Tuesday, January 22, 2002 @ 1:19 PM
Check out this scorchin’ live
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It has never been easy to capture the excitement of a rock concert or the feeling of the crowd on album or video. And when the expectations are especially high — like when the tour sells out all 43 shows and is named "Best Tour 2000" by Rolling Stone’s critics — it might seem impossible. Which is why, when nine inch nails mastermind Trent Reznor wanted to document NIN’s "Fragility v2.0" U.S. tour, he decided to take matters into his own hands. The results are the first-ever live album and first-ever DVD from Nine Inch Nails, titled And All That Could Have Been.
The And All That Could Have Been DVD/VHS, produced by Reznor with Rob Sheridan directing, contains eighteen songs which recreate the Fragility concert experience from beginning to end, using video footage collected over the course of the entire U.S. tour. The DVD/VHS was shot, edited and produced digitally, using Apple hardware and software.
Check out this scorchin’ live version of “Head Like A Hole” from the DVD version of And All That Could Have Been (Nothing Records).