Ghosts I-IV

Ghosts I-IV

by Nine Inch Nails

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Product Details

Release Date: 04/08/2008
Label: The Null Corporation
UPC: 0766929908628
catalogNumber: 26
Rank: 9342

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Nine Inch Nails   Primary Artist
Adrian Belew   Guitar,Marimbas,electronics,Guest Appearance
Trent Reznor   Track Performer
Brian Viglione   Drums,Guest Appearance
Alessandro Cortini   Dulcimer,Bass,Guitar,electronics,Guest Appearance

Technical Credits

Adrian Belew   Composer
Alan Moulder   Producer,Engineer
Trent Reznor   Composer,Producer,Art Direction
Atticus Ross   Arranger,Composer,Programming,Producer
Rob Sheridan   Art Direction
Brian Viglione   Composer
Alessandro Cortini   Composer

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Ghosts I-IV 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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I've been a NIN fan for 15 years now. One of the big reasons I love NIN so much is Trent Reznor's unique voice. I love the music, of course, but no matter how angry and impersonal the music gets, his voice holds everything down and gives the music power that would not be there without it. Ghosts is beautiful at times, slightly off-putting and difficult to muster up enthusiasm for. I was stunned at the way it was dropped on NIN fans overnight, which is a different story in and of itself. Overall, Ghosts is mood music. It's not meant to be listened to as carefully as the other NIN albums. Although you can feel Reznor's presence in each and every piano and drum beat, I really miss his voice.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of Nine Inch Nails, best album to date, Trent and Co. are on a role with, this album, a must have for any NIN, another, great double cd.