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Genre: Electronic / Rock
Performer: Nine Inch Nails
Title: The Slip
Style: Alternative Rock, Ambient
Date of release: 2008
Country: US
MP3 album size: 1824 mb
FLAC album size: 1696 mb
Digital formats: DXD MP4 XM TTA DMF FLAC AIFF

Организация на Яндекс.

It was their second release in 2008, following their sixth album Ghosts I-IV, released four months prior. The album was produced by frontman Trent Reznor with collaborators Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder. Although originally intended to be an extended play, the project was later expanded into a full length album

00:00 999,999 01:25 1,000,000 05:21 Letting You 09:10 Discipline 13:29 Echoplex 18:15 Head Down 23:10 Lights in the Sky 26:40 Corona Radiata 34:13 The Four of Us Are Dying 38:51 Demon Seed This album was released under a Creative Commons license (BY-NC-SA). Letting You. Исполнитель. Авторы текста и музыки. Audiam (Label) (от лица компании "The Null Corporation"); LatinAutor, Kobalt Music Publishing, AMRA" и другие авторские общества (4). Композиция.

Released July 22, 2008. The Slip (also known as Halo 27) is the eighth studio album from Nine Inch Nails. It was released as a free download on May 5, 2008, a CD/DVD package on July 22, 2008 and a vinyl on August 4th, 2008. While Trent Reznor is known for laboring over his music for years at a time, The Slip was written and recorded in just three weeks. The official full multitracks of each song for The Slip can be found on Ninremixes.

More information: ww. reativecommons. 코드 및 기타 식별자. Rights Society: ASCAP. 도. HALO 27. Nine Inch Nails. The Slip ‎(10xFile, MP3, Album, VBR). The Null Corporation.

Consider the new math after The Slip hit hard drives as a free download last Monday: over the last three years, Trent Reznor's released as many full-length records of new material (four) as he did during the first decade of his recorded existence. At just under 44 minutes, The Slip is Reznor's shortest full-length since Machine, and it indexes many of his most appealing qualities as a songwriter and album sequencer. His former label Interscope still retains the rights to issue a Nine Inch Nails greatest-hits set, but The Slip plays like Reznor's own minor retrospective, fleshed out with plenty of present-day ruminations.

Nine Inch Nails has also contributed to numerous film soundtracks as well as the soundtrack to the video game Quake. Initial ambitions for Nine Inch Nails in 1988 were to release one 12-inch single on a small European label.

Band Name Nine Inch Nails. Released date 05 May 2008. Labels XIII Bis Records Null Corporation. Members owning this album91.

The Slip (also known as Halo 27) is the eighth studio album from Nine Inch Nails. When playing the MP3 files in an MP3 player a different piece of artwork is displayed for each song, as was the case with Ghosts I–IV.

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. The album peaked at position 13 on the Billboard 200 for 2008.

One of Nine Inch Nails, best album has gitty punk vibe to it. Kind of in the same tone as "Pretty Hate Machine. If you have listened to Nine Inch Nails in the past, well, you should listen now more. Trent has assaulted his own standards of music with an even fresher sound and an more aggressive talent. Whether its the blood pumping track 1,000,000 or the politically charged Letting you, or the thumping beat of Discipline - you'll be happy you purchased the album. All of the talent on this album are in his concerts, and after having pit tickets to his August 2008 Dallas show I can say without a doubt they are skilled. Live, on album, or in video on this disc - you will not be disappointed


999,999 1:25
1,000,000 3:56
Letting You 3:49
Discipline 4:19
Echoplex 4:45
Head Down 4:55
Lights In The Sky 3:29
Corona Radiata 7:33
The Four Of Us Are Dying 4:37
Demon Seed 4:59


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HALO 27 Nine Inch Nails The Slip ‎(10xFile, MP3, Album, VBR) The Null Corporation HALO 27 US 2008
HALO 27 Nine Inch Nails The Slip ‎(10xFile, FLAC, 24b) The Null Corporation HALO 27 2008
HALO 27 Nine Inch Nails The Slip ‎(10xFile, WAV, Album, 24b) The Null Corporation HALO 27 US 2008
Halo 27 CD-LE, HSE-60011 Nine Inch Nails The Slip ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V, NTSC + Ltd) The Null Corporation Halo 27 CD-LE, HSE-60011 Japan 2008
HALO 27 CD-LE Nine Inch Nails The Slip ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V, NTSC + Ltd, Num) The Null Corporation HALO 27 CD-LE US 2008
HALO 27 CD-LE Nine Inch Nails The Slip ‎(CD, Album, M/Print + DVD-V, NTSC + Ltd, Num) The Null Corporation HALO 27 CD-LE US 2008
HSE-60008 Nine Inch Nails The Slip ‎(CD, Album, Promo) The Null Corporation, Hostess Entertainment Unlimited HSE-60008 Japan 2008
HSE-60011 Nine Inch Nails The Slip ‎(CD, Album, Promo) The Null Corporation, Hostess Entertainment Unlimited HSE-60011 Japan 2008
none Nine Inch Nails The Slip ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Shock none Australia 2008
Halo 27 CD-LE Nine Inch Nails The Slip ‎(CD, Album, Promo + DVD-V, NTSC + Ltd) The Null Corporation Halo 27 CD-LE US 2008
none Nine Inch Nails The Slip ‎(Cass, Album, Promo, Unofficial) Not On Label (Nine Inch Nails) none Indonesia 2008
HALO 27 V Nine Inch Nails The Slip ‎(LP, Album, 180) The Null Corporation HALO 27 V US 2008
HALO 27 CD-LE Nine Inch Nails The Slip ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (Nine Inch Nails) HALO 27 CD-LE Russia Unknown

Comments to album Nine Inch Nails - The Slip
Grunge + Emo fucked and had an industrial baby. This could be on repeat for hours and won't get old.
I have #18,817. I bought it brand new. I have the vinyl as well.
#1,924 reporting B) previous owner messed up the packaging a fair bit, but still glad to own it
144,854/250,000Glad to report! Excellent packaging and design, well worth the money.
in waiting
45,795 and then some other non-number related words that help me to reach the necessary numbers.
I'm the owner of #25,036; I bought it brand new in 2008.
owner of copy # 89,34, CD / DVD, also ghost 31 is demon seed demo? confirmed or not?
Owner of copy # 169,668. It seems I'm almost the highest one.
I got mine just now, kinda late on the game, so mine is #193,244.Still, happy to have it.
17,538 here! Looking for some other numbers close to mine
And as it was foretold, that after almost a year, I finally responded to this reply.Possibly. Maybe they're waiting, biding their time...
14,625 ;) Pretty damn close I guess. Maybe someone has a smaller number, somewhere..
#89,096 reporting in for duty ;-)I didn't know this was numbered until just now, haha
Currently giving this my first listen thru after recently picked up a sealed copy.The sound is interesting. There are some real pounders, tracks with a great bass line and good punch like Head Down. The A Side is good, but neither 1,000,000, Discipline or Echoplex really match the punch of Head Down.Not picking up a lot of surface noise, just the occasional pop. No real complaints from me here. Although the noise does start to kick in a fair bit Lights in the Sky.We know Trent doesn't record like this, but I've always sort of thought of this album as the closest he gets to a live band recording. The mix and the mastering really reflects that. Some are a bit light on the low end, others punch like we expect NIN to.
Owner of copy number 86.097 reporting in. I'm glad I have this deluxe copy. Thank you Reznor.
Owner of CD # 112,785 reporting in . . .
I just managed to get hold of a new, sealed copy. I had very low expectations based on these comments.However, quiet as the pressing may be, the overall quality is ok in my opinion. I find vinyl form the 2000s to have a slightly flat sound and 'Year Zero' and 'The Slip' match in that respect.In summary though, once the bass kicks in results are quite rewarding for me personally. Especially on 'Disipline', 'Head Down', 'The Four Of Us Are Dying' and 'Demon Seed'. I also found 'Lights In The Sky' and 'Carona Radiata' both sounded OK considering how quiet they are. All-in-all if you find a cheap copy it is worth it in my humble opinion...
Owner of # 61,006
Owner of #68,734.
This album was my first experience in hearing non-fill. Pretty bummed many of the NIN releases are not pressed with care considering they command such high prices and limited availability.
Very quiet and disappointing for an album that is supposed to be so loud, yet it is the only vinyl version out there...
This pressing is super quiet and the B side is horribly noisy. What a shame, it's one of my favorite albums...
Disappointed by the enormous surface noise. I'm glad Trent is not pressing his discs anymore and letting Columbia do them. It seems that all his "Null" albums have some issues...
Owner of # 91,584
Enjoyed It on vinyl, just not the best vinyl release.
The pressing of this record is god awful, especially the B side. There is virtually no signal at all and it is also very crackly and slightly warped.... How bad does it get?
re: alternating_bit... There is no "filler" on The Fragile. At worst it's lyrically immature but there is not a scrap of bad music on there. Maybe instrumentals aren't to your taste but I find it to be one of only two "perfect" NIN albums (the other being The Downward Spiral, of course). Since then he's simply not put the same amount of effort into the soundscaping aspects that made TF in particular so brilliant and, also, everything post-2005 has a far more commercial sound to it (with the exception of his fantastic Ghosts album).edit: I guess I should comment on The Slip as well, seeing as this is on that page... As a long-term NIN fan, I feel this is a severe disappointment. The songs are half-baked and the entire thing has a rushed feel to it (which is understandable; TR claimed he wrote the album in two weeks and recorded it in a month) and it displays none of his usual genius for sound design (even With Teeth - which is a pretty bad record - had some brilliant sound design). The second side is a little darker and more textural and thus slightly more interesting than the extremely obvious rock styled songs on the first side but it still has little substance. No newcomer to NIN should listen to this album until they have thoroughly digested the back catalog.
You people must be obsessive about the smallest details. With Teeth was fine and although the Slip isn't as good as The Fragile or the Downward Spiral, it's still pretty damn good.
I cannot read realmdemagic's review and not comment. For one, I must say he/she has written a profound and all-encompassing review of NIN's material, and I slaute that. I also find the descriptions of the last four albums quite accurate, however to state that The Fragile is NIN's greates work is, I think, a huge mistake. When it comes to music, everyone will have an opinion, of course, but I think that if a poll was taken that the highest scoring (and best selling I may add) album by NIN is The Downward Spiral. In fact, though my personal favorite NIN album is Pretty Hate Machine, The Downward Spiral was much more ground breaking than The Fragile was. To me The Fragile would have been a much better album as one CD and not two, which feels like a lot of 'filler' material was added. And though going from Pretty Hate to Broken was a greater contrast, Downward Spiral still brought to the table a whole new experience in emotion and sound that Reznor has never since recaptured. I am spending way too much time in this section writing about someone else's viewpoint, and not even about the album The Slip, and I apologize for that. As far as The Slip goes, I think it is a decent album. Between the time of With Teeth and The Slip, Year Zero is my favorite, with The Slip coming in a close second. Indeed Reznor has not reinvented anything with these albums, but for die hard fans, "more of the same" never is bad in my opinion.
its kind of like a oven baked supermarket pizza.
The Slip is the eighth proper studio release for NIN. The music here resembles types of songs from With Teeth, Year Zero and Ghosts. So in that sense, it is a bit disappointing. Reznor is generally known for taking big steps forward. Although he is alienating some older fans and gaining new ones, he is always ensuring NIN's longevity. The Slip is a very good record. I would say it is the worst of the bunch, but still worthy. Let's take a look at the progressions of NIN. -Pretty Hate Machine (Synth Pop meets Industrial. This one gains high recognition and even more so after the release of the The Downward Sprial) -Broken (From Synth to Metal...Ministry anyone? This is the start of the heavy sound of NIN) -The Downward Spiral (Again, completely new territory. The hook was closer, the rest was an exciting, yet dark musical experience) -The Fragile (Reznor's best work. Taking the techniques of the TDS to the next level, Reznor displays both the past and future sound of NIN. If there is one definitive record to tell you what NIN sounds like, this would be it.) -Still (Although same may claim it is a companion or a live piece, it actually contains several new tracks and a few great reworkings, make it an album on its own. This is all ballads and piano pieces. Reznor has planned this one for years and always described "making an album for a rainy day") -With Teeth (A step backwards in my opinion. The songs here are more stripped down, but really don't give us anything new musical wise. These tracks also sound like a radio version of NIN, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. This even has some of Reznor's best songs, which makes this a very noteworthy album.) -Year Zero (Great concept and an exciting new direction. No slow songs here, which is a bummer. Great release though.) -Ghosts (Well, here are all those slow songs you wanted! NIN's first instrumental and highly experimental album to date. Also one of his best. This really is "music for daydreams") -The Slip (This is more on lines of With Teeth. A step back and not forward. But I understand that even Reznor needs a break from being epic every once in a while. These songs sound more like outtakes from the last three albums, which one should question. It generally doesn't take Mr. Reznor just a few weeks to complete a new album. The songs are good, especially the ballad and instrumentals. Demon Speed is a completely new type of song for Reznor. I will be buying the CD version when it comes out)
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