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Nine Inch Nails To Release First Live Album



Trent Reznor will offer fans who have yet to see Nine Inch Nails live, a glimpse at just how hard the industrial pioneers can kick out the jams. On December 4, the band will release Nine Inch Nails Live: And All That Could Have Been, the groupís first live album. A milestone in the groups illustrious career, Live was recorded during last years Fragility v2.0 tour, and features such favorites as "Head Like a Hole," "Closer" and "Starf*@#ers, Inc." A separate home video of concert footage, issued on VHS and DVD, will also be released. The DVD version will feature spectacular 5.1 digital surround sound and will allow users to view the on-stage action from multiple camera angles and look at still photos, among other special highlights. A limited-edition version of he LP will include a bonus disc of alternate takes of select songs, as well as some new, undisclosed material.

Album Track list:

* "Terrible Lie"

* "Sin"

* "March of the Pigs"

* "Piggy"

* "The Frail"

* "The Wretched"

* "Gave Up"

* "The Great Below"

* "The Mark Has Been Made"

* "Wish"

* "Suck"

* "Closer"

* "Head Like a Hole"

* "The Day the World Went Away"

* "Starf---ers, Inc."

* "Hurt"

DVD/VHS Track list:

* "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---ers, Inc."

* "Hurt"




Source: MTV.com

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Nine Inch Nails To Release First Live Album