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NIN feat. Bauhaus - Where Darkness Doubles Where Light Pours In (Bootleg) |GBB Records, 2007| (promotional use)

01. Head like a Hole (trent/peter)(orig. nin),02. Sannity Assassin (trent/peter) (orig. bauhaus),03. Hurt (trent/peter) (orig. nin),04. Dreams (trent/peter/tvotr) (orig. tvotr),05. Final Solution (trent/peter/tvotr) (orig. pere ubu),06. Bela Lugosi's Dead (trent/peter/tvotr) (orig. bauhaus),07. Reptile (trent/peter/twiggy/atticus) (orig. nin),08. Warm Leatherette (trent/peter/twiggy/atticus) (orig. the normal),09. Strange Kind of Love (trent/peter/twiggy/atticus) (orig. peter murphy),10. Niteclubbing (trent/peter/twiggy/atticus) (orig. iggy pop),11. Dead Souls (peter/nin) (orig. joy division),12. Twenty Four Hours (peter/nin) (orig. joy division),13. Warsaw (peter/nin) (orig. joy division),14. Atmosphere (peter/nin) (orig. joy division), 15. The Day The Whole World Went Away (NIN acoustic), 16. Hurt (NIN acoustic)

I don't listen to the bootlegs because I prefer listening to the official releases but I made this exception for NIN. I had this feeling the bootleg may be an interesting one because features Peter Murphy, whose Bauhaus band Trent mentioned as his influence a few times in the interviews. Nine Inch Nails Feat. Bauhaus - Where Darkness Doubles, Where Light Pours In was released in 2006 r., contains 16 tracks - reinterpretations of songs original by NIN and Bauhaus but also Joy Division's and Iggy Pop's. There is also TV On The Radio featuring those shows, which happened during an American tour of NIN and Bauhaus in June 2006 (Washington DC, Boston, Chicago and Atlanta) but the CD includes their two other appearances on Chicago acoustic show (April 2007) as well.

I loved the way Murphy performed NIN songs with his gloomy voice. Songs like Head Like A Hole, Hurt or Reptile sound awesome in Murphy's reinterpretations. Reznor came out spectacular in Sanity Assassin singing along with Murphy, because the whole song originally by Bauhaus contains a factor of madness. Those two guys too I guess. I like when Reznor was singing Bela Lugosi's Dead and Warm Leatherette, a song recorded by The Normal but was covered by a few other artists in later years like Iggy Pop or Grace Jones. Similar to Night Clubbing. I've heard this song initially in an electronic 80's band Human League cover but the original belongs to Iggy Pop mentioned above. Both Reznor and Murphy state Pop had an impact on their music so I'm not surprised they decided to perform the track together.

Dead Souls it's NIN song but telling the truth it sounds way better when sang by Murphy, as if it was recorded by Bauhaus years ago. Reznor has been inspired not only by Bauhaus but Joy Division as well. Reinterpretations of Joy Division tracks like Warsaw and 24 Hours appear on the bootleg, but Murphy himself had this pleasure to be in Bauhaus before Ian Curtis of Joy Division committed a suicide.

Where Darkness Doubles... is a collector's CD, surely worth of having. Too me not only NIN fans should listen to it but also Bauhaus' passionates should pay attention to the CD.

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

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