Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross ‎– The Social Network

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The Null Corporation ‎– NULL 01 V
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Triple Gatefold Sleeve

180g Vinyl

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  • Barcode (Jacket, Back): 043396348073
  • Matrix / Runout (A): NULL - 001 - A KPG@ATM
  • Matrix / Runout (B): NULL - 001 - B KPG@ATM
  • Matrix / Runout (C): NULL - 001 - C KPG@ATM
  • Matrix / Runout (D): NULL - 001 - D KPG@ATM

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bigmood

bigmood

September 24, 2017
Trent can't seem to figure out how to package records. Stuff like the fragile and ghosts have standard gatefold sleeves despite having more than two lps, and year zero and the social network soundtrack get triple gatefolds. He clearly had the resources to make these triple gatefolds. Why waste them on albums that only need the standard gatefold design?
Helegad

Helegad

March 7, 2017
Are you people absolutely insane? This is a defective product and it's being sold for a minimum of $250. This is EVERYTHING wrong with the music industry.
dumaisaudio

dumaisaudio

June 24, 2013
Same here, my brand new copy purchased from the band, was loaded with non-fills and scratches on the first record. The second one seems fine though. To be honest, I've never been impressed with the vinyl pressings of NIN stuff from Ghosts to now. Everything I've gotten seems to have some noise issues compared with other stuff I buy. Maybe they're using a crappy pressing plant?
yogamarc

yogamarc

April 3, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
I had to return this horrible pressing of some great music. This is the kind of thing vinyl enthusiasts need to band together on - Over-priced, fancy packaging with a defective product. Clearly, there was no regard to quality control on this! DO NOT BUY - Absolute CRAP VINYL!!! I feel sorry for the new vinyl junkie looking to get this great soundtrack only to be burned and wishing they purchased the CD. These pressings will loose fans of vinyl and leave a bad taste in the mouth of new collectors...This should have never hit the shelves! The defects were visible.
It's unfortunate but not all vinyl sounds the same. Keep writing reviews and force these guys to stay on their A game and deliver the experience we desire!!
Beeg

Beeg

March 22, 2011

Same issue, tons of surface noise, pops and crackles all over. Great music, very unfortunate the pressing blows.
halowine

halowine

March 3, 2011

unbeliveable!! for 30$ it's a joke, all the track are broken, noise, deformation, i don't understand how it's possible to sell an object like that!! fortunately, it's better in mp3.
it's a shame for an album like that, big score work from reznor and articus...
DONT'T BUY IT!
primecut3

primecut3

February 19, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

180 grams vinyl but a huge amount of surface noise, from a brand new sealed album.
Even after a thorough professional cleaning. Quite disappointing as far as audio quality is concerned. Certainly NOT an audiophile experience. 1st we're told CDs sound better, then that vinyl sounds better, in that case, I should have bought the CD.