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    Just a brief appearance at 0:27 in this video released by NIVA promoting their Save Our Stages fest.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zero View Post
    Just a brief appearance at 0:27 in this video released by NIVA promoting their Save Our Stages fest.
    That's NIN starting at 0:24, even.

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    A few new quotes from Trent on the making of Clint Mansell's score for "Requiem For A Dream":
    https://www.npr.org/2020/10/16/92394...und-of-sadness

    Requiem was only the composer's second film score, and he says he felt way out of his depth. A self-taught guitar player from the industrial town of Stourbridge, 100 miles north of London, Mansell formed the band Pop Will Eat Itself when he was 19. The group's sample-heavy style — a mashup of post-punk, rock and hip-hop — was dubbed "grebo." They didn't garner any big hits, but "like the best music of that time, you felt like you were in a club," Reznor says. "If you saw other people at that rack in the record store, or wearing a t-shirt, you shared some common insight and secret society vibe. [The band] felt like a refreshing breath of truth. It wasn't concerned about political correctness or anything else. It just felt like an interesting collage of music and presentation. It just felt alive."

    Reznor liked PWEI so much that he signed the band to his label, Nothing Records. He says that in his New Orleans base of operations at the time, "We had a big studio with a lot of rooms for people to hang out, and it also had two separate apartments attached to the building. At some point, after we had toured together and Clint and I had become friends and drinking buddies and kind of comrades, I vaguely remember he was in some form of crisis in his life, and was living in New York and needed to get away. And I said, 'Well, there's an apartment here. Anytime, you know — indefinitely — if you want to stay there, there's nobody living there.' "

    Mansell was transitioning out of PWEI, and had just written an electronic score for Aronofsky's first feature, Pi. He moved into one of the apartments, and Reznor bought him his first Apple computer and Pro Tools setup. "I remember him working super hard, and my recollection is it taking quite a bit of time, and just hearing peripherally about the frustrations and the learning curve — but a real excitement," he says. "And to my amazement, this incredible film pops out, with this incredible soundtrack. I was really happy for him. And suddenly he's a big film composer."

    Though Reznor says Mansell didn't directly inspire his own evolution into a film composer 10 years later with The Social Network, he adds: "Clint would have given me the confidence to feel like it could be done. You know, it's not an impossible thing. He's proven you can do that, without 20 years of university studies and degrees."

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    I know it’s not technically NIN but there’s a Mank website out.
    https://www.thewhitewinecameupwiththefish.com/178

    plus a more in depth trailer with some big band music
    https://consequenceofsound.net/2020/...david-fincher/

    Also somebody on twitter put this great Zoom pic of them all working on the score, no idea where you’d get that from. The website just seems like daily black & white shots of working on the film day by day

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    Check out Sipekne'katik First Nation Chief Mike Sack's ball cap:


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    I went to a Grunge article entitled "The Real Reason NIN is Being Inducted into the Hall of Fame," and found this gem:

    "Perhaps it's Trent Reznor's affinity for high concept work, such as recording in the house where the Tate murders occurred, or as he told Blabbermouth, the original but discarded idea behind the 2005 album White Teeth"


    ​Wave Goodbye, to yellow teeth...

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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    Check out Sipekne'katik First Nation Chief Mike Sack's ball cap
    I love that when Canadians knock off the NIN logo, they at least spend time getting the lettering right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    Check out Sipekne'katik First Nation Chief Mike Sack's ball cap:
    Ok, the suspense is killing me. What does it stand for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    Ok, the suspense is killing me. What does it stand for?
    Gotta say it out loud. :-)

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    Was this a secret popup show or something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tap3worm View Post
    Was this a secret popup show or something?
    I'm 99,99% sure this is a version from Woodstock and therefore fake. Description says the video was auto-generated by Youtube via some algorhythm, not really uploaded by NIN.

    A hint: whenever you see a description like Legendary FM Broadcasts/Transmissions, it's a dead giveaway of a bootleg of otherwise freely-available material. These things flooded the market in last few years.

    NIN never played with Foos together, they did play once or twice as a double-headlining act in 2007, but the sets didn't overlap (like on the Bowie tour) and there weren't any guest appearances.
    The closest thing to a live collaboration was Dave playing drums for NIN at the Grammys.
    Last edited by fillow; 10-22-2020 at 08:23 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m0reta View Post
    Gotta say it out loud. :-)
    Oh Jesus, I get it now! Ha! That's fucking dope.

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    Would You pay for a NIN's streaming concert?
    would you like one?


    I would say yes but with some specifications
    It has to be something new, new songs, or never played before songs, new arregments, maybe a crazy setlist made by fans, something special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AThousandDaysBefore View Post
    Would You pay for a NIN's streaming concert?
    Hmm. If it was a stream only without any option to download, no. I would steal that shit. However, I would totally drop currency on a concert download.

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