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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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Great, greater, Trent
22 May 2003 | by (The Hague, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Trent Reznor proves to be great with this DVD, with simple footage made by handycams, he shows us the best of his Fragility tour. The images are great, the show is excellent en the sound is beautiful. I've never had the honor to see NIN live, because they dont come to Netherlands much (I believe only 1 or 2 times).

This DVD was a way for me to see them live and get a bit of the feeling. And when I had the DVD for 2 months I found out it had hidden features! Marilyn Manson is included in them, joining in on the performance, reptile live, the day the world went away (live/music vid), commercials, Gave Up from a stationary camera, giving more the feeling youre there.

This is a must have DVD if you like MUSIC, you can't dislike NIN or Trent Reznor.


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