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Full length debut from How to destroy angles.Trent reznor | Mariqueen maandig | Atticus ross | Rob sheridan
First, I like the album but all of the bonus tracks should have been included on a disc. And this is the problem I have - Trent preaches buying songs on media yet the NIN album "Not the actual events" can't be bought on disc (you can buy the vinyl though...still) and this albums bonus tracks are only included as MP3's. I only buy music on disc that I love - CD's sound better than MP3's and 3 of the bonus tracks here are better than most of the songs on the album.Oh well, just ranting....my small gripe doesn't reflect the rating I gave the album either.
The packaging came in pristine condition. The music is fantastic.Alas, this album is another victim of the loudness wars. Especially on songs that are supposed to be quiter, the levels are still jacked up to the max!Especially in the track Ice Age you can hear a fuzz from Mariqueen's vocals that isn't present in the Spotify version. It's fuzzy and sounds like I'm hearing her through a low-resolution YouTube video. Meanwhile on Spotify the vocals are nice and crisp. Basically the album is loud even in sections it isn't supposed to be.I was pleasantly surprised by this album. Definitely worth the purchase.In case anyone doesn't know, the singer is Reznor's wife. It's not a vanity piece though. It's genuinely good. So, it's worth a listen. You won't be sorry.I also like the fact that you basically get two albums with this purchase if you download the MP3 that prime includes with this purchase. This album, and the previous one she and Trent made.After getting the first EP, and enjoying the heck out of it, and then the second EP, which was a preview of this full album, i'm pretty pleased with the direction and sounds being shown in How to Destroy Angels. i'm a long time Nine Inch Nails fan, so this was an automatic interest to me, and an automatic buy. Then again, if the previous free content had sucked, i wouldn't have bought this album.It's sort of a mix of the Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross soundtrack work and Nine Inch Nails, but has it's own character. Any further attempt to describe it would be futile. Just go have a listen from the various legit spots on the web presenting it in demo form, or check out the free first EP and the "preview of this album" EP (yes, there are a couple different tracks in that preview, not found here). If you like later Nine Inch Nails, and Trent's film scoring, you'll probably like this too.When they released the first two EPs, they just sounded like scrapped Nine Inch Nails tracks to me, which isn't terrible. Even weaker NIN songs are still pretty good, IMO, but I wanted something more. Something a little different than just Trent's wife singing his leftovers. This album provides that. I truly felt like they stepped into their own here, and I'm really glad I held on.I really wanted to like HTDA when they first came out. However, upon listening to the first EP, the final verdict was that the good songs sounded like they were written by Trent, and simply sung by his wife. I also regretted that they didn't do a club mix of the singles.Fast-forward to Welcome to Oblivion.This is the CD I was expecting when I first came across them three years ago. From beginning to end, we are taken on a journey that (in NIN terms) is part YEAR ZERO and part THE SLIP. This is done without ripping the previous releases off, but rather expanding on the audio soundscape. Mariqueen's vocals match the music better than on previous releases, and the flow of the CD drips like liquid candy.This purchase was a MUCH better decision than the new Depeche Mode.A pleasant subtle variation from NIN sound, especially love the female vocals. Definitely worth adding to your NIN library if you like this genre of music.while comparisons to his work with Nine Inch Nails often paint this side project in an unfavorable light, i found that there are a lot of similarities that build on his albums "Year Zero" and "Ghosts I-IV". De-tuned instruments, variations in noise and frequencies each build into cohesive song structures that are both instantly familiar and altogether alien to the listener. off-tempo acoustics layered over exacting electronic beats and progressions often work very well with his wife's vocal talents, but it seems that she sometimes gets lost when Trent joins on back-up vocals or in a chanted chorus. This album helps showcase a different musical perspective of Trent Reznor that the audience only sometimes previously glimpsed in the more delicate moments of Nine Inch Nails' history. CDs Vinyl => Dance Electronic => Electronica Retailers WELLFLYHOM Sunflower Girly Car Seat Covers Full Set Front and Ba Welcome oblivion Great Deals and Savings WELLFLYHOM Sunflower Girly Car Seat Covers Full Set Front and Ba Award