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Nine Inch Nails: And All that Could Have Been
     

Nine Inch Nails: And All that Could Have Been

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Fans will be thrilled with the release of a two-disc Nine Inch Nails: And All That Could Have Been set. The video image is presented in 1.33:1 full frame and appears very sharp and clear. No defects (including grain, dirt, or edge enhancement) are present during the feature's run time, and black levels and colors all appear to be very clear and even. The

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Fans will be thrilled with the release of a two-disc Nine Inch Nails: And All That Could Have Been set. The video image is presented in 1.33:1 full frame and appears very sharp and clear. No defects (including grain, dirt, or edge enhancement) are present during the feature's run time, and black levels and colors all appear to be very clear and even. The soundtrack is presented in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround and offers an excellent use of directional effects and aggressive Surround sounds. With hiss and distortion completely absent, this 5.1 mix should please anyone in possession of a Surround sound home theater. No alternate subtitles are available on this disc. The extras are fairly thin -- starting off the disc is an audio commentary by video artist Bill Viola which should give fans some extra added insight into the making of the feature. Also included on this set is a still gallery with over 300 images and a multi-angle feature which allows fans to flip from one view to another.

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Barnes & Noble - Candy Santiago
As the man who put industrial music on the pop map, nine inch nails mastermind Trent Reznor has few peers when it comes to conjuring the darkest sides and sounds. Creatively restless, he progressed from his synth-damaged debut, Pretty Hate Machine, through Broken, a metallic blast of anger, to his varied and disturbing masterwork The Downward Spiral and the underrated, finely detailed sprawl of The Fragile. Interestingly, NIN's studio-crafted perfection has always blossomed fully in live performance. But And All That Could Have Been proves beyond a doubt the band's astounding live capabilities, its sweat-soaked energy coupling with the work of renowned video artist Bill Viola, whose astonishing experimental loops are projected onto multiple screens. Digitally recorded during various stops on the "Fragility v2.0" tour, And All That Could Have Been sports 18 songs from across NIN's body of work. Hits like the anthemic "Head like a Hole" and the controversial "Closer" are included, as are fan favorites such as "Wish" and "Hurt." The show is lease-threatening, but -- as is always the case with Reznor -- the sonic blast is a rich tapestry as opposed to a mindless din. DVD viewers can choose from multiple camera angles and activate the thoughtful audio commentary track, wherein Viola and others discuss the craft behind the tour, which Rolling Stone magazine readers picked as 2000's best. Tracks are as follows:
  • Terrible Lie
  • Sin
  • March of the Pigs
  • Piggy
  • The Frail
  • The Wretched
  • Gave Up
  • La Mer
  • The Great Below
  • The Mark Has Been Made
  • Wish
  • Complication
  • Suck
  • Closer
  • Head like a Hole
  • Just Like You Imagined
  • Starf*ckers, Inc.
  • Hurt
  • Product Details

    Release Date:
    01/22/2002
    UPC:
    0044006096599
    Original Release:
    2001
    Rating:
    NR
    Source:
    Nothing
    Sound:
    [Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]

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    Disc #1 -- Nine Inch Nails: And All That Could Have Been - Live
    1. Terrible Lie [1:02]
    2. Sin [5:06]
    3. March of the Pigs [4:15]
    4. Piggy [4:07]
    5. The Frail [4:57]
    6. The Wretched [1:45]
    7. Gave Up [5:33]
    8. La Mer [4:25]
    9. The Great Below [4:45]
    10. The Mark Has Been Made [4:45]
    11. Wish [5:07]
    12. Complication [5:07]
    Disc #2 -- Nine Inch Nails: And All That Could Have Been - Live
    1. Suck [4:10]
    2. Closer [6:07]
    3. Head Like a Hole [5:51]
    4. Just Like You Imagined [3:52]
    5. Starfuckers, Inc. [5:42]
    6. Hurt [4:30]

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    Nine Inch Nails: And All that Could Have Been 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
    Guest More than 1 year ago
    This DVD is an excellent reminder of why Nine Inch Nails has been so groundbreaking. This is worth every cent of the price! If you've ever been to a NIN show, this will put you right back there, especially if you saw Trent on the tour for the Fragile. Watching it onscreen, you will be able to see alot of the cool lighting or stage effects that you may not have been able to see at the show. If you have never been to a Nails show....YOU MUST HAVE THIS! It's not quite the same as being there...but it's damn close. Especially if you have surround sound. There are also hidden tracks on the DVD that includes a performance with Marilyn Manson at Madison Square Garden. I won't go into how to find those here, but if you buy this, check out any of the NIN newsgroups or websites and you should be able to find the secret codes to get to them there. The only reason I gave this 4 instead of 5 stars is because there was no backstage stuff and no interviews. Still, an incredible dvd!
    Guest More than 1 year ago
    I would like to start off by letting you know that nine inch nails gave me hope in life,because i never knew there was anyone out there more deppressed than me back than(1992).this DVD is so cool.i'm blown away by the quality of this disk.you definently need the whole system for this one.the surround (5.1 or DTS) sound is so percise,perfect.even though i gave this a 5 star rating i'm sad that the music videos were not included,maybe when they release the ''CLOSURE'' on DVD.thanks trent.
    Anonymous More than 1 year ago