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coil nin recoiled
Artist: Coil / Nine Inch Nails
Title: Recoiled
Genre: Experimental/ Industrial/ Post-Industrial/ Noise/ Electronic
Release Date: 24th February 2013
Label: Cold Spring Records

Album Review

“These were the unrestrained PRE- BIG studio- mix downs, of four songs which long time Coil admirer / collaborator Trent Reznor requested Coil to remix. Reznor sent over the original multi-tracks and DATs to Hyde / Christopherson, who independently mixed versions and then met to synch both creations, moulding them into these master versions. ‘Recoiled’ includes a fuller, more opulent version of the track ‘Closer’, which eventually made it onto the opening credits to the movie ‘SE7EN’. These 5 lengthy compositions (just under 40 minutes) are pre-Ableton / laptop generation type priest song creations, with the use of baby alarms and numerous wires to create bespoke effects.”

That’s what the promo says (actually it says a bit more of the self-congratulatory kind). It is indeed so. I don’t even have to add anything to the aforementioned description but this; if you’re going to listen to it on your mobile, or some lame pc speakers, don’t even bother buying it as obviously there is a significant loss to the robustness of the sound.


01. Gave Up (Open my Eyes)
02. Closer (Unrecalled)
03. The Downward Spiral (A Glided Sickness)
04. Eraser (Reduction)
05. Eraser (Baby Alarm Remix)


Trent Reznor
Peter Christoperson
Danny Hyde
Jhonn Balance

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coil nin recoiled


Music: 9
Sound: 10
Total: 9.5 / 10

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