Nine Inch Nails

Trent Reznor’s industrial outfit defined a generation of music, and, thanks to his melodic sensibility, brought the previously underground movement to the masses. Multi-talented songwriter, producer and musician Reznor has remained the one constant creative force in the band, performing the majority of the instrumentation for his albums in the studio, while employing a rotating cast of musicians for live shows.

Initially based in Cleveland, the artist began performing shows under the pseudonym Nine Inch Nails, recording his first demo in the late ’80s. It wasn’t long before he attracted interest from record labels, and his debut, Pretty Hate Machine, was released in 1989. A critical and commercial triumph, widely driven by word of mouth, the album was embraced by the burgeoning alt-rock scene, its success driven by singles “Sin,” “Down in It,” and, one of NIN’s most popular hits, “Head Like a Hole.” Pretty Hate Machine went on to sell over four million copies, and had the distinction of being one of the first albums on an independent label to be certified Platinum by the RIAA. Following a long run on the road, including a slot on the 1991 Lollapalooza festival, Nine Inch Nails’ follow-up was eagerly anticipated by a legion of fans; they weren’t disappointed. 1994’s The Downward Spiral solidified Trent Reznor as a musical tour de force.

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In 1957, at the height of his success, Little Richard suddenly quit his rock career after a tour of Australia.

He claimed that a vision of the apocalypse came to him in a dream, and that he saw his own damnation. In his authorized biography he tells a story of a plane flight during which the overheated engines appeared in the darkness of night to be on fire. He prayed to God and promised that if the plane landed safely he would change his ways.



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