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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Universal Import
  • ASIN: B000060P5S
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
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I've been a NIN fan for years and even though Mr. Reznor makes the most amazing albums he often seems to churn out constantly dissapointing companion discs that contain remixes that only the NIN completeist would ever dare touch. After the let down that was Things Falling Apart I hoped and prayed that this latest effort would be something a little more special than a bunch of rubbish remixes. It looks like my prayers were answered...
The Fragility Tour was an amazing experience (I was there) and Trent's decision to diocument NIN at its very best has turned out to be one of the greatest ideas he's had in a while. This CD is stunning, recreating the Fragility experience from begining to end and what a begining it is. Put the CD in your stereo and push play to be instantly attacked by Terrible Lie, loud, harsh and as clear to listen to as if you were there at the gig! While other live recordings have been pretty poor quality this has been worked on for a while and it shows. Every layer of the industrial madness is presented here with full clarity. Moving swiftly on into Sin, and then March of The Pigs you feel as if your there and getting rather hot and sweaty before Trent calms down a little and follows one pig song with another classic, Piggy. Fantastic.
This album could be labelled a "Best Of" as it is jammed packed with NIN classics such as Closer, Head Like a Hole and Starfucker's Inc. and this is by no means a bad thing. It's amazing to hear the difference between NIN live and studio produced NIN. Trent seems to go through a transformation on stage, he seems much more liberated. The stage is where NIN truly belong and this album shows it without a shadow of a doubt.
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When ever I tell people that I think NIN are amongst the best talent around, straight away they snigger and say 'heavy metal is out dude!'.
This live album does EVERYTHING I want it to, to prove that NIN are NOT heavy metal and are in fact a band led by Trent Reznor, who are not afraid to release angst, love, torment and many other human emotions throughout their music. 'Sin', 'Wish','Head Like A Hole' and 'Starf**kers Inc' show a combination of examples of the unhappier side of life, which so many people are afraid to talk about.
I love the fact that NIN reach a level which thousands of fans worldwide relate to and this album shows us why. It is fast and loud then slow and thoughtful and every lyric means something to someone.
I have to say though, that the best part of this is disc 2, purely because it is so relaxing and melodic, it is the perfect example of how NIN are in there own class and have talent beyond the reach of any of the young hopefuls you see day in and day out on TV. We all have different tastes I know, but there is no substitute for talent, but that is what you get across the two discs in this set. Maybe if Trent does a duet with Elton John, deserved praise will be given. 5 Stars!!
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For those of you who didn't fork out the money to have this sent from the US. Let me say, that you are in for a treat. I saw a lot of the Fragility Tour as I was living in the US at the time. The first (live)CD sent shivers down my spine, I was back on the lawn at Pittsburgh when it finally got to HURT, classic NIN. However, the second CD is the real revelation. YOU MAKE IT ALL GO AWAY is pared down and chilling to hear. THE FRAGILE is in the same vein. And some new stuff, very welcome. Things Falling Apart had few bright spots, but this is alive with them. Trent said that the next CD of new stuff would be brutal, bring it on!
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If you wanted to find Nine Inch Nails's polar opposite's you need look no further than this double CD. The live disc captures extremely well the raw energy and pace of the Fragility Live Show. I saw both gigs at the Brixton Academy in '99 and this is a great memento to have. The song list chosen for the show works perfectly, fast to slow tracks, the band picks up speed and then gives the audience an breather with the middle section, then accelerates away again until bringing it all home with 'Hurt' (The DVD of the show gives you way more with the excellent stage visuals by the way). Best live album I've heard in a long time, along with Ministy's 'Sphinctour', another recommendation!!!
The other side of all this is the 'Still' disc. Wow. This is where Reznor's Classical training as a young guy really pays off. Beautiful, haunting, expressive, you can really lose yourself in this stuff. It puts me in mind of some of the more recent 'composers', such as Michael Nyman's earlier work, and Wim Merten's, especially his soundtrack for 'The Belly Of An Architect', another wonderous piece of work. It's such a shame that when you talk about Nine Inch Nails to the regular joes they only know 'Closer' and say 'Aren't they a Trash Metal Band?' D'uh!!! Reznor really should be appreciated in the mainstream more than he is, I mean when you look at Manson's exposure on MTV it just grates when he gets the play and NIN can only sometimes be found at 2 in the morning on 120 minutes..... On the other hand, maybe that's how we Nine Inch Nails fans like it, it's our little secret, and as long as Reznor keeps on supplying us and surprising us with real gems like this album (even the packaging is cool!!), then that's how it should stay. Genius at work.....................
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