Nine Inch Nails teetering on brink of cool

Posted October 11th, 2007 by Eric Greenwood · No Comments

The words Nine Inch Nails and hip rarely share the same paragraph, much less the same sentence, but with the announcement that Interscope’s last chance to make any money off Trent Reznor is a remix album, a few credible names have popped up. Evidently, the likes of Fennesz, The Faint, Ladytron, and New Order have remixed tracks off Year Zero to create Nine Inch Nails’ Y34RZ3R0R3MIX3D. Reznor has given friends and strangers alike carte blanche with his music, a laudable and daring move that will be available in multiple formats: digital download, a triple-vinyl set and a CD/DVD-ROM. Reznor has even gone one step further and embedded the CD/DVD-ROM with multi-track files that fans can manipulate on their own. The experiment is out November 20.

Y34RZ3R0R3MIX3D tracklist:

“Gunshots by Computer,” Saul Williams
“The Great Destroyer,” Modwheelmood
“My Violent Heart,” Pirate Robot Midget
“The Beginning of the End,” Ladytron
“Survivalism,” Saul Williams
“Capital G,” Epworth Phones
“Vessel,” Bill Laswell
“The Warning,” Stefan Goodchild featuring Doudou N’Diaye Rose
“Meet Your Master,” the Faint
“God Given,” Stephen Morris & Gillian Gilbert
“Me, I’m Not,” Olof Dreijer
“Another Version of the Truth,” Kronos & Enrique Gonzalez Müller
“In This Twilight,” Fennesz
“Zero Sum,” Stephen Morris & Gillian Gilbert

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