Nine Inch Nails: Christmas Remixes

From Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
m (Reverted edit(s) of 39.213.23.176 (talk) to last version by Featured User)
 
Line 1: Line 1:
{{[[PAGENAME]]}}
+
[[Image:NIN_christmas_front_copy.jpg|right|thumb|500px|NIN HALO 23 Christmas Remixes front cover. The album cover has been widely criticized for featured Trent Reznor II instead of [[Trent Reznor]], and for using artwork from Nine Inch Nails 2's ''[WITH TEETH]''.]]
<br>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas euismod faucibus eros vitae consectetur. Morbi pharetra metus non felis tincidunt nec ullamcorper tortor dictum. Cras tincidunt vulputate justo, sit amet blandit risus pharetra in. Mauris aliquam nulla ac massa sollicitudin hendrerit. Vestibulum id est at quam faucibus commodo. Aliquam cursus dui in quam molestie suscipit. Integer augue orci, dignissim sed convallis non, molestie a lectus. Duis dignissim nulla dui, non dapibus nisl. Maecenas convallis convallis massa, nec facilisis dui varius ac. Pellentesque a feugiat erat. Mauris metus massa, suscipit sagittis viverra quis, luctus quis diam. Mauris elit magna, tincidunt in commodo et, laoreet eget purus. Pellentesque odio arcu, dictum et scelerisque nec, fermentum non nunc. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas euismod faucibus eros vitae consectetur. Morbi pharetra metus non felis tincidunt nec ullamcorper tortor dictum. Cras tincidunt vulputate justo, sit amet blandit risus pharetra in. Mauris aliquam nulla ac massa sollicitudin hendrerit. Vestibulum id est at quam faucibus commodo. Aliquam cursus dui in quam molestie suscipit. Integer augue orci, dignissim sed convallis non, molestie a lectus. Duis dignissim nulla dui, non dapibus nisl. Maecenas convallis convallis massa, nec facilisis dui varius ac. Pellentesque a feugiat erat. Mauris metus massa, suscipit sagittis viverra quis, luctus quis diam. Mauris elit magna, tincidunt in commodo et, laoreet eget purus. Pellentesque odio arcu, dictum et scelerisque nec, fermentum non nunc. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas euismod faucibus eros vitae consectetur. Morbi pharetra metus non felis tincidunt nec ullamcorper tortor dictum. Cras tincidunt vulputate justo, sit amet blandit risus pharetra in. Mauris aliquam nulla ac massa sollicitudin hendrerit. Vestibulum id est at quam faucibus commodo. Aliquam cursus dui in quam molestie suscipit. Integer augue orci, dignissim sed convallis non, molestie a lectus. Duis dignissim nulla dui, non dapibus nisl. Maecenas convallis convallis massa, nec facilisis dui varius ac. Pellentesque a feugiat erat. Mauris metus massa, suscipit sagittis viverra quis, luctus quis diam. Mauris elit magna, tincidunt in commodo et, laoreet eget purus. Pellentesque odio arcu, dictum et scelerisque nec, fermentum non nunc.
+
'''Happy_Birthday_Jesus: The Nine Inch Nails [[Christmas]] Remixes EP''' (HALO 23), is a 2006 posthumous bootleg remix extended play (EP) by the American heavy metal band [[Nine Inch Nails]]. Recorded at Nothing Studios in November [[1996]] by [[Trent Reznor]], whilst he was working as what he claimed himself to be a "[[Cum|jizz mopper]] for the strip-club next door." It was released as a CD on December 1, 2006 by Interscope Records (whom NIN signed to in 1995 for a nine-album contract, but none of their albums were released in that label after disbanding in 1997).
  +
  +
Only 20 copies of the prototype version of the EP are known to exist. They are currently selling on eBay in the upwards of $70,000 USD. The sound is brighter (and in some cases happier) than that of the final versions of the songs on the original albums. Several songs feature bongo drumming and banjo work throughout as well as a heavier use of samples from films such as ''Scrooge'' and ''It's a Terrible Life''. "''I Want to Fuck you like a Reindeer''" is a sung Homoly of retro techno significance with a joyful spiritual chorus by the south-side [[Chicago]] women's gospel choir, [[Nobody Cares|You Don't Know Me]].
  +
  +
The "Hurt" remix is actually the original version of the song "Hurt" from the Downward Spiral but was replaced due to the album being delayed for release until after Christmas. A version of it is available on ''The Downward Spiral Deluxe Edition'' as track number #1,225 on disk 2. The entire album utilizes segues leading each track into the next. Includes a special 34 second long bonus track at the end of Trent [[masturbating]] to Goth Lucy on [[Charlie Brown]]'s Christmas.
  +
  +
Critical reception of the album was strongly negative, with the majority of them panning it for its reliance on [[Christmas]] themes. The EP debuted at number two on the ''Billboard 200'', behind [[James Blunt]]'s ''Back to Bedlamb'' debut studio album.<ref>''Billboard 200 2006''</ref>
  +
  +
[[Image:NIN_back_copy.jpg|right|thumb|500px|NIN HALO 23 Christmas Remixes BACK]]
  +
  +
==Track listing==
  +
#Terrible Lie (Santa Version) – 2:21
  +
#Head Like a Kaiser Roll - 5:31
  +
#Mr. Elf Construct - 5:16
  +
#I Want to Fuck you like a Reindeer – 20:15
  +
#Hanukkah is not Enough - 4:48
  +
#Hurt (Santa Epiphany Version) – 4:39
  +
#All The Presents In The World – 2:57
  +
#Big Man With A Christmas Tree – 5:48
  +
  +
==References==
  +
{{reflist|2}}
  +
  +
[[Category:Albums]]

Latest revision as of 08:46, July 5, 2012

NIN christmas front copy
NIN HALO 23 Christmas Remixes front cover. The album cover has been widely criticized for featured Trent Reznor II instead of Trent Reznor, and for using artwork from Nine Inch Nails 2's [WITH TEETH].

Happy_Birthday_Jesus: The Nine Inch Nails Christmas Remixes EP (HALO 23), is a 2006 posthumous bootleg remix extended play (EP) by the American heavy metal band Nine Inch Nails. Recorded at Nothing Studios in November 1996 by Trent Reznor, whilst he was working as what he claimed himself to be a "jizz mopper for the strip-club next door." It was released as a CD on December 1, 2006 by Interscope Records (whom NIN signed to in 1995 for a nine-album contract, but none of their albums were released in that label after disbanding in 1997).

Only 20 copies of the prototype version of the EP are known to exist. They are currently selling on eBay in the upwards of $70,000 USD. The sound is brighter (and in some cases happier) than that of the final versions of the songs on the original albums. Several songs feature bongo drumming and banjo work throughout as well as a heavier use of samples from films such as Scrooge and It's a Terrible Life. "I Want to Fuck you like a Reindeer" is a sung Homoly of retro techno significance with a joyful spiritual chorus by the south-side Chicago women's gospel choir, You Don't Know Me.

The "Hurt" remix is actually the original version of the song "Hurt" from the Downward Spiral but was replaced due to the album being delayed for release until after Christmas. A version of it is available on The Downward Spiral Deluxe Edition as track number #1,225 on disk 2. The entire album utilizes segues leading each track into the next. Includes a special 34 second long bonus track at the end of Trent masturbating to Goth Lucy on Charlie Brown's Christmas.

Critical reception of the album was strongly negative, with the majority of them panning it for its reliance on Christmas themes. The EP debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, behind James Blunt's Back to Bedlamb debut studio album.[1]

NIN back copy
NIN HALO 23 Christmas Remixes BACK

edit Track listing

  1. Terrible Lie (Santa Version) – 2:21
  2. Head Like a Kaiser Roll - 5:31
  3. Mr. Elf Construct - 5:16
  4. I Want to Fuck you like a Reindeer – 20:15
  5. Hanukkah is not Enough - 4:48
  6. Hurt (Santa Epiphany Version) – 4:39
  7. All The Presents In The World – 2:57
  8. Big Man With A Christmas Tree – 5:48

edit References

  1. Billboard 200 2006
Personal tools
projects