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2013-08-21 02:13:30 PM
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2013-08-21 02:30:26 PM
Trent, man, you are better when you're angry. I'm not saying you should get back on heroin, but go slam your hand in a car door or something. Jesus, that is awful.
 
2013-08-21 02:42:43 PM
Um, that was awful.

And I'm a fan.

A local radio station said "it's really poppy, but gets all Reznor-y at the end".

I heard no Reznor-y.
 
2013-08-21 02:46:15 PM

Nabb1: Trent, man, you are better when you're angry. I'm not saying you should get back on heroin, but go slam your hand in a car door or something. Jesus, that is awful.


I'm not only saying he should get back on the heroin, I am saying I will go out and buy it for him.

Yeesh.
 
2013-08-21 02:47:38 PM
Seriously, I actually went to Wikipedia to verify that this was actually a NIN song and not a sick joke.
 
2013-08-21 02:59:14 PM

gilgigamesh: I'm not only saying he should get back on the heroin, I am saying I will go out and buy it for him.

Yeesh.


Dude. You are a serious fan!
 
2013-08-21 03:14:27 PM

Nabb1: Trent, man, you are better when you're angry. I'm not saying you should get back on heroin, but go slam your hand in a car door or something. Jesus, that is awful.


When he lived here in New Orleans, you'd run into him all over uptown. He's short and soft-spoken, but just blew up on a stage or album. It was hard to marry that rage to the nice guy sitting in Juan's Flying Burrito drinking iced tea.

The Carlton bit was hilarious, I might add.

gilgigamesh: 'm not only saying he should get back on the heroin, I am saying I will go out and buy it for him.

Yeesh.


He was also an alcoholic. Might still be. All I know is that when my favorite artists mature and get sober, they start losing that spark. So yeah, you give me the money, gilgigamesh, and I'll go score some smack and swing by the Rouse's for a case of scotch. Would probably help if we kicked him the balls or something.
 
2013-08-21 03:21:18 PM

Dancin_In_Anson: gilgigamesh: I'm not only saying he should get back on the heroin, I am saying I will go out and buy it for him.

Yeesh.

Dude. You are a serious fan!


Somewhat. I just really hated that song. I couldn't believe that wasn't a joke.
 
2013-08-21 03:25:44 PM

dickfreckle: He was also an alcoholic. Might still be. All I know is that when my favorite artists mature and get sober, they start losing that spark. So yeah, you give me the money, gilgigamesh, and I'll go score some smack and swing by the Rouse's for a case of scotch. Would probably help if we kicked him the balls or something.


I used to live near him when he was living in New Orleans in the mid 90s. I used to see him every now and then at Ms. Maes on Magazine. I more or less lived there, and he would occasionally come in and play a couple of games of Galaga.

That was at the height of his creative powers, and I never saw him worse for wear. Seriously, Trent. You don't have to inject it or anything. Maybe an occasional snort or something.
 
2013-08-21 03:30:27 PM

gilgigamesh: You don't have to inject it or anything. Maybe an occasional snort or something.


Just a taste...
 
2013-08-21 03:32:36 PM

Dancin_In_Anson: gilgigamesh: You don't have to inject it or anything. Maybe an occasional snort or something.

Just a taste...


How you doing, my man? Are you good?
 
2013-08-21 03:53:19 PM

gilgigamesh: How you doing, my man? Are you good?


I'm good! How are things in NOLA?
 
2013-08-21 04:05:13 PM

Dancin_In_Anson: gilgigamesh: How you doing, my man? Are you good?

I'm good! How are things in NOLA?


Hot and boring. Back on topic, I plan to see NIN at Voodoo Fest in November, crappy single not withstanding. Hopefully the rest of the album will... differ.
 
2013-08-21 04:28:41 PM
Nine Inch Fail.

Sounds like Trent went thru the 80's trash bin, found a discarded Cure song, and spooged on it.
 
2013-08-21 04:28:53 PM
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2013-08-21 05:03:38 PM
whatever, I liked it. I'm looking forward to this album more than I thought I would.
 
2013-08-21 05:14:29 PM
ok, I'll be the industrial music snob since I am and have listened to industrial music since 1986 with Front 242, Skinny puppy, FLA  and Nitzer ebb being some of my first music loves.

First off: I hate people that classify NIN as industrial. If you think it is go see anything on the Metropolis label. I reccomend Velovet Acid Christ, Hocico, Leaetherstrip or hundreds of other bands

Second. Trent Reznor hasnt done Jack shiat worth listening to since The Downward spiral in 1994
 
2013-08-21 05:16:32 PM
NIN?

NEIN!!!!
 
2013-08-21 05:30:01 PM
Copy of A was waaaaay better than whatever the fark this is.That song subby linked is shiat,it's almost as bad as The Collector or WITHA TEETHA
 
2013-08-21 05:30:29 PM
Their are doing a real nice adaptation of the Stop Making Sense staging for the tour. It looks pretty great.
 
2013-08-21 05:31:40 PM

mentallo69: ok, I'll be the industrial music snob since I am and have listened to industrial music since 1986 with Front 242, Skinny puppy, FLA and Nitzer ebb being some of my first music loves.

First off: I hate people that classify NIN as industrial. If you think it is go see anything on the Metropolis label. I reccomend Velovet Acid Christ, Hocico, Leaetherstrip or hundreds of other bands

Second. Trent Reznor hasnt done Jack shiat worth listening to since The Downward spiral in 1994


Huh, an industrial hipster. I never thought I'd see the day...
 
2013-08-21 05:32:01 PM
Link
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2013-08-21 05:35:56 PM

mentallo69: Trent Reznor hasnt done Jack shiat worth listening to since The Downward spiral in 1994


The score for The Social Network is good
 
2013-08-21 05:37:29 PM

ohknaks: mentallo69: ok, I'll be the industrial music snob since I am and have listened to industrial music since 1986 with Front 242, Skinny puppy, FLA and Nitzer ebb being some of my first music loves.

First off: I hate people that classify NIN as industrial. If you think it is go see anything on the Metropolis label. I reccomend Velvet Acid Christ, Hocico, Leaetherstrip or hundreds of other bands

Second. Trent Reznor hasnt done Jack shiat worth listening to since The Downward spiral in 1994

Huh, an industrial hipster. I never thought I'd see the day...


at 39 I would hardly call myself a hipster. I was into underground music and ordering my CD's from Germany back before the internet was available. I hate the sounds of mainstream music because it lacks artistry. Mainstream music has copied itself to the point of irrelevance. I'm am a music snob because I think corporate radio and music has shoveled garbage down peoples throats since the 90's. There hasnt been one good god damn band to hit the mainstream airwaves since Tool.
 
2013-08-21 05:42:02 PM

mentallo69: ohknaks: mentallo69: ok, I'll be the industrial music snob since I am and have listened to industrial music since 1986 with Front 242, Skinny puppy, FLA and Nitzer ebb being some of my first music loves.

First off: I hate people that classify NIN as industrial. If you think it is go see anything on the Metropolis label. I reccomend Velvet Acid Christ, Hocico, Leaetherstrip or hundreds of other bands

Second. Trent Reznor hasnt done Jack shiat worth listening to since The Downward spiral in 1994

Huh, an industrial hipster. I never thought I'd see the day...

at 39 I would hardly call myself a hipster. I was into underground music and ordering my CD's from Germany back before the internet was available. I hate the sounds of mainstream music because it lacks artistry. Mainstream music has copied itself to the point of irrelevance. I'm am a music snob because I think corporate radio and music has shoveled garbage down peoples throats since the 90's. There hasnt been one good god damn band to hit the mainstream airwaves since Tool.


It's okay, you can leave it to us.
 
2013-08-21 05:45:14 PM
Now, How to Destroy Angels?  Because at this point I see no continuing in listening to Trent.
 
2013-08-21 05:46:45 PM

mentallo69: There hasnt been one good god damn band to hit the mainstream airwaves since Tool.


Go look up Puscifer,Conditions of My Parole was farking fantastic.
/Still waiting on a new Tool album.....
 
2013-08-21 05:49:52 PM

nucrash: Now, How to Destroy Angels?  Because at this point I see no continuing in listening to Trent.


How to Destroy Angels just sucked. I like Mariqueen's voice,West Indian Girl was great,but HTDA was awful.
/They named their second kid Balthazar for farks sake.
 
2013-08-21 05:50:35 PM

mentallo69: First off: I hate people that classify NIN as industrial. If you think it is go see anything on the Metropolis label. I reccomend Velovet Acid Christ, Hocico, Leaetherstrip or hundreds of other bands


Though I kind of agree that NIN isn't really Industrial (in the sense that I think Trent had more outside influences than just Industrial; though I don't think NIN circa PHM is too far removed from Young Gods, Ministry, Skinny Puppy) , those have to be the worst examples of Industrial one can point to.
 
2013-08-21 05:56:00 PM
That... wasn't good.
 
2013-08-21 05:56:14 PM

afghanwhiggle: mentallo69: ohknaks: mentallo69: ok, I'll be the industrial music snob since I am and have listened to industrial music since 1986 with Front 242, Skinny puppy, FLA and Nitzer ebb being some of my first music loves.

First off: I hate people that classify NIN as industrial. If you think it is go see anything on the Metropolis label. I reccomend Velvet Acid Christ, Hocico, Leaetherstrip or hundreds of other bands

Second. Trent Reznor hasnt done Jack shiat worth listening to since The Downward spiral in 1994

Huh, an industrial hipster. I never thought I'd see the day...

at 39 I would hardly call myself a hipster. I was into underground music and ordering my CD's from Germany back before the internet was available. I hate the sounds of mainstream music because it lacks artistry. Mainstream music has copied itself to the point of irrelevance. I'm am a music snob because I think corporate radio and music has shoveled garbage down peoples throats since the 90's. There hasnt been one good god damn band to hit the mainstream airwaves since Tool.

It's okay, you can leave it to us.


:)  go for it dude, its fine
 
2013-08-21 05:57:37 PM

A Terrible Human: mentallo69: There hasnt been one good god damn band to hit the mainstream airwaves since Tool.

Go look up Puscifer,Conditions of My Parole was farking fantastic.
/Still waiting on a new Tool album.....



Wasn't Puscifer Maynards side project? A new Tool album would be awesome, though I think he is more into his wine making and Brazilian JJ these days
 
2013-08-21 05:59:08 PM
I wonder if anyone in this thread knows who Blixa Bargeld is?
/And now for Halber Mensch
 
2013-08-21 06:05:09 PM

FeedTheCollapse: mentallo69: First off: I hate people that classify NIN as industrial. If you think it is go see anything on the Metropolis label. I reccomend Velovet Acid Christ, Hocico, Leaetherstrip or hundreds of other bands

Though I kind of agree that NIN isn't really Industrial (in the sense that I think Trent had more outside influences than just Industrial; though I don't think NIN circa PHM is too far removed from Young Gods, Ministry, Skinny Puppy) , those have to be the worst examples of Industrial one can point to.

Holy shiat! I havent heard the Young Gods since 1992.


PHM was, is and will always be one of my favorite albums. I would say it was his only album other than Broken that has industrial influence.
Though so many people will argue that. I like Trent, I keep going back hoping he will make an awesome album. I just cant like anything since DS. Although the With Teeth Album was more noteable of his latest few releases,  but even this album lacked that farking Trent Reznor farking angst. Too experimental I guess.

My personal favorite band of all time is Front Line Assembly. I've seen them and Ministry about 10 times each.

My problem with "popular music" today is that nothing in the music industry has changed since the Grunge era. The songs are all either autotuned or bubblegum pop. Thats why I use Tool as a reference. I cant remember the last time I heard a band on the radio and was like holy shiat, that was awesome. I'm not saying that there havent been a few good bands, but none that have come out and got me so interested that I thought to myself  now that is a great band.
 
2013-08-21 06:05:28 PM

mentallo69: ok, I'll be the industrial music snob since I am and have listened to industrial music since 1986 with Front 242, Skinny puppy, FLA  and Nitzer ebb being some of my first music loves.

First off: I hate people that classify NIN as industrial. If you think it is go see anything on the Metropolis label. I reccomend Velovet Acid Christ, Hocico, Leaetherstrip or hundreds of other bands

Second. Trent Reznor hasnt done Jack shiat worth listening to since The Downward spiral in 1994


The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and The Fragile all say hi.  With Teeth wants a reason to speak up, but some of those songs are a bit iffy.

/Ghosts I-IV can actually be some surprisingly effective background music for what amounts to two discs of Trent goofing off

/
 
2013-08-21 06:08:22 PM
This song is pretty damn awesome.
 
2013-08-21 06:09:21 PM

mentallo69: Wasn't Puscifer Maynards side project? A new Tool album would be awesome, though I think he is more into his wine making and Brazilian JJ these days


Yup and I'd be totally happy with there never being another Tool album as long as he keeps making albums as good as Conditions.
/No wait I'm lying. HURRY THE fark UP ALREADY!!!11!
 
2013-08-21 06:12:02 PM

Clutch2013: mentallo69: ok, I'll be the industrial music snob since I am and have listened to industrial music since 1986 with Front 242, Skinny puppy, FLA  and Nitzer ebb being some of my first music loves.

First off: I hate people that classify NIN as industrial. If you think it is go see anything on the Metropolis label. I reccomend Velovet Acid Christ, Hocico, Leaetherstrip or hundreds of other bands

Second. Trent Reznor hasnt done Jack shiat worth listening to since The Downward spiral in 1994

The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and The Fragile all say hi.  With Teeth wants a reason to speak up, but some of those songs are a bit iffy.

/Ghosts I-IV can actually be some surprisingly effective background music for what amounts to two discs of Trent goofing off

/


Musical tastes are opinionated, and I humbly disagree.  PHM, Broken, and Downward Spiral are the only albums of his that I personally like. Everything since then seems like he just lost it. Maybe Sobriety is what killed it. Who knows.

I saw Trent Reznor in 1994 with David Bowie and I remember I was about 15 rows from the stage. As soon as he opened up with Terrible Lie myself, and everyone in the 15 rows in front of us all got pushed forward and I was next to the damn stage. It wasnt a mosh pit, it was a smosh pit. That was Trent Reznor at his finest. That show was major ass kicking
 
2013-08-21 06:12:53 PM

A Terrible Human: mentallo69: Wasn't Puscifer Maynards side project? A new Tool album would be awesome, though I think he is more into his wine making and Brazilian JJ these days

Yup and I'd be totally happy with there never being another Tool album as long as he keeps making albums as good as Conditions.
/No wait I'm lying. HURRY THE fark UP ALREADY!!!11!


I've never seen Tool live and I regret it
 
2013-08-21 06:19:08 PM

mentallo69: I saw Trent Reznor in 1994 with David Bowie


I'm farking jealous as fark.
 
2013-08-21 06:26:16 PM

A Terrible Human: mentallo69: I saw Trent Reznor in 1994 with David Bowie

I'm farking jealous as fark.


Good show dude, was the first large show I ever saw. It was at the Tacoma Dome in Washington. Since that show I have literally seen over a thousand bands live. Before I got old and shiat my entire 20's was spent going to concerts. Between CD's Ive bought and Concerts I went to no wonder I couldnt afford food. But I had a really bad ass Onkyo set up in the day.

Broke as fark, but I had tunes
 
2013-08-21 06:31:19 PM

FeedTheCollapse: Though I kind of agree that NIN isn't really Industrial (in the sense that I think Trent had more outside influences than just Industrial; though I don't think NIN circa PHM is too far removed from Young Gods, Ministry, Skinny Puppy) , those have to be the worst examples of Industrial one can point to.


Actually, most of the examples of industrial in this thread are off. :p

No mention of Clock DVA, Controlled Bleeding, Throbbing Gristle, Coil, etc.

Anyway, techno came in and stole industrial away from the guys who were trying to make bad rave music for goths.  There's an entire industrial techno scene which is heavily influenced by stuff like the above and Nocturnal Emissions, Zoviet France, Daniel Menche, etc.
 
2013-08-21 06:32:25 PM

A Terrible Human: I wonder if anyone in this thread knows who Blixa Bargeld is?
/And now for Halber Mensch


I want that ubermensch to have my babies.

/Stopped paying attention to NIN in the 90s
 
2013-08-21 06:36:02 PM
Dafuq
 
2013-08-21 06:37:28 PM

Glitchwerks: FeedTheCollapse: Though I kind of agree that NIN isn't really Industrial (in the sense that I think Trent had more outside influences than just Industrial; though I don't think NIN circa PHM is too far removed from Young Gods, Ministry, Skinny Puppy) , those have to be the worst examples of Industrial one can point to.


Actually, most of the examples of industrial in this thread are off. :p

No mention of Clock DVA, Controlled Bleeding, Throbbing Gristle, Coil, etc.

Anyway, techno came in and stole industrial away from the guys who were trying to make bad rave music for goths.  There's an entire industrial techno scene which is heavily influenced by stuff like the above and Nocturnal Emissions, Zoviet France, Daniel Menche, etc.



By who's standards? While those bands you mention are certainly pioneers in the industrial genre how can you not consider bands like VAC, FLA, Leaetherstrip, Wumpscut and Hocico not industrial. They are the very definition of the genre?

Coil is the shiat btw, great music
 
2013-08-21 06:38:03 PM

my alt's alt's alt: A Terrible Human: I wonder if anyone in this thread knows who Blixa Bargeld is?
/And now for Halber Mensch

I want that ubermensch to have my babies.

/Stopped paying attention to NIN in the 90s


Glad Im not the only one
 
2013-08-21 06:42:26 PM

mentallo69: By who's standards? While those bands you mention are certainly pioneers in the industrial genre how can you not consider bands like VAC, FLA, Leaetherstrip, Wumpscut and Hocico not industrial. They are the very definition of the genre?



I wouldn't call those bands as not being Industrial, but outside of FLA, they're pretty uniformly terrible acts.
 
2013-08-21 06:43:17 PM

mentallo69: Clutch2013: mentallo69: ok, I'll be the industrial music snob since I am and have listened to industrial music since 1986 with Front 242, Skinny puppy, FLA  and Nitzer ebb being some of my first music loves.

First off: I hate people that classify NIN as industrial. If you think it is go see anything on the Metropolis label. I reccomend Velovet Acid Christ, Hocico, Leaetherstrip or hundreds of other bands

Second. Trent Reznor hasnt done Jack shiat worth listening to since The Downward spiral in 1994

The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and The Fragile all say hi.  With Teeth wants a reason to speak up, but some of those songs are a bit iffy.

/Ghosts I-IV can actually be some surprisingly effective background music for what amounts to two discs of Trent goofing off

/

Musical tastes are opinionated, and I humbly disagree.  PHM, Broken, and Downward Spiral are the only albums of his that I personally like. Everything since then seems like he just lost it. Maybe Sobriety is what killed it. Who knows.

I saw Trent Reznor in 1994 with David Bowie and I remember I was about 15 rows from the stage. As soon as he opened up with Terrible Lie myself, and everyone in the 15 rows in front of us all got pushed forward and I was next to the damn stage. It wasnt a mosh pit, it was a smosh pit. That was Trent Reznor at his finest. That show was major ass kicking


Well, since we're going down that path, I'll submit that while I don't think Trent's completely lost it, he had a real rough patch with Year Zero.  Actually, that rough patch probably started with the last track of With Teeth, "Right Where It Belongs" (I think that's what it's called).  That song is depressing.  Not "Wow, this is really emotional" depressing.  I'm talking the kind of depressing that inspires you to seek out the largest-caliber weapon you can get your hands on.  Year Zero - while intriguing as far as its' ARG went - was more of the same, and I still don't own that album because of that.  I'm not nearly nihilistic enough to enjoy those songs.  I'd rather listen to a 24-hour loop of "The Day the World Went Away" than deal with anything from Right Where It Belongs up until the last track of Year Zero.

The Slip was OK, and a little more upbeat, but forgettable, and Ghosts is largely background music - a warm-up of sorts, really, to the scores he did with Atticus Ross.
 
2013-08-21 06:45:59 PM

Nabb1: Trent, man, you are better when you're angry. I'm not saying you should get back on heroin, but go slam your hand in a car door or something. Jesus, that is awful.


I remember when fans were happy that his dog fell of a ledge and died because they thought he would become depressed and write better music. Some people need help.
 
2013-08-21 06:48:28 PM

Clutch2013: Ghosts is largely background music


Ghosts is just electronic music, in the sense music professors refer to it. Funny thing is, Trent does it better than pretty much any composer those same professors usually teach about.
 
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