Nine Inch Nails ‎– Things Falling Apart

Nothing Records ‎– 0694907442
NIN – halo sixteen

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1 Slipping Away
Remix [Manipulated By] – Alan Moulder, Trent Reznor
2 The Great Collapse
Programmed By [Additional], Effects [Additional Sound Design] – Telefon Tel AvivRemix [Manipulated By] – Alan Moulder, Trent Reznor
3 The Wretched (Version)
Remix [Manipulated By] – Keith Hillebrandt
4 Starfuckers Inc. (Version)
Engineer – Alan BranchProducer [Additional] – Adrian Sherwood, Mark StewartRemix [Manipulated By] – Adrian Sherwood
5 The Frail (Version)
Cello – Marc ParadisProducer – Joshua Eustis, Turk DietrichRemix [Manipulated By] – BenelliViolin – Steve Hakel
6 Starfuckers Inc. (Version)
Remix [Manipulated By] – Dave Ogilvie
7 Where Is Everybody? (Version)
Featuring – Telefon Tel AvivProducer – Charles Cooper, Danny Lohner, Joshua EustisRemix [Manipulated By] – Danny Lohner
8 Metal
Remix [Manipulated By] – Alan Moulder, Trent ReznorWritten-By – Gary Numan
9 10 Miles High (Version)
Remix [Manipulated By] – Keith Hillebrandt
10 Starfuckers Inc. (Version)
Remix [Manipulated By] – Charlie Clouser

Companies, etc.



halo sixteen is listed on the cd
HALO SIXTEEN is listed on the spine

Comes in a jewel case with a 4 panel folder.

Management for Conservative.
Special thanks to Jeff Anderson and Steve Bottomley.

Tracks 1 to 3, 5, 7, 9 and 10: © 2000 Leaving Hope Music/TVT Music Inc. (ASCAP) administered by Leaving Hope Music, Inc.
Tracks 4, 6 and 10: © 2000 Leaving Hope Music/TVT Music Inc. (ASCAP) administered by Leaving Hope Music, Inc./Hypercube Music/Warner Tamerlane Music (BMI)/Quackenbush Music Limited (ASCAP) administered by Polygram International Music Publishing Inc.
Track 8 published by Beggars Banquet Music/Momentum Music Ltd. (PRS).

℗©2000 Interscope Records.
Printed in USA.
Manufactured and distributed in the United States by Universal Music & Video Distribution, Inc.

Copies with Matrix Number Variant 1 feature a Universal logo on the CD matrix.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 06949 07442 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): ** | (0694907442SP) B04D2521B
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI L772
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 4121
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 0694907442 1J 11
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 2A3D
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L239
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): 0694907442 0850318348
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI L771
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 2A25
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: PRS

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Nine Inch Nails Things Falling Apart(CDr, Promo) Universal none Denmark 2000 Sell This Version
0694907441 Nine Inch Nails Things Falling Apart(2x12", EP) Nothing Records 0694907441 US 2000 Sell This Version
UICS-1008 Nine Inch Nails Things Falling Apart(CD, EP) Nothing Records UICS-1008 Japan 2000 Sell This Version
490 744-2 Nine Inch Nails Things Falling Apart(CD, EP, Promo) Nothing Records 490 744-2 Thailand 2000 Sell This Version
4907442 (29) Nine Inch Nails Things Falling Apart(CD, EP) Nothing Records 4907442 (29) Mexico 2000 Sell This Version

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December 7, 2015

Checking the Wikipedia page, it blows me away that this remix album gets such a low rating on the reviews. Starting with the catchy, bass exploration of Slipping Away up until the final glitched remix of Starfuckers Inc - Things Falling Apart is a MASSIVE and innovative remix album. I believe this album has left behind many fans of the more rock friendly TDS era - into an electronic depth they simply cannot comprehend (much like The Fragile did with many). Things Falling Apart is nothing short of an amazing and innovative album.


December 31, 2007

This is the remix companion to the Fragile. This one takes a different direction, adding a cover Gary Numan's Metal and a version of "10 Miles High" a previously hard to find track. "Slipping Away" and "The Great Collapse" have some previously heard elements, but are almost brand new tracks. Dave Ogilvie returns once again and turns Starfuckers,inc into one of NIN best dance floor tracks. Bennelli also makes an appearance with their very awesome orchestral, yet electronic take on The Frail. Some of the remixes fall a little short of boring, but this one does shine. Not as well done as some of the other remix albums, but still recommended. 4/5