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Coil / Nine Inch NailsRecoiled

Label:Cold Spring – csr193lp
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Remastered
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Industrial

Tracklist

A1Gave Up (Open My Eyes)5:28
A2Closer (Unrecalled)7:41
A3The Downward Spiral (A Gilded Sickness)7:59
B1Eraser (Reduction)8:45
B2Eraser (Baby Alarm Remix)8:54
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Notes

Black vinyl in a heavy glossy sleeve with printed inner sleeve.
Cat# on bottom spine.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5060174956805
  • Matrix / Runout (A): CSR 193 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (B): CSR 193 B1 GREG @ FINYL TWEEK

Other Versions (5 of 7)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recoiled (CD, Compilation, Remastered)Cold Springcsr193cdUK2014
Recently Edited
Recoiled (LP, EP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Remastered, Brown With Black Splatter)Cold Springcsr193lpUK2014
Recently Edited
Recoiled (LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Picture Disc)Cold Springcsr193pUK2014
New Submission
Recoiled (5×File, AAC, EP, Compilation, 256 kbps)Cold SpringnoneUS2016
New Submission
Recoiled (LP, Limited Edition, Numbered, Remastered, Stereo, CDr, Limited Edition, Numbered, Remastered, Stereo)Cold Springcsr193lpUK2019

Reviews

  • StanleyKindly's avatar
    StanleyKindly
    When I first bought this back in 2014, I was pretty unimpressed with the music and figured they were just demo mixes and ideas that were not fleshed out much at all. I sold the record shortly after that first listen as the pressing was absolutely trash, and the remixes were mostly pretty uninteresting. Recently I saw a copy in a shop for a decent price and thought I'd give it a second chance... well, the pressing is definitely just as bad, and I only just now read into what these mixes actually are - just Danny Hyde trying to replicate and then finish some old ideas but in a very modern fashion (Ableton...). It has a few moments worth listening to, but as a whole just kinda comes off as a cash grab. If you're a completist for either NIN or Coil this might be worth picking up... but I definitely regret buying this a second time. Ah well.
    • Rushfan123's avatar
      Rushfan123
      Does anyone know why this wasnt given a Halo number? It doesn't seem to be treated as part of the main discography whereas the further down the spiral remix album is.
      • thimblewimble's avatar
        Hello. Just FYI, there's a special edition that Danny is selling on his web site. It's the vinyl LP in a clear sleeve (I think), along with a CD-R of unreleased tracks. Each CD-R has unique artwork. There's something like 20 copies for sale.

        In any event, I wouldn't get too excited about the CD-R. Danny's very ambiguous with his description of the CD-R contents. He makes it sound like he's selling even more unreleased remixes from John & Peter. When asked point blank, he won't say whether or not this is true. As best I can tell, he has taken some of the original remix elements and used them to create new remixes. Whether or not that's worth US$150 or whatever to you is up to you. I think it's incredibly dishonest. But, that's just me. :)
        • Nojob's avatar
          Nojob
          Edited 4 years ago
          The record: Purchased sealed, record inside was scuffed, scratched, and dirty. The label did a really poor job at the pressing plant. Shape up Cold Spring, this is garbage and unacceptable in the audiophile era. I'd suggest illegally downloading the FLAC files as the vinyl is a finger in your eye, and they don't deserve to sell the CD.

          The music: Really cool record. It's definitely Coil oriented as it never really breaks out into the NIN noise of Fixed or Further Down. Very ethereal, like industrial ambient. I'm glad this was released as its material pulled from two of my favorite NIN remix records and sounds authentic and professional, but almost like out-takes. I have every Halo from the first three albums and would consider this essential for NIN completests or fans of either Fixed or Further Down.
          • d.hubbins's avatar
            d.hubbins
            Just cracked the seal on this to find out that it was scratched up. The surface noise on this pressing is just awful. It's like it got louder as the first side played on. Have no urge to listen to side 2 now.

            Would it be safe to say that no matter what, every copy of this record will not be in mint shape?
            • IBOLTON's avatar
              IBOLTON
              Edited 8 years ago
              I still don't hear the music from the movie "Seven". My label on side A is about to fall off. Unacceptable.
              • IBOLTON's avatar
                IBOLTON
                Nine Inch Nails should have re-released "Further Down The Spiral" as a first time vinyl release and just added these songs. And please make it an "Audiophile
                Pressing" without the crackles.
                • dr._phibes_02's avatar
                  dr._phibes_02
                  Unfortunately a bad pressing...
                  • Salsa's avatar
                    Salsa
                    You should approach this from the Coil side of the things I think. I'm a fan of NIN, and of Coil and I really dug this more than I thought I would. It's more chill than the tracks released previously, and the NIN sound is really stripped back, like Coil isn't so much remixing as using some "found sounds" to base a few atmospheric tracks on. Even Gave Up is ...? Lower? It still has the elements from the Fixed version, it's just more Coil... It's hard to pin down, and fundamentally, that's what I like about it. I was expecting some discarded efforts not quite up to snuff with what officially saw the light of day on a Haloed release, but instead I was treated with some nice atmosphere soundscapes with a little Trent sprinkled over the top. If I were to tweak any of it, it may be to tone the lyrics down even further and let the sounds stand more alone, but that's a minor quibble because for the most part that's exactly what the tracks do.

                    Recommendations for this will be hard though, I think. The die-hard Coil fans already have their colored vinyl copies, enjoying the fact that this body of work is FINALLY officially released, but the stanch NIN fan who merely tolerated the weirdness of Fixed won't find a lot of interest here. The folks like me; somewhere in the middle of this electronic wonderland will be mildly surprised with what's contained here. In the end, it put me in a Coil mood and that is not a bad thing.
                    • caligulasremains's avatar
                      Totally disappointing. Do not expect a follow up to Further Down The Spiral or Fixed, which are my favorite NIN releases.

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