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The biggest difference between a kick-ass studio album and a kick-ass live album? Intensity. Live: And All That Could Have Been, recorded on Nine Inch Nails' 2000 "Fragility 2.0" U.S. tour, provides that trait in abundance. It helps that Trent Reznor has a band, instead of just a battery of keyboards, to help him work through 16 tracks of the raging yet surprisingly listenable musical vitriol that made him a star. The live musicians, who allow him some… read more



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  • Awesome album..
  • Probably, my favourite live album <3
  • Don't usually like live albums but this is amazing
  • great live album. if i only i was smart enough back then to have pre-ordered the deluxe edition instead of rushing around town the day it was released and finding only 1 record store with 2 copies left heh.
  • Best live album ever!
  • Ahh scratch that, the CD is just a compilation of live performances of tracks from the tour
  • Das ABSOLUT geile Album... Immer wieder!!!
  • the Best :O
  • Why are La Mer + Complication not on the CD, but on the DVD?? [2]

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