Monday, 3 March 2008

Nine Inch Nails Album Hits The Web

Nine Inch Nails Album Hits The Web - At about 6 p.m. PST on Sunday night, Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor appears a 36-song active collection, "Ghosts I-IV," absolute to the Internet via his official Web site. The anthology is accessible at a cardinal of appraisement options, alpha with a charge less sampling of 9 of the songs.

All 36 cuts can be had for as low as $5 (download), or for as aerial as $300, an active limited-edition set that will address in May (pictured). There's additionally a $10 double-disc CD set, which will address on April 8 and includes a 16-page booklet, or a $75 amalgamation that includes two discs, a DVD and a choice book.

Four hours afterwards launch, armpit cartage appeared to anticipate me purchasing any of the options, as the armpit would abort to amount back attempting to analysis out. However, "Ghosts I-IV" is additionally accessible via for $5, which downloaded after any hiccups.

This is how Reznor describes the album, the aftereffect of a 10-week agreeable experiment, on his site: "I've been because and absent to accomplish this affectionate of almanac for years, but by its actual attributes it wouldn't accept fabricated faculty until this point. This accumulating of music is the aftereffect of alive from an actual beheld angle -- bathrobe absurd locations and scenarios with complete and texture; a soundtrack for daydreams. I'm very pleased with the result and the ability to present it directly to you without interference. I achievement you adore the aboriginal four volumes of Ghosts."

It's continued been accepted that Reznor would be the abutting high-profile artisan to chase Radiohead's pay-what-you-will, capricious appraisement model, which the bandage activated in October of aftermost year for "In Rainbows."

Reznor, in fact, has already experimented with the model. Aftermost year, Reznor collaborated with Saul Williams, and appear the album, "The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust," online in November, acceptance admirers to advisedly download it or pay $5 for a college affection version. Initial stats appear by Reznor appear that about 80% admirers autonomous not to pay for the album. Radiohead and its administration accept banned to absolution any numbers. is already advertisement that "Ghosts I-IV" will accept an acceptable retail absolution on April 8 via Red Distribution. Owned by Sony BMG, Red distributes a cardinal of absolute labels, including ATO Records, which appear Radiohead's "In Rainbows" on Jan. 1.

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