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Further Down The Spiral

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Piggy (Nothing Can Stop Me Now)
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The Art Of Self Destruction, Part One
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Self Destruction, Part Two
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The Downward Spiral (The Bottom)
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Hurt (Quiet)
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Eraser (Denial: Realization)
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At The Heart Of It All
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Eraser (Polite)
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Self Destruction, Final
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The Beauty Of Being Numb
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Erased, Over, Out
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When he's not filing news stories, shooting a live show or contributing the occasional feature for Wondering Sound, Andrew Parks edits and publishes self-titled...more »

09.05.12
For the completists and curious
1995 | Label: NOTHING

Here’s how massive Nine Inch Nails were in the platinum-plated aftermath of The Downward Spiral: Its noisy, single-less companion album sold more than 500,000 copies on its own. Try doing that in the age of digital downloads and streaming! And unlike most remix records, Further Down the Spiral actually had a reason to exist outside of padding some record company’s pockets while the iron’s hot. On a superficial level, folks like J.G. Thirwell, Rick Rubin… read more »

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