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WITH TEETH

Nine Inch Nails

 

Crossover Prog

3.08 | 48 ratings

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zravkapt
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Post/Math Rock Team
2 stars This is the most mainstream sounding of NIN's albums. Certainly compared to what came before and after. This was Reznor's "comeback" album after years of, well, doing nothing pretty much. As with all NIN albums the production is great. Reznor puts a lot of time and effort into his music. "Only" is the best NIN song since the single for "The Perfect Drug" in 1996, IMO. It's the reason I got this album.

"All The Love In The World" starts off in typical NIN territory. But halfway through it gets a disco beat, a nice piano melody and an attempt at falsetto vocals by Trent. If this song came out in 1995 it would have been called "All The Hate In The World". "Everyday Is Exactly The Same" is the weakest song on the album and it was a single. No surprise. A song that would have made a better single would be "Sunspots". It has a good bassline and a catchy chorus; one of the best songs here.

Most of the songs here sound like leftovers from the 1999 double CD The Fragile. If you want to hear NIN at their progiest get Ghosts. If you want NIN at their most accessible and mainstream, get With Teeth. Not horrible but nothing special. 2 stars.

zravkapt | 2/5 |

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