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Post by mattw » Mon Jun 24, 2013 1:44 am

I'll be at the first few shows in Minnesota and Kansas City (got tickets - both GA) but I'm probably going to do one more (St. Louis or Toronto) if anyone's keen for a beer or several. Travelling around the States during my two weeks off work.

I'm pretty excited to be attending the very first show of the new tour - where's a good place to hang out in St. Paul before the show?

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My wife heard it on 107.7 in Seattle. They did it at 10am. Not sure if u got a code or what but it happened. Sorry if that post was a little vague, but I was too busy sleeping at 10am so I didn't get to try. Was just seeing if anyone on here scored them. I guess the answer is no.

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Post by Krazy_blah » Mon Jun 24, 2013 10:23 am


mattw said
I'll be at the first few shows in Minnesota and Kansas City (got tickets - both GA) but I'm probably going to do one more (St. Louis or Toronto) if anyone's keen for a beer or several. Travelling around the States during my two weeks off work.

I'm pretty excited to be attending the very first show of the new tour - where's a good place to hang out in St. Paul before the show?


I'll be coming from Milwaukee that day, and I obviously don't live there but did go to the Tool show/River's Edge last year and it's pretty much right next to Harriet Island.  We wound up just walking around that area and found some decent restaurant/bar places.  For food and drinks you won't find a shortage of places to go within walking distance:

 

http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&tab=ll

 

^^^ EDIT: shit, not sure why google maps won't save a link.  I just typed in the "Xcel Energy Center St. Paul", and "searched nearby: bars"

 

 
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Post by mattw » Mon Jun 24, 2013 4:23 pm

^Yeah, there's definitely lots of options - thanks Google maps. 

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Post by UndKeineZwEier » Tue Jun 25, 2013 3:29 pm

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Post by ziggy23 » Fri Jun 28, 2013 10:10 am

Nine Inch Nails Photos Preview 'Came Back Haunted' Clip
Images show Trent Reznor at work with director David Lynch




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Post by Ravenpig » Fri Jun 28, 2013 10:46 am

I love NIN (probably even more than Tool) but is a photoshoot of a video for an at best average NIN song really necessary?

 

Is David Lynch that cool?  He was awesome in those Louie episodes I'll give him that.
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Post by Krazy_blah » Fri Jun 28, 2013 11:18 am

New, major record label deal with upcoming album/tour = promotions. 

I don't think this photo shoot is that big a deal anyway with today's social media. 
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Post by UndKeineZwEier » Fri Jun 28, 2013 12:26 pm

I believe the video is supposed to release tomorrow according to something I read a couple of days ago.
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Post by fulcanelli » Fri Jun 28, 2013 1:28 pm

Ravenpig said
I love NIN (probably even more than Tool) but is a photoshoot of a video for an at best average NIN song really necessary?

 

Is David Lynch that cool?  He was awesome in those Louie episodes I'll give him that.


Yes, yes he is.

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Post by The Boss » Sat Jun 29, 2013 7:05 am

If I watch that, it will only sully Lynch's most excellent good name.
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Post by ziggy23 » Sat Jun 29, 2013 7:35 am

a piece of shit

worst nin video ever
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Post by The Boss » Sat Jun 29, 2013 7:45 am

ziggy23 said
a piece of shit

worst nin video ever


Can't be that bad. Lynch is incredible.

The music, on the other hand . . .

And no, I still won't watch it.

 

 

 

 

 


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Post by The Boss » Sat Jun 29, 2013 7:59 am

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Oh, fuck. Where to begin.

That was one of the laziest music videos I've ever seen. There were flashes of brilliance, to be sure. But for the most part, a repetitive, boring, piece of shit to match a boring, repetitive, song.

Lynch. Come on, man. What the fuck.

Gonna listen to "BROKEN" and play "GOTHAM CITY IMPOSTORS". Yeah, fuck you, I have no friends.

 
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Post by The Boss » Sat Jun 29, 2013 8:02 am

And what, exactly, was the point of the epileptic flashes? It's almost as if they wanted a response.

Dull, boring, and lazy.

See: "Perfect Drug" on how to do a classy NIN music video.

Fucking hell. Maybe I'm just old. Or Reznor isn't old enough.
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Post by James » Sat Jun 29, 2013 8:07 am

Grabbed two tickets to the November 5 date in San Antonio this morning, I am very much looking forward to seeing NIN live. Anyone else going to be there?

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Post by The Boss » Sat Jun 29, 2013 8:30 am

Well, nearly finished with "BROKEN", and frankly, I'm disgusted.

"THE FRAGILE" wasn't supposed to be balls, and that's why I liked it. It was art, and a little bit cheekily "new".

Going from "BROKEN" all the way through to whatever bullshit this fucking dickhead thinks that he's doing now is laughable.

And I cry. Good tunes, brothers and sisters. They are to be had, if you wander back through the NIN discog.

Don't go forward. Ugh.

Gonna listen to either COIL or FOETUS to calm me down. I NEED TO BE CALMED DOWN.
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Post by Zwerewolf » Sat Jun 29, 2013 8:50 am

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And what, exactly, was the point of the epileptic flashes? It's almost as if they wanted a response.

Dull, boring, and lazy.

See: "Perfect Drug" on how to do a classy NIN music video.

Fucking hell. Maybe I'm just old. Or Reznor isn't old enough.


 

Totally agree with you on "Perfect Drug". That's still to this day one of my favorite music videos. The song is ok musically but Trent has just lost it lyrically ever since he wrote "With Teeth". I still love to listen to that album and anything after it because sonically it's all very pleasing but I'd rather he wrote some more heartfelt "REAL" stuff...

 

It was inevitable though... success is a creativity killer.  Wife, kid, everlasting gobstopping money... Comfort... the root of all complacence.

 

I'm hoping there are some gems on the new album. I'm still buying it because I've always supported Trent and anyone on that side of the business (as far as genre goes). Maybe we'll get another "Ghosts" album out of him before he hangs up his coat forever.

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Post by The Boss » Sat Jun 29, 2013 8:58 am

If you want cheap and easy, without selling yourself, here ya go:


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Post by The Boss » Sat Jun 29, 2013 9:01 am

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And what, exactly, was the point of the epileptic flashes? It's almost as if they wanted a response.

Dull, boring, and lazy.

See: "Perfect Drug" on how to do a classy NIN music video.

Fucking hell. Maybe I'm just old. Or Reznor isn't old enough.


 

Totally agree with you on "Perfect Drug". That's still to this day one of my favorite music videos. The song is ok musically but Trent has just lost it lyrically ever since he wrote "With Teeth". I still love to listen to that album and anything after it because sonically it's all very pleasing but I'd rather he wrote some more heartfelt "REAL" stuff...

 

It was inevitable though... success is a creativity killer.  Wife, kid, everlasting gobstopping money... Comfort... the root of all complacence.

 

I'm hoping there are some gems on the new album. I'm still buying it because I've always supported Trent and anyone on that side of the business (as far as genre goes). Maybe we'll get another "Ghosts" album out of him before he hangs up his coat forever.


First track. And "Sunspots". And I think it's called "Beside you in time"? Really not sure. Hammered.

He can, actually, write good lyrics. And music to match it.

Might throw off my beautiful TODAY IS THE DAY for "WITH TEETH". Just for fun.
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Post by Zwerewolf » Sat Jun 29, 2013 10:05 am

The Boss said

Zwerewolf said


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And what, exactly, was the point of the epileptic flashes? It's almost as if they wanted a response.

Dull, boring, and lazy.

See: "Perfect Drug" on how to do a classy NIN music video.

Fucking hell. Maybe I'm just old. Or Reznor isn't old enough.


 

Totally agree with you on "Perfect Drug". That's still to this day one of my favorite music videos. The song is ok musically but Trent has just lost it lyrically ever since he wrote "With Teeth". I still love to listen to that album and anything after it because sonically it's all very pleasing but I'd rather he wrote some more heartfelt "REAL" stuff...

 

It was inevitable though... success is a creativity killer.  Wife, kid, everlasting gobstopping money... Comfort... the root of all complacence.

 

I'm hoping there are some gems on the new album. I'm still buying it because I've always supported Trent and anyone on that side of the business (as far as genre goes). Maybe we'll get another "Ghosts" album out of him before he hangs up his coat forever.


First track. And "Sunspots". And I think it's called "Beside you in time"? Really not sure. Hammered.

He can, actually, write good lyrics. And music to match it.

Might throw off my beautiful TODAY IS THE DAY for "WITH TEETH". Just for fun.


 

Yeah we all know he's very capable. He's much better at what he does when he's in pain though. Although "The Fragile" is my favorite album and that's when he decided to clean himself up... But I'll assume cleaning up was farm more painful than giving in.

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Post by ziggy23 » Tue Jul 02, 2013 9:30 am


- You like noisy music?
- Yes. The louder the better. Stops me from thinking.
- You don't like to think? What do you like?
- Never thought about it.

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Post by UndKeineZwEier » Tue Jul 09, 2013 6:35 pm

A beginner's guide to Nine Inch Nails.
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Post by Ravenpig » Thu Jul 18, 2013 10:21 am

So the digital, cd, deluxe cd, and vinyl will all have different covers and it seems as if he's not using the orange and blue one anymore (good).

I'd post the pics here but I've got no idea how to do that on my phone.
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