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Nine Inch Nails - With Teeth CD (album) cover


Nine Inch Nails


Crossover Prog

3.00 | 64 ratings

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3 stars So what if it's a bit more commercially minded than The Downward Spiral or The Fragile - albums which might have pleased the fanbase, but which I personally find greatly overrated? With Teeth is a crucial rebalancing of priorities for Nine Inch Nails, with more considered lyrics reflecting an increased maturity and inner peace on the part of Trent Reznor which also translates to an intriguing and smarter than average industrial dance-metal album which doesn't feature the excess filler or self-indulgence of the two preceding albums.

After a series of missteps and Trent Reznor's much-publicised struggles with alcoholism and drug addiction, Nine Inch Nails finally ends up back on track. On the one hand, it's a pleasing reminder of how downright fun NIN could be back in the Pretty Hate Machine era, and can still be these days when Reznor has a mind to loosen up a little. On the other hand, I always end up stopping it partway through and just putting on Pretty Hate Machine again instead.

Warthur | 3/5 |


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