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March of The Pigs Single, Maxi, Import

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  • Audio CD (24 Feb. 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Maxi, Import
  • Label: Nothing
  • ASIN: B000001Y8C
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 268,994 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. March Of The Pigs
  2. Reptilian
  3. All The Pigs, All Lined Up
  4. A Violet Fluid
  5. Underneath The Skin

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Format: Audio CD
CD1 of this double box is great, it has a watered down version of the album version (although it is only one word that is cut so it's not so bad) and a seven minute remix of it called "All the pigs, all lined up" which is great. It takes the song much further than the album, despite the original being short and sweet. The mix takes the main beat and extends it, adding various beat patterns into it as it goes on. There are some great moments and it remains true to the orginal. The two b-sides are interesting, if a little short and "Big man with a gun" is on the album anyway. Worth getting for the remix, not to mention "A Violent Fluid"!
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Format: MP3 Download
Nothing much to say except that this collection of tracks out of The Downward Spiral marks a time when Nine Inch Nails were at their peak. The beats and the lyrics are driven and pound their message straight and true. Anyone who considers themself a fan of NIN knows that the singles are must haves because they offer fresh angles to well-liked tracks with added bonuses and this does not disappoint.
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Great variations of Downward Spiral classics and unreleased songs. Super. Would recommend to any Nine Inch nails fan as a good companion to the other albums.
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Format: Audio CD
Because there are perfectly good versions of "March of the Pigs" on "The Downward Spiral" and "Further Down the Spiral", which you should already own.
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Amazon.com: 4.5 out of 5 stars 38 reviews
55 of 58 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Resuscilent 28 Jan. 2000
By sb4824 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This and Closer CD1 are what I would recommend for people to get the best of Nine Inch Nails;
March of the Pigs - this is the actual March of the Pigs song that appears on The Downward Spiral, so expect some sloppy production and sound quality. Nothing super-special. 3/5
Reptilian - awesome remix of Reptile, kinky love song to say the least (not at all what you are thinking), this one really creates an obscene image. 5/5
All The Pigs, All Lined Up - the perfect mix, this is what should have been on The Downward Spiral, not the original. The new ending might be a bit little long, but it's cool so that is a good thing. 5/5
A Violet Fluid - Short but sweet. Perfect length for this thing, definately the finishing touch on this single. 5/5
Underneath The Skin - Instrumental mix of Reptile (except for three "reptile" screams in the beginning). A good 75% of this song is drums-only. Fits in well as the closing track. 5/5
Overall, these tracks and their arrangement (with the exception of the mix quality of the original MOTP) are perfect. A must-have CD, this is one you can leave on a continuous play loop for hours at a time and not get sick of. This officially gets 4.5/5 stars.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME US Halo! 17 April 2000
By Nicolas D. Medina - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Trent Reznor and Dave Oglivie teamed up to make one MONSTER of a maxi-single. It starts off with the title track "March of the Pigs". This is in itself (in its original album version) a fierce song that really gets you going. Any NIN fan knows that it is among Trent's best work. Next (I'm not sure of the order) is "Reptilian" which if a remix of "Reptile" off "The Downward Spiral". It was remixed by Dave Ogilvie. I actually like this remix better than the album version. It gives it a little more twists and complexity yet it still remains close enough to the original version to not p**s me off. "A Violent Fluid" is a short 1-minute instrumental. Short and sweet. It is basically the same loop repeated 10 times or so. Even though it is a cool loop, I wish a bit more had been done with it. That is why this maxi-single lost a star. "All the Pigs All Lined Up" is a "MOTP" remix which is equally as fast and furious as the original. "Underneath the Skin", also remixed by Oglivie, is another "Reptile" remix. It is mostly instrumental with few lyrics which makes it very interesting. If you are a big NIN fan who is seeking all the Halos, this is definitely one of the best! The other cool thing about this Halo is that it's a US release and you don't have to pay so much money! (don't buy the imported versions of this single....it takes both of the imported versions to get all the songs on the US version!)
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars SOON OUT OF PRINT 11 Dec. 1999
By tvsr - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
if you do not have this single yet or are just finding nine inch nails make sure to get this before it goes out of print.
includes some great remixes and a cool instrumental.
track listing is below :

1. march of the pigs
2. reptilian
3. all the pigs, all lined up
4. a violent fluid
5. underneath the skin
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It's a 2 c.d set 24 Nov. 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a great c.d. March of the Pigs(clean version) is the exact song on the downward spiral minus some bad words, you probabaly won't even notice the difference. All the pigs, all lined up is great, I think it's better than the original because there's a crowd yelling and it makes the song so much more powerful. Its one of my favorite nin songs of all time. A violet fluid is short and sweet, a great insturmental. The last song is big man with a gun. I never really enjoyed this one but it is still good. So why the 4 stars, it's because it's a 2 c.d. set and it should have been only 1. This import is better than the U.S version though because you get 2 extra tracks.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great single, but partially on "The Downward Spiral" reissue 25 May 2005
By Michael Stack - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
A good single somewhat undervalued by the recent release of the deluxe edition of "The Downward Spiral", "March of the Pigs" was the leadoff from that album. In addition to the album mix of "March of the Pigs", it adds an extended remix ("All the Pigs, All Lined Up"), a small loop track ("A Violet Fluid"), both of which appear on the deluxe edition, and two mixes of "Reptile" ("Reptilian" and "Underneath the Skin") by Dave Ogilvie.

"March of the Pigs" itself is a great song, breakneck beats, powerful distorted guitars, and a venomous vocal fading into its bizarre piano break. The remix I'm moody about (its what Reznor's been playing live for years)-- essentially a slightly extended take on the track is followed by repitious vocal lines over drum beats as a coda. It works pretty well, but its a bit too long. "A Violet Fluid" is an interesting little drum snippet, it ends after just a minute, before it has a chance to get boring.

The two "Reptile" mixes are the real value here as they're unreleased elsewhere-- "Reptilian" is an extended version of the album cut, it works well in a long form, seven and a half minutes is a long time to drag on a piece, but it doesn't feel that way. The instrumental edit fares well too-- it certainly helps illustrate how far Reznor has come as an arranger from the almost minimalist days of "Pretty Hate Machine" and "Broken".

A limited value these days, but if you're a fan, you'll probably want the "Reptile" remixes.
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