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Hurt (Nine Inch Nails Cover) - Communic - The Bottom Deep - Bonus Disc (Acetate)


Label: Nuclear Blast - none • Format: Acetate acetate cd-r • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal
Hurt (Nine Inch Nails Cover) - Communic - The Bottom Deep - Bonus Disc (Acetate)

 · Q: Who is the founder and leader of industrial rock band, 'Nine Inch Nails'? A: Trent Reznor Q: Which American family band had a top 10 hit with the song 'Crush On You'? A: The Jets Q: The song "Caramelldansen" is commonly mistaken as a Japanese song, what language is the song actually sung in? A: Swedish.

 · The PDF book will point you in the right direction, the sites I used and importantly the web addresses that they can be located at. Although it concentrates on the best bootlegs I have downloaded in the last six years, the same sites and addresses used are where the bootlegs in the greatest listing originated from. The posts #1 to # were mostly made from downloads prior to

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Written by Eddie Rabbit and Dick Heard, the single was double crossover for The King. Peaking at #16 on the Hot , “Kentucky Rain” placed at #3 on the Adult Contemporary chart and at #31 on the Country chart. The song was recorded in Memphis in and featured Ronnie Milsap on piano. YouTube.

 · When Nine Inch Nails toured with David Bowie in , Reznor was accused of letting his image be co-opted by a has-been. But it was farsighted of Reznor to align Nine Inch Nails with a legend, further distancing himself from the cliche that industrial rock had become.

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3 Replies to “Hurt (Nine Inch Nails Cover) - Communic - The Bottom Deep - Bonus Disc (Acetate)”

  1. Sorry I'm late. I've received so may requests to do this one and I heard ya. Trent Reznor wrote it. Johnny Cash/Rick Rubin covered it. I tried to do somethi.

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