Once again, it appears Trent and Atticus have done well again. Ghosts I-IV is one of my favorite NIN albums and the soundtracks are right in tune with the Ghosts. Both Trent and Atticus convey such emotion into their soundtracks. You can tell that Trent and Atticus take their work very serious and it shows. Can’t wait for Gone Girl.
Did you see all those Iamamiwhoami comments on youtube?
I’m gonna second this but saying that the Big Three Record labels are still operating under an archaic business model. Big labels want to blame pirating but I don’t think that is the case. Big labels just don’t know how to do business anymore. It’s really their loss, not the artist’s loss. Artists can still make money; they just need to be a little creative and market themselves. The money lies in merchandising and touring, not albums anymore. Unfortunately, the big record labels don’t see it that way and therefore still operate like it was business in 1992.
It looks like Steven’s dentures are gonna pop out. Someone give that poor man some Polygrip!
So far, I haven’t heard a song that I didn’t like. This is shaping to be a good album.
My thoughts exactly.
Merchandise is definitely a newfound favorite band of this year. After the End was definitely one of the most hyped releases for me and it payed off well. I picked up the vinyl at Amoeba today and I’ve been listening to it on a loop. Enemy and Telephone are easily my favorites off the album. After the End will absolutely be on my top 10 albums for the year.
Grimes is sticking to her guns.
This almost resembles a Lifetime movie plot.
Kanga Roo has been my favorite live song of his lately but Jeff absolutely nails What Would You Say on Mystery White Boy.