#3
My only concern with it is that teenagers are going to embrace the DVD too well. Im not looking forward to loosing another band to the constant clasping of 12-16 year olds in their everlasting search to be into the new thing. Im just worried that a whole heap of kids are going to jump at NIN, buying loads of merchndise and thinking they are their biggest fan when they have been supporting them for all of 2 months

EDIT: But i suppose im always like this whenever a band i have liked for a while brings out something new....I just don't want to loose them to the gawking rabbles
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#5
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My only concern with it is that teenagers are going to embrace the DVD too well. Im not looking forward to loosing another band to the constant clasping of 12-16 year olds in their everlasting search to be into the new thing. Im just worried that a whole heap of kids are going to jump at NIN, buying loads of merchndise and thinking they are their biggest fan when they have been supporting them for all of 2 months

EDIT: But i suppose im always like this whenever a band i have liked for a while brings out something new....I just don't want to loose them to the gawking rabbles


Someone who finally understands how I feel. I absolutly hate when that happens. No clue why.
#6
idk, nin has never been really mainstream soo i dont think you have to worry about the 12 to 16 year old "fans". Im just stoked for it, they are amazing live and this dvd (from what i have seen) seems to capture the live atmosphere really well.