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Ghosts I–IV (also known as Halo 26) is the seventh major studio release by American industrial rock act Nine Inch Nails and was released on March 2, 2008. The album contains 36 instrumental tracks and is the first album from Nine Inch Nails following its announcement that the band had severed its ties with Interscope Records and intended to release future material independently. The final release is presented as four nine-track instrumental EPs. The tracks do not have names… read more



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  • Avatar for LiamRandolph
    It's amazing how an album can create such beautifully vivid imagery without having to utter a single word. Definitely my favorite Nine Inch Nails album after The Downward Spiral and The Fragile. Fuck that asshole below me.
  • Avatar for fonesz
    Some of those tracks would've made great songs with vocals and actual titles, there's about 25 too many tracks on here
  • Avatar for skinnydrifter
    Great albums post-The Downward Spiral: The Fragile & Hesitation Marks. This is just like the filler episodes in Naruto, skip it.
  • Avatar for phosgene
    Sad, boring and irrelevant. What else could you expect of 2h of music created withing 2 months period.
  • Avatar for deathsdemise123
    Nothing short of superb. One of the best NIN albums.
  • Avatar for speedysteph
    Regarding the number of track listens... The first nine tracks were a free download. if you wanted the remainder, you had to pay for them.
  • Avatar for zven2zven
    This is definitely the best post Downward Spiral album (2)
  • Avatar for karolcia_1993
    A perfect autumn album...
  • Avatar for holland1946
    This is definitely the best post Downward Spiral album
  • Avatar for Wrathu
    28 is the best.

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