Nine Inch Nails' "Pretty Hate Machine" Available on Rykodisc

Ground-Breaking Album Available Again After Long Absence From U.S. Stores

By Jessica Ricci for Marketwire on October 27, 2005

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 10/27/2005 -- "Pretty Hate Machine," Nine Inch Nails' landmark debut album, will be reissued on Rykodisc on November 22, 2005. The album, which has been out of print for several years, is once again available in the U.S. Originally released in 1989, the innovative "Pretty Hate Machine" revolutionized Industrial music and fostered Nine Inch Nails' rabid fan base. Featuring the radio and club hits "Head Like A Hole" and "Down In It," "Pretty Hate Machine" is responsible for bringing Nine Inch Nails and the Industrial sound out of the underground and into the mainstream.
Track Listing:
Head Like A Hole
Terrible Lie
Down In It
Something I Can Never Have
Kinda I Want To
That's What I Get
The Only Time
About Rykodisc:

Founded in 1983, Rykodisc was the world's first CD-only label and the company that 're-invented the re-issue.' Rykodisc is headquartered in New York City, has offices in the UK, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania, and is active in over fifty countries. The Rykodisc vault spans over one thousand albums including the Frank Zappa catalog as well as the Penalty, Hannibal and Tradition labels. For additional information on Rykodisc and its artists, please visit www.rykodisc.com.

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