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you could have at least pasted in the email trent sent....
My high school anthem. It's pretty timeless.
best song by NIN ..
i used to be so big and strong.
i used to know my right from wrong.
i used to never be afraid.
i used to be somebody
Wow, 20 years!
That was a great era for "industrial".
Can't really think of any good bands producing that kind of music these days.
ok I love these too:
Something I Can Never Have
I can remember the day I first listened to the bass kick drop from "Head Like a Hole" and said..."Yah, this just changed everything!"
When this came out I was hanging out at a club named "Purity's" in Ohio. Whenever they would play "Sin" they would drop the volume when he sang "My Purity you stole" and everyone you scream PURITY'S at the top of their lungs.
Just listening to this song reminds me of black lights and crappy dancing.
The thing about microblogging is that it sucks yet it is a very effective and interesting form of writing.
...and idea sharing.
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NIN was great when I was 17! I think it was by the time Korn came along that I started to find that sort of band crybabyish. U betrayed me, the police is mean, I'm feeling sad in my huge mansion, etc
I met my first love of my life at said club above that played a lot of NIN.
We moved to Colorado together and the day she told me she was moving out and moving back to Ohio I got into my car, plugged my portable CD player into my cassette player and took a long drive in the mountains listening exclusively to this CD.
It's the perfect soundtrack to a breakup.
Goddamit. Realizations about how long ago I first heard this album are making my bones creak again... sigh.
I remember smuggling beers into an all ages dance club when this album was out. good times!
Years ago, I know I've listened to this album hundreds of times over. I haven't listened to much of Trent Reznor's new stuff but based on what I have heard, I think this is his best album.