Nine Inch Nails ‎– With Teeth

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Interscope Records ‎– B0025681-01, Nothing Records ‎– B0025681-01
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NIN – HALO_19 V
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Definitive Edition
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A1 All The Love In The World
Featuring [Turntables] – Alien TomPercussion – Dave GrohlProgrammed By [Additional Programming] – Rupert Parkes
5:15
A2 You Know What You Are?
Drums [Live] – Dave Grohl
3:42
A3 The Collector
Drums [Live] – Dave Grohl
3:07
A4 The Hand That Feeds 3:32
B1 Love Is Not Enough 3:41
B2 Every Day Is Exactly The Same
Drums [Live] – Dave Grohl
4:55
B3 With Teeth
Drums [Live] – Jerome Dillon
5:38
C1 Only 4:23
C2 Getting Smaller
Drums [Live] – Dave Grohl
3:35
C3 Sunspots
Drums [Live] – Dave Grohl
4:03
C4 Home
Drums [Live] – Jerome Dillon
3:12
D1 The Line Begins To Blur
Drums [Live] – Dave Grohl
3:44
D2 Beside You In Time 5:25
D3 Right Where It Belongs 5:07

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Gatefold sleeve.

Includes a 4 panel, double-sided insert and 11 page booklet.

Definitive Edition 2019.

Sticker on plastic wrap:

The definitive version of With Teeth, meticulously prepared by Trent Reznor and NIN Art Director John Crawford. Remastered 2019 audio on 180-Gram vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker - Text): 6 02557 14276 1
  • Barcode (Sticker - Scanned): 0602557142761
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched [P.USA -52182- stamped]): B0025681-01-LP1-A 00602557142761 CB P.USA -52182-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched [P.USA -52182- stamped]): B0025681-01-LP1-B 00602557142761 CB P.USA -52182-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, etched [P.USA -52183- stamped]): B0025681-01-LP2-C 00602557142761 CB P.USA -52183-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, etched [P.USA -52183- stamped]): B0025681-01-LP2-D 00602557142761 CB P.USA -52183-

Other Versions (5 of 56) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
B0004553-02 Nine Inch Nails With Teeth(CD, Album, Dig) Nothing Records B0004553-02 US 2005 Sell This Version
9881439 Nine Inch Nails With Teeth(CD, Album) Nothing Records 9881439 Australasia 2005 Sell This Version
260 056-6 Nine Inch Nails With Teeth(CD, Album) Universal Music Russia, Interscope Records, Nothing Records 260 056-6 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
988 143-9 Nine Inch Nails With Teeth(CD, Album, Dig) Nothing Records, Interscope Records 988 143-9 Thailand 2005 Sell This Version
988 143-9 Nine Inch Nails With Teeth(CD, Album, Dig) Nothing Records 988 143-9 Indonesia 2005 Sell This Version

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notquitefaust

notquitefaust

January 17, 2020
Vinyl and packaging = top quality. Very thorough experience. Bonus: HiRes 24bit/96 dl available with digital voucher.

Trent and crew continue to deliver a fresh experience with their definitive reissues.
anthonysoltani

anthonysoltani

January 10, 2020
edited 14 days ago

the album has been released on amazon and other platforms as of today
strungout

strungout

January 10, 2020
Has this been released in the UK yet or have I missed out? Can’t seem to find it available anywhere.
h3ndrix

h3ndrix

January 10, 2020
Got mine. The remaster and pressing is honestly one of the best NIN has done. Can’t believe it’s been 15 years since this album dropped. It’s only gotten better with age and this pressing is immaculate, adds a tad of warmth but keeps the sterile digital sound. Remember these are mostly live instruments, this is the NIN vinyl to own. Hope they press Still.
IsaacTP

IsaacTP

January 6, 2020
edited 18 days ago

Just got it today! Sounds crazy good. This remaster is excellent.
Vivalafica

Vivalafica

December 27, 2019
Is there a new reissue coming out in January? I'm confused if what is on preorder on Amazon is this press or a different one?
Thanks.
shade1on1

shade1on1

December 6, 2019
edited about 1 month ago
My copy came in today and i just finished listening to it. goddamn great. waited years for this reissue to happen and damn they did an amazing job. this one sound much more deep and lush than the original. thank you TR. the original is just plain flat sounding.
fuck the scalpers and their absurd prices. don't bother with the original because 1. it will be warped if its still sealed and 2. the reissue is far superior to it.
now TR, can we please get Fixed reissued????
GarionOrb

GarionOrb

December 2, 2019
I'm so happy this finally released! It sounds magnificent! Nothing less than what I would expect from Trent Reznor. Listening to "You Know What You Are?" when it got to the end and that raw, distorted bassline rips through the ending chords before those last quiet tones fade away...all in pristine vinyl quality...gave me chills. This is one of my all-time favorite NIN albums, so I'm going to play this one till my ears bleed. Love it!
Doomguy13

Doomguy13

November 30, 2019
edited 10 days ago
The hype sticker said it better than I could: AT LONG LAST.

Announced two (three?) years ago, the Definitive Edition campaign Trent and Co. have started is finally crossing over into the 2000's with this reissue of the long out of print With Teeth ([WITH_TEETH] if you're nasty) and, thankfully, it's worth the wait.

Let's start with the most important part: the records themselves. Like the previous reissues, the pressing quality is superb, without any surface marks, warping or any other defect (large or small) present on the LPs. They play dead quiet when it comes to surface noise, but lively and loud when it comes to the music. The remaster really shines here, with the rhythm section sounding more bombastic than ever before, allowing songs like "The Line Begins To Blur" and "The Collector" to sound absolutely massive.

The only knock I could make on the sound quality is a very tiny nitpick, which was apparent in the original import CDs as well and I'm only guessing was the same with the original vinyl press which I've never heard: the bonus track "Home" sounds like it was recorded in a different studio or by a different engineer, as there are just some small differences in how it all comes together versus the rest of the songs. This remaster smooths that out a little more, but it doesn't perfectly blend. Again, this is a TINY nitpick, because honestly, I don't think they could have made this pressing better if they tried.

What really impressed me, however, are the little, attended to details mentioned on the hype sticker. Even moreso than the previous reissues, these details truly make the entire package an immersive experience, from the gatefold sharing the texture of the original CDs (and maybe the vinyl?), to it coming with a reformatted version of the original, download-only lyric poster (with the three extra tracks that didn't make it onto the record, including "The Warning" with actual but barely legible lyrics this time confirming it's an early version of the same track from Year Zero!), it all comes together to make it easy to follow Papa Reznor's order of turning your fucking phone off while listening. Also, the version I ordered from NIN.com came with a download at time of order, along with a download card in the record itself. If these records hit stores later, I don't know if they will follow suit, as some of the previous reissues did not.

I'm easily swayed by these reissues, but this one truly surprised me by just how much work obviously went into making this a reissue that truly not only felt necessary due to the second hand prices, but as a labor of love for Trent and a fantastic definitive product for fans. As with anything NIN related, there will be a very vocal minority that will poke holes in it and complain that it's a vinyl only remaster, or that the dynamic range is more squashed, or that the differences are so small that you can't tell, but don't let them tell you otherwise: this is THE definitive edition of With Teeth. Take it from someone who's listened to this album more than the sound of their own voice, I couldn't be happier.

EDIT: I do have one pretty major issue with this reissue, however. The included retrospective booklet, while informative and filled with really fantastic photos, has some weird inaccuracies. Songs are incorrectly titled and there's just some blatantly wrong things stated, like it being said that Jerome Dillon plays none of the drum parts when he, in fact, is credited on the album itself. Kinda weird that these slipped by, but at the end of the day, they're small things. Just kind of annoying when something like that is said, almost trying to erase someone from the history of the record and belittle their contributions.
bigmood

bigmood

November 29, 2019
I sincerely hope nobody buys this for more than $35