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    Well, basically it was The Frail and I am expecting The Wretched and I hear the sample loop from Eraser. The drums kick in and the lights kick in to show Chris pounding away at the intro, shortly Charlie appears on the monitor above and comes out and starts doing theremin, Danny the follows head down looking like a rockstar and banging on the guitar. The camera then cuts to Richard backstage for a bit who comes out and throws some water on the crowd and starts singing. After that it is a free for all with the 9 Nine Inch Nails band! Besides "Hey Man Nice Shot" Richard sang on the choruses and the second verse of HLAH. It was so special. I am glad I flew out. I didn't need any one off song or something like that. Seeing the live version of NIN that was my first version of them as a kid and RP was enough. I hope those guys come back. It would be so awesome to see what they could accomplish while not being all drugged and partied out. I doubt that will happen but maybe in the spread out and only a few shows at a time version....

    I didn't film much, I was too busy thrashing out but here are some clips.

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqp...gRDXhCTFdiH1Bg



    One cool thing that happened to me was I went down towards the front when the show was over and met John Bechdel (Ministry/Ascension of the Watchers), Curse Mackey and Reggie Watts. I had some stickers of my own project, Robot Snake, and gave Reggie one. We were taking a photo and one was snapped and he was like, "Oh wait, lets get one with your sticker!" and held it up for the photo. Super nice of him. We chatted about him and Marc Rebillet jamming because I am from Dallas and that is where Marc started. I was lucky enough to see him in some of his early days and get to know him. That's another story. Just happy for him and he and Reggie are a perfect match! Someone on the discord said Danny Elfman was there as well as they were on the same flight. I was honestly surprised I did not see more celebs. NIN is so beloved and I am just so glad I went. Seeing Danny bring it on stage was the best. He is such a little smart ass that doesn't just bow in the greatness of Trent like some of the guys seem to do. haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan_NIN65 View Post
    Yeah I kinda feel this, I hate to say it but NIN is Trent Reznor so to me I would have been a little disappointed in the setlist and super jeolouls of the Vegas show if I didn't go to it. I hate to be negative but we got better songs in Vegas in my opinion. Its always hard cause every show is special and different but I am kinda glad I didn't spend over $1,000 getting to this show, it would have been a logistics nightmare for me.
    I have been resisting looking up the setlist or any info for this show. I was close to dropping 1k to go last minute. And also dealing with logistics nightmare from nyc.

    I still havent looked at setlist, but I was at Vegas too. And 6 other NIN shows this year. Your post is easing my pit of regret for missing the last show. Sounds amazing, but Vegas was an awesome show to end this tour with.

    Just wished they’d done 3 nights like in 2018!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m1ke View Post
    "yaaaa clevelaaaaaaaaaaaaaand!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by firewlker View Post
    "yaaaa clevelaaaaaaaaaaaaaand!"
    It makes me laugh each time and I don't know why, haha. Probably cause it feels so schlocky front man-esque.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thefragile_jake View Post
    It makes me laugh each time and I don't know why, haha. Probably cause it feels so schlocky front man-esque.
    The random "HEY!"s crack me up. White guy soul yell like James Brown or something. Trent does have the funk though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otnavuskire View Post
    Maybe I'm in the minority here, but I'm ready for some change from NIN. One of the best things about the band is how they've always changed and evolved throughout time. Looking forward to seeing the next evolution.
    Same. I've been so happy with the CBI tour in terms of new surprises, old favorites, and the absolute unpredictability of it all. But as much as I love hearing the old songs, I'm so ready for something new. New album, new stage aesthetic, new pool of songs for the setlist, new world, new times, mutation, feels all right.

    EDIT: I just realized a staggering statistic. Blossom was my 29th NIN show, which I knew, but SEVENTEEN of those shows have been in the 2017-2022 tour cycle. My 1995 - 2014 NIN experience was seeing them once or twice each tour, so each time was a new experience. It's no wonder I'm feeling a little burned out given that almost 2/3 of the NIN shows I've been to have been in the I Can't Seem To Wake Up / Cold & Black & Infinite cycle (but holy shit was it amazing and would I absolutely do it all over again).
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    So the C&B&I tour is winding down huh. Doesn't seem that infinite to me.

    /shitpost

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    Just came here to say that NIN live in 2022, and especially that last show at Cuyahoga Falls, was a fucking godsend after what were easily probably a couple of the worst years of my entire fucking life (and I doubt I'm alone here in that sentiment). I'm very thankful that everybody involved in this tour made it through the pandemic all right and were able to pull this off as brilliantly as they did. I really think this is one of the best tours Trent's every done. What a light in a very, very dark time.

    Regarding Trent's post-show remarks... the nature of NIN is change; it's what's kept the project so interesting, vital, and fresh after all these years while so many of his peers have stagnated. That last show was certainly a perfect and very tasteful way to put that era of 2016-2022 (and its ethos) to bed. I, like many others, am incredibly excited to see what comes next!

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    I didn't find the link posted yet but VetsAid show will be streamed it seems. Finally a stream! :-D

    It will be 19.99 and they offer some special merch.

    https://vetsaid.veeps.com/events/f2d...b-355db45079a3

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    (Replying to a comment from the Tour Journal thread...)

    Quote Originally Posted by AVirtualMemoryOfficial View Post
    Oh and listening to the tape from ninlive.com of this show right now as I'm typing this. If you haven't downloaded that yet, DO IT! One of the best (if not THE best) tape(s) of the whole tour!
    Yeah, seconded. That recording is quite excellent (among a sea of generally-excellent recordings! We are spoiled by our wonderful tapers. ) Definitely give that a download.
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    Someone on Reddit asked about the Cleveland soundcheck. Charlie Clouser responded


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    I'm a bit sad they didn't let Chris V. play a song or two alone. It's kinda impossible to hear what he does when Ilan plays at the same time.

    I feel like Chris' drum parts are often underrated in comparison to all the future drummers, and a big part of that is just their live mixing and completely different drum micing (is that a word?). You just can tell than since Jerome/Fragility they use much more acoustic-sounding kit and it's hard to compare.

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    Back in those days, they were basically using the drum mics on Chris's kit to trigger a sampler (at least for the Self Destruct tour, anyway) so you rarely ever hear his acoustic drum sound on most recordings.

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    Might also be to do with technical jumps forward/change of sound engineer etc - Sean Beavan, their live engineer from the start left in 96

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    The backing vocals on "Every Day is Exactly the Same" from the Bend, OR tape are exquisite. Matter of fact the backing vocals are fantastic through the whole show. I don't usually think of NIN backing vocals but they are really great on the tapes from the whole tour. There's more to it than "Shit Mirror" haha.

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