Nine Inch Nails gives 2005 album, With Teeth, a vinyl reissue
Features a slightly tweaked tracklist.
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14 years after they dropped With Teeth, Nine Inch Nails are reissuing a “definitive version” of the record on vinyl.
With Teeth, which debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, was originally released on CD and vinyl, with the latter limited to only a single pressing.
The new twin-LP release will feature remastered audio, “meticulously prepared” by frontman Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Nine Inch Nails art director John Crawford. Like the original vinyl, the tracklist of this release differs slightly from the CD version. Home has been moved up from the end of the album to right after Sunspots while The Hand That Feeds (Ruff Mix) and Right Where It Belongs V2 have been left out.
In other news, Reznor and Ross have also announced that they will issue an extended edition of their score for Netflix’s Bird Box. Bird Box / Null Extended 09 was originally released as an abridged version earlier this year. The reissue will come as a quad-LP box set with over two hours of music originally created during the scoring sessions for the Sandra Bullock film.
Both Reznor and Ross were also recently awarded a Country Music Association Award for Lil Nas X’s Old Town Road. The hit single, which took home the prize for Musical Event of the Year, featured a sample of Nine Inch Nails’ 34 Ghosts IV off the Ghosts I-IV record.
With Teeth and Bird Box / Null Extended 09 are now available for purchase.
More information at nin.com.