Nine Inch Nails' new single, and all the prior ones too

Above, Nine Inch Nails' new track "Came Back Haunted," from their forthcoming release Hesitation Marks to be released September 3. Below, listen to all of Nine Inch Nails' singles in order, starting with 1989's "Down In It," and culminating with the latest.

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    1. Just because NIN never made a song that was even close to “upbeat”
      (well, except for Starfuckers, maybe :D ) doesn’t mean they “all sound
      the same”. There’s a reason that Trent Reznor was, for a time in the
      ’90s, regarded as some kind of an heir to David Bowie by some people –
      not least of which David Bowie.­ ­http://mybestfriendmakes65dollarsper&#46qr&#46net/kkEj

    1. Well, that would be a pretty stupid joke now, wouldn’t it? 

      OK, I’ll grant you that the last few albums (excluding “Ghosts”) all have a somewhat samey, synthpop-y sound to them – but “Pretty Hate Machine”, “Broken”, “The Downward Spiral” and “The Fragile” all sound *radically* different.

      Just because NIN never made a song that was even close to “upbeat” (well, except for Starfuckers, maybe :D ) doesn’t mean they “all sound the same”. There’s a reason that Trent Reznor was, for a time in the ’90s, regarded as some kind of an heir to David Bowie by some people – not least of which David Bowie.  

  1. It annoys me far more than it probably should that the tape player clearly isn’t playing the same song that I’m listening to.

  2. I hadn’t paid much attention to Vevo until recently, but it just introduced me to Ivy Levan’s debut song, ‘Hot Damn’

    Thanks, Vevo.

  3. Pretty minimalist clip.

    I like the tape deck; ‘CIRCUIT DIAGRAM AND SPARES INSIDE’ – sweet.

    A bit of tech nostalgia there, perhaps?

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