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SamApr 12, 2008Its shit. clearly recorded in no time, little effort for origianlity or progression, in danger of sounding like his own cliche. The vocals on year zero were whispered...then none at all on ghosts. RUBBISH. I regret paying $5 for this, AND given how important it is that people do actually pay for music from NIN in future I'm less inclined to WANT TO next time round. I'm sure I heard a sample from Downward Spiral. You can't regurgitate that!! Jesus. Move on and up trent not down and across. NEXT!… Expand
SquiddyM.Apr 12, 2008An awful affront to the senses. If you could take a 10 car pile up and turn it into abstract noise with a rudimentary beat, it would be this album. The tracks are all very similar, and a good most of them are absolute rubbish, which is probably why we've been provided with so many of them. Quality over quantity is what you want from an album, especially when NIN have proven time and again that they are capable of quality works that don't make your ears bleed. Ghosts leaves you with a feeling that just about anyone could have made these tracks, and you can certainly find a lot of better broody instrumentals for free, which begs the question, if Ghosts wasn't NIN, would anyone pay for it? At the end of the day Ghosts fails to satisfy, though if you're into the sound of heavily distorted noise mixed with a dial tone, you may just find it listenable. Everyone else would find their money better spent on a hooker with a venereal disease.… Expand
musicprophetApr 17, 2008NIN are "small time ponks." Every song sounds the frikken same. Only one band can get away with that...AC/DC.