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NIN gives away another album, either Reznor gets it, or he's just rich

After successfully releasing the last Nine Inch Nails album in 100% digital format with a variety of pricing levels ranging from free to $300, Trent Reznor has decided to go all out and give away the band's new album, "The Slip" for free. You can download all ten tracks in a variety of DRM-free formats, including MP3, FLAC, M4A lossless, and even 24/96 WAV. This latest move proves one of two...

Nine Inch Nails does the Radiohead thing: Free(ish) music downloads

Trent Reznor has followed through on his promise to release the latest Nine Inch Nails album without a record label. Fans can buy the complete album online in a variety of ways or they can download 1/3rd 1/4th of the songs on the album for free. Considering the complete album packs 36 songs, that means you can pretty much get a full album's worth of music for free. Plenty of musicians have been...

Nine Inch Nails to record labels: so long and thanks for nothing

Last week Radiohead made waves when the band announced that it would be distributing its new album without the help of a record label. Not only will you be able to download the new album online, and not only will your money go directly to Radiohead, but you can set your own price. Now Nine Inch Nails appears to be following suit. Frontman Trent Reznor posted a brief message on the band's homepage...

Prince sues to protect copyright, Trent Reznor encourages illegal downloads

Musician Prince (at least that's what we think we're supposed to call him these days) plans to sue internet sites including eBay, YouTube, and The Pirate Bay for illegally distributing his music. Because that's why people aren't buying his CDs anymore. It has nothing to do with the fact that he's a bit over the hill as musicians go or that his eccentric ways might be a bit offputing. Nope. It's...