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    Danny Elfman tracks featuring Trent Reznor


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    This makes perfect sense!!!

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    Oh @marodi , this is our lucky day!

    Hooray!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by allegro View Post
    Oh @marodi, this is our lucky day!

    Hooray!!!!



    DREAMS DO COME TRUE!!!

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    I knew it. I fucking knew it.

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    Does anyone think this will be on Danny's new album deluxe version? That hasn't shipped/ released yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmitchell86 View Post
    Does anyone think this will be on Danny's new album deluxe version? That hasn't shipped/ released yet.
    Quite possibly. It's now 'out there' thanks to it being the 11th in some time zones already.

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    So can I just get this straight. Finck plays on the original version, Trent's only appearing on the remix?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonn View Post
    So can I just get this straight. Finck plays on the original version, Trent's only appearing on the remix?
    According to the credits on Youtube, Robin does not play on nor was Trent was not involved in the original version. Josh Freese plays drums.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cdm View Post
    According to the credits on Youtube, Robin does not play on nor was Trent was not involved in the original version. Josh Freese plays drums.

    Fuck my ASS that video is terrifying.

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    Robin Finck does play guitar on a few other tracks on the album Big Mess, but does not play on the track True.


    https://www.discogs.com/Danny-Elfman...lease/19102282

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    i dont want to spoil anything but this is even better than i expected holy fuck

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    US Spotify link is up

    Last edited by Calx1111; 08-11-2021 at 12:28 AM.

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    This is really great, I’ll probably listen to the album now

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    Strong Tetsuo vibes from this, its great!

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    this fucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tricil View Post
    this fucks.
    It does indeed!

    Trent and Danny Elfman on the same track??!?! TRENTREZNORGASM!!!!!

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    Ooo, this is good. Also, Danny Elfman is almost 70 and still able to sing like that?! That's fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRoswell View Post
    Ooo, this is good. Also, Danny Elfman is almost 70 and still able to sing like that?! That's fantastic!
    I've not heard Danny Elfman sing before, the first listen sounded very Peter Murphy-ish to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekrekel View Post
    I've not heard Danny Elfman sing before
    Wait. You've never heard "Dead Man's Party" or "Weird Science"?! Did you see the original NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FULLMETAL View Post
    Wait. You've never heard "Dead Man's Party" or "Weird Science"?! Did you see the original NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS?
    Good point I've certainly heard nightmare before Christmas and knew he did that, I'll stand corrected. Perhaps better stated as I'm not too familiar with his singing outside of the movies or I didn't know I was listening to him. Never made the Elfman:Oingo Boingo connection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekrekel View Post
    Never made the Elfman:Oingo Boingo connection.
    I hadn't either until very recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekrekel View Post
    Never made the Elfman:Oingo Boingo connection.
    It was the same for me up until 2015 or so. I knew about both but separately. I literally went "Wait, the film composer whose works I grew up loving was the singer for that?", likely echoing baffled statements of future TR/AR fans. Boingo, their last album, really seemed like it was paving the way for a dark solo career...it's long overdue.

    Also, this is, if I'm being honest, the first collab out of TR+X over the past while I've thought was straight amazing, top to bottom. It's been ehh (Tobacco) to pretty great (Health) to holy fucking amazeballs (this)

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    A post shared by on

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    I popped this on in the car coming back from the coffee shop and...I was not prepared for that. Remixes (of any kind) are hit and miss for me so I didn't have very high expectations but that was a shock to the system. Holy shit.

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    Oh shit. I’m gonna have to start listening to Oingo Boingo now, aren’t I?

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    It's cool these film composers have side projects.

    Seriously, though, this is fucking great. Who knows when we'll get more NIN, but Babysitter, Isn't Everyone, and True have been some amazing surprises to scratch that itch along the way (not to mention the Bowie tribute, the Halsey record, film scores, etc).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadflax View Post
    It's cool these film composers have side projects.

    Seriously, though, this is fucking great. Who knows when we'll get more NIN, but Babysitter, Isn't Everyone, and True have been some amazing surprises to scratch that itch along the way (not to mention the Bowie tribute, the Halsey record, film scores, etc).

    No shit! I was just thinking yesterday that even if the "theme" of the new NIN record isn't still about "collaboration" like Trent once said, we're getting plenty of that in the way of this recent string of great songs you mentioned. I'm only familiar with Danny Elfman's scoring work (he's up there with John Williams as far as how much of my childhood was scored by him), but I will have to check out his entire new album because I'm really liking this track. I'm glad it has an appropriately creepy music video, too! Speaking of which, I'd love to see NIN return to making more videos. This one and the video for St. Vincent's cover of Sad But True feel VERY NIN-esque.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonic_discord View Post
    No shit! I was just thinking yesterday that even if the "theme" of the new NIN record isn't still about "collaboration" like Trent once said, we're getting plenty of that in the way of this recent string of great songs you mentioned.
    I just started this thread of a Spotify list I made today compiling a bunch of the little collabs, one-offs, etc. that Trent and Atticus have worked on over the years:

    https://www.echoingthesound.org/comm...pilation-Album

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