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200) The Downward Spiral

Nine Inch Nails

Posted Nov 01, 2003 12:00 AM

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"When I rented the place, I didn't realize it was that house," claimed NIN's Trent Reznor about recording Spiral in the one-time home of Manson-family victim Sharon Tate. Despite "a million electrical disturbances," Reznor made the most successful album of his career. While Spiral has its share of Reznor's trademark industrial corrosiveness, it is balanced by the tentatively hopeful "Hurt" and soundscapes inspired by David Bowie's Low.

Total album sales: 4 million

Peak chart position: 2

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