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Nine Inch Nails Live: And All That Could Have Been (2002)

A film following Nine Inch Nails' 2000 Fragility Tour, with 18 songs, background commentary and multiple camera angles. Nine Inch Nails Live are: Trent Reznor, Charlie Clouser, Robin Finck,... See full summary »

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A film following Nine Inch Nails' 2000 Fragility Tour, with 18 songs, background commentary and multiple camera angles. Nine Inch Nails Live are: Trent Reznor, Charlie Clouser, Robin Finck, Jerome Dillon and Danny Lohner. Written by John Doe

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Available in several formats: VHS, dolby surround DVD, 5.1 surround DVD, standard CD, and Deluxe Edition CD. Also has an accompanying CD of acoustic tracks and various outtakes from The Fragile era called "Still." See more »

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The ending credits have no music, even though they last for almost four minutes. See more »

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Features 1998 MTV Video Music Awards (1998) See more »

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Head Like a Hole
Written by Trent Reznor
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One of the best audio experiences you can get..
12 April 2002 | by See all my reviews

If you're going to buy or rent this, grab the DTS version. I greatly enjoyed this DVD on my home theatre -- the sound totally immerses you; various people on stage sound like they're in front of you playing while the audience roars behind you.

The packaging is cool, yet minimalist. The little Reznor written inset is a nice touch. You may go through all the menus and think, "I thought there would be more extras." There are more extras: they're mostly hidden. Probably the hardest one to find is the (in)famous Manson performance with Trent which originally showed they'd set aside their differences. You have to press enter towards the end of "Starf**kers, inc" (after the "well, f**k you..." line).

Overall, a great addition for any fan's collection. The sound of the songs, quality digital encoding, and extras all add up to a great release.


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