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Things Falling Apart |Nothing, 2000, {halo 16}| (because of 10 Miles High (version))|

Slipping Away, The Great Collapse, The Wretched (version), Starfuckers Inc. (version), The Frail (version), Starfuckers Inc. (version), Where Is Everybody? (version), Metal, 10 Miles High (version), Starfuckers (version)

No remoreses: the newest NIN album title is predictable. What's more it's worth to mention that Fixed or Further Down The Spiral belonged to sorta family and after listening we could say - yes it was labelled by Reznor. The new born child of Reznor's care is an orhpan. I have no idea if Trent aimed to earn more money or, what is more probable, wanted to be a good friend for his pals from the band and let them make music too but... the fact is one: Nine Inch Nails has never ever released such a crappy record as Things Falling Apart is. It should be never released. Such a music could work well with a bootleg or some pirated collection with the rejected demo versions or so... Unfortunately Things Falling Apart scares because it is and itself.

What can we expect there? Totally amateur music stays in a conflict with famous Reznor's songs made earlier. Some accidentally chosen samples, 3 failed versions of Starfuckers, dull cover of Gary Numan's 'Metal' song (recorded circa Further Down The Spiral era). There is only one song - 10 Miles High (version) which was placed on We're In This Together single. Mr Reznor, please don't do such things in the future. Other than that the fans will be forced to divide NIN ventures in two with a date of 1999 as a decadent turning point for NIN music...

(Katarzyna 'NINa' Górnisiewicz. Must not be used for promotional or commercial purposes. See a Legal Note for the copyrights below)

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