Nine Inch Nails: Closure Reviews
either way its a great set
The second part is Nine Inch Nails' complete video's up to 1997 and while not as enthralling as the Self Destruct documentary, it still shows a brilliant band at its most creative. The video's range from the extremely dark and gory (Happiness In Slavery, Pinion) to the near pornographic (Sin), to the just plain weird (Closer, Help Me I Am In Hell) to the horribly cheesy (the painful Down In It), to the ultra gothic arthouse (The Perfect Drug). All in all it's a great set of video's and a great example of the band up to that point.
While I personally feel And All That Could Have Been is the better of Nine Inch Nails' video outputs, this is a close second and a perfect time capsule of the first part of the career of one of history's greatest, most brilliant, most interesting bands.
but more of a complation of footage of NIN
you want to see the videography?
this is thoe ONLY place you will find good quality versions and you will not find it on dvd.......yet
I was lucky enough to help shoot some of the film in this picture under Peter Christopherson. It was a lot of fun, and Trent turned out to be a great guy.