ahhh... like I said, I hadn't heard much, and it was all hearsayOriginally posted by rejenerate
Unless you're talking about something else, the issue isn't with his record company (Interscope), it's with his ex-manager and account...he's suing them, claiming that they stole from him. The ex-manager launched a lawsuit first, claiming Reznor owes him money.
couldn't have said it better myselfOriginally posted by lok
The fragile, both sides, is some of the most finely arranged and richly textured music i have ever heard. It may not have the rawness it TDS and PHM which NIN was claimed to, but it is just a wonder to listen to..
OK - from what I can surmise in my research, he laid down the drums on ONE track only.Originally posted by zee
dave grohl as the drummer?
could be interesting
The mixing of the new record has begun with Alan Moulder.
The final track listing is being discussed and determined.
The live band is becoming real. Things are in forward motion.
There is no turning or looking back.
Fuck the cluster of the past and everyone in it.
Click on erase. Click OK. Goodbye.
Nine Inch Nails: With Teeth
I have gone through about 5 stages of style over the last 6 years, and I have never been disappointed with Reznor. To this day, I have not been able to find a better album than Pretty Hate Machine. This music represents all that is real in life (I know that sounded flaky, but thatâ€™s how it is to me) and to be blatantly honest, I couldnâ€™t imagine going without that album, I almost want to burn a spare copy and put it in the safe just thinking about itOriginally posted by seeker
from what I heard (very little, and all hearsay), his nothing deal fucked him nearly as bad as his TVT/WaxTrax! deal. He's gotta be real impressed with the music 'industry' right now. You'd think the guy would learn a thing or two about contracts...
So, I'm curious to know what people's thoughts are on 'The Best NIN album'. Which one? I know a lot of people are really into 'The Fragile', although I never listened to it enough to care. 'The Downward Spiral' and its numerous singles/remixes certainly brought NIN to the mainstream -- which is odd, since nearly every review of the album at the time it was released was negative, and critics bashed it for how strange and unlistenable it was. Then there's 'Pretty Hate Machine' with its catchy synth-pop stylings.
PHM is the only one I really bother to listen to anymore, although I haven't had a decent copy of 'The Downward Spiral' to listen to in years.