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MessageSujet: Re: NIN à Bruxelles les 18 et 19 mars 2007   Mer 21 Mar - 10:35

Damned, il ne m'a même pas averti.
En même temps, c'est pas si grave: avec le soundcheck, le meet&greet et les 3 concerts, on n'a pas à se plaindre... Mission accomplie!!
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MessageSujet: Re: NIN à Bruxelles les 18 et 19 mars 2007   Mer 21 Mar - 10:45

minty a écrit:
Trent Reznor car la joyeuse troupe aurait terminé la nuit au Nua (Pub irlandais situé sur le Bvd Anspach).

Mouais ben justement, avec des si, rien n'est moins sûr ! Pourquoi tu n'y était pas alors pour le certifier ?

Comme dit Marquie, pour notre joyeuse troupe d'amis : MISSION AMPLEMENT ACCOMPLIE !

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MessageSujet: Re: NIN à Bruxelles les 18 et 19 mars 2007   Mer 21 Mar - 13:47

J’émerge enfin de ce w-e de folies… lessivée mais heureuse !
On a assisté au sound-check le dimanche, séance d’autographes/photos avec les membres du groupe. J’étais tétanisée… avec des étoiles plein les yeux.
La play-list de dimanche était exceptionnelle, NIN a joué ma chanson préférée : Ruiner.
Beaucoup d’autres titres de Downward Spiral.
Une after très arrosée, pour ne pas changer…

Lundi, bien placés sur les balcons, on a pu se déchaîner plus librement. Toute la troupe réunie, quelle ambiance !

@ Elecxia : la prochaine fois, prévois des T-shirts Norgoth.

@ Halo-five : J’ai fait ma groupie déchaînée… t'as raison, j’aurais dû noter mon no de tél sur mes miches, j’aurais eu Ramirez en ligne après le concert, mouhaha !

After encore plus arrosée que la veille, si c’est possible.



Plein de à tout le monde.
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MessageSujet: Re: NIN à Bruxelles les 18 et 19 mars 2007   Mer 21 Mar - 13:56

Je précise que sur la photo prise avant le concert, je ne suis pas la seule à avoir les mains baladeuses... Samara est en train de me peloter la fesse gauche tandis que je lui tâte un sein.
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MessageSujet: Re: NIN à Bruxelles les 18 et 19 mars 2007   Mer 21 Mar - 14:01

Emily BITTERN a écrit:
Je précise que sur la photo prise avant le concert, je ne suis pas la seule à avoir les mains baladeuses... Samara est en train de me peloter la fesse gauche tandis que je lui tâte un sein.

Saloooooooooooooooooopes !


Mouahahahahahahahahahah !
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MessageSujet: Re: NIN à Bruxelles les 18 et 19 mars 2007   Mer 21 Mar - 14:02

Kwaaaaaaaa ? Je sens que c'est la jalousie qui t'anime, non ?
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MessageSujet: Re: NIN à Bruxelles les 18 et 19 mars 2007   Mer 21 Mar - 14:39

Emily BITTERN a écrit:
Kwaaaaaaaa ? Je sens que c'est la jalousie qui t'anime, non ?

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MessageSujet: Re: NIN à Bruxelles les 18 et 19 mars 2007   Mer 21 Mar - 14:46

Hé hé...
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MessageSujet: Re: NIN à Bruxelles les 18 et 19 mars 2007   Dim 25 Mar - 15:32

Voici la traduction de l'article publié dans de Standaard. OK à part la phrase ridicule sur Hurt.

De nagel op de kop (The Right Nail on the Head)

Frontman Trent Reznor: One of the most influential American artists

They sure know how to make their entry, the guys from nine inch nails. While the lights in the AB were still on, the people still chit-chatting with their beer in their hand and the roadies making their last adjustments, suddenly the beginning of “somewhat damaged” resounds.
Was this a last soundcheck?Not at all! Through the fog the silhouettes of frontman Trent Reznor and his companions appeared in a yellow shade. Strangely the houselights were still on, wich was a bit confusing.

The first quarter of the show, the audience couldn’t see the faces of the bandmembers. NIN played with a lot of lights, hidden in the fog while their massive guitarrifs crashed their way through the venue. After a period of almost 20 years NIN still sounds as a relentless machine, way ahead of the competition.

What else would you expect from a man like Trent Reznor? In the mid-90’s he was elected by the readers of rolling stone magazine as the most influential American artists of that time.
In 2004 he even appeared in the list “100 greatest artists of all time” in Rolling Stone.

Director Davyd Lynch even asked him to do the soundtrack of the movie “Lost Highway” and the past 10 years a lot of bands have used NIN’s blueprint and its undeniable, visual esthetics. A mix of raw gothic, sciencefiction and SM.

In Brussels those esthetics were striking minimalistic. In the past we saw the band experimenting with staggering visual effects on huge screens, but these days Reznor chooses effects on a smaller scale.

But the lightshow did have some extra’s. During the raw electrorock of “eraser” the bandmembers were surrounded by big sweeping flickering lamps attached to cabels just above their heads. It looked like they played in a weakly litten basement.

In the contrary of the greatest hits setlist NIN played at werchter festival two years ago, this show included both the hits and the candy for the diehard fans, like the joy division cover “dead souls” or the brutal “heresy” while the sold-out venue shouted “your God is dead, and no one cares”

The lyrics of Reznor has deep roots in the nihilism of the generation X, but have survived the 90’s, probably due to the american governement. The fans gladly screamed the lyrics of piggy and march of the pigs (about fascist regimes) and because of the happy hooligan chants of the audience, the amazing ballad of “hurt” looked like a a footballchant, Johnny Cash would have turned in his grave. (Note: ?????!!!????)

Those who looked for nostalgia from the rock of the 90’s were satisfied: a sexy “closer”, a brutal “the hand that feeds”, and a destructive “head like a hole” combined the heritage of Brian Eno and David bowie with electronic agression.

We only got to hear one song from the new album “Year Zero”, to be released in April: dark electropunk as we are used from the band, nothing new, but not bad either.

We could never have dreamed that we would ever see NIN in the AB. The band was probably able to fill up Forest national (a bigger venue in brussels), but the sound would have been inferior. Everything sounded perfect in the AB, we assume many ear plugs have died during the guitarstorm of NIN.

Those who were present on one of the two sold-out shows in the ab, may call themselves damn lucky.
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MessageSujet: Re: NIN à Bruxelles les 18 et 19 mars 2007   Dim 25 Mar - 15:50

Pour les fans, voici un Q&A de Trent sur la Spirale: instructif! Qqn connaît le film Chidren of Men?

Responses From Trent

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Originally Posted by BathedInBlood
Year Zero and it's entire concept, including the websites involved, the distribution of "leaked" material, the storyline, the code-breaking, and the use of many facets of technology in it's delivery are absolutely brilliant - where did you come up with the idea for such a project?

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I came up with the concept, then Rob Sheridan and I sat and brainstormed fleshing it out for a few weeks into a detailed document. We then searched out and met with a company (42 Entertainment) that could help us execute our vision of how it would be presented to you. They are the smartest most creative group of people I've ever worked with and embellished our ideas in ways we couldn't have done on our own.


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1. Will "Not So Pretty Now" and "Non-Entity" be commercially released?

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Most likely. After the next record I am out of my contract with Interscope aside from a greatest hits whatever, so I'm sure at some point they will scour the archives for tracks like these. I have no plans to incorporate them into any new real record, though.

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Originally Posted by leo3375
2. Do you plan on doing another album like Still?

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I'd like to do a proper record of new material in a similar format at some point.

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Trent, you were amazing at the Bridge School Benefit. Did you enjoy playing with such a diverse group of musicians? And would you do a show like that again?

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Thank you, and yes I would. Meeting Neil Young was a great honor for me and I was proud to be involved. I was slightly terrified but glad I did it.

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Trent: With the approach you've taken with YZ, do you see yourself one day working exclusively WITHOUT a record company. For example, releasing music via the internet, (or other methods) and promoting yourself primarily by touring? It appears this current method could reduce the need for the industry involvement and free the artist to explore and create as he wishes without regard for commercial viability. Any thoughts or comments?

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Certainly. The entire industry is in flux at the moment, so it's hard to say what would be ideal for NIN as the state of things changes very quickly. I can say with absolute confidence that I would never enter into another one-sided arrangement with a record company again.

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Have you been surprised with how fast/slow "we" (as in not really me, but those other crazy fans out there) have been figuring out this Year Zero stuff?? do you increase/decrease the difficulty of the clues based on how quickly "we" figure each one out?? is it fun to read "our" ridiculous theories on the whole concept??

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Yes, you are clever little buggers out there. It's been great fun watching this all unfold and we're all quite impressed. The funny thing is, we'll watch you collectively instantly solve puzzles we thought were hard while the "easy" ones get you tripped up.

How record can labels fuck things up, part 776:
The "thermo-chrome" details being discussed a month before the record comes out. If you know what I'm talking about, great - if not, I'm not going to call more attention to it.
We came up with that idea as something that would be cool to experience as the consumer. The label blabs about it way ahead of it coming out as a marketing gimmick. "Put a big sticker on the front advertising it!" No. This was meant to be experienced and discovered - not announced ahead of time and ruined. This is the reason nobody at the label knew anything about the ARG (for lack of a better word) before it started - and they still don't know anything about the contents or what's coming. We would have had people discussing "make sure to go see the mural in London coming next week" type shit.
They just don't get it. They sell plastic discs.


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Originally Posted by fustratedproductions
Do you get time to watch any movies while on tour?
What are your favorite films?

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Yes, we tend to spend bus rides watching various films, etc. I have many favorites but I can't recommend "Children of Men" enough. I saw it in LA before I left two days in a row - blew me away. Lots of similar themes as Year Zero and the art direction felt like it came out of my head. If you haven't seen this film go check it out.

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Originally Posted by Becizzle
"This is not a particularly friendly record and it certainly doesn't sound like anything else out there right now."
"By FAR this is the most ambitious multi-faceted project I've ever undertaken."

Even after you said this....I was still not prepared for the creative and consuming Year_Zero project. Thanks for "easing" us into it.

Now after getting a taste of Year_Zero the art form, and part of the album, I can't help but wonder how and when the inspiration struck you to create this future world? I'm sure you probably want everyone to take whatever they want from the Year_Zero experience but if you could maybe shed some light on what you would "like" people to feel or think after hearing the record and experiencing everything you have to offer from your Year_Zero project? Is it a call for more activism to keep humanity (America) from ever reaching that reality?

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One of the things that's most exciting to me about this project is the idea that entertainment can be used proactively to create awareness. Awareness is my pretentious moral agenda aside from making the best music I can. If a handful of people get into this project and come out the other side paying a little more attention to what is happening all around them right now - mission accomplished.


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Originally Posted by fakeplastic_love
I'm sure this is not the top of your concerns, but how is Interscope reacting to all of the tracks being "leaked"? What was their reaction to the idea of setting up the whole Year Zero experience? As an avid fan of "Lost", I've noticed that the Year Zero experience is very similar to The Lost Experience. Did you get the idea from that?

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I am a big fan of Lost, although I think this season has really sucked. I am aware of the Lost Experience but only in passing. My main inspiration is this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Beast_%28game%29
This is also where Lost got the idea.
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MessageSujet: Re: NIN à Bruxelles les 18 et 19 mars 2007   Sam 31 Mar - 10:28



Celle-là est rien que pour moi ! Je suis z'heureux !

http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoID=2015396423

http://www.sadkermit.com/audio/Sad%20Kermit%20-%20Something%20I%20Can%20Never%20Have.mp3
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MessageSujet: Re: NIN à Bruxelles les 18 et 19 mars 2007   Sam 31 Mar - 10:52

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