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Six song EP featuring remixes of songs from the NIN gold release With Teeth. Remixers include Photek (Gwen Stefani, Bjork, Goldie), Richard X (The Bravery, Depeche Mode) & Sam Fox/Carlos D (of Interpol), ELP, and DFA. Interscope. 2006.

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  1. Every Day Is Exactly The Same 4:55$1.29  Buy MP3 
  2. The Hand That Feeds (DFA Remix) 8:58$1.29  Buy MP3 
  3. The Hand That Feeds (Photek Straight Remix) 7:43$1.29  Buy MP3 
  4. Only (El-P Remix) [Explicit] 4:19$1.29  Buy MP3 
  5. Only (Richard X Remix) [Explicit] 7:23$1.29  Buy MP3 
  6. Every Day Is Exactly The Same (Sam Fog vs. Carlos D. Main Mix) 5:03$1.29  Buy MP3 

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 4, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: EP
  • Label: Nothing
  • ASIN: B000ETRBCM
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #113,084 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Ferguson-Maltzman on April 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Nine Inch Nails remix albums and singles can be hit or miss. Halo 21 "Everyday is Exactly the Same" is pretty good, if a little underwhelming.

The actual single ""Everyday is Exactly the Same" is superb and one of the strongest songs from the "With Teeth" (2005) album. With its synth-heavy industrial backbone, the song easily lends itself to a dance-remix, which sounds hauntingly cool (Sam Fog vs. Carlos D Mix). Elsewhere on the single there are industrial/dance-remixes of past singles "Only" and "The Hand that Feeds." While all of these remixes sound good, "The Hand that Feeds" remixes are available elsewhere on past singles, and their inclusion here seems to serve only as filler.

It's understandable why more songs from "With Teeth" weren't remixed in the same club-mix way that these three singles are, as the whole "With Teeth" album is, overall, more rock, less industrial leaning. Still, there are a few other songs like "Sunspots" and "Beside you in time" that could have lent themselves to some interesting interpretations. It also would have been great it the outstanding tracks "Home" and "Right Where it Belongs" (version 2.0) (both on the "With Teeth" import) had been included. This CD is labeled as a "With Teeth Remix EP" but it falls short in that regard. Past remix albums "Further Down the Spiral" and "Things Fall Apart" served as companion pieces to the studio albums and are far superior in content to this so-called "Remix EP."

In short, the actual remixes on this single are all captivating and intriguing, but the inclusion of past singles and lack of new remixes for other songs is a bit disappointing.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Anthony J. Venezia on September 19, 2006
Format: Audio CD
When I first heard about the import version, I was curious as to what the "Dub Instrumental" mix of THTF was. I figured that it was an all-instrumental version of the Dub Mix, and searched around various forums to confirm this, but couldn't find anything.

I bit the bullet, and picked it up last week. As it turns out, The Hand That Feeds (Dub Instrumental Mix) is the exact same track, vocals and everything, as the Dub mix from the Hand That Feeds single -- it's not a new track.

Only die-hard fans are going to want to get this EP, and if you're a die-hard fan, you should already have all these tracks. Save yourself $20 and pick up the US version instead -- there's nothing to see here.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Stack VINE VOICE on April 4, 2006
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"Every Day is Exactly the Same" is the third single from Nine Inch Nails' "With Teeth". Like the previous two singles, this one is admittedly a bit lacking in value, but there's enough material on here to warrant consideration.

The single itself is built on throbbing synthesizers and rhythms, a chugging, groaning guitar at the chorus, and a great vocal over the top. The single closes with a remix of the same piece (credited as the "Sam Fog vs. Carlos D Mix"). The remix intersperses the backing track verses and choruses against each other with dub style chorus echoes rather than an actual vocal. It's an ok remix, all things being even.

The other b-sides (are they still b-sides on CD?) are two remixes each of "The Hand That Feeds" and "Only". The "Hand That Feeds" remixes both came from earlier singles and neither is particularly exciting. The "DFA Mix" is essentially 9 minutes of techno pop beats with an odd panting sample used to remix the song, the "Photek Straight Mix" is nearly 8 minutes of loud guitars and a rock beat. Neither is really interesting, and it's likely anyone reading this already has them.

The two mixes of "Only" are a bit more intriguing, however, and pair nicely. The "El-P mix" is probably the most interesting thing on a "With Teeth" era single-- it separates the vocal from the (massively slowed) backing track and leaves the vocal arhythmically associated with the music. This makes for a rather stunning contrast. The "Richard X mix" is more of a straight techno reading, but it does contrast nicely with the exotic "El-P mix".

Bottom line, it's not fantastic, certainly not of the quality of "The Downward Spiral" singles, but this one is probably worth investigation.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Zen Station on October 4, 2006
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It might disappoint "halo collectors" when they get a hold of this, seeing as some remixes previously appeared on other singles. However, this is much cheaper and considering I wasn't big on "With Teeth", I'm surprised how much I enjoyed this.

The title track is one of the great tracks on "With Teeth". While not the straightforward, anthemic "The Hand That Feeds" or the electro-funk "Only", it stands out in its own way. It's sort of a slow-burner, but with a nice melody. The DFA remix of "The Hand That Feeds" is worth the price of this thing. It is quite the contrast of the original, this one being much more of an electro track. If you like DFA stuff like LCD Soundsystem, I think you'll enjoy the remix. Sure, it's kind of lengthy, but that ain't such a bad thing. The other remix is sort of just an extended mix of the original, although focusing more on instrumental parts of the song.

The El-P remix of "Only" is also another great one here. It gives the song an awesome trip-hop feel, which I think fits better for the spoken word first verse than the actual song itself. It's a lot of fun to listen to. The other remix of the song is okay. And then there's the awesome "Sam Fog vs. Carlos D." remix of "Every Day...", which is quite an enjoyable track. The remix is kind of interesting, although I have never thought of the song as anything I'd dance to or would.

It isn't the greatest NIN single/album, but the best we could expect. It makes me optimistic about the future of NIN since I wasn't actually as consistently impressed with a lot of the recent stuff, in spite my love for the first four albums (esp. "The Fragile") and the live performance I saw last year. I recommend it if you are a NIN fan. Not quite as good as the "Downward Spiral" singles, but it's just about as good.
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