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Artist: Nine Inch Nails
Genre: Rock/Pop
Release Date: September 1999

Review by JBurchill
4 stars out of 4

Trent Reznor, under the guise of Nine Inch Nails, formed the album USA Today claimed the #1 record of the year of 1999: The Fragile. It is a two disc package, totalling with over 20 tracks on the entire album. The two discs are titled as Left and Right. On the Left disc you will hear the typical Nine Inch Nails sound; Trent's blaring keyboards playing distorted intruments over fat drum beats.But also you will hear a new element he has added into the left disc...there is now acoustic sounds accompanying the keyboards. There are lots of new sounds that Reznor has put into the fragile such as the song The Frail, where it is A soft calm Piano solo that breaks into a booming new song. Throughout the whole album you'll see instrumentals, no lyrics, just beautifully, well-written instrumentals, many bands put instrumentals in to break time, but not NIN, NIN has a point with them.

On the Right disc you will hear more rhythmic sounds, drum beats, and new sounds from NIN. From the single and very dance-influenced Into the Void to the most obscure song of all, I'm looking forward to joining you, finally , you hear the sound of a piano in the backround with drum beats as the main. Unlike the typical Nine Inch Nails song where it focus' on Trent's relationships or his self-loathing, this song is completley vague, and very hard to interpret which makes it very fun to listen to because everytime you try to understand it it makes more and more sense. Take USA Today's word...This album is great.



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