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The Slip by Nine Inch Nails

Album Description

Released:May 5th, 2008
Recorded:April 8th, 2008
Producer: Trent Reznor w/ Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder

The Slip is the seventh album by American industrial rock act Nine Inch Nails. The album was released free of cost on May 5, 2008 via digital download on the official Nine Inch Nails website. The album was produced by Trent Reznor alongside Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder. The album features vocals and traditional song structures, unlike its 2008 instrumental predecessor Ghosts I–IV. Like that album, though, The Slip was made available without any prior notice or advertisement. The album peaked at position 13 on the Billboard 200 for 2008. -via Wikipedia 4/14/2009

  1. 999,999
  2. 1,000,000
  3. letting you
  4. discipline
  5. echoplex
  6. head down
  7. lights in the sky
  8. corona radiata
  9. the four of us are dying
  10. demon seed

length: 43:45

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The Slip
01. 999,999 (01:25)
02. 1,000,000 (03:56)
03. Letting You (03:49)
04. Discipline (04:19)
05. Echoplex (04:45)
06. Head Down (04:55)
08. Corona Radiata (07:33)
10. Demon Seed (04:59)
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shonart on 09/10/18 at 05:41PM
One of my favorite Nine Inch Nails albums. Trent coming to grips with the way things are going and speaking my mind without me saying a thing. Head Down is one of his best tracks to date. Watching him play the song with live musicians always seals the deal. No matter who you play with Trent, I'll always know you're the master of Marilyn, you gave Filter their lift off, and gave Ramirez back his pride. You, Mark Oliver Everett, Bjork and Thom Yorke remain the only musicians i can honestly say retain your sound with the help of no other musicians. You're a leviathon, nephalem, and a genius. You make my sad work for me, not against me. Thank You. -
_Sean Christian Hart
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