So instead, we're looking back at what might have been left behind while Trent Reznor's embraced technology and forward-thinking.
I am proud to announce that we have made a deal with CD manufacturers in Germany and Switzerland to release Halo 28: 1,000,000 - a three part slimcase CD imported from Europe.
***update*** I can't say where I got it from, but we received a 40 second sample of 1,000,000 (version) after posting the news. Our source says the final track time is well over nine minutes long.
The track listing is as follows:
1) 1,000,000 (album version)
2) 1,000,000 (version) (sample)
1,000,000 pt 3:
1) 1,000,000 (radio edit)
2) 1,000,000 (live at rehearsal)
Additionally, there is a very limited release 12" promo vinyl edition of the single...
side a) 1,000,000 (album version)
side b) 1,000,000 (Lilly Allen club mix)
I haven't heard the remixes yet, but chances are the b-side of the vinyl is going to be the best of the bunch. We're working on finding out who mixed the (version) on Halo 28 pt 2, and sources are leaning toward the same people who did the (edit) mix of Every Day Is Exactly The Same on that card slipcase German edition of the single.
Each CD should be available for £18.99, and we are looking at a release date of June 8, 2009. We would like to thank Universal Music Group for being totally awesome in helping us out on this project, we've put a LOT of work into it, and hope you enjoy. ~@~