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Wednesday, 29 July 2009


Alicia - Sea Of Ghosts

I've ALWAYS loved your blog but all of this TDS era NINdom in your KINGdom is just too awesome for words. Fuck yeah!


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Awh poor old TJ!

also visited the style diary for bitching and v.good.

Queen Michelle

Alicia that was the last I actually listened to them - from Broken through to The Downward Spiral. But I am catching up on more recent stuff. Currently listening to With Teeth and The Fragile. It's good that he still has that utterly amazing voice.


Boys? Are you kidding? I want to wear leather pants and sheer tops! ;-)


Oh yeah! This is great! Thanks for posting. =D Have a great day. And continue posting wonderful issues..=D

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The Downward Spiral is a truly great album.


I'm loving this revival of NIN love!


luvs it - had to link back to a punk/squat documentary I found few months back! Actually was one of my first posts. Awww - punks cute and funny.

Queen Michelle

I held back for a long time doing music related posts because most people aren't really interested, but the music I listen to is what probably inspires me the most stylistically.
Whilst I have been on this major old skool NIN kick I have spent most of the week in layers of black and dark colours with a distressed silhouette.


ahh my cousin from UK got me into NIN when I was 16 (I'm from New Zealand) and NO ONE I met until I was 18 had heard of Trent!And so began my 'summer of goth'...I wish I could fit my size 10 matt rubber pvc skinny fit trousers again!sob...


I totally got "re-into" NIN last winter. It just came over me after watching their Woodstock performance on YouTube. I almost forgot how AWESOME they are. I had to blow the dust off some old cd's, while downloading the new ones.

Alicia - Sea Of Ghosts

His vocals have actually really improved with age. While I don't think he'll ever repeat the brilliance of TDS or Broken, his newer music has an unusual futuristic minimalism to it that's quite his own.

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