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Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts I-IV
Reviewed by Fabryka Music Magazine on . Ghosts I-IV is a set of songs which demand a full concentration. Those songs may not touch ones while the others can sink into the alpha state of dreaming and sail along with the tunes far away. The musicians used a whole spectrum of instruments, having dulcimer and marimba (a kind of a xylophone used in f.e. traditional African music) amongst all. This mixture turns out really interesting, tho music magazines and stores will have a problem where to put new NIN CDs to. To me they sound more ambient then any time before.
Albums reviewed: Pretty Hate Machine, Head Like A Hole, Sin, Down In It, The Downward Spiral, Broken EP, Fixed, Further Down The Spiral, The Slip, With Teeth, Ghosts I-IV, Still, Things Falling Apart, And All That Could Have Been, We're In This Together, The Fragile, Closer, March of The Pigs, Survivalism, Year Zero, Where Darkness Doubles Where Light Pours In (NIN + Bauhaus Bootleg)