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Date
07/15/2010
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Song
6.8 MB
7 min 24 sec
Score
4.36 / 5.00

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REMIX! Yea, mixed the shit out of a song from a band you've never heard of. 74bpm slow, enjoy..

I have proper permission to use all vocals/samples in this song.
How to Destroy Angels : Nine Inch Nails

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GodfatherStudiosGodfatherStudios

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars October 24, 2010

Meh...

I just... meh. Trent Reznor is my favorite human, so I guess I just wasn't all that impressed. The songs fit together in a very technical sense, but Spaces in Between has NOTHING to do with Zero Sum. Zero Sum is a final message, one last shaft of light through the dark, and Spaces In Between is about trying to fill a void in your life with something that only widens it. You're a good reactive artist, I just get the feeling that you lack the deep understanding of Trent's music required to play off of his creations. And the fact that, around the 5 minute mark, you just played Zero Sum... I'm sorry. I just don't like it.



TheHeartgrinderTheHeartgrinder

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars October 23, 2010

A good effort but you missed the mark.

And here is why. Unlike Spankyrevolution the punk fan there, I am a fan of industrial and Trent Reznor. It sounds as if you took a whole bunch of the multitrack files and tried to make a dense, complicated remix. Here is my issue with it. The tracks dont match. How many different Nine Inch Nails songs did you use in this? I hear alot of Year Zero and How to Destroy Angels. Although it isnt original, you at least have a working knowledge of audio editing software and could put together something half ass listenable. It is refreshing to here something in the Industrial section of the adio portal that doesnt sound like the the most generic piece of shit that fruity loops can pump out. I my self have done remixes for Nine Inch Nails (not for them personaly just on my own dime) and I welcome you to tell me what you think about my mixes as soon as they approve them for this site. I hope you found this to be useful or at least entertaining. -HG-


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spankyrevolutionspankyrevolution

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 27, 2010

10 From a punk fan!

Well see, I'm a punk fan. I actually felt on this page by hazard: one of my friend posted a song on NG and in the "Users who liked this also enjoyed", there were this song. I'm slowly getting interested into industrial, and I usually like aggressive and/or fast ones, but this one was just awesome. It's like being in the space or somethign like that. Nice mood you created there! You look really skilled and I can't wait to hear more!