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  • Vinyl (September 3, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2014
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN: B00D8HNQZI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (352 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,910 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. The Eater of Dreams
2. Copy of a
3. Came Back Haunted
4. Find My Way
5. All Time Low
6. Disappointed
7. Everything
Disc: 2
1. Satellite
2. Various Methods of Escape
3. Running
4. I Would For You
5. In Two
6. While I'm Still Here
7. Black Noise

Editorial Reviews

Hesitation Marks is the new full-length album from Nine Inch Nails. Recorded in secret over the last year, Trent Reznor teamed with producers Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder to create the first new music from Nine Inch Nails in five years. Includes lead single "Came Back Haunted."

The vinyl edition is pressed on two black 180 gram LPs housed in a gatefold jacket and includes a CD insert of the album.

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This album even has the potential to gain many new NIN fans.
robhartjr
For all those die hard NIN fans out there, I really hope you all give this album a chance as it's well worth the listen.
M. Hartman
It sounds a little bit like a pop song, but the rest of the album makes me forget that track is even there.
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294 of 345 people found the following review helpful By Philip Atherton on September 3, 2013
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Trent Reznor should just release an album with a new title, new artwork, and new song titles. But instead of actual new material, it should all just be the songs from The Downward Spiral.

It can be called There You Go, ****heads.

After all, it's what everyone wants.

I remember the day I bought The Downward Spiral. My first thought after hearing it was, 'This sounds nothing like Broken'. And I returned it the next day when you could do those kinds of things.

But eventually this is what I came to love about Trent 'Expect the Unexpected' Reznor. I picked up The Downward Spiral six months later after the singles grew on me, and now it's one of my favorite albums. And now I know that when I pick up a new Nine Inch Nails album, it's not going to sound like anything he did before.

There are several things Trent Reznor does better than most musicians. He doesn't replicate himself. He always tries something new. He is neither ahead of his time, dated, or keeping up with trends: he has his own sound that is always evolving and difficult for copycats to keep up with. And has anyone seen the instruments he uses to make his music? I never knew what the hell a swarmatron was until Trent Reznor started using one.

Hesitation Marks does not disappoint. Somehow he managed to throw his listeners off his scent once more. You're probably already familiar with the singles from the album, and I believe the reception that 'Everything' has received has been undeservingly negative. It's not what it appears to be on the surface. And many of the songs on Hesitation Marks are similar in that way.

I think we live in a time where a track by track breakdown is unnecessary. You can listen to the samples. You can hear everything on YouTube.
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52 of 68 people found the following review helpful By robhartjr on September 3, 2013
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Nine Inch Nails are one of the few more hardcore bands that manage to stay relevant and greatly artistic at the same time. I admit after the release of "The Slip" and the Ghosts, I thought NIN were done with making full albums. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross started doing musical scores for movies which were amazing, earning them an Oscar win that was well deserved. But in their absense from NIN music I started listening to all kinds of other types of music. I even started listening to more calm bands and even some poppy indie bands. I also ventured into some Hip Hop since then and I don't regret that. This album can be seen as a comeback because "The Slip", though a full length album, was released for free as a gift to fans. But Trent did release the album physically for those who wanted to actually own the album. That album was great, but still didn't feel like a REAL NIN album just because of its release method. Also around that time the "Ghosts" were gradually released the same way and though they were haunting and beautiful instrumentals, I wanted something more. So there was an absence for 5 years before I finally heard that NIN were releasing a new album in the traditional manner and on a major label again. Not that the label matters, but it just felt more official to me! The release of the lead single "Came Back Haunted" was a welcoming sound to my ears. I haven't heard hard rock/industrial sounds this good in years. Then the albums title was released. It had the same edgy dark theme as "The Downward Spiral" and I couldn't wait. Now it's finally here! It was well worth the wait and money. Here is a track by track review.

1. The Eater of Dreams: Short but haunting instrumental intro. Its okay for me, but I've had enough instrumentals after the Ghosts.
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60 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Ferguson-Maltzman on September 3, 2013
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When Trent Reznor embarked on his "Wave Goodbye" tour four years ago, many fans wondered if the mastermind behind such landmark albums as "Pretty Hate Machine," (1989) "The Downward Spiral"(1994) "The Fragile," (1999) and "Year Zero" (2007) was retiring the name Nine Inch Nails for good. While NIN was inactive at the dawn of the second decade of the twenty-first century, the same could not be said for Reznor. 2010 saw Reznor form How to Destroy Angels with longtime collaborator Atticus Ross and wife Mariqueen Maandig who thus far have released two EPs and an excellent debut album this year with "Welcome Oblivion" (2013). Reznor and Ross also received accolades, awards and award nomination for their film scores "The Social Network" (2010) and "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" (2011).

While NIN fans have no doubt enjoyed these projects, Trent Reznor's best work has always been with his flagship project Nine Inch Nails and fans no doubt longed for a new NIN album. Reznor's fans rejoiced and it came as a bit of a shock when Reznor announced earlier this year that he had been recording a new Nine Inch Nails album in secret. With the aid of such gifted musicians as Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham and King Crinson's Adrian Belew, Nine Inch Nails are back with the triumphant "Hesitation Marks" (2013) the first NIN album since "The Slip" (2008).

"Wave goodbye," "I am free" Reznor sings joyfully on the album's seventh track "Everything," which tells us that Trent is definitely not the same man that he was in 1994 or even 2005, and has indeed become "something else." A married father, clean and sober, productive and positive, the Trent Reznor of 2013 is not the frustrated, tortured artist that he's always been known as.
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