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Slave (segment "Happiness in Slavery")
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Himself (segment "Documentary") (as Twiggy Ramirez)
Zim Zum ...
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A two video set from the band Nine Inch Nails. The first tape consists of all NIN's music videos, including several that were never released previously. The second tape is a documentary of the band's 1994/1995 tour, including live performances of songs, backstage interviews, and special guests. Written by Jeremy Horpedahl <eaglehaslanded@geocities.com>

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The road gone wild
30 April 2001 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

As a fan who has never seen NIN live, this thing was good for me to get. It has on one side, all the videos, and all the live stuff on the other side. It's crazy videos that have never been shown on TV (Happiness in Slavery) sometimes make you sit there and wonder what was happening in the minds of the video producers, and the live footage makes you wonder how many more times Trent can throw himself into people and musical objects without hurting himself.

The best parts of this video though, are the David Bowie parts. If you've never heard the version of "Hurt" sung with the two of them, you're definitely missing out. Alongside Johnny Cash's cover, it's the best version of this fantastic track.

A must buy for any NIN fan.


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