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Pretty Hate Machine album for sale by Nine Inch Nails was released May 11, 1999 on the Nothing (USA) label. Although Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor became the poster boy for industrial rock in the early 1990s, his '89 debut, PRETTY HATE MACHINE, actually has a stronger foothold in '80s synth-pop. The guitar-heavy opener, "Head Like a Hole," is the most aggressive track on the album and proved to be the signature song for Reznor's initial breakthrough, but much of the disc sounds like Depeche Mode in a particularly bad mood. ...See Full Description
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||THIS ALBUM SHOULD HAVE BEEN A SOUNDTRACK TO A MOVIE!|
this album is so good that it should be a soundtrack to a movie. songs like terrible lie have this aggressive atmosphere to them, ringfinger and down in it are also good. But the best song on the album is head like a hole! i recommend this album to anyone
By a reviewer (South sioux city, NE , USA)
|As Good As It Gets: NIN Style|
Pretty Hate Machine (1989) is one of the best NIN records ever.The album quickly explodes begining with "god money", then moving on to songs with a little more bass like "Down in it" and "Kinda I Want To". The perfection in their music is brought out with the 7th track "Sin", as the many sounds and beats come together in this awesome song. And who could leave out the powerful vocals by Trent Reznor. Slightly techno, a lot hard core, definately Nine Inch Nails.
By a reviewer (Cleveland, OH, USA)
This blows my mind literally when I put and played the CD in my player. Jesus Christ! This puppy is hands down. No doubt about that! It's very new wave-y and dated on this CD but compare it to With Teeth that came out. This was underground whereas With Teeth? It's more produced for the mainstream. He collaborates a multitude here. But I can tell he's a perfectionist to the bone if you listen this and With Teeth altogether. The man should've keep his straps together after releasing this cult classic. Stop drinking, Trent Reznor! I see you!
By orangegreendesolate (Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA)
An alluring and dark tale of betrayl and confusion, lapsed in beatiful symphony and bleak lyrics. This album is simply an amazing peice of art and will continue to inspire generations.
By soggytwinkies (Danforth, CT, Usa)
||The by far best NIN album|
This is the only NIN album which is so good that you can listen to it from front to back! The other albums, in comparison, may have one or two hit songs but the albums as a whole are lacking. I haven't heard the newest album yet so I don't speak for it.
By Mark (Vancouver, BC, CANADA)
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|CD Universe Part number||1018939|
|Release Date||May 11, 1999|