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(Rolling Stone)   Trent Reznor confirms Nine Inch Nails "Desperate for Cash" reunion tour   (rollingstone.com) divider line 59
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2013-02-26 10:47:51 AM  

Ann Coulter's Diiick: All the times Ive seen them from the little club tours and beyond, Lights In The Sky tour was hands down the best concert I've ever been to. The performance, perfect band members cast, and the best visual show I've ever seen. I almost don't want to go to see them again because that show was about as perfect as I could've ever hoped for.


And that's why I have no desire to go see them.

The appeal of going to see NIN early on was the lack of perfection and potential for things to go awry and detonate at a seconds notice.
 
2013-02-26 11:45:24 AM  

solcofn: The Troof hurts: strutin: I just got an email today announcing the presale for Motley Crue at a local ~5000 seat venue.

Their cross Canada tour.  (It appears all four guys are in it by the way the email blurb is written..)


cheapest seat is $76+

/couldn't believe my eyes.

If it was Motley Lue, I would think about it.


Hell yeah
 
2013-02-26 11:52:24 AM  

InmanRoshi: Repo Man: Adrian Belew? Sounds interesting.

Yeah,  I've typically found Reznor's work to be mostly a derivative of better artists, but a collaboration with Belew sounds interesting.    It's been a while since there was a electric/prog act that excited me.


this is my only real interest in that.  Belew makes me curious what they could produce.

/was gonna submit this with headline "Reznorrected?"
//but from an AV Club article
 
2013-02-26 01:45:20 PM  
Going to go try to get up to Vegas for the HTDA show.  Don't really have the money for Coachella but really want to see New Order.

I think the most intimate NIN concert I went to was on the first leg of the "With Teeth" tour when Dresden Dolls opened.  About 300 people.  Really pissed me off that he didn't come through AZ in '06 for Year Zero but I at least have the videos from ThisOneIsOnUs - the best fan project EVAR

I hope he doesn't let the Year Zero series project wither away - the message is too important.  The material on the original Year Zero website could easily be fleshed out but it needs to be a visceral experience both in the ideas and the visuals presented. The subtlety of a ball-peen hammer to the skull if you will.
 
2013-02-26 03:07:39 PM  
Linkzzzor to Trent covering Warm Leatherette. Relevant enough!

mjohnson71: My friend was drunk and kept telling the Linkin guys they'd never go anywhere: boy did he get that one wrong.


I felt the same way about the opening act for Busta Rhymes and Wycleff... some cruddy girl group... Destiny's Child?!  somthin' like that.  TERRIBLE NAME!
 
2013-02-26 07:14:11 PM  

SockMonkeyHolocaust: I saw him at a venue that was pretty small. There was a lot of smoke and light and he'd come out sing a bit and then disappear. I spent the entire night wondering why I didn't just sit at home and listen to the CD. Then I read a Rolling Stone article where he said one of his fans said to him "You'll know it's me because I am the one singing your songs the loudest"and I was just done with it. I only listen to field recordings of farm machinery and sea anemones. Support your local noise bands.


F*ck Bull of Heaven.
 
2013-02-26 09:09:59 PM  
Saw them in 2009 when they last toured with Jane's Addiction. Great show, glad they, er, he's back!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykRQx1d_U0U
 
2013-02-26 10:54:14 PM  

xenomorpheus: I hope he doesn't let the Year Zero series project wither away - the message is too important. The material on the original Year Zero website could easily be fleshed out but it needs to be a visceral experience both in the ideas and the visuals presented. The subtlety of a ball-peen hammer to the skull if you will.


I for one could live without visuals for the club "outbreak" audio.
 
2013-02-26 11:49:28 PM  
Somehow, I don't think Trent Reznor is hurting for money.
 
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