In busy anticipation of the Nine Inch nails shows and regeneration, Trent Reznor has done all of us a solid and given out a series of videos, one a long-form documentary and the other a video for "The Becoming," which is from the And All That Could Have Been release. He also mentions casually mentions the videos for “Something I Can Never Have” and “Gone, Still” while saying that "This version of the song is from NIN’s rare and out-of-print companion album And All That Could Have Been . Still. Although the standalone Still CD often sells used for marked up prices on eBay and Amazon, most people don’t realize we still have some stock from the original run in our store for $9.99."
Nine Inch Nails: "Closure" part one: Self Destruct
Nine Inch Nails: "The Becoming" (Still)
Nine Inch Nails: "Something I Can Never Have" (Still)
Nine Inch Nails: "Gone, Still"
Also included is a documentary from the Self Destruct tour that happened from 1994 through 1996. It was originally issued on VHS, remember those? The 8-tracks of video. Trent Reznor posted it to the NIN Tumblr along with this quote: "A documentary of Nine Inch Nails’ 1994-1996 “Self Destruct” tour, including concert and behind-the-scenes footage. Part one of the 1997 “Closure” VHS. Includes NSFW content." Which pretty much makes everyone want to watch it work to see what they're missing, right?
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