Jun 19

產品名稱: Beyond Ultimate Sound (SACD)
歌手名稱: Beyond (歌手)
推出日期: 2014-05-27
語言: 粵語
製作來源地: 中國香港
光碟格式: Super Audio CD
出品商: 華納唱片 (HK)

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內容簡介/曲目
華納唱片SACD
(Super Audio Compact Disc)

日本壓碟SACD (Hybrid) ,首批1000張限量發行

01. 農民
02. 遙望
03. 長城
04. 無盡空虛
05. 可否衝破
06. 繼續沉醉
07. 為了你為了我
08. 海闊天空
09. 情人
10. 溫暖的家鄉
11. 命運是你家
12. 不可一世
13. 早班火車
14. 和平與愛
15. 全是愛
16. 完全地愛吧
17. 無語問蒼天

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Jun 19

Nine Inch Nails – The Fragile: Deviations 1 (2016)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time –02:33:24  minutes | 3,11 GB | Genre: Rock, Idustrial
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download – Source: store.nin.com | Digital Booklet | © Null Corporation

The Fragile: Deviations 1 (also known as Halo 30) is an alternate take on The Fragile by Nine Inch Nails. It is due for a physical release in early 2017, but was released digitally in December 2016 to those who ordered the physical product from nin.com.

On December 24, 2016, Trent Reznor stated that: “When a track from Deviations says (Instrumental), that’s because at some point that track had vocals on it. Those could be finished, a demo or just an outline.”

http://www.nin.wiki/The_Fragile:_Deviations_1

Tracklist:

1. Somewhat Damaged (Instrumental)
2. The Day the World Went Away (Instrumental)
3. The Frail (Alternate version)
4. The Wretched (Instrumental)
5. Missing Places
6. We’re in This Together (Instrumental)
7. The Fragile (Instrumental)
8. Just Like You Imagined (Alternate version)
9. The March (Alternate version)
10. Even Deeper (Instrumental)
11. Pilgrimage (Alternate version)
12. One Way to Get There
13. No, You Don’t (Instrumental)
14. Taken
15. La Mer (Alternate version)
16. The Great Below (Instrumental)
17. Not What It Seems Like (Instrumental)
18. White Mask
19. The New Flesh (Instrumental)
20. The Way Out Is Through (Alternate version)
21. Into the Void (Instrumental)
22. Where Is Everybody? (Instrumental)
23. The Mark Has Been Made (Alternate version)
24. Was It Worth It? (Instrumental)
25. Please (Instrumental)
26. +Appendage (Instrumental)
27. Can I Stay Here? (Instrumental)
28. 10 Miles High (Instrumental)
29. Feeders
30. Starfuckers, Inc. (Instrumental)
31. Complication (Alternate version)
32. Claustrophobia Machine (Raw)
33. Last Heard From
34. I’m Looking Forward to Joining You, Finally (Instrumental)
35. The Big Come Down (Instrumental)
36. Underneath It All (Instrumental)
37. Ripe (With Decay) (Instrumental)

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Jun 19

Nine Inch Nails – Not The Actual Events (2016)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48 kHz | Time – 21:07 minutes | 259 MB | Genre: Rock, Idustrial
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download – Source: store.nin.com | Front Cover | © Null Corporation

Not The Actual Events (also known as Halo 29) is the second proper EP from Nine Inch Nails. It was released digitally on December 23, 2016, though pre-orders through nin.com allowed for a download one day early. This is the first release to include Atticus Ross as an official member of NIN.

Tracklist:

01. Branches / Bones 01:46
02. Dear World, 04:06
03. Shes Gone Away 06:00
04. The Idea of You 03:27
05. Burning Bright (Field on Fire) 05:49

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Jun 19

Nine Inch Nails – Hesitation Marks (2013) {Deluxe Version}
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48 kHz | Time – 2:01:36 minutes | 1,31 GB | Genre: Rock
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download – Source: HDTracks.com | Digital Booklet | © Columbia

Hesitation Marks is the eighth studio album by Nine Inch Nails, and their first release since 2008’s The Slip, and the first release on a major record label since 2007’s Year Zero. This is NIN’s first release on Columbia Records. The album title is a reference to hesitation wounds, which are produced by testing a bladed weapon before inflicting self-harm or attempting suicide. This deluxe edition of Hesitation Marks was mastered at 48kHz/24-bit and has a greater dynamic range than the standard edition.

All songs on the album were written by Trent Reznor, except for “The Eater of Dreams”, which was written by Trent Reznor and Alessandro Cortini.

It’s grand and disquieting, creepy and meticulously realized, minimalist and overstuffed. It’s one of the best albums of the year and NIN’s finest work since at least 1999’s The Fragile.

Tracklist:

1 The Eater of Dreams 0:52
2 Copy of a 5:23
3 Came Back Haunted 5:17
4 Find My Way 5:16
5 All Time Low 6:18
6 Disappointed 5:44
7 Everything 3:20
8 Satellite 5:03
9 Various Methods of Escape 5:01
10 Running 4:08
11 I Would For You 4:33
12 In Two 5:32
13 While I’m Still Here 4:03
14 Black Noise 1:29

Bonus:
15 Find My Way 4:47
16 All Time Low 5:49
17 While I’m Still Here 7:03
18 Trent Reznor in conversation with… 41:58

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Jun 19

Nine Inch Nails – Hesitation Marks (2013) [‘Audiophile’ Master]
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48 kHz | Time – 61:57 minutes | 795 MB | Genre: Industrial, Rock
Official Digital Download – Source: WEB | Digital booklet

Hesitation Marks is the upcoming eighth studio album by American industrial rock act Nine Inch Nails, to be released on September 3, 2013. The album title is derived from hesitation wounds, wounds produced by testing a bladed weapon before attempting suicide or self-harming. The album will be available in two different masters for digital download, a “standard” version and an “Audiophile Mastered Version” – the latter having extended dynamic range, not meant to be competitive in the loudness war.

Retirement never suited Trent Reznor. A workaholic who tempers his obsessive nature with a healthy streak of perfectionism, Reznor has put Nine Inch Nails in hibernation before, but the difference between the five years separating 2013’s Hesitation Marks and 2008’s The Slip and his previous extended gaps — the half-decade between 1994’s The Downward Spiral and The Fragile, the six years between The Fragile and 2005’s With Teeth — is that Reznor didn’t go into seclusion, he merely stepped away from NIN. David Fincher drafted him to score The Social Network in 2010 — Trent received an Academy Award for his trouble — and that same year he formed How to Destroy Angels with longtime collaborator Atticus Ross and Mariqueen Maandig. Echoes of these two projects can be heard within the disciplined, detailed Hesitation Marks but much of the album’s measured mood derives from the great settling within Reznor’s personal life. He married Maandig in 2009 and subsequently had two children, so he’s a decidedly different musician in 2013 than he was in 1993: he’s not the tortured, angry young rebel struggling with addictions and angst, he’s a sober family man. Sobriety centered Reznor and working in other capacities reinvigorated him, leading to the masterful Hesitation Marks, where he cannily evokes the past within the cloak of the future while focusing on the present. Certainly, Hesitation Marks brings to mind some of the earliest Nine Inch Nails records, particularly in how it’s built upon actual danceable rhythms, but the sonic palette is brighter and broader than either Pretty Hate Machine or The Downward Spiral, feeling expansive even when it’s punctuated with jarring, jagged bursts of electric noise and bursts of clustered beats. Reznor enlisted a bunch of art rock vets to help achieve this coiled, cloistered sound — King Crimson guitarist Adrian Belew and bassist Pino Palladino play often, Lindsey Buckingham throws in some guitar; on the deluxe edition, Todd Rundgren Utopia-fies “All Time Low” with layers of harmonies — and the additional musicians help keep the album open. Even if “Everything” — a surprising power pop rush that’s easily the most exuberant Nine Inch Nails has ever sounded — was excised, Hesitation Marks would qualify as the most hopeful NIN album ever. Pain still punctuates the lyrics, Reznor still slides into moody black pools of sound, but there is no wallowing here, no fetishization of darkness. There is shade and light within Reznor’s immaculate constructions, there is the ebb and flow of life, there is joy within the sheer sheets of sound. Hesitation Marks makes it quite clear that Trent Reznor is no longer an angry young man but rather a restless, inventive artist who is at peace with himself, and the result is a record that provides real, lasting nourishment.

Tracklist:
01 – The Eater of Dreams
02 – Copy of A
03 – Came Back Haunted
04 – Find My Way
05 – All Time Low
06 – Disappointed
07 – Everything
08 – Satellite
09 – Various Methods of Escape
10 – Running
11 – I Would for You
12 – In Two
13 – While I’m Still Here
14 – Black Noise

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Jun 19

Nine Inch Nails – The Slip (2008)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 43:45 | 931 MB | Genre: industrial rock
Official Digital Download – Source: Web | Digital Booklet , Front Cover

The Slip is the seventh studio album by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, released on July 22, 2008. It was the fourth consecutive Nine Inch Nails release to be produced by frontman Trent Reznor with collaborators Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder. The album was released for free under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-SA) license, with the message from Reznor, “this one’s on me”. The Slip was initially released digitally via the Nine Inch Nails official website without any prior advertisement or promotion. A limited-edition, physical version followed two months later, though this iteration of the album was not free.

The Slip was originally intended to be an EP, but eventually grew to be a full-length album. It was recorded and released in three weeks; Reznor released the album’s single, “Discipline”, to radio stations himself, less than 24 hours after it was mastered by Moulder. Critical reception of the album has been generally favorable, and its unorthodox method of release attracted significant media attention. The album peaked at number 13 on the Billboard 200.

Tracklist
01 – 999,999
02 – 1,000,000
03 – Letting You
04 – Discipline
05 – Echoplex
06 – Head Down
07 – Lights in the Sky
08 – Corona Radiata
09 – The Four of Us Are Dying
10 – Demon Seed

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Jun 19

Nine Inch Nails – Ghosts I-IV (2008)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 110:18 minutes | 2,28 GB + 182 MB
Blu-Ray Rip | Sourced Track – LPCM 2.0 Stereo | Complete Artwork package

Ghosts I – IV, a 36 track instrumental collection. Almost two hours of music composed and recorded over an intense ten week period in the fall of 2007. Ghosts I – IV sprawls Nine Inch Nails across a variety of new terrain.

Roughly a year after Year Zero — a year marked by lots of sniping with his record company first about their clueless promotion then devolving into a tirade about their general uselessness — Trent Reznor broke free of Interscope/Universal and became a free agent, releasing music where and when he wanted. To celebrate his freedom he released the four-part Ghosts, a clearinghouse of 36 instrumentals all created during the years he crafted Year Zero. It should come as no great surprise that Ghosts then plays like a sketchbook, a place where Reznor jotted down sounds and textures that flitted across his mind and then either took them no further, or decided to spin them into something entirely new for the full album. These aren’t songs, they’re seeds, and they (appropriately) aren’t even graced with titles; they’re all dubbed “Ghosts,” parts one through 36, and if Reznor didn’t spend enough time crafting them into proper songs, don’t feel too bad if you don’t spend enough time with Ghosts to sort through them, picking out which fragments are powered by a clenched electro beat and which are glassy ambient shards. Even fanatics might be hard-pressed to give Ghosts such a careful listen as it’s simply not meant to be so closely observed. It’s meant to be taken as surface, perhaps skimmed for samples, but generally to be used as mildly unsettling mood music — a specialty of Reznor’s, to be sure, but he’s better and scarier when his ideas are more finely honed than they are here.

Tracklist:
01 – Ghosts I
02 – Ghosts I
03 – Ghosts I
04 – Ghosts I
05 – Ghosts I
06 – Ghosts I
07 – Ghosts I
08 – Ghosts I
09 – Ghosts I
10 – Ghosts II
11 – Ghosts II
12 – Ghosts II
13 – Ghosts II
14 – Ghosts II
15 – Ghosts II
16 – Ghosts II
17 – Ghosts II
18 – Ghosts II
19 – Ghosts III
20 – Ghosts III
21 – Ghosts III
22 – Ghosts III
23 – Ghosts III
24 – Ghosts III
25 – Ghosts III
26 – Ghosts III
27 – Ghosts III
28 – Ghosts IV
29 – Ghosts IV
30 – Ghosts IV
31 – Ghosts IV
32 – Ghosts IV
33 – Ghosts IV
34 – Ghosts IV
35 – Ghosts IV
36 – Ghosts IV

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Jun 19

Nine Inch Nails – Broken (1992) {2017 Definitive Edition}
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 31:37 minutes | 706 MB | Genre: Industrial, Rock
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download – Source: store.nin.com

Broken is the debut EP and major label debut by the American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, released on September 22, 1992 by TVT Records, Nothing Records and Interscope Records. It is the band’s second release following their debut studio album Pretty Hate Machine (1989), and consists entirely of new material. Produced by frontman Trent Reznor and Flood, it replaces the synthpop style of Pretty Hate Machine with a considerably heavier sound that would act as a precursor for Nine Inch Nails’ acclaimed second studio album The Downward Spiral (1994).

The music videos that accompanied 5 of the 8 tracks from the EP were widely censored from television airplay due to their disturbing content. Nevertheless, “Wish” won the Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance at the 35th Grammy Awards, and the Woodstock ’94 performance of “Happiness in Slavery” won the same award at the 38th Grammy Awards. Contributing to the band’s growing mainstream success, Broken debuted to generally positive reactions, and peaked at number 7 on the US Billboard 200 chart. A companion remix EP titled Fixed was released in late 1992.

Tracklist:

01. Pinion
02. Wish
03. Last
04. Help Me I Am in Hell
05. Happiness in Slavery
06. Gave Up
07. Physical
08. Suck

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Jun 19

Nine Inch Nails – The Fragile (1999) {2017 Definitive Edition}
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 1:52:47 minutes |2,23 GB | Genre: Industrial, Rock
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download – Source: store.nin.com

The Fragile is the third studio album by the American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, released as a double album on September 21, 1999 by Nothing Records and Interscope Records in the United States and by Island Records in Europe. It was produced by Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor and longtime collaborator Alan Moulder. The Fragile peaked at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart during its debut week, before dropping to number 16 the following week.[1] The album was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on January 4, 2000, denoting shipments of two million copies in the United States.Despite some criticism for its length and lyrical substance,the album received positive reviews from most music critics. The Fragile was promoted with four singles, “The Day the World Went Away”, “We’re in This Together”, “Into the Void” and “Starfuckers, Inc.”

A companion remix album titled Things Falling Apart was released in 2000. In 2016, as part of Nine Inch Nails’ campaign to release all of their albums on vinyl, the band announced an extended instrumental version titled The Fragile: Deviations 1, to be released in 2017.

Tracklist:

01 Somewhat Damaged
02 The Day The World Went Away
03 The Frail
04 The Wretched
05 We’re In This Together
06 The Fragile
07 Just Like You Imagined
08 Even Deeper
09 Pilgrimage
10 No, You Don’t
11 La Mer
12 The Great Below
13 The Way Out Is Through
14 Into The Void
15 Where Is Everybody?
16 The Mark Has Been Made
17 10 Miles High
18 Please
19 Starfuckers, Inc.
20 Complication
21 The New Flesh
22 I’m Looking Forward To Joining You, Finally
23 The Big Come Down
24 Underneath It All
25 Ripe

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Jun 19

Nine Inch Nails – The Downward Spiral (1994) {2017 Definitive Edition}
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 1:05:07 minutes | 1,35 GB | Genre: Industrial, Rock
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download – Source: store.nin.com

The Downward Spiral is the second studio album by the American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, released on March 8, 1994 by Nothing Records and Interscope Records in the United States and by Island Records in Europe. It is a concept album detailing the destruction of a man from the beginning of his “downward spiral” to his attempt at suicide. The Downward Spiral features elements of industrial rock, techno and heavy metal music, in contrast to the band’s synthpop-influenced debut album Pretty Hate Machine (1989), and was produced by Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor and Flood.

The Downward Spiral was conceived after the Lollapalooza 1991 festival tour as a pivot for Reznor’s personal issues and the “negative vibe” felt by the band. Reznor moved to 10050 Cielo Drive, Benedict Canyon, Los Angeles in Beverly Hills, California the following year, where actress Sharon Tate was murdered by members of the Manson Family. It was used as a studio called “Le Pig” for recording Broken and The Downward Spiral with collaborations from other musicians. The album was influenced by late 1970s rock music albums such as David Bowie’s Low and Pink Floyd’s The Wall in particular, and focused on texture and space, avoiding usage of guitars and synthesizers.

Tracklist:

01 – Mr. Self Destruct
02 – Piggy
03 – Heresy
04 – March Of The Pigs
05 – Closer
06 – Ruiner
07 – The Becoming
08 – I Do Not Want This
09 – Big Man With A Gun
10 – A Warm Place
11 – Eraser
12 – Reptile
13 – The Downward Spiral
14 – Hurt

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