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Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 20/03/2011 19:45:39
Only just got into NIN and I'm extremely annoyed I didn't get into them earlier. This album is definitely their most commercial as far as the melodies are concerned but that doesn't mean its bad, in fact quite the contrary. If you don't have this album yet make sure you put that mistake to rest and buy it without hesitation!
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Superb, the closest he will ever get to The Downward Spiral
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 28/01/2011 16:46:05
Incredibly groovy - not a phrase you would coin with Nine Inch Nails since the debut Pretty Hate Machine - offering from the electronic genius that is Trent Reznor, another dosing of hell with such a range of musical talent and depth: Hell has never sounded so good.
Depeche Mode fans to Ministry fans will be pleased here, the lyrics are some of the best Trent has ever written, the music goes from commercial to underground, dark and gothic to beautifully moving and tripped out.
Almost every song is an instant NIN classic, whether it be a self-loathing hate anthem like Only or a tripped out and moving piece like Right Where It Belongs. You don't have to be a NIN fan to love this album, just an appreciator of good music.
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Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 13/04/2010 13:33:33
I sank my teeth into NIN a couple of years ago and I am not letting go. So many depressing lyrics that keep me tuned in and wanting more. And still i find the light at the end of the tunnel on every album (RIght where it belongs on this album).
I love the way cacophony and harmony mix.
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A NIN high point
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 28/09/2009 20:51:29
Probably their (his!) most accesible album since pretty hate machine, and at a fiver is unmissable
Note: This Review was made by Play.com customer: C0ppert0p on Rakuten’s Play.com on the date shown.
Its a great
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 21/08/2009 15:01:32
Ive never really got into nin until i saw them at sonisphere, not knowing any song of there set still blown away so brought an album. Can listen to this album over and over again.
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Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 26/07/2009 13:12:09
As with so many long running bands, there's usually a point when a different direction is taken or a long break seperates the fans in two. I'll admit i'm a newer fan, first hearing the slip, then with teeth and working roughly backwards, but of all their albums, this just has quality pouring out of it and you can cleary see the effort poured into it. Every song is unique, powerful and memorable. From full on rage tracks like You Know What You Are? to haunting melancholys in Right Where It Belongs and Every Day Is Exactly The Same. If you could only buy one NIN album, i would strongly reccomend With Teeth.
Note: This Review was made by Play.com customer: Caseus on Rakuten’s Play.com on the date shown.
Favourite NIN album
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 29/01/2009 12:33:29
Downward Spiral of course is their most famous and a favourite of most fans, but With Teeth is superb. From Why Do You Get All The Love In The World to the bonus Right Where it Belongs Vol2, every song makes you take notice. Favourite tracks have to be Only and Right Where it Belongs V2, this album is simply too good to ignore, esp at the 4.99 price tag.
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Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 27/08/2008 19:41:34
Yes, this is my favourite Nine Inch Nail's album. The only one that comes close to it after this is "The Slip".
I don't konw what it is about this album. My discription of it would be a disco crossed with a massacre. Where everyone is dancing their way to their death.
Trent isn't a happy muffin on this album (but he never is) and he seems to want to show us again and again how screwed up the world is.
Although I must admit, The Hand That Feeds is great for parties and Every Day is Exactly the Same, makes one question their own existence quite franticly.
This is a good album to bob along too, but I wouldn't chose to listen to it on repeat...or really want to! No, the odd listen would be good.
You may find yourself skipping tracks though!
For Fans of : Mortiis, Ministry, Blutenangel
Best Track : Hand That Feeds
Note: This Review was made by Play.com customer: WykkedVampyr on Rakuten’s Play.com on the date shown.
Brilliant! One of NIN best
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 10/01/2008 12:01:45
Very good CD, bought this a year ago now and still not sick of it!
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Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 08/06/2007 13:42:51
Felt compelled to write a review because I think this CD is quite underrated. My favourite NIN songs are probably "Terrible Lie", "Gave Up" & "Something I can never have", so I'm not supporting this purely because it's a more "modern rock" sound NIN, I just like the lyrics and the music. *shrugs*
Track highlights are "You Know What You Are" and "Everyday is exactly the same", catchy from the off, and enough depth to play them to death. Generally strong CD with a couple of blips, but still genius stuff from Trent.
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