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Nine Inch Nails - Came Back Haunted CD (album) cover

CAME BACK HAUNTED

Nine Inch Nails

 

Crossover Prog

2.29 | 9 ratings

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memowakeman
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2 stars This is just a single that came out from Nine Inch Nails' last studio album "Hesitation Marks", released in 2013. For those who already know the band (project), can figure out what kind of music you will find here, in this wonderful song called "Came Back Haunted" which happens to be my favorite one from the album above mentioned.

However, the single does not feature anything extra, it is just the song, no mixes, no b-sides, so it is like listening to a radio hit but with a single release. In other words, this might be only for those die-hard NIN fans who collect everything, or to curious people who find it cheap and does not harm their record collection. It is worth mentioning that there is a video clip of the song, directed by David Lynch, so the tension and darkness are included here, as well as the great electronic, industrial music with the fabulous Reznor's voice.

Though the song itself is wonderful, I adore it, I think this single should have contained more tracks, or something that would complement it and make it stronger.

memowakeman | 2/5 |

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