History Trivia / NineInchNails

17th Jul '17 9:50:22 PM BronyoftheOctaves
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* DevelopmentHell: Interscope apparently has been in plans to make a NIN compilation album. So far as of 2017? Nothing!
** Trent mentioned years back he and HBO were planning to have a miniseries for ''Year Zero'', but it's unknown if it's still in development at all.
30th Apr '17 11:44:24 PM InTheGallbladder
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** Trent Reznor was working on a collaboration with [[Music/ThrobbingGristle Peter]] [[Music/{{Coil}} Christopherson]] in the moments leading up to the latter's death--it only went as far as Reznor mailing him raw material to work with, as he died before he could return it with his own contributions.
16th Mar '17 2:41:56 PM Asbduhas
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** Trent has admitted that it was selfish of him to have recorded ''Music/TheDownwardSpiral'' in the house where Shanon Tate had been murdered for no reason other than his own morbid curiosities, especially after Tate's sister called him out on it.

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** Trent has admitted that it was selfish of him to have recorded ''Music/TheDownwardSpiral'' in the house where Shanon Sharon Tate had been murdered for no reason other than his own morbid curiosities, especially after Tate's sister called him out on it.
2nd Mar '17 7:38:16 AM NWolfman
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* OldShame: Trent has admitted that it was selfish of him to have recorded ''Music/TheDownwardSpiral'' in the house where Shanon Tate had been murdered for no reason other than his own morbid curiosities, especially after Tate's sister called him out on it.

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* OldShame: OldShame
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Trent has admitted that it was selfish of him to have recorded ''Music/TheDownwardSpiral'' in the house where Shanon Tate had been murdered for no reason other than his own morbid curiosities, especially after Tate's sister called him out on it.it.
** He also disowned the one album he recorded with Option 30, particularly a notoriously cheesy cover of [[Music/{{Falco}} "Der Kommissar."]]
22nd Feb '17 12:19:48 AM NWolfman
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* OldShame: Trent has admitted that it was selfish of him to have recorded ''Music/TheDownwardSpiral'' in the house where Shanon Tate had been murdered for no reason other than his own morbid curiosities, especially after Tate's sister called him out on it.
23rd Dec '16 4:26:49 PM Jake18
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* LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition: ''Ghosts I-IV'' got this treatment by its release in five different packages: A digital download of the full album in FLAC with digital extras; a 2CD format; a 4 LP format; a Deluxe Edition featuring the [=CDs=], a 24/48 blu-ray and a DVD-ROM with multitrack stems for the full album; and an Ultra-Deluxe Limited Edition, which paired the Deluxe Edition with the vinyl copy, a coffee table book of the artwork and two exclusive Giclée prints. A free torrent of the first 9 songs (Ghosts I) also existed.
9th Jun '16 10:41:46 PM wyattte
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** Trent isn't fond of "Big Man With a Gun" (which is probably why he never plays it live), nor is he fond of "Ruiner"; in a ''Guitar World'' interview released the month after ''The Downward Spiral'' was released, Trent admitted that "Ruiner" was the hardest song to write, and he still wasn't sure that he did it right.
* CreatorBreakdown: ''The Downward Spiral'' was made during a period where Trent was suffering a downward spiral of his own, induced by depression and drug abuse. Even when the album was released to mass acclaim, Trent was still unhappy due to disillusionment with his newfound fame

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** Trent isn't fond of "Big Man With a Gun" (which is probably why he never plays doesn't often play it live), nor is he fond of "Ruiner"; in a ''Guitar World'' interview released the month after ''The Downward Spiral'' was released, Trent admitted that "Ruiner" was the hardest song to write, and he still wasn't sure that he did it right.
* CreatorBreakdown: ''The Downward Spiral'' was made during a period where Trent was suffering a downward spiral of his own, induced by depression and drug abuse. Even when the album was released to mass acclaim, Trent was still unhappy due to disillusionment with his newfound famefame. It would up bleeding into the sessions for ''The Fragile,'' and in fact, he admitted he was contemplating suicide while writing "La Mer."



* CutSong: "Just Do It," which was left off ''Music/TheDownwardSpiral'' at the advice of producer Creator/{{Flood}}, who considered it too "up front" about the act of suicide.

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* CutSong: "Just Do It," which was left off ''Music/TheDownwardSpiral'' at the advice of producer Creator/{{Flood}}, who considered it too "up front" about the act of suicide. "The Beauty Of The Drug" is another song that didn't make that album, and it's possible they weren't even recorded.
** "The Warning" was cut from ''With Teeth.'' It's not confirmed as to whether it's the same "The Warning" that wound up on ''Year Zero.'' Also cut from ''With Teeth'' - "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bg76mSSzErs Non-Entity]]" and "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWdn9QYN4ag Not So Pretty Now.]]"
21st May '16 11:10:42 PM DavidDelony
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* SleeperHit: ''Pretty Hate Machine'' really only took off about a year after its release.

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* SleeperHit: ''Pretty Hate Machine'' really only took off about a year after its release. Even then, it only peaked at number 75 on the Billboard chart. It took until 1992 to go gold and 1995 to hit platinum.
21st May '16 7:59:18 PM DavidDelony
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* SleeperHit: ''Pretty Hate Machine'' really only took off about a year after its release.
20th Apr '16 1:06:57 AM aye_amber
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** TVT Records was rather upset with ''Pretty Hate Machine'' because Reznor refused to be turned into a second DepecheMode. Steve Gottlieb, TVT's founder, then tried to sabotage the recording of ''Broken'' and Trent's move to Interscope.

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** TVT Records was rather upset with ''Pretty Hate Machine'' because Reznor refused to be turned into a second DepecheMode.Music/DepecheMode. Steve Gottlieb, TVT's founder, then tried to sabotage the recording of ''Broken'' and Trent's move to Interscope.
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