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  • Considered the breakthrough album that delivered a more palatable version of industrial music to the commercial audience, Pretty Hate Machine left its dingy mark on pop culture. The abrasive "sonarchy" of the album was first churned by despondent club-goers who roiled with the rhythms and aligned with the angst-ridden convictions/5().
  • Pretty Hate Machine, the first Nine Inch Nails album, was released on 18 October , as Halo 2 and featured three singles: Halo 1: “Down in It” Halo 3: “Head Like a Hole”.
  • Jan 01,  · First month free. Pretty Hate Machine is the debut studio album by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, released by TVT Records on October 20, The album consists of reworked tracks /5().
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  • Nine Inch Nails song lyrics for album Pretty Hate Machine. Tracks: Head like a hole, Terrible lie, Down it all, Sanctified, Something i can never have, Kinda i want to, Sin, That's what i get, The only time.
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  • Aug 23,  · The first industrial album to hit the mainstream, Nine Inch Nails' PRETTY HATE MACHINE, keeps the dance beats going, but adds an element of teenage angst to the lyrics -- which goes a long way in explaining its popularity. Clubs in the early 90s couldn't escape "Head Like a Hole" or, to a lesser extent, "Down In It."/5().
  • The disc was eventually destroyed from years of playing and being shuffled through CD cases, but the album is etched inside me, and on my computer, along with the rest of the Nine Inch Nails catalogue. I still listen to Pretty Hate Machine (“The Only Time” is my go-to karaoke song) and no matter how many times I play it, it never fails to bring my cells to life, to make me feel excited, to remind me it’s possible .