The undustrial metal leader told fans not to buy the new "Pretty Hate Machine" reissue, calling it "a record label bulls--t move'.
Posted on Jul 15, 2011 03:00 pm
Trent Reznor has told Nine Inch Nails fans not to buy the new "Pretty Hate Machine" re-issue.
The release itself comes with a disclaimer saying the reissue is "very similar to original TVT version. This is not a remastered release," according to Spinner.
Speaking on his twitter account, Reznor said: "Don't waste your money on this version of PHM that was just released," adding that it was "a record label bulls--t move repackaging the old version. Ignore please."
Apparently the album was given an authentic re-mastering treatment by Reznor himself and engineer Tom Baker, adding a cover of the Queen b-side "Get Down, Make Love".
Meanwhile, Reznor was pleased to tell fans about the arrival of Spotify in the US, tweeting "Finally! I've been using this for a while and it's great."