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Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine Album

Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine Album
Title:
Pretty Hate Machine
Performer:
Nine Inch Nails
Style:
Industrial, Synth-pop
Released:
2011
Catalog:
BMC 2611
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
2522 mb
FLAC album size:
1165 mb
Genre:
Label:
The Bicycle Music Company

Tracklist


1Sin4:06
2Kinda I want To4:33
3Something I Can Never Have5:54
4Head Like A Hole4:59
5The Only Time4:47
6Ringfinger5:45
7Sanctified
Guitar – Richard Patrick
5:48
8Down In It3:46
9That's What I get4:30
10Terrible Lie4:38


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TVT 2610-1, TVT 2610Nine Inch Nails Pretty Hate Machine ‎(LP, Album)TVT Records, TVT RecordsTVT 2610-1, TVT 2610US1989
ICT 9973, 848 358-4Nine Inch Nails Pretty Hate Machine ‎(Cass, Album, Cle)Island Records, TVT RecordsICT 9973, 848 358-4UK1989
B0015099-02Nine Inch Nails Pretty Hate Machine ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)UMeB0015099-02US2010
AMCY-345Nine Inch Nails Pretty Hate Machine ‎(CD, Album, Promo)TVT Records, Interscope Records, AtlanticAMCY-345Japan1992
UICY-91219, Nine Inch Nails Pretty Hate Machine ‎(CD, Album, RE, SHM)Interscope Records, TVT Records, Universal InternationalUICY-91219, Japan2008


Credits


  • Edited By [Digital Editing And Continuity]Chris Vrenna, Trent Reznor
  • ManagementJ Artist Management
  • Management [For J Artist Management]John A. Malm, Jr.
  • Mastered ByTony Dawsey
  • Mixed By [Mix]Adrian Sherwood (tracks: 3), John Fryer (tracks: 2, 4 to 6, 8, 10), Keith LeBlanc (tracks: 1, 6, 7, 9), Trent Reznor (tracks: 2, 6, 7, 10)
  • Photography By [Portrait Photography]Jeffrey Silverthorne
  • Producer [Production]Adrian Sherwood (tracks: 3), Flood (tracks: 1, 2), John Fryer (tracks: 4 to 10), Keith LeBlanc (tracks: 3, 9), Trent Reznor (tracks: 1 to 7, 9, 10)
  • SleeveGary Talpas
  • Synthesizer [Additional Programming]Flood, Tim Niemi
  • Written-By, Arranged By, Programmed By, Performer, Band [Nine Inch Nails Is]Trent Reznor
  • Edited By [Digital Editing And Continuity]Chris Vrenna
  • Mastered ByTony Dawsey
  • Mastered By [Vinyl]WG
  • Mixed By [Mix]John Fryer (tracks: A2, A4 to B1, B3, B5), Keith LeBlanc (tracks: A1, B1, B2, B4), Trent Reznor (tracks: A2, B1, B2, B5)
  • Photography By [Portrait Photography]Jeffrey Silverthorne
  • Producer [Production]John Fryer (tracks: A4 to B5), Trent Reznor (tracks: A1 to B2, B4, B5)
  • Programmed By [Additional Synth Programming]Flood, Tim Niemi
  • SleeveGary Talpas
  • Written-By, Performer, Arranged By, Programmed By, Edited By [Digital Editing And Continuity]Trent Reznor
  • Co-producerAdrian Sherwood, Flood, John Fryer, Keith LeBlanc
  • Mastered ByTony Dawsey
  • Photography ByJeffrey Silverthorne
  • ProducerTrent Reznor
  • SleeveGary Talpas
  • Written By – Trent Reznor


Notes


This release has a UMe jacket and a Bicycle Music Company label.Thank you: Bart Koster (The Right Track), Mike Shea, Michael S. Toorock, Roz Earls, Seb Shelton, Bryan Grant, Larry Bole, Alison Fryer, Michelle de Frasia, Gerry Gerrard, Martin Horne, Sioux Zimmerman, Paul Conelly, Ron Musarra, Steve Woolard, Mark Jowett and all at Nettwerk, Howie Klein, Preston Sullivan/Carlysle, Kevin Donoghue/Native, Frederic Walheer/Sub Rosa.

Kicking ass way beyond the call of duty.
Ideas and sounds with all due respect. Clive Barker, Jane's Addiction, Prince, Public Enemy, This Mortal Coil, Success (Screaming Trees U.K.) Various Unknown Others.

℗© 1989, 2011 AF Circle Fund, LLC, Under exclusive license to Universal Music Enterprises, A Division of UMG Recordings, Inc., 220 Colorado Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90404. Distributed by Universal Music Distribution. All rights reserved.

Release includes insert with lyrics.This Argentine edition manufactured by Laser Disc Argentina dates to approximately 2008-09.

Mastered at Masterdisk, NYC.
Studios: The Right Track (Cleveland), Blackwing (London), Unique (New York), Synchro Sound (Boston), Roundhouse (London).

Thank you: Bart Koster (The Right Track), Mike Shea, Michael S. Toorock, Roz Earls, Seb Shelton, Bryan Grant, Larry Bole, Alison Fryer, Michelle de Frasia, Gerry Gerrard, Martin Horne, Sioux Zimmerman, Paul Conelly, Ron Musarra, Steve Woolard, Mark Jowett and all at Nettwek, Howie Klein, Preston Sullivan/Carlysle, Kevin Donoghue/Native, Frederic Walheer/Sub Rosa.
Special Thanks: All at TVT Records, James Dowdall and everybody at Island.
Kicking Ass way beyond the call of duty: John A. Malm, Jr.
Ideas and sounds (with all due respect): Clive Barker, Jane's Addiction, Prince, Public Enemy, This Mortal Coil, Success (Screaming Trees U.K.), various unknown others.

Lyrics reproduced by kind permission of MCA Music Ltd.

Sleeve for Föhn Design.

Halo two.

Typos on back art include Trent Rezbor & John Fruyer


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 6 02527 74992 1
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side runout): B001 5767-01-A WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side runout): B001 5767-01-B WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Other (NIN intern release number, printed on disk cover): HALO-02-V
  • Barcode (Scan): 042284835824
  • Barcode: 0 42284 83582 4
  • Matrix / Runout: 48315 - L.D.A. - INDUSTRIA ARGENTINA - UNIVERSAL - 8483582
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L701
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1R09
  • Rights Society: SADAIC-BIEM-AADI-CAPIF
  • Barcode: 602527749921
  • Matrix / Runout: B0015767-01-A6
  • Matrix / Runout: B0015767-01-B2
  • Matrix / Runout: WG/NRP


Companies


  • Record Company – USM
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Universal Music Argentina S.A.
  • Copyright (c) – Universal Music Argentina S.A.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – TVT Records
  • Copyright (c) – TVT Records
  • Licensed To – Island Records Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – Universal Music Argentina S.A.
  • Distributed By – Universal Music Argentina S.A.
  • Pressed By – Laser Disc Argentina – 48315
  • Produced At – Right Track Studios, Cleveland
  • Produced At – Blackwing Studios
  • Produced At – Unique Recording
  • Produced At – Synchro Sound Studios
  • Produced At – Roundhouse Studios
  • Mastered At – Masterdisk
  • Published By – MCA Music Ltd.
  • Designed At – Föhn Design
  • Recorded At – Right Track Studios, Cleveland
  • Recorded At – Blackwing Studios
  • Recorded At – Unique Recording
  • Recorded At – Synchro Sound Studios
  • Recorded At – Roundhouse Studios
  • Mastered At – Nashville Record Productions
  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing
  • Designed At – Föhn Design
  • Licensed To – Universal Music Enterprises
  • Distributed By – Universal Music Distribution
  • Record Company – UMG Recordings, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – AF Circle C Fund, LLC
  • Copyright (c) – AF Circle C Fund, LLC
  • Record Company – UMe – B0015767-01


Album


Pretty Hate Machine was always an excellent record. Production of the record was handled by NIN frontman Trent Reznor and English producer Flood, among other contributors. The album spawned three singles, the most successful being Hea. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Nin Pretty Hate Machine Full AlbumYouTube. Lyrically, it's an exquisite album that later NIN albums just never seemed to match. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Virtually ignored upon its 1989 release, Pretty Hate Machine gradually became a word-of-mouth cult favorite despite frequent critical bashings, its stature and historical importance only grew in hindsight. In addition to its stealthy rise to prominence, part of the album's legend was that budding auteur Trent Reznor took advantage of his low-level job at a Cleveland studio to begin recording it. In 2010 the album was re-released as HALO 2R, with new artwork and the bonus song Get Down, Make Love , a Queen cover song that was originally released on Halo 4. Alternative 1989. Nine Inch Nails - VEVO Presents: Nine Inch Nails Tension 2013 - Продолжительность: 1:17:08 Nine Inch Nails 4 571 218. The first single off of the album, Down In It, was released on September 27, 1989. More by Nine Inch Nails. easily one of the most moving and haunting NIN songs ever written. Nine Inch Nails - Down In It. Pretty Hate Machine. Album 1989 10 Songs. Nine Inch Nails - That's What I Get. 11 Songs. It was immensely successful, and was one of the first independent records to achieve RIAA platinum status. Nine Inch Nails - Head Like A Hole. Pretty Hate Machine, the first Nine Inch Nails album, was released on 18 October 1989, as Halo 2 and featured three singles: Halo 1: Down in It. Rykodisc re-released the album around the world in 2005. The album was out of print from around 1997 to 2005 due to the much publicized falling out between Nine Inch Nails' core member, Trent Reznor, and the original publishing label of the album, TVT Records. Pretty Hate Machine Q&A. The biggest pr. Down In It 3:46. Nine Inch Nails. The album consists of reworked tracks from the Purest Feeling demo tape, as well as songs composed after its original recording. Other Versions. Nin Pretty Hate Machine Full Album. 2610-2, TVT 2610. TVT Records, TVT Records, TVT Records. With Teeth. NIN - The Downward Spiral Expanded in album Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine 1989. Nine Inch Nails - Kinda I Want To. Mechanic Animal. Halo 4: Sin. Head Like A Hole 4:59. Pretty Hate Machine also known as Halo 2 is the first studio album by Nine Inch Nails, released on October 20, 1989 by TVT Records and was a huge success. The album was out of print from around 1997 to 2005 due to the much publicized falling out between Nine Inch Nails' core member, Trent Reznor, and the original publishing label of the album, TVT Records. Pretty Hate Machine Remastered. Pretty Hate Machine is the debut studio album by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, released by TVT Records on October 20, 1989. It received radio airplay for the aforementioned single as well as subsequent singles Head Like A Hole and Sin. This album features a more synth-heavy sound than the follow-up albums Broken and The Downward Spiral had. It was released on October 20, 1989 by TVT Records in the US, and on October 12, 1991 in the UK, and was a huge success. Nine Inch Nails - Something I Can Never Have. Nine Inch Nails - The Only Time. For proof, one just needs to listen to Something I Can Never Have. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Nine Inch Nails. Pretty Hate Machine is compiled of tracks from the Purest Feeling demo, as well as tracks recorded after the Purest Feeling recording. Продать эту версию. So much of what Nine Inch Nails would become is evident in this album. Halo 3: Head Like a Hole. Nine Inch Nails - Sanctified. Tvt 2610-2, 2610-2, tvt 2610. Pretty Hate Machine CD, Album. The former also serves as a companion remix album of sorts to Pretty Hate Machine. Pretty Hate Machine - Nine Inch Nails. Reznor had a background in synth-pop, and the vast majority of Pretty Hate Machine was electronic. Nine Inch Nails - Sin. Nine Inch Nails - Terrible Lie. Pretty Hate Machine also known as Halo 2 is the first studio album by Nine Inch Nails. In addition to its stealthy rise to prominence, part of the album's legend was that budding auteur Trent Reznor took advantage of his low-level job at a Cleveland studio to begin recording it. Pretty Hate Machine is the debut album by American industrial rock act Nine Inch Nails, released October 20, 1989, on TVT Records. Terrible Lie 4:38. The album also includes the classic singles, Head Like a Hole, Down In It and Sin


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Reviews:
  • Rrinel
This record sound great! It is a very clean pressing. Not get any distortion or skipping.
  • Topmen
My pressing sounds fantastic, nice and loud but not a lot of surface noises not even on Something I Can Never Have. Skipped once but I cleaned it and it was gone. Only complaint is that the bass isn't as loud as it should be. Otherwise.. if you find this cheap.. take the chance.
  • Togar
My copy sounds great. There are no skips in any track.
  • Yozshujinn
Mine too. I bought the UMe pressing (not Bicycle) unopened and opened it myself; there is not a single scratch or skip. I haven't compared with my OG cassette (which is how I listened to this record almost daily for several years) to confirm any recording issues with this pressing, but it sounds great to me. The recording sounds good but as is typical of that era of industrial/dance, the production on the bass frequencies lacks the punch we've grown used to after 2 decades of hip-hop and techno.
  • Yggfyn
I'm having the exact same problems as everyone else with the UMe pressing. "Head Like a Hole" skips during every chorus which is a real shame since that's one of the best songs on the album IMO. I don't have much in the way of a high-end audiophile vinyl setup at all, but the overall sound is just not as good compared to my old CD version in several ways.There seems to be something a little off with the pitch and the speed, some people have said that a lot of these were pressed off-center so that might be the cause. Also, it seems like the bass is almost entirely nonexistant in several key places such as the beginning of "Sanctified" and a lot of "Terrrible Lie".All in all, I'd say this pressing is a waste of money which is a damn shame considering what a cool album this is. I'll be returning this ASAP.
  • Via
Get a cheap test record like: https://www.discogs.com/No-Artist-The-V15-Type-V-Shure-Audio-Obstacle-Course/release/3063721Make sure it passes the anti-skating tests.
  • Bloodhammer
So. I bought 3 copies of this version and I have some infos :1. UMe version with the B side skipping a lot on every track. I returned it.2. UMe version with Head Like a Hole skipping about 20 times. After a lot of scratching on the problem areas, i "cleaned" the skipping problem on a lot of parts, but 3 skippings (1 looped) remained. I returned it.3. Bicycle version. Yes there is another version with the same barcode. there is a bicycle logo instead of UMe on the back of the sleeve. This press is heavier (obviously 180g). And the sound is better. No skipping problem at all. But there is another problem (this press can't be perfect...) "Something I can never have" has a poor sound, some distorsion on the voice (some "s" words) and loud parts.In conclusion, if you want to buy this version, go for the Bicycle logo not the UMe one. But it is not a perfect version for this album. It's just a cheap one (10€ for me, worth the price).
  • Bukelv
dirty_epic_2501"Something I can never have" has a poor sound, some distorsion on the voice (some "s" words) and loud parts.That's probably just your setup mistracking? Should check your cartridge alignment, tracking force, etc.But yeah regardless it doesn't seem like this is a great pressing
  • TheFresh
Well, someone apparently heard me and added it to the database the same day, haha.
  • Hugifyn
Hi there, bought this Bicycle copie recently for 10€, just like you. It's indeed not perfect but it's okay for that price. Sound is taken from the remastered edition if i'm correct (which is really a bad remaster ...). Are you sure the Bicycle version is from the same year as this one ? Shouldn't this one be added as a separate release ?
  • Kelezel
I'm having the same skip issues on Head Like a Hole. Stay away from this press. Only paid $15 for it though so I'm not THAT mad.
  • Mohn
Head like a hole skips in the same spots no matter what. The rest sounds awesome! Glad to hear it's this pressing and not our TT. Great album!
  • Bukus
My first pressing of this release was really noisy and had a deep scratch on side A. Went back and picked up a replacement that's pristine and super quiet. The replacement came from a different store location. My guess is that there are good and bad batches.
  • Daiktilar
Both my friend and I have this same pressing and they both skip so much they're impossible to listen to. Don't waste your $14 (the price at our local record store) and buy the remastered 2xLP version. That one sounds great, has a bonus track, and is definitely authorized by Reznor while I would assume this pressing isn't.
  • Pryl
The lp is very quiet and the bass has no hit to it its really annoying because you know how its supose to sound but this one doesnt live up to what you want it to be dont buy this one im going to ethier give mine away or hang it up. Otherwise love the album as usual just the pressing really sucked.
  • Gabar
My copy is fine also next to no noise
  • Kalv
I was lucky enough to get a 'good' copy of this. The people below me, well.... Let's just say their problems are more common. Repeating the message: Stay away from this release!
  • breakingthesystem
This pressing is trash. It skips so bad that it is unplayable. Do Not Buy.
  • Yahm
you probably use a crosley. that would explain most of your issue.
  • Xurad
Chiming in to say that this is a horrible pressing. Noisist LP I've ever heard. Much worse than even the RP of Aphex Twin's SAW II. To boot, it is extremely off center. Cleaning did not help.
  • Mr_Mole
The first track skips a lot. I tied adding wight, removing weight. Cleaning. No good. Is there another realease I should look for. Also seems a little warped. Brand new.
  • doesnt Do You
You might have just gotten a defective copy with that skip, but even so I do agree that the sound quality on this particular pressing is quite poor. The double LP remaster has gotten mixed reviews. The main criticism of that one is that it's far too loud. You might be better off with an original TVT press on either vinyl or CD
  • Giamah
you guys weren't kidding.. it IS really noisy.. not the best.. should have suspected as much considering that I picked it up on Amazon for under $12, haha.. gonna check out the double LP release.. see if it's much better
  • invasion
Just bought this particular copy. Sounds like absolute garbage. So much noise. Has to be a defect. I've never had a record sound anything like this. Seems like all the noise is in the left channel.
  • Legend 33
It sounds fine to me.
  • Muniath
I have a copy, playing as I write this. No skips but in quiet passages sounds like a television after the network signed off. NOT worth the money if many others are like this. It is pretty bad, I can hear it even with the first part of Sanctified playing. The music has to really go up in volume to drown it out. Wonder where this was pressed.
  • Global Progression
OK, I've read about other people having this problem with "Head Like a Hole," and apparently the issue is that we have cheap-ass record players. But this is the first of my hundreds of LPs that has done this, so it's frustrating.
  • Agalas
I just bought one today, new and sealed, that has skipping problems. Head Like a Hole alone has nearly 10 skips. I'll be returning it to the store, it renders the record unlistenable.
  • Samowar
My copy of the 2011 vinyl reissue UMe ‎– B0015767-01 has traces that affect the sound badly - those traces look like a problem in the pressing plant, so other copies might have similar problems.
  • Welahza
I will check mine. But for this release, I am not sure that it is the remastered tracks