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With Teeth (stylized as ) is the fourth studio album by American industrial rock act Nine Inch Nails, released on May 3, 2005, by Interscope Records. The album was produced by Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor and long-time collaborator Alan Moulder. It was Reznor's first original studio album since The Fragile, released in 1999. Reznor has indicated that the album is influenced by his battle with, and recovery from, alcoholism and substance abuse between albums.

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    I was disappointed too when it came out, my adolescent self wanted downward-spiral-type arty darkness, I think I had to grow up a bit to appreciate what he was actually trying to say. This album is killer!
  • Avatar for TastyDogChow
    mostly very uninteresting and generic - but the last 4 tracks (Sunspots, The Line Begins To Blur, Beside You In Time and Right Where It Belongs) really turn this album around and has it go from being completely forgettable to having a handful of excellent songs.
  • Avatar for endofsomething
    Ten years to the motherfucking day. There you go.
  • Avatar for Spacer-
    10 years old already. This was my first listening experience with NIN and I was blown away by it. Although not his best, it still has a special place for me.
  • Avatar for endofsomething
    I loved it when it came out and somehow it still managed to grow from that point. It might even be the most interesting thing Trent ever did, because it isn't so cluttered, and so you can actually hear and follow the development of any individual sound on the whole album.
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    Remember not being disappointed with this album when it came out [1] Quintessential NIN!
  • Avatar for MartianReaper
    Remember being a bit disappointed with it when it first came out but now I absolutely love it. [6]
  • Avatar for benson_x
    Remember being a bit disappointed with it when it first came out but now I absolutely love it. [5]

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