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Nine Inch Nails Release Instrumental Versions of ‘The Fragile,’ ‘With Teeth’ on Apple Music | SPIN

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Nine Inch Nails Release Instrumental Versions of ‘The Fragile,’ ‘With Teeth’ on Apple Music

Trent Reznor shares old outtakes on the new streaming service

Colin Joyce // June 30, 2015 Share < br />this article: CREDIT: Photo by Ian Witlen

Trent Reznor has been intimately involved in the creative side of Apple’s new music streaming service since its infancy, and now that it’s launched he’s shared a few special surprises exclusive to Apple Music. As he’s mentioned in a few interviews this morning, he released a previously unheard instrumental version of Nine Inch Nails’ The Fragile, the original of which was SPIN’s Best Album of 1999. But in addition, the frontman/composer also unleashed a similar outtake collection for the band’s 2005 album With Teeth. You can listen to both over at Apple Music. For more on the service—including a brief chat with Reznor himself—read SPIN’s assessment of what works and what doesn’t.

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