Nine Inch Nails — The Downward Spiral

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Nine Inch Nails

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 1994-03-08
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14

  • ℗ 2015 Nothing/Interscope Records

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Reviews

  • Great

    5
    By ALLTHE KINGS MEN
    Spectacular album. Closer is one of my favorite songs.
  • A great album by a great band.

    5
    By NottheLaney
    Contrary to whatever the Laney review says, this is a great album.
  • NiN goes downward spiral after this album.

    3
    By @mericAn*Psycho
    The album I happen to drop acid on for the time.
  • Amazing album, incredible details and metaphors.

    5
    By Mister Solitude
    This album can be interpreted in many ways, obviously the album is not for everyone. It’s pretty hard in terms of sound and it’ll scare some off. If you’re a fan of alt metal, then you’ll enjoy this if you give it a couple of listens. It may not be appealing to a couple at first. Once I gave it a couple listens all the way through, it became my favorite album ever.
  • Why is this “industrial”?

    2
    By 386728
    For the life of me, I cannot figure out what happened in the 90s that made so many bands, whose styles were more like plain alternative rock than industrial, label themselves as such. I say this at the risk of not sounding like a true industrial fan (cue the memes). I’ve tried listening to the bands related to NIN to see if they sound any more industrial, such as Stabbing Westward, but it’s more of the same alternative rock. Certain industrial rock bands, like Chemlab, actually sound more industrial than NIN, but I think they were more inspired by bands like 1000 Homo DJs or Ministry than NIN. I am aware that NIN was heavily inspired by Skinny Puppy to the point of blatantly copying them in their debut album. I do like some of the songs on this album, like “Closer” and “Reptile”, but the rest sound like your run-of-the-mill edge, and not in a sophisticated way. The two tracks I mentioned are more conceptually mature and actually sound industrial. (I like the Kling-klang thing, okay?) One of the previous reviewers said that “there was nothing like it before it came out”... I disagree. NIN was not the first to do anything like this, and if I’m being honest, they were not even good at it, either. Normally, if a band becomes famous, they either innovated something new or they at least made a genre 1000x better. But that was not the case with NIN. Notice that NIN’s brand of industrial rock did not last past the 90s, because it all just morphed into plain alternative.
  • ❤️

    5
    By Trust and Us
    ❤️
  • Epic

    5
    By hatched1220
    I can't believe there is only one review for this on iTunes. This is a great album. It sounded like nothing else when it first came out. And all of these years later, it still holds up. Great album. Great work of art.
  • Great

    5
    By ryanmetallica
    Good album

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