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|nine inch nails|
THE industrial rock band. All music written by Trent Reznor. Has some of the most penatrating lyrics of any music I've heard.
How could I
it's funny how
everything you swore would never change is different now.
like you said
you and me
make it through
WHERE THE FUCK WERE YOU?
Short term for Nine Inch Nails. It is a very popular rendition of Industrial music which is almost completely run by music god Trent Reznor.
"Dude, NIN is by far greater than that poser crap you listen to Eddy. What was it again? KoRn?"
A style of music started in the mid-1970's by the seminal "band" Throbbing Gristle. Known for the painful noise and disturbed subject matter that seemed to spring eternal from their seriously crazed leader, Genesis P-Orridge (he was once threatened by the axe-murder Ian Brady... Prompting him to write a song about Ian), TG quickly claimed a name for itself. They were often described as "the wreckers of civilization." Industrial music was further explored by synth-whatever acts Suicide and Cabaret Voltaire, from New York and Sheffield respectively. Both shared a sort of skewed love for pop music, and both had a penchant for writing seriously weird songs, in the tradition of TG. Cab Voltaire especially was an enormous influence on the scene to follow. The Cabs were soon followed by the fledgling Einsturzende Neubauten, possibly the most notorious of the well-known industrial groups. With more members, no drum set, and a hatred for the guitar, Blixa Bargeld and his band of jaded Germans unleashed a wave of broken machinery and really cool-sounding German lyrics, and throwing in danceable beats, thus giving birth to (you can't blame 'em) the Holocaust that is modern-day industrial. With very little respect for the experimentation of their forefathers but a strong desire to somehow work machinery into their music, a whole host of over (I will NOT say über)-angsty Goths turned to the new genre of Industrial for sanctuary. Bands like Skinny Puppy, KMFDM, and many other groups who...more...
Ruined by MTV
We must save music
A type of rock started in the mid to late 70's by Throbbing Gristle. It was different from other rock because it incorporated the sounds of machinery into the music. It also had very heavy lyrics. It has traces of techno and electronica.
Industrial bands are
Throbbing Gristle, Suicide,
Cab Voltaire, Einsturzende Neubauten, Skinny Puppy, KMFDM, Nine Inch Nails, Mesh, Front 242, Wumpscut, VNV Nation, Ministry, Gothminister, Pig, Dkay, Skillet, Mortar, and Newlydeads.
used to defeat scissors in a game
aha! my rock beat your scissors!
Track 3 from the NIN album "Year Zero". It has a runtime of 4:23. There are two versions of the music video, the censored version and the uncensored version. The censored version censors out any offensive tv screens in the music video.
Survivalism is a great song
Born Michael Trent Reznor, this all-around genius grew up in small-town Pennsylvania. He rejected his upbringing and was immensely trained as a classic pianist.more...
He wished to bring electronic music into the mainstream, but instead of what had been done with it in the past, he wanted to give it feeling and danger. He succeeded, if naively, with his first release under the name "Nine Inch Nails", Pretty Hate Machine in 1989.
He proved he could outdo himself with an 8-song EP stopgap "Broken" between his first release and his next. "Broken" was a solid expression of passion and fury. One of his best moments.
He followed up with "Fixed", an EP with remixes of "Broken" Songs.
In 1994, Trent broke into the mainstream with the titanic success of "The Downward Spiral". It contained his most commercially famous songs, the infamous "Closer" and "Hurt", which was later beautifully covered by Johnny Cash. "The Downward Spiral" was spun off with several remix EPs, including the extremely popular "Further Down the Spiral" and the dreaded by parents "Closer to God".
Trent and NIN (Nine Inch Nails) spent a terribly long time touring "The Downward Spiral" and afterwards, Trent had no idea what to do. This allegedly led to alcohol and coaine a...
1. The number 0, nothing.
2. The name of a Japanese Kamikaze Aeroplane.
3.One of the cool names people love to use.
4.Zackenberg Ecological Research Operations
5.Zoning and Emotional Range Omitted (anime)
6.Name of an A-class (now S) Maverick Hunter and X's best friend in the Megaman/Rockman X series. He also features in his own series, Megaman Zero. He have several names given by the fans such as the Crimson Devil, Captain Kamikaze and Zero Omega. He is also the last Wilybot (robots constructed by Dr.Wily) and he's the original carrier of the Maverick Virus.
He's famous for his long, long, loooong blond hair, red armour and his sabre. Earlier on, he's famous for his devil-may-care attitude and rather reckless style. Now he's cool and clear-headed, particularly after Iris died.
Living up to his name, in the first X game he self-destructed to save X's life from Vile. He came back in the second game, and sacrificed himself AGAIN in the fifth. But he still came back in the next instalment.
In the Zero series which is set after 100 years of the X series, he's the main hero, helping the rebels to fight against an anarchy rule. Only time will tell to reveal if he's the true Zero...or not.
However, without doubt, Inafune the creator os Zero obviously shows he loves Zero more...*sob*
With a swipe, every enemy fell around Zero to his glowing green sabre.