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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    I guess this confusion explains why Dillon played the part that's on the record, not Grohl...

    Also funny because both songs are in common 4/4 time, just with weird syncopated riffs.
    It's definitely a challenging and disorienting track, I had to listen to cues in the percussion to really latch on to what was going on when it first came out.

    I thought it was pretty neat that Dave basically remembered how the song went some 16 years later.

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    without watching the video i would have assumed he was talking about the collector, since that's in 13/8, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    without watching the video i would have assumed he was talking about the collector, since that's in 13/8, right?
    That's why you gotta watch the video But to write it down for the day when all our media has disappeared except for text: Dave was confused on where the start of the measure was for a song. He vocalizes it while gesticulating on the drumming, and it's pretty clearly With Teeth that he's mimicking.

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    Dave painting the picture of TR and Atticus looking at each other and laughing makes me lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninlive View Post
    Dave painting the picture of TR and Atticus looking at each other and laughing makes me lol

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    https://www.pittsburghmagazine.com/p...-of-evolution/

    I really liked this piece I just read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eachpassingphase View Post
    https://www.pittsburghmagazine.com/p...-of-evolution/

    I really liked this piece I just read.
    Nine Inch Nails spent much of 2005 opening for David Bowie.
    Missed it by that much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzburbank View Post
    Missed it by that much.
    Yeah I saw that and had to laugh a little. I appreciated the overall idea of the article though even if they screwed up that detail.


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    Quote Originally Posted by buzburbank View Post
    Missed it by that much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManBurning View Post
    Foo Fighters, talking about their track by track review of the new album.

    They are talking about odd time signatures.
    Half way into "no son of mine" Dave brings up his time in the studio recording drums for Trent.
    He doesn't name drop the song, but he does the beat/melody and you can totally tell it's [With_Teeth]

    I know I'm a few days late to this, but I feel SO vindicated that the actual drummer of the song (even if he didn't write the drum part) also heard the downbeat "wrong". I only realized the actual downbeat upon hearing the live version, and to this day can't make myself hear it "right".

    There are so many other examples I have of hearing the "wrong" downbeat -- almost exclusively in NIN songs -- but I should probably just make a thread about it since I'm curious about others.

    (SICNH, part of Eraser, Survivalism, At the Heart of It All, the verses in BYIT, Home, Banged and Blown Through, etc.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TinDefacto View Post
    SICNH

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    Quote Originally Posted by TinDefacto View Post
    that the actual drummer of the song (even if he didn't write the drum part) also heard the downbeat "wrong"
    Just for the record, Jerome ended up playing this on the album instead of Dave.

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    Survivalism
    I was used to getting lost at the start of the second verse in the live version because of the part that Ilan added. Took me a few years to learn it somehow.

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    BYIT
    True. I'm getting lost every time in the ending, after it comes out from the ambient part. Live version with the count is a little easier.

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    Banged and Blown Through
    Amen to this one. The shift from verse to chorus and back makes me go berserk sometimes.

    I would like to also nominate La Mer and Heresy (intro) as the songs where I always hear 1's wrong before the drums come in.

    There are a couple more examples that slip my mind right now
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    I'm still not sure where the 1 is on Big Man With A Gun.
    Also the NIN remix of Perfect Drug does something weird with the beat placement in the measure.

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    Took me a long time to find the downbeat on ‘I Do Not Want This‘. These weird drum beats were always a big part of what I found so intriguing about TDS. I still have issues counting ‘Big Man With A Gun’.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    Just for the record, Jerome ended up playing this on the album instead of Dave.


    I was used to getting lost at the start of the second verse in the live version because of the part that Ilan added. Took me a few years to learn it somehow.


    True. I'm getting lost every time in the ending, after it comes out from the ambient part. Live version with the count is a little easier.


    Amen to this one. The shift from verse to chorus and back makes me go berserk sometimes.

    I would like to also nominate La Mer and Heresy (intro) as the songs where I always hear 1's wrong before the drums come in.

    There are a couple more examples that slip my mind right now
    I'm not at home to check my vinyl but I thought that drums credit for the With Teeth song are for Dave Grohl...right? If I remember correctly Jerome Dillon is not there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cahernandez View Post
    I'm not at home to check my vinyl but I thought that drums credit for the With Teeth song are for Dave Grohl...right? If I remember correctly Jerome Dillon is not there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cahernandez View Post
    I'm not at home to check my vinyl but I thought that drums credit for the With Teeth song are for Dave Grohl...right? If I remember correctly Jerome Dillon is not there.
    Dillon is credited with live drums on:
    • With Teeth
    • Home

    Grohl is credited on:
    • All The Love In The World
    • You Know What You Are?
    • The Collector
    • Every Day Is Exactly The Same
    • Getting Smaller
    • Sunspots
    • The Line Begins To Blur

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonic_discord View Post
    Dillon is credited with live drums on:
    • With Teeth
    • Home

    Grohl is credited on:
    • All The Love In The World
    • You Know What You Are?
    • The Collector
    • Every Day Is Exactly The Same
    • Getting Smaller
    • Sunspots
    • The Line Begins To Blur
    Yes, and Jerome also did "additional drum programming" too.

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    A bit of a touching story from Gary Numan on the invite to share the stage in '09. So happy I got to see a few tracks with him at Echoplex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekrekel View Post
    A bit of a touching story from Gary Numan on the invite to share the stage in '09. So happy I got to see a few tracks with him at Echoplex.
    I needed to go and watch that Metal performance immediately after this.

    Here's a video in case someone needs it too and doesn't wanna go search for it

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    NIN Spotting 2021

    Trent & Atticus won for Soul, but I wasn’t watching live/not recording and can’t find video of this supposed speech - did anyone else catch it?

    https://consequenceofsound.net/2021/...be-soul-score/


    Edit: sorry! I forgot about the score thread

    Edit 2: never mind, here it is
    https://www.instagram.com/tv/CL3EPXJ...d=r84azp1x9kyz
    Last edited by magnolia; 02-28-2021 at 10:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia View Post
    Trent & Atticus won for Soul, but I wasn’t watching live/not recording and can’t find video of this supposed speech - did anyone else catch it?

    https://consequenceofsound.net/2021/...be-soul-score/


    Edit: sorry! I forgot about the score thread

    Edit 2: never mind, here it is
    https://www.instagram.com/tv/CL3EPXJ...d=r84azp1x9kyz
    “all our kids” too many to name!


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    Kerrang! has a new article about TR & AR.
    https://www.kerrang.com/features/how...ywood-royalty/

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegate View Post
    But seriously... The Perfect Drug video was a lot better at that... (sure, the hair was slightly shorter but it doesn't change the vibe... but the moustache does)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekrekel View Post
    A bit of a touching story from Gary Numan on the invite to share the stage in '09. So happy I got to see a few tracks with him at Echoplex.

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    Had read it in his book but doesn't beat him telling the story. Happily, was at the show...crowd went mental to be fair!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonic_discord View Post
    Kerrang! has a new article about TR & AR.
    https://www.kerrang.com/features/how...ywood-royalty/
    Seems weird to ask the question of how the pair got into film scoring without really touching on the fact that Ross already had scored films independently prior to the Social Network.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanMorlock View Post
    Seems weird to ask the question of how the pair got into film scoring without really touching on the fact that Ross already had scored films independently prior to the Social Network.
    Or even Ghosts I-IV, for that matter. Ghosts was basically their version of a "demo reel," showcasing what they were capable of in the realm of scoring. It was even temped in for scenes in The Social Network before they came on board.

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    I also forgot to post this yesterday, but TDS was one of the albums showcased on (local Minneapolis radio station) 93X’s “40 Albums that Made 93X.”
    Last edited by sonic_discord; 03-01-2021 at 02:35 PM.

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    The Soundtracking podcast that TRAR were on is now on YouTube so you can watch as well as listen


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