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Nine Inch Nails: ‘With Teeth’ listening party

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It’s been almost 2 weeks since I first heard the new Nine Inch Nails CD, With Teeth – and I’m anxiously awaiting the release of the CD on May 3rd! I got a chance to listen to the new CD at St. Andrews Hall in Detroit, Michigan on March 28th – and it only made the waiting for May 3rd more difficult!

If you haven’t checked out the website, here is the track listing:

All The Love In The World
You Know What You Are?
The Collector
The Hand That Feeds
Love Is Not Enough
Every Day Is Exactly The Same
With Teeth
Only
Getting Smaller
Sunspots
The Line Begins To Blur
Beside You In Time
Right Where It Belongs

All in all, the new CD is great – It has a few songs which may need to be listened in a better environment (minus the huge crowd) to be enjoyed, but over 1/2 are great songs. Many bring back more memories of ‘Pretty Hate Machine’ and less of ‘Broken’ or ‘The Downward Spiral’

I did preorder the new CD, so I’ll be able to pick it up on May 3rd – as well as have a vinyl copy of ‘The Hand That Feeds’ and ‘Home’ (B-side not on CD)… However, as of today, I haven’t received it. Hopefully soon, so I can check out the B-side too.

I’ll be sure to post a full review of each song once May 3rd comes around!

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  • slon

    Glad you like it. I hope the rest of the album is better than The Hand that Feeds.

  • Zora

    Greetings to all!

    Well, I’ve heard the album! It’s really excellent!!! Trent Reznor’s not lost his touch in five years! Ah yes, his birthday’s coming up soon, may 17.

    While it’s not a continuation of the story as i’d hoped, it is, in effect, a summation of the characters current thoughts and feelings, the way things are
    for him __now.

    When I first heard the leaked copy of The Line Begins to Blur, I thought o shit, this is terrible! but, it’s really not, it goes very well with the sort
    of music this album has, which is really not like anything he’s ever done before. While stylisticly it reminds me of Pretty Hate Machine, that being that
    it’s more musicly oriented than the Fragile or even DTS, it’s actual genre of music is very unique.

    All that being said, I love it!

    Is it wrong of me, though, to not be completely satisfied, and to be reassuring myself that there will be progress, that the story will continue where it
    left off at the fragile? Hmmm.