23 Oct 2010, 19:36 by Trentskers
2 Mar 2009, 08:49 by Scott_GreenUsing only song names from your top artist, answer these questions...
1. Nine Inch Nails
1) Are you a male or female?
Me, I'm Not
2) Describe yourself:
Everyday Is Exactly the Same
3) How do you feel about yourself?
4) Describe where you currently live:
A Warm Place
5) If you could go anywhere, where would you go?
The Great Below
6) Who is your best friend?
The Great Destroyer
7) Your favourite colour is:
The Perfect Drug
8) You know that:
The Four of Us Are Dying
9) What's the weather like?
Just Like You Imagined
10) If your life was a television show, what would it be called?
Into the Void
11) What is life to you?
All the Love in the World
12) What is the best advice you have to give?
Meet Your Master
13) If you could change your name, what would you choose?
1) Are you a male or female?
2) Describe yourself:
26 Dec 2008, 16:52 by Quicksand2271. Opeth - Watershed (Special Edition)
Like many others, I got into Opeth through the masterpiece Damnation. I was really not a fan of growling (and I still dislike most bands who use it), but Mikael Åkerfeldt's songwriting on Damnation was so amazing and influenced my own songs so much that I just sort of had to take the risk and buy this new "regular" Opeth release.
I'm very glad I did.
Strangely enough, the heaviest song on the record, Heir Apparent, was - besides Coil of course ;) - the first track I really got into and it's still one of my favourite Opeth songs (I also bought Deliverance and Blackwater Park in the meantime).
Hessian Peel is really the standout track for me on Watershed. The way it builds up, the divine "verse" part and the heavy climax make this song one of the best I've heard in my entire life. It just captures everything I love about Opeth.
8 Dec 2008, 20:34 by CaptainGaylordbear in mind there's a ton of albums that came out this year that i haven't heard, also many that i KNOW i need to hear, like the new Sigur Ros. ....why haven't i heard that, anyway?
the hell is my problem...
anyway. on we go. aren't you excited?
25. Friendly Fires - Friendly Fires
awesome! finally an indie band that's not married to either the dance-punk sound or the "look how depressed i am" sound or the cookie cutter indie alternative sound. loves it.
current favorites: In the Hospital, Skeleton Boy
24. Shiny Toy Guns - Season of Poison
i haven't had much of a chance to listen to this yet, but from what i've heard i can see that the energy from the debut is intact. i do think the addition of heavy guitars was a good idea, it kind of separates them from that whole neo-electro scene they were lumped in with.
current favorites: Ghost Town, Ricochet!
23. Chairlift - Does You Inspire You
damn. i've got to tell you what a loser i felt like when i found out that bruises was in a commercial…
24 Jul 2008, 12:43 by JhaanThis ist about Nine Inch Nails' newest release: The Slip. I've downloaded it the very day it was released under Creative Commons License totally for free on nin.com (although the limited edition on CD ist out now, it's still available there!). Like the most albums of NIN, it took me awhile to warm up with it.
After Trent Reznors experiment with all-instrumental Ghosts I-IV and the very soon release of The Slip, I was a bit skeptical 'bout it. All the times it has been years and years for NIN to release a new record. Would this short production time mean a lesser quality? Listening to The Slip for the first time it seems as if my fears became truth. Half of the (to be honest relativly few) tracks sounded like some more of the Ghosts thing (wich I din't like that much). I am not shure but I think at this time only Echoplex and Head Down appeared to me as good ones.
I've read some reviews that state The Slip as a mixture of all sounds from older records and name similarities for all tracks. …
16 May 2008, 05:21 by NoctaeLuxBienvenidos sean todos a la industria musical del siglo XXI, ¿quién inició la revolución? bueno... Radiohead con su muy sonado y popular "In Rainbows" y vaya que ha sonado por mucho tiempo aquí en Last.fm, sin duda alguna el inicio de la nueva industria que consiste en regalar prácticamente estos discos nos ha dejado perplejos pues ¿qué disquera se imaginaría que esto pudiera servir? yo creo que ninguna, pero este nuevo método hace constar hasta dónde hemos llegado y hasta dónde han llegado los artistas con la creciente demanda de las redes P2P.
Aún así, esta nueva forma de promoción ha servido mejor de lo que se esperaba, pues la música que se vende no es por una causa comercial, mas bien por una causa sentimental, es decir, VNV Nation es una de mis bandas favoritas, pues vamos a comprarnos el original ¿no? pues esto mismo sucede con estas bandas. Pero ya me estoy saliendo de tema y creo que tenemos que darle espacio a este nuevo álbum llamado The Slip el cual ha roto también con estas leyes de la mercadotecnia musical. …
7 May 2008, 23:38 by EternalExodusI like music and I like to write. Deal with it.
1. Nine Inch Nails
Back in angsty ol' middle school, all I listened to was Evanescence, Linkin Park (sometimes), and Nightwish (sometimes). When I used to go to Best Buy all the time, I'd see advertisements for the new deluxe version of The Downward Spiral. I never really thought much of them because I didn't know who the hell NIN was, but one day I was sitting on my computer browsing some message board or another and I thought "hey, let's find some NIN". So I did. Opened up LimeWire (yeah yeah) and got a few songs off of Spiral, and I fell in love instantly. For the next few days I tried to piece together the entire Downward Spiral album through LimeWire downloads, and eventually I succeeded. And that's the beginning of my story.
First Heard: either Closer or Hurt
Current Favorite: The Four of Us Are Dying, I think
When I was obsessed with Nightwish, I was talking to someone random I met on the internet and…
7 May 2008, 14:52 by TrMirageThe 4500th track that was scrobbed was: The Four of Us Are Dying
5 May 2008, 15:53 by OOSCARRThe Slip
Como agradecimiento a nuestros fans por el apoyo continuo, estamos liberando el nuevo álbum de Nine Inch Nails cien por ciento gratis, exclusivamente vía nin.com.
la música está disponible en una variedad de formatos incluyendo MP3 de alta calidad, FLAC o M4A sin pérdida a calidad de CD e incluso calidad más alta que CD 24/96 WAVE. tu link incluirá todas las opciones - todas gratis. todas las descargas incluyen un PDF con ilustraciones y créditos.
para aquellos de ustedes interesados en los productos físicos, no teman. planeamos dejar una versión de este lanzamiento disponible en CD y vinilo en julio. detalles pronto.
999,9991,000,000Letting YouDisciplineEchoplexHead DownLights in the SkyCorona RadiataThe Four of Us Are DyingDemon Seed
En last.fmCon el software
En general es un buen disco, hay referencias a discos anteriores que se mezclan y aparecen de repente dentro de las canciones geniales. …
5 May 2008, 15:13 by latte77Nine Inch Nails are back in business.
Trent Reznor released their new Album called 'The Slip' for free on nin.com. On this album he worked again with Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder. Robin Finck is also back. After the first time of listening to the new LP I'm absolutely happy.
Trent's back on prog rock.
1,000,000: Awesome sound, but reminds a littel bit to the With Teeth sound.
Lights in the Sky: The piano is back!!! This track is absolutely wonderful. Lyrics, sound and Trent's voice are amazing.
The Four of Us Are Dying: Nice instrumental song. Very gloomy.
999,999: Great opener. The opener for a special NIN release.
Letting You: Fast, agressive and progressive. I love it.
Head Down: Nice track with nice vocal rythm.
Corona Radiata: Also instrumental. Sounds very spherical.
Demon Seed: I think this songs is also something special, but I need some more time....!
Discipline: The first free track from the new Album. …