&and[]=mediatype%3A%22etree%22

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    I would love to hear TR+AR produce some Chelsea Wolfe or HEALTH. A more realistic guess would be like Peter Murphy or Gary Numan.. can't wait to hear whatever they're working on, as always!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soma View Post
    I would love to hear TR+AR produce some Chelsea Wolfe or HEALTH. A more realistic guess would be like Peter Murphy or Gary Numan.. can't wait to hear whatever they're working on, as always!
    Now, Numan would be damn cool.

    It also just occurred to me that it could totally be Todd Rundgren. Remember this?


    And, following that same line of thinking, Lindsey Buckingham could be involved.

    Now, THIS probably wouldn't happen, but I'd love to hear NIN work with Geddy and Alex, of Rush.

    Also, thanks @chuckrh , @eversonpoe , and @BRoswell for the guidance regarding GYBE. This is an example of what I love about our little community.
    Last edited by elevenism; 12-29-2019 at 09:40 AM.

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    This whole 'giveaway' was just TR's plan to get some unexpected recommendations.

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    have any of us said John Carpenter yet?

    Pinar Toprak (composer of Captain Marvel's score) would also be cool!

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    forgot to put Mike Garson but at this point, that goes without saying.

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    How about getting Mariqueen to sing some hooks and bridges? I would love Dave Grohl, John 5, Keith Hillebrand and ol' Piggy him self, Richard Patrick. Even a Manson appearance would be cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmitchell86 View Post
    How about getting Mariqueen to sing some hooks and bridges? I would love Dave Grohl, John 5, Keith Hillebrand and ol' Piggy him self, Richard Patrick. Even a Manson appearance would be cool.
    I love Mariqueen's voice

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckrh View Post
    Bowie said she was the future of music. I would call that high praise! Especially since I think she was only 17 at the time.
    He wasn't wrong either. The entire landscape of pop music changed after "Royals" came out. It's like she broke pop music with that song, lol. I'm not mad about it either!

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    Devin Townsend, though I’ve no idea what would happen if NIN collaborated with this genius.

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    [Double-Post, I’m sorry.]

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    TRAR collab with Richard Patrick and Chris Vrenna. Let's go.

    Or... second Error EP with Greg Puciato, Brett Gurewitz, and Leopold Ross.

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    With all the stars aligning with the R&R Hall Of Fame, TR getting Dave Gahan, Martin Gore and Robert Smith together on an EP of a few tracks they all have input on would make the world of music implode with amazingness.

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    Hildur Gušnadóttir. Have started to get into her work & a collaboration with Trent/Atticus could be special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katara View Post
    Or... second Error EP with Greg Puciato, Brett Gurewitz, and Leopold Ross.
    i would eat my own shoes​ to make this happen.

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    Chaka Khan

    we know trent + atticus can do funky/jazzy, and Chaka's voice is absolutely incredible. i think they could do some really cool stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    Chaka Khan

    we know trent + atticus can do funky/jazzy, and Chaka's voice is absolutely incredible. i think they could do some really cool stuff.
    Considering how fans reacted to Lisa Fischer and Sharlotte Gibson in the live lineup...I am all for this!

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    Adrian Belew recently posted about a collaboration with a "famous friend".. he's worked on TDS, Fragile, Ghosts + HM so I think it's totally possible.

    https://www.facebook.com/6696764994/...1342631059995/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soma View Post
    Adrian Belew recently posted about a collaboration with a "famous friend".. he's worked on TDS, Fragile, Ghosts + HM so I think it's totally possible.

    https://www.facebook.com/6696764994/...1342631059995/
    He's worked with a lot of people though, so it might not be NIN related.

    [insert Debbie Downer gif here]

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckrh View Post
    Hildur Gušnadóttir. Have started to get into her work & a collaboration with Trent/Atticus could be special.
    in that same vein - Ludwig Göransson. He's done some really good score work (The Mandolorian/Black Panther) but also collaborates with Donald Glover, most recently on "This is America".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soma View Post
    Adrian Belew recently posted about a collaboration with a "famous friend".. he's worked on TDS, Fragile, Ghosts + HM so I think it's totally possible.

    https://www.facebook.com/6696764994/...1342631059995/

    He says in the comments as a reply to someone who asked, that the NIN crew "doesn't need him," so I'm guessing we're getting new collaborations.

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    Marissa Nadler
    Mike Patton (obviously)
    3D (obviously)
    El-P
    Algiers (listening to the new record reminded me alot of the recent Watchmen soundtracks)

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