Nine Inch Nails ‎– Solid Gold Hell

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Cocomelos Records ‎– CM 012
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01 Down In It 3:52
02 Sin 4:07
03 Get Down, Make Love
Written-By – Freddie Mercury
2:49
04 Head Like A Hole 6:00
05 Now I'm Nothing/Terrible Lie 7:01
06 Sin 4:13
07 You're So Physical
Written-By – Adam Ant
4:58
08 The Only Time 5:20
09 Suck 5:19
10 That's What I Get 4:26
11 Wish 4:02
12 Get Down, Make Love
Written-By – Freddie Mercury
3:18
13 Ringfinger 6:01
14 Down In It 3:30
15 Head Like A Hole 6:28

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Notes

Tracks 1-4 were recorded live in Vienna 1991
Tracks 5-15 were recorded live in the USA 1991

Made in Italy
℗ 1993

S.I.A.E

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 013780 030121
  • Matrix / Runout: CM 012
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E
  • SPARS Code: ADD

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7empest

7empest

December 16, 2019

Sure, there are much better NIN bootlegs out there, but pre-Downward Spiral, this was a highly sought after treasure, and to this day, stands as a tried-n-true classic in the oeuvre of NIN boots.

Worth it alone for the ripping live version of the highly-coveted and heretofore still unreleased “Now I’m Nothing”, which segues into a blistering rendition of “Terrible Lie”.

Other treasures include the intense second version of “Down In It” included here, as well as fantastic early live versions of such NIN classics like “Wish”, “Kinda I Want To” and “The Only Time”.

As far as Pretty Hate Machine-era live bootlegs go, this is roundly considered the solid gold (hell) standard amongst the hardcore Nine Inch Nails faithful.

7.5/10
Salinger

Salinger

October 9, 2005
edited over 15 years ago
This cd is generally considered to be one of the worst NIN bootlegs out there.... a waste of money. Just look at the tracklisting; it repeats a number of songs. And the quality is poor even for a live bootleg. This disc is only for the completeist or someone obsessed with the pupative early dance-dustrial days of NIN. (Check out the awful Queen cover! Twice! I wonder why they don't play that one anymore?)