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With Teeth (PA)

Released on 02 May 2005

Artist: Nine Inch Nails

4.0 out of 5 (11 customer reviews) | Write a review

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  1. All The Love In The World
  2. You Know What You Are?
  3. The Collector
  4. The Hand That Feeds
  5. Love Is Not Enough
  6. Every Day Is Exactly The Same
  7. With Teeth
  8. Only
  9. Getting Smaller
  10. Sunspots
  11. The Line Begins To Blur
  12. Beside You In Time
  13. Right Where It Belongs

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 Average rating (11 reviews)

 Favourite Nails

| | See all WykkedVampyr's reviews (38)

Yes, this is my favourite Nine Inch Nail's album. The only one that comes close to it after this is "The Slip".

I don't konw what it is about this album. My discription of it would be a disco crossed with a massacre. Where everyone is dancing their way to their death.

Trent isn't a happy muffin on this album (but he never is) and he seems to want to show us again and again how screwed up the world is.

Although I must admit, The Hand That Feeds is great for parties and Every Day is Exactly the Same, makes one question their own existence quite franticly.

This is a good album to bob along too, but I wouldn't chose to listen to it on repeat...or really want to! No, the odd listen would be good.

You may find yourself skipping tracks though!

For Fans of : Mortiis, Ministry, Blutenangel
Best Track : Hand That Feeds

 A change in the NIN formula.

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This album marks a departure from the formula Trent Reznor has used in the past - being much more radio friendly and easy to listen than many of his previous efforts, as made clear in the first single from the album, 'The Hand That Fees', which (when compared to NIN previous work) almost sounds like a pop song.

That isn't to say the album is bad. The more 'poppy' songs are definitely catchy and easy to nod your head along to, and there are a number of songs which sound reminiscent of older NIN - 'The Line Begins To Blur' being one of my favourites. The lyrical themes are also similar to what Reznor has focuses on in the past, namely anger towards 'the man'.

The record isn't necessarily bad, it just isn't what I expected or wanted from a Nine Inch Nails album.

 Slightly Underrated

| | See all SuicideDoors's reviews (5)

Felt compelled to write a review because I think this CD is quite underrated. My favourite NIN songs are probably "Terrible Lie", "Gave Up" & "Something I can never have", so I'm not supporting this purely because it's a more "modern rock" sound NIN, I just like the lyrics and the music. *shrugs*

Track highlights are "You Know What You Are" and "Everyday is exactly the same", catchy from the off, and enough depth to play them to death. Generally strong CD with a couple of blips, but still genius stuff from Trent.


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Only just got into NIN and I'm extremely annoyed I didn't get into them earlier. This album is definitely their most commercial as far as the melodies are concerned but that doesn't mean its bad, in fact quite the contrary. If you don't have this album yet make sure you put that mistake to rest and buy it without hesitation!

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