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on 19 April 2007
Just wanted to state real quick that if you were really sour at a lot of the overall sound of "With Teeth" (and even maybe the resulting tour that spawned a DVD, "Beside You in Time") and/but you just can't get enough of older noisy classics like "Fixed" and "Further Down the Spiral", this album is probably the album you always wanted by/from Nine Inch Nails and Trent Reznor. So buy it now. ;P If you are just a casual fan of NIN and just like some of the singles played on the radio, and you actually thought "With Teeth" was a masterpiece, you will probably hate this album, but oh well. Looks like MTR went back to basics and focused on why his hardcore fans liked him in the first place, making a brilliantly urgent, extremely noisy and very buried-in-the-mix chaotic masterpiece. :) Overall, this is an excellent album in my opinion, and without going into too much detail about why, just think if you are more of a NIN "singles only" fan (probably would not like this) or "B-sides are better" fan (probably would like this). Okay? Great. :)

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