As the day wore on, I started thinking about just why this particular joke appealed to me so much, and why — as horrid as this may seem to some people — yes, I wish this one wasn’t a hoax. If this were a real album, I’d _gladly_ pay good money to pick it up.
Oh, _wow_ but this is cool. Trent Reznor has released NIN’s new single, ‘The Hand that Feeds’, as a 70Mb GarageBand file.
One of the funniest I’ve seen was watching Disney’s ‘Sleeping Beauty’ in fast forward while listening to nin’s broken album. Fit way too well…funny as shit, too.
Hmmm… Curious…are there any amninnies (did I get that right…?) other than me up here in Alaska?
Discarding the philosophical ramblings being touched on here, I’d say…no. If it’s the same promo CD i’ve got, it’s only got two tracks.
Somewhere around a year or more ago, there was an ftp site that had a remix of ‘last’ by Butch Vig that had been nixed from the ‘fixed’ ep. As far as I’ve been able to tell, it’s not available anywhere else, and has never been released.
I’ve seen it on two discs…the import version of the HLAH single (pink and blue cover, no halo number listed, only three tracks to it.
A friend told me that reznor had done some work with them, so I went out and picked up their first album, only to figure out trent was nowhere on that, but was still a really good disc.
I might as well join in the fray…`
As far as I can tell, after being a fan of both Queen and nin for quite a while, I’d be willing to bet that all that ‘sample’ is, is holding down the fast forward button on a cd player and panning it back and forth during the goofball experimental middle section of GDML.