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Album Review

Released just under a year after Nine Inch Nails' fourth album, With Teeth, the American Every Day Is Exactly the Same EP rounds up four remixes that have been floating around on various European and vinyl-only singles, adding a new remix of the title track to the mix. There are two mixes each of "The Hand That Feeds" and "Only," bringing the total length of the EP up to six tracks. All five of the remixes are actually better than the original versions, since they not only open up the tunes, but the various adjustments to the songs — the pulsating neo-disco beats of the DFA mix of "The Hand" or Richard X's mix of "Only," Sam Fog vs. Carlos D's sleekly ominous overhauling of the title track — make NIN's increasingly claustrophobic, insular music sound fresh again, suggesting what Trent Reznor could do if he entered a genuine collaboration with another musician for his next NIN album. That may not be enough to make this essential, but it surely makes this EP worth a listen for any serious fan — and it's also a useful way to get mixes that aren't easy to get stateside.

Customer Reviews

Halo 21: Unfinishing Finished Business

This music is riskier and more raw than With Teeth, I think, because it's not FOR anyone. It's just what it happens when Trent decides to take a 'finished' song and send it through the crucible of his gut. The El-P mix of Only is a smouldering piece of work. It doesn't belong on With Teeth, and I thank God for that fact. It doesn't belong anywhere, really. Except on your iPod. Remixes have always been a part of Trent Reznors music, although they're not intended to sell big, or run on the radio. Like Things Falling Apart and other NIN B-sides, these songs are not softened or blended more than they need to be. This is music that just happens. It grows in a studio, like other NIN work, except it doesn't have to be anything. It happens how it happens, and that's saying more about music itself than how or why it happened.

Excellent Remixes of a great album

An essential addition to your NIN collection.. it's Halo 21 after all =)

The Art of Remix's

This is a great remix album, I recommend it to everyone.. another MUST HAVE for all of you NIN fans.. I don't think anyone would be disapointed. Only - (Richard X Remix) is the best remix of the original Only from With teeth. I just have to give a hats off to NIN and everyone that worked on this as it is yet another awsome NIN halo.


Formed: 1989 in Cleveland, OH

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Nine Inch Nails were the most popular industrial group ever and were largely responsible for bringing the music to a mass audience. It isn't really accurate to call NIN a group; the only official member is singer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Trent Reznor, who always remained solely responsible for NIN's musical direction (he was, however, supported in concert by a regular backing band). Unlike the vast majority of industrial artists, Reznor wrote melodic, traditionally structured songs where lyrics...
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