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Aphxtwinin
04-22-2008, 05:13 PM
A random new NIN single dropped today...its called Discipline. just DL it and it sounds pretty damn good...i enjoy hearing his voice again. he said he is posting it up on Nin.com tonight for us to download for free. if you guys have heard post thoughts here.....oh and btw i bought a purple shirt today for Prince

eNVyartist
04-22-2008, 05:16 PM
I'm a huge nin fan, I love that it's going to be free and the first 9 tracks of Ghosts were too. Gotta give back to the loyal devotees ya know!

suprefan
04-22-2008, 05:19 PM
Link it, its free.

Aphxtwinin
04-22-2008, 05:51 PM
the link i got it from is dead....and im not near the comp i have it on right now so i cant upload it

orbit
04-22-2008, 05:53 PM
27oZYL97TLk

suprefan
04-22-2008, 05:53 PM
BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO






ill find it, i need to log into the spiral.

Aphxtwinin
04-22-2008, 06:02 PM
orbit i feel like i just had a staring contest with trent throughout the whole song

menikmati
04-22-2008, 07:34 PM
Trent is still resorting to giving his music out free because no one will pay for the crap he's been producing since With Teeth?

electricrobot
04-22-2008, 07:36 PM
they were soooooo good the other year - what year was that?

betao
04-22-2008, 07:36 PM
Trent is still resorting to giving his music out free because no one will pay for the crap he's been producing since With Teeth?

Haha, that made me laugh, even though I really really liked With Teeth.

fober
04-22-2008, 07:43 PM
Sounds like a remix of Timbaland's "4 Minutes" song.

microcuts
04-22-2008, 10:30 PM
Trent is still resorting to giving his music out free because no one will pay for the crap he's been producing since With Teeth?

Yep, which is why he made $1.6 million in just the first week of the online sales of Ghosts. Absolutely nobody buys his music anymore.

http://discipline.nin.com - free official download (http://discipline.nin.com)

Another new album May 5. This time with vocals.

msklvr
04-22-2008, 10:37 PM
Good stuff. Love the NIN.

bballarl
04-22-2008, 10:42 PM
Good song. Can't complain about more new NIN.

superfiction
04-22-2008, 10:57 PM
this is aweful, whats wrong with you people. have you LISTENED to the fragile? is this the same man?? fuck.

orbit
04-22-2008, 10:59 PM
what's wrong with you? everything trent does you have to compare it to the fragile. are you doing the same with Homework and every thing Daft Punk release?

for fuck's sake. Say you don't like the song but stop comparing all with 9 years old works.

suprefan
04-22-2008, 11:27 PM
I dig it, ITS A SINGLE. It wont matter, Year Zero 2 is out in 2 weeks, works for me....

fikus222
04-23-2008, 12:33 AM
I like the song and I will certainly be there for the upcoming tour.

eNVyartist
04-23-2008, 12:37 AM
Like from the start, he doesn't make the music with the purpose of selling record shattering amounts. He makes what he likes, and the changes in his music that have taken place over the last 20 years in it is inevitable. Growth as a person, growth as a musician. I think Ghosts is actually brilliant and so is the producing he's been doing with Saul Williams for Niggy Tardust.


Trent is still resorting to giving his music out free because no one will pay for the crap he's been producing since With Teeth?

menikmati
04-23-2008, 10:18 AM
Changed or not...Trent and his music has been on a downward spiral for years now, and the only way he can continue to get his fans to listen to it is create a bunch of internet hype and give it away for free, because no one in their right mind would actually wanna goto the store and pay for With Teeth, Year Zero 1 2 3 4 and whatever else he is gonna have in store.

eNVyartist
04-23-2008, 10:25 AM
Speak for yourself. I, myself, being of a very sound mind, bought 'With Teeth', 'Year Zero' and the deluxe edition of Ghosts, as well as took my free downloads. I thought it was generous, the amount of artwork that came with both and was really pleasing. I wouldn't say I'm a overboard-hardcore fan, but more than your average, I do happen to have a large sin tattoo on the back of my neck. He doesn't really make the music for the fans, I've already said this before, and that I'm sure at this point he isn't hurting for money that's for sure. His music/art has always been an outlet for him and always will be. It's great for him if they buy it, but if you still believe that he does it for that reason, you really don't get Trent Reznor, or the point of why I said that.




Changed or not...Trent and his music has been on a downward spiral for years now, and the only way he can continue to get his fans to listen to it is create a bunch of internet hype and give it away for free, because no one in their right mind would actually wanna goto the store and pay for With Teeth, Year Zero 1 2 3 4 and whatever else he is gonna have in store.

amyzzz
04-23-2008, 10:27 AM
I never did buy Year Zero...or Ghosts...

msklvr
04-23-2008, 10:29 AM
I never did buy Year Zero...or Ghosts...

They are both really good albums. You should one day.

amyzzz
04-23-2008, 10:31 AM
I've heard them both.

paulb
04-23-2008, 10:31 AM
The new song doesnt do too much for me...but its NIN... Ill always support Trent in one way or another... I wouldnt give up on an artist cause they have released a few boring albums recently...or else not many people would like REM, Metallica, Beastie Boys anymore...

eNVyartist
04-23-2008, 10:31 AM
you know and a second though to those who though the last few were crap, to each their own, your entitled to your opinion, but it doesn't set the standard on how to judge a career in my belief especially when it's based on doing your own thing.

TonyWonder
04-23-2008, 10:44 AM
I enjoy With Teeth, Year Zero and Ghosts. I'm a big NIN fan but will admit that while some of the individual tracks from these records have been superb, the albums taken in whole are not quite up to the earlier work. Given that, they are still much more interesting and personal than most of what I hear out there.

It's great that Reznor is energized again and dropping Halos at a clip. His recent live shows have been outstanding. I look forward to all of his future releases.

menikmati
04-23-2008, 10:45 AM
Speak for yourself. I, myself, being of a very sound mind, bought 'With Teeth', 'Year Zero' and the deluxe edition of Ghosts, as well as took my free downloads. I thought it was generous, the amount of artwork that came with both and was really pleasing. I wouldn't say I'm a overboard-hardcore fan, but more than your average, I do happen to have a large sin tattoo on the back of my neck. He doesn't really make the music for the fans, I've already said this before, and that I'm sure at this point he isn't hurting for money that's for sure. His music/art has always been an outlet for him and always will be. It's great for him if they buy it, but if you still believe that he does it for that reason, you really don't get Trent Reznor, or the point of why I said that.

Well if Trent is truly producing/making his music and art for himself, not caring what fans would think otherwise, then why the whole viral marketing campaign for Year Zero? Why go through all the trouble of leaving flash drives loaded with mp3s in bathrooms, leaving hidden messages on walls and websites, and whatever else the hell he did?

Oh lemme guess...you're gonna say he did it to have some fun with fans and give back to them, right? Never mind the fact, that the viral marketing was used to push this new album of his down their throats and expose it any way possible that he could, because he knew if he would of released it like any other standard album before that, almost no one would of cared. I mean seriously, the only news Year Zero ever made was ABOUT the viral marketing. What does that tell you?

amyzzz
04-23-2008, 10:51 AM
I like individual songs on Year Zero, but I don't like how the album flows together. He used to do that so well. And I think I screwed my own listening pleasure on Ghosts I because it's on an mp3 CD with a bunch of Beatles albums (just getting into them, sue me), and I keep skipping over the NIN.

TonyWonder
04-23-2008, 10:54 AM
I don't think he needs to "push this new album of his down their throats and expose it any way possible that he could". His fans would have found out about it. So he wanted to experiment with new methods of marketing...big fuckin' deal.


I mean seriously, the only news Year Zero ever made was ABOUT the viral marketing. What does that tell you?

Why do you need albums to be validated by making news?

orbit
04-23-2008, 10:55 AM
Well if Trent is truly producing/making his music and art for himself, not caring what fans would think otherwise, then why the whole viral marketing campaign for Year Zero? Why go through all the trouble of leaving flash drives loaded with mp3s in bathrooms, leaving hidden messages on walls and websites, and whatever else the hell he did?


to be fair, boards of canada and warp did something similar before Trans Canada highway and Geogaddi.

eNVyartist
04-23-2008, 11:00 AM
Have you listened to year zero? The marketing played into the music. If you've watched any of the videos it makes sense.
Well if Trent is truly producing/making his music and art for himself, not caring what fans would think otherwise, then why the whole viral marketing campaign for Year Zero? Why go through all the trouble of leaving flash drives loaded with mp3s in bathrooms, leaving hidden messages on walls and websites, and whatever else the hell he did?

Oh lemme guess...you're gonna say he did it to have some fun with fans and give back to them, right? Never mind the fact, that the viral marketing was used to push this new album of his down their throats and expose it any way possible that he could, because he knew if he would of released it like any other standard album before that, almost no one would of cared. I mean seriously, the only news Year Zero ever made was ABOUT the viral marketing. What does that tell you?

menikmati
04-23-2008, 11:00 AM
to be fair, boards of canada and warp did something similar before Trans Canada highway and Geogaddi.

okay well....BoC is like a child to me, you always have to love and defend your child no matter what, right?

eNVyartist
04-23-2008, 11:02 AM
of course


okay well....BoC is like a child to me, you always have to love and defend your child no matter what, right?

microcuts
04-23-2008, 11:08 AM
Changed or not...Trent and his music has been on a downward spiral for years now, and the only way he can continue to get his fans to listen to it is create a bunch of internet hype and give it away for free, because no one in their right mind would actually wanna goto the store and pay for With Teeth, Year Zero 1 2 3 4 and whatever else he is gonna have in store.

I love how you feel your own opinions relate to those of the other billions of people on the planet. People have and will continue to buy NIN products, whether you like it or not. As far marketing - wtf? Anyone could say Radiohead did the same thing with In Rainbows by dishing it out for free months before its release in stores. Marketing is incredibly important in the current market, much more so than it probably ever has been before now that music piracy is so widespread and unavoidable. How else are people supposed to get their products noticed? Good music alone doesn't sell millions.

orbit
04-23-2008, 11:12 AM
okay well....BoC is like a child to me, you always have to love and defend your child no matter what, right?

haha. agreed.

jennygirl
04-23-2008, 12:09 PM
my god I cannot WAIT to see this man at Lollapalloza!

sames44
04-23-2008, 01:26 PM
I love (the majority of) Coachella people. New NIN single out now and new cd May 5, and I get to record Conan tonight? too much good stuff.

eNVyartist
04-23-2008, 09:11 PM
totally AGREED!! My besides the point, point! I was a Multimedia major in college as well as an advertising minor. And you know what Radiohead and NIN should get the same cred (strictly based on their marketing, not their career or sales, or performance) but as i said before and before trent doesnt market to make money, but when he does make money he puts it right back in. I wont say how but I know this from a SUPER FUCKING PERSONAL leak/resource. AND DONT pm me about it cus i'll just ignore you. Radiohead has seriously been the front on changing the current industry an dfor them I don't think it's hurt them one bit. I appreciate when huge artistst understand what is going on in the monetary end of the new digital end, and they will do/change what is right for the band, and hope the fans catch on...and i can go on and on....


I love how you feel your own opinions relate to those of the other billions of people on the planet. People have and will continue to buy NIN products, whether you like it or not. As far marketing - wtf? Anyone could say Radiohead did the same thing with In Rainbows by dishing it out for free months before its release in stores. Marketing is incredibly important in the current market, much more so than it probably ever has been before now that music piracy is so widespread and unavoidable. How else are people supposed to get their products noticed? Good music alone doesn't sell millions.

suprefan
04-23-2008, 09:45 PM
Buy my cd's or these action figures will get you.

love

Trent Reznor




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