Nine Inch Nails ‎– With Teeth

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Interscope Records ‎– 0602498814390, Nothing Records ‎– 0602498814390
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NIN – HALO_19
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1 All The Love In The World
Percussion [Live] – Dave GrohlProgrammed By [Additional] – Rupert ParkesTurntables – Alien Tom
5:15
2 You Know What You Are?
Drums [Live] – Dave Grohl
3:42
3 The Collector
Drums [Live] – Dave Grohl
3:07
4 The Hand That Feeds 3:32
5 Love Is Not Enough 3:41
6 Every Day Is Exactly The Same
Drums [Live] – Dave Grohl
4:55
7 With Teeth
Drums [Live] – Jerome Dillon
5:38
8 Only 4:23
9 Getting Smaller
Drums [Live] – Dave Grohl
3:36
10 Sunspots
Drums [Live] – Dave Grohl
4:03
11 The Line Begins To Blur
Drums [Live] – Dave Grohl
3:44
12 Beside You In Time 5:25
13 Right Where It Belongs 5:08
14 Home
Drums – Jerome Dillon
3:11

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℗© 2005 Interscope Records.
A division of UMG Recordings Inc.
Made in the EU.

All credits taken from www.nin.com/with_teeth, no credits except of production credits appear on release.

Includes one extra track, "Home."

Mastered at Precision Mastering.

Studios:
New Orleans - Nothing Studios
Los Angeles - The Village Recorder, Sound City Studios, Grandmaster Recording Studios
Drum Technicians - Gerch for Drum Fetish

All songs published by Leaving Hope Music/TVT Music (ASCAP), administered by Leaving Hope Music, Inc, 2005.
Dave Grohl appears courtesy Roswell Records.

Nine Inch Nails live band, With_Teeth era: Alessandro Cortini, Jerome Dillon, Aaron North, Trent Reznor and Jeordie White.

CD notes available online.
The notes contain lyrics to two songs that do not appear on this CD: "The Life You Didn't Lead" and "Message to No One".

Comes in a 3-panel digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned, UPC_A): 602498814390
  • Barcode (Printed): 6 02498 81439 0
  • Label Code: LC06406
  • Rights Society: SABAM / BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout: [4 x Universal logo] 06024 988 143-9 01 ✳ 51597010
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould ring variant 1): Made in Germany by Universal M & L
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould ring variant 2, 6): MADE IN GERMANY BY UNIVERSAL M & L A
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould ring variant 3): MADE IN GERMANY BY UNIVERSAL M & L B
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould ring variant 4): MADE IN GERMANY BY UNIVERSAL M & L C
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould ring variant 5): MADE IN GERMANY BY UNIVERSAL M & L C
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1 to 6): IFPI LV26
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1, 6): IFPI 0141
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0144
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 0132
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 4): IFPI 0140
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 5): IFPI 0114

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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
UICO-9699 Nine Inch Nails With Teeth(CD, Album) Interscope Records UICO-9699 Japan 2006 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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sebadoh

sebadoh

June 6, 2016
I have a copy with 17 tracks (bonus: Closer, Ruiner and The Becoming). It looks like an Azian version but all titles are printed in English as well. Can't find it anywhere on the internet and not on Discogs. Is anybody familiar with this release??
Angel_Vampiro

Angel_Vampiro

September 20, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

I won't enter into any discussion with anybody. Just want to give my honest opinion to the general public an NIN fans alike.

I think this production is a bit step forward into Trent Reznor' music composing. Yes, there are some weak compositions. Also, there are other ones very much alike what NIN is right now, and was then, before With Teeth. The opening track is a weak one, but, You know what you are?, The Collector, are perfect NIN aggressive approach to music. Even, The Hands that Feeds, Everyday is Exactly the Same and Only (sounds kind of commercial) are great tracks, in my opinion. Then, will keep on that aggressiveness with, Love is Not Enough, Getting Smaller, The Line Begins To Blur (this one sounds more like some music composed on The Fragile era). Need to point that all Dave Grohl Drums [Live] parts, were very good, to great, as so was Jereome Dillon' ones. The 2 closing tracks are not good enough for my taste. But, the extra track, the perfect one to close this With Teeth version, Home, is not musically that complicated, but I love it and, Jerome Dillon, did an excellent job on his drum parts, stands out, like a fist on your face, and Trent Reznor, adding his electric bass and guitar parts, plus a bit of [drone] treatments, makes this composition a perfect one. So, as a whole, it is not a perfect NIN album, but for those tracks mentioned above, it's worth investing on the, With Teeth [Limited Tour Edition] CD.
ibbjamin

ibbjamin

April 6, 2006
edited over 7 years ago

This is the most dissapointing album I have ever heard in my entire life. I actually anticipated the album a lot because NIN is THE most influential music in my life. After hearing The Hand That Feeds on the radio a few times prior to its release, I did not completely lose my hopes; the radio usually features some of the worst songs from some of the best albums. After burning an advance copy illegally, with the plan to purchase the album upon its release, I quickly learned that The Hand That Feeds truly is one of the better tracks on the album. After one listen, I literally threw the CD away and lost a lot of respect for Trent Reznor. I cannot say I have completely lost respect for NIN because his earlier work is some of the best music ever made. I just think that it would have been a better career move to stop making music than to do like Metallica did and start making horrible music.
enfantterrible

enfantterrible

April 2, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Think about it: "With teeth" suggest a projection of agressiveness and solid musical stand but that in reality miserably fails into a weaker/brainless pop tentative.
I will thwart that title with a pity euphemism: Toothless.
History has shown that theres indeed some weakening impulse on bands in through the years and an urge to create more "compatible" musical material for audience in order to emancipate their will of profit that will sustain their well accustomed burgueois lifestyles.
Metallica is a clear spot followed by NIN. Bands with a name and a style, even with some kind of "ideology" (metallica probably more) that promptly got dissolved into the futile, insipid, uninspired radio chart, global radio style and the tempting proximity of the crowds.
NIN doesnt pretend to be "industrial" anymore, he shows his real face, the real depth that always had. The bones are visible and all the leather and the spikes are out. And we can see an skelleton made with marshmellows, not even bones.
The opening song was intended to be a radio hit. alternative sounding, funky and disco rythm. originality or brilliant idea? you tell me!. then we find a song after song of common coarsed pop with some NIN typical sounds, a mouse making noises behind the pop structure. yeah he needs to remind yourself what he used to be...with some noises.
the last two songs reminds a bit of "the fragile" but completely lacks any strong emotion or even some accent of honesty. songs for closing a weak album? yeah we have some.
why dont we try what we did before?
The future of NIN is probably clear. Trent using Hilfinger sweaters for advertising, singing in duo with Madonna on stage, making more videos for MTV and "mixing influences" with some unknown latin band in order to "recreate" his career.
Whereas there was a "mastermind" here it is necessary to ask ourselves: to where he left? at least where his "industrial pop" music is it?
nothing... toothless.
Comformity and setback way to go!
Dan_Akira

Dan_Akira

May 29, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
While this album is definately on a softer note compared to past NIN releases, I personally feel that it is still a very solid album from the genius that is Trent Reznor.

Immediately tracks that stand out include The Line Begins to Blur, Love is not Enough and yes, even The Hand That Feeds (with moments that hark back to Prett Hate Machine).
I will admit that some tracks (Only being the main one) caused me to think that Trent had gone Electroclash, but on the whole this album comes across as big success.

Definately worth the money of any NIN fan.
deejsasqui

deejsasqui

May 28, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Perhaps Trent is getting older (when wearing a black sweater in past photo shoots, he has looked rather like a soccer mom), or perhaps the substance abuse has caught up with him. Or perhaps he just listened to the radio a bit too much and his brain's gone soft, but this is the most "pop" NIN album, and not in a good way. The industrial edge of earlier work is gone. He sings a lovely falsetto, has harmonizing vocals, and includes a tambourine, and that's only the first track. I could almost see people clapping along and swaying rhythmically in some stadium, wearing the shirt they just bought, and a notable lack of spikes or leather.

But I like that song, especially when compared to the boring, repetitive vocals on the following tracks. "The Hand That Feeds", the first radio track, which has all the pointy industrial edges softened for mass consumption. "Only" starts with what I could only call a nu-disco beat, and is joined by a funky bass line. Yes, funky. And instead of screaming and spitting teeth, or whispering his dark dreams to us, he speaks, and he reminds me of Ben Folds for some reason. But Ben is fun, and Trent is supposed to be a bit scary. Even when he does scream some obscenities, I'm just thinking of Ben Folds on a bad day, an alternative rocker gone a bit dark, perhaps with an ex-metal band as the new guitarist.

Only on the last two tracks really appease me. Mind you, these aren't filled with the vitriol and rusty barbs that used to rend my ears, but they're the slightly spooky quiet tracks. Perhaps Trent is only a specter of the past monster he played, or perhaps that costume no longer fits.