Nine Inch Nails ‎– Fixed

Label:
Nothing Records ‎– 0694960932
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NIN – halo six
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1 Gave Up
Remix – CoilRemix [With] – Danny Hyde
5:25
2 Wish
Remix – J.G. Thirlwell
9:10
3 Happiness In Slavery
Loops [Foundation Loops] – P.K.*Remix – Chris Vrenna, T. Reznor*
6:08
4 Throw This Away
Music By [End Portion Created By] – Butch VigRemix [Assembled By] – C. Vrenna*, T. Reznor*
4:14
5 Fist Fuck
Remix – J.G. Thirlwell
7:20
6 Screaming Slave
Performer [Pain Courtesy Of] – Bob FlanaganRemix – Bill Kennedy, Martin Brumbach, Sean BeavanRemix [Given Birth By] – C. Vrenna*, T. Reznor*
8:00

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Notes

Gary Talpas for Black Sun.
John A. Malm Jr. for Conservative

℗ & © 1992 Interscope Records
Manufactured and distributed in the United States by Universal Music & Video Distribution, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.

©1992 Leaving Hope / TVT Music, Inc. ASCAP

This recording contains various interpretations of songs that appear in their proper form on the "Broken" EP.

Mastered at Futuredisc.
Track 1 remixed at Matrix (London).

Total Playing Time: 40 mins, 19 secs

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  • Barcode: 6 06949 60932 0

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ILPM 8005, 514 321-1 Nine Inch Nails Fixed(LP, EP) Island Records, Island Records ILPM 8005, 514 321-1 UK 1992 Sell This Version
0694960932 Nine Inch Nails Fixed(CD, EP, RP, Dig) Nothing Records 0694960932 US Unknown Sell This Version
IMCD 8005, 514 321-2 Nine Inch Nails Fixed(CD, EP, RE, Dig) Island Records, TVT Records, Nothing Records IMCD 8005, 514 321-2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
ICM 8005, 514 321-4 Nine Inch Nails Fixed(Cass, EP) TVT Records, Island Records ICM 8005, 514 321-4 UK 1992 Sell This Version
INTD 96093 Nine Inch Nails Fixed(CD, EP, Dig) Nothing Records, TVT Records, Interscope Records, Universal INTD 96093 Taiwan 1992 Sell This Version

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soulcrusher00000

soulcrusher00000

February 9, 2011
for those that plan to sell, please list by catalog number as to avoid buyer confusion.
Random_Tox

Random_Tox

January 21, 2010
edited over 6 years ago

Not an accessible NIN release. Most tracks are good for a maximum of one listen out of curiosity. The "Happiness In Slavery" remix is the clear exception which is a track worth having and listening to occasionally.
realmdemagic

realmdemagic

December 31, 2007

One could say this is a clever release. As far as remix albums go, I've seen collections of 12" mixes throughout the 80s, but this is the first release that I've seen that remixes were created to make an actual album. The title is obvious, the opposite of Broken. Even the cover is the opposite: blue instead of red. As far as the mixes go, they aren't the originals with more synth lines and beats ready for the dance floor. Instead, they are reinterpretations, using elements from Broken and making them into new, breathing songs. Fans of Experimental and Musique Concrete will appreciate this. If you are looking for something straight forward to bop your head to, you may want to consider the later remix albums. This is still one of my favorites. 4/5