Reznor Vs Reissue Plan

(Audio Aggression) The rights to the 1989 Nine Inch Nails debut, Pretty Hate Machine, were recently bought by indie label Rykodisc after TVT Records defaulted in a loan. Rykodisc plans to re-release the album on November 22nd and NIN front-man Trent Reznor isn't exactly happy about it. In an interview with the Toronto Sun he said, "...I've got Ryko asking me if I'd like to do a deluxe version. Yeah, I would. I would like to have a 5.1 version. I'll redo the packaging. Everything. But I'm not doing it for free. They're not willing to pay, so they put out whatever they put out. That's it." [see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story

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