Nine Inch Nails - Further Down the Spiral

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Holland Import

“Further Down the Spiral” is a remix of “The Downward Spiral,” featuring collaborations with high-profile acts like Aphex Twin, Rick Rubin and Dan Navarro. The album was released in two versions for physical copies. The first was called “Halo 10,” released in the US and the other was “Halo 10 V2,” released in Japan, Australia and the UK. Both versions feature different songs, adding to this record's mystique and collectability. It’s since become one of the best-selling remix albums of all time. 

 

 

Nine Inch Nails (NIN), specifically the work of lead creative Trent Reznor, has proven to be one of the most influential and offbeat bands of the ‘90s. Their music popularized industrial rock, spawning generic imitators as big as Axl Rose to adopt the sound. Reznor’s stubbornness to his vision led him to play and write all the instruments except drums which he programmed with a drum machine. The band only came together on tour or to help with the many schemes Reznor would come up with, like creating multimedia experiences for fans ranging from short films to a VR game to elaborate puzzles leading to the location of a secret performance. Inspired by David Bowie, Reznor wanted to create a public image that was simultaneously ubiquitous but mysterious. And NIN’s influence would have a bizarre reach in pop music, from direct samples like on Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” to subtle influences on stars like Billie Eilish. Reznor also called New Orleans home at one point, running Nothings Studio on Magazine Street not far from La Boulangerie today. He recorded artists like Pantera here before Hurricane Katrina solidified his decision to leave the city for the west coast.

 

Tracklist:

  1. Piggy (Nothing Can Stop Me Now)
  2. The Art of Self Destruction, Part One
  3. Self Destruction, Part Three
  4. Heresy (Version)
  5. The Downward Spiral (The Bottom)
  6. Hurt (Live)
  7. At the Heart of It All
  8. Ruiner (Version)
  9. Eraser (Denial; Realization)
  10. Self Destruction, Final
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