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algebra testes
Mar 5, 2011




Lipstick Apathy

CDs cost 50 cents to make, the artist got a buck and Record Companies got 10 which made it real easy to justify stealing "a song".

The whole thing was still a scam in some ways but it was probably better than now where everyone can self record at home and self publish and make no money.

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Rageaholic
May 31, 2005

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https://twitter.com/pitchfork/statu...375385367318528

St. Vincent covered Piggy and Jehnny Beth covered Closer, but unfortunately they're exclusive to Amazon Music There's previews on Pitchfork's site, though.

AFewBricksShy
Jun 19, 2003

of a full load.



Rageaholic posted:

https://twitter.com/pitchfork/statu...375385367318528

St. Vincent covered Piggy and Jehnny Beth covered Closer, but unfortunately they're exclusive to Amazon Music There's previews on Pitchfork's site, though.
They are both very faithful covers:
https://music.amazon.com/albums/B08M5J3X1M
https://music.amazon.com/albums/B08MMW847M

But they kind of break my (personal and very subjective) rule of a good cover song, in that they didn't switch them up all that much from the original.

The REAL Goobusters
Apr 25, 2008



https://www.nin.com/2020-rock-hall/

The members of NIN share their thoughts on being inducted to the rock hall of fame. pretty dope

Samopsa
Nov 9, 2009

Krijgt geen speciaal kerstdiner!


interview with all 7 of the inductees here live in half an hour:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOlqBkaY6YY

jtr
Oct 17, 2004

You've ruined the act, GOB.

I came in right when Danny popped up. Great entrance.

The REAL Goobusters
Apr 25, 2008



this has been an awesome to watch

Rageaholic
May 31, 2005

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Just starting now and Robin's hair lol

spookygonk
Apr 3, 2005
Does not give a damn


Look at them with their sensible glasses.

Rageaholic
May 31, 2005

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That was great and I'd definitely recommend watching it if you're a NIN fan!

jtr
Oct 17, 2004

You've ruined the act, GOB.

Watching CLOSURE now, and when Bowie shows up and someone calls Danny “Brad Pitt” and someone says “If he could read well enough to read a script...” and the room cracks up, just an A+ moment.

Rageaholic
May 31, 2005

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Anyone watch the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction on HBO? Trent thanks nearly every touring member of NIN (all the major ones at least) and says "The journey is far from over if I have any say in it. So let’s stop loving around, patting ourselves on the back, and get to it."

sticklefifer
Nov 11, 2003

TOO EASY

Whoa, I didn't find out until just now that Justin Meldal-Johnsen played bass on Drab Majesty's last album. That's awesome. I'd love to see them open for NIN.

The REAL Goobusters
Apr 25, 2008



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r43RT5APLWo

magiccarpet
Jan 3, 2005






Clicked this thinking it was the old AATCHB live thing and I was so happy to be wrong

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTj4cify134

AFewBricksShy
Jun 19, 2003

of a full load.



https://www.instagram.com/p/CHWwthlHUDo/

There's a new Adventures of Chrisopher Robin Finck celebrating the HOF induction.

Skails
Feb 24, 2008

Born-In-Space


magiccarpet posted:

Clicked this thinking it was the old AATCHB live thing and I was so happy to be wrong

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTj4cify134

the 'somewhat damaged' on that is killer

Cingulate
Oct 23, 2012

by Fluffdaddy


Who do I have to blow/blackmail to get the Austin City Lights performance on Spotify

Sir Lemming
Jan 27, 2009

It's a piece of JUNK!

Stumbled across this article about Soul which has a few brief, but informative quotes from everyone involved with the score.

https://www.denofgeek.com/movies/so...ed-pixar-movie/

The main new piece of information is that even though the score started off being pretty segmented, with Jon Batiste doing the jazz bits and Reznor/Ross doing the more "score" stuff, eventually they started to really collaborate. In other words, we're getting more NINjazz.

The Walrus
Jul 9, 2002




Fun Shoe

Sir Lemming posted:

Stumbled across this article about Soul which has a few brief, but informative quotes from everyone involved with the score.

https://www.denofgeek.com/movies/so...ed-pixar-movie/

The main new piece of information is that even though the score started off being pretty segmented, with Jon Batiste doing the jazz bits and Reznor/Ross doing the more "score" stuff, eventually they started to really collaborate. In other words, we're getting more NINjazz.

And yet the JB/nin halves are two separate records

Vince MechMahon
Jan 1, 2008





The Netflix show version of Song Exploder is going to have an nin episode next season, which drops later this month.

The REAL Goobusters
Apr 25, 2008



Vince MechMahon posted:

The Netflix show version of Song Exploder is going to have an nin episode next season, which drops later this month.

Should be this Friday and its gonna be on Hurt

SUNKOS
Jun 4, 2016



TOOT BOOT posted:

I looked at wikipedia and Clouser hasn't really done anything in the music industry in like 20 years, must be one helluva bridge

Probably something like:

"Hey, didn't know you made a new album. Why didn't you call me?"

"Last time I called you we ended up with Starfuckers, Charlie"

"And now you've got your arms that flip, flop, flip, flop, flip...."

*click*

"SOMETHING'S GONNA GET BROKEN"

But no in the AMA it sounds like Clouser and Reznor are still friends and respect each other which is cool. Was nice seeing Trent mention Aaron North during his HoF speech as well. I know he had a lot of troubles with his health and who knows where he is or how he is right now but I hope he saw that.

magiccarpet
Jan 3, 2005






Mank is on Netflix and the score is on Spotify.

https://open.spotify.com/album/4bF6...4RneYxaRYjKHPOA

quote:

... the Reznor/Ross Mank score is steeped in big-band jazz and melodramatic orchestral music. There’s a sense of Hitchcockian suspense to some of the tracks, but you shouldn’t expect any ominous synth-tones or electronic tick-tock percussion. Instead, a lot of this sounds like Count Basie. The Mank score has 52 tracks, and it lasts 93 minutes. If you like, you can hear the whole thing below.

The REAL Goobusters
Apr 25, 2008



magiccarpet posted:

Mank is on Netflix and the score is on Spotify.

https://open.spotify.com/album/4bF6...4RneYxaRYjKHPOA

TR put up a 3 hour(!!!!!) version up on bandcamp. Insane poo poo but gently caress it

The Kins
Oct 2, 2004


Sector Effector


Also, the Quake OST is now available digitally.

Rageaholic
May 31, 2005

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Listening to the Mank score and I gotta say, I never thought I'd hear the NIN boys do jaunty little tunes that sound like they'd belong in the 40s, but here we are. They did a good job!

Sir Lemming
Jan 27, 2009

It's a piece of JUNK!

I'm feeling left out over here on YouTube Music

Probably will be up in a day or two though.

Wild T
Dec 15, 2008

The point I'm trying to make is that the only way to come out on top is to kick the Air Force in the nuts, beart it savagely with a weight and take a dump on it's face.

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May 31, 2005

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Netflix's Song Exploder volume 2 is out now which includes an episode of Trent talking about Hurt. It's real good!

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May 31, 2005

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https://twitter.com/consequence/sta...798806343405570

Links to Spotify/Apple Music are in there so you don't have to go searching. This is nice so far! It's very synthy and ethereal sounding. It's a change of pace from their last score (Mank), but then again that was a change of pace from everything else they've done.

Well, TR and AR's tracks, I mean. Jon Batiste's are jazzy, but it says so on the album cover.

Sir Lemming
Jan 27, 2009

It's a piece of JUNK!

Geez, is he really pissed off at YouTube Music or something? Mank still hasn't shown up there, and Soul isn't there either. I know it's not the #1 most popular streaming service, but it does get pretty much everything else.

Pontificating Ass
Aug 2, 2002

What Doth Life?


How do these guys make so much music?

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May 31, 2005

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Pontificating rear end posted:

How do these guys make so much music?
Seriously! If you count Ghosts as scores rather than main NIN albums, they've released 4 this year

david_a
Apr 24, 2010





Megamarm

Rageaholic posted:

Seriously! If you count Ghosts as scores rather than main NIN albums, they've released 4 this year

I think a lot of “blue collar” working musicians produce a lot more than that. If it’s your full-time job...

There haven’t been any tours to distract them this year either.

Robert Facepalmer
Jan 10, 2019


I would bet that Fincher and the Mouse having deadlines prevent Fragile-style multi-year fuckin' around sessions.

...and I have a pet theory that Trent probably takes every opportunity to go into the studio to get away from the kids.

Vince MechMahon
Jan 1, 2008





Isn't "the studio" in his house? I swear I remember hearing a while back that was the case but I might be making that up.

Robert Facepalmer
Jan 10, 2019


It seems like it would be, but in some interviews with him and Atticus, I seem to recall that they were in separate studio rooms that were next to each other, so they were still able to (sorta) work the way they were used to. Though that would be an amazing power move if that was still Casa Reznor and Atticus had to deal with it.

I thought there was an interview about the Watchmen soundtrack that Trent said he was happiest in the studio that lead me to believe that he was trying to escape the brood, but I haven't been able to find it again in my idle searches, but it has also shown aside from how much material he has cranked out, he has done a shitload of interviews in addition.

SUNKOS
Jun 4, 2016



Vince MechMahon posted:

Isn't "the studio" in his house? I swear I remember hearing a while back that was the case but I might be making that up.

I think so. I vaguely recall a photograph of his kitchen that was related to some NIN recording, I think? It was back when he was really into fitness and there was just fruit everywhere and other healthy food for people to help themselves to and one of the people working on the album just took a photo to show how nice Trent was treating everyone at his place.

I'm fairly sure that after the hurricane and his relocation to Los Angeles he decided to have a home studio rather than the situation in New Orleans where he had the studio in the old funeral home or whatever (that apparently had an apartment above?) and then his house somewhere else. During those days he probably slept at the studio so much that he figured it would be wise to incorporate one into wherever he moved to in the future.

Robert Facepalmer posted:

...and I have a pet theory that Trent probably takes every opportunity to go into the studio to get away from the kids.

I think it's more that he's probably completely miserable if he's not working on something and being creative. He's been open about his struggles and writer's block when starting on The Fragile and how he went out to that cabin to kill himself but ended up writing something which started the whole album process and gave him a direction. Then he got completely fixated on fitness and health after the Fragility tour to get over his addictions and since then he just keeps pumping stuff out. I know other musicians said Trent was a really miserable guy back in the 90s so I think this is basically his coping mechanism and that he always wants to be occupied with something. The prospect of getting writer's block again and being sober probably scares the hell out of him.

SUNKOS fucked around with this message at 23:35 on Dec 20, 2020

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Robert Facepalmer
Jan 10, 2019


Depending on what album cycle that was, the fruit house was likely 2-3 residences ago. There was a house of his on the market in 2015 and a couple years back there was some kind of lawsuit involving the house he was renting that would have been after he got married and had at least a couple kids. I can only imagine how big of a house he would need for five kids, at least one professional-level studio, and storage for enough gear to not be frustrating.

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