Trent Reznor, founder of Nine Inch Nails (NIN) began creating music early in his life and cites his Pennsylvanian childhood as an early influence. Hi provided what some have called "grim and gripping" music throughout the nineties. He is a loner who likes to express himself in his individualistic and creative style. He has also contributed to Marilyn Manson. Reznor says that music was his means of escaping a small town life. A man who courts controversy, Reznor moved into the Cielo Drive Mansion, site of The Manson Family murders of 1969, to record his NIN album The Downward Spiral, which he says he chose because of location - not because of the murders. Reznor was on self destruct and even though he had fall outs with many people in the music industry, he kept and built a legion of fans. This is not a music recording by the artist or record company and sound quality may vary. His aggression is evident in songs such as hate and his fight for individualism is evident in his music. In this exclusive audiobiography we get a personal insight into what motivates him, how he is inspired and the driving force he has in his battle to produce great music. Fans, Collectors and music historians will, without doubt, be inspired by Reznors clear musical vision.
Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nail: A Rockview Audiobiography recounts the rise of this world-renowned music phenomenon. Gain a fuller picture of this talented artist and his Grammy Award-winning band Nine Inch Nails - with intelligent interviews conducted by Hans Kunnsa, John Brown, and Hanna Bauer.
Delve into this personal history of Trent Reznor. Hear from him about his career, from his entry into the music industry in the late 1980's to the creation of the Nine Inch Nails - his acclaimed industrial rock band - and some of the controversies surrounding it.
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amazing old skewl interview. with the time!!!
- Jonathon M. Hritz