Nine Inch Nails ‎– Further Down The Spiral

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Island Records ‎– IMCD 8041, Island Records ‎– 524 125-2
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NIN – halo ten v2
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1 Piggy (Nothing Can Stop Me Now)
Drum Programming [Beats] – Kim BullardEngineer – David Sardy*, David SchiffmanGuitar – Dave NavarroProducer – Rick Rubin
4:03
2 The Art Of Self Destruction, Part One
Remix – Brian Pollack, Nine Inch Nails, Sean Beavan
5:41
3 Self Destruction, Part Three
Engineer – Jim Janik, Rob SuttonRemix – J.G. Thirlwell
3:28
4 Heresy (Version)
Remix – Charlie Clouser
5:19
5 The Downward Spiral (The Bottom)
Remix – Danny Hyde, Drew McDowall, John Balance, Peter Christopherson
7:29
6 Hurt (Live)
Mixed By – Sean BeavanMixed By [Assistant] – Brian Pollack
5:07
7 At The Heart Of It All
Written-By [Created By] – Aphex Twin
7:08
8 Ruiner (Version)
Remix – Charlie Clouser
5:35
9 Eraser (Denial; Realization)
Remix – Danny Hyde, Drew McDowall, John Balance, Peter Christopherson
6:38
10 Self Destruction, Final
Engineer – Jim Janik, Rob SuttonRemix – J.G. Thirlwell
9:54

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Remix album of Nine Inch Nails' "The Downward Spiral".
Features logos of TVT Records and Interscope Records.

Published by MCA Music Ltd.

℗ 1995 TVT/Interscope © 1995 TVT/Interscope. The copyright in this sound recording is owned by TVT/Interscope and is exclusively licensed to Island Records Ltd. in the UK.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 31452 41252 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 731452412522
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Label Code: LC 0407
  • Other (On CD): PY 899
  • Other (On back sleeve): PY 263
  • Matrix / Runout: 524 125_2 00 L7 PMDC FRANCE
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L004
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0256
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0220

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Random_Tox

Random_Tox

January 25, 2010

This is certainly one of the more cohesive and accessible NIN EPs. It is not so "experimental". Most tracks you can actually listen to all the way through and some are quite good. I still prefer original album versions for all tracks though.
realmdemagic

realmdemagic

December 31, 2007

Foreign countries saw a much different take on Further Down the Spiral than that of the states. This one has a live version of "Hurt" which was used in the promotional video clip. Also included are the more straight forward mixes from the US release and two dance floor smashers "Heresy (version)" and "Ruiner (version)" both remixed by Charlie Clouser. Also know as Halo Ten, Volume Two. As good as the US release, if not better. Highly recommended and essential. 5/5
IoaPetraka

IoaPetraka

September 23, 2002

For me, this was worth the purchase value simply for Coil's remix of Downward Spiral. The track features multiple vocal layers on different temporal cadences, building in a solid yet subtle crescendo towards the Moment when the trigger is pulled. When I first heard this, I felt that it was by far the best capture of the Moment that I'd ever heard. The Moment where all things in life have come to a culmination, and now the gray area between that and termination is held hair split between a muscle contraction and a trigger. Then release.

I suppose that if one does not have much interest in the psychology of the darker sides of humanity, it might be as profound, but then, you probably wouldn't be looking at NIN material.