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#121 Post by farrellgirl99 » Sun Jul 30, 2017 3:37 pm

SR wrote:So, I recently established an Instagram account (great for following various drummers I've found!), and the NIN page posted a photo of TR with a fan...."Paula" in a wheelchair backstage. FG, might you know who this is? I presume it is a message board person who is well know....but that makes me take pause as bands like nails have boards that have millions on them. Just curious.....

Here's a great interview I came across with TR....still an incredibly insightful man...

http://www.vulture.com/2017/07/trent-re ... nails.html
No clue on Paula. This is the only message board I go to, so not in the know.

I also enjoyed the interview with Trent. He is a grumpy old man, but an insightful one.

NIN's Panorama fest set will be livestreamed tonight on yahoo, fyi. I am going to check it out since I opted to not go to the festival

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#122 Post by farrellgirl99 » Sun Jul 30, 2017 8:49 pm

Watched the livestream and thought they were excellent.

Seemed way more energized than the hesitation marks tour. would love for them to go on a proper tour after the summer/when the new ep is released.

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#123 Post by SR » Mon Jul 31, 2017 7:16 am

I saw that it was streamed...haven't watched it....the review for the FYF show I read was excellent. I've seen them 3 times...first lolla which was revolutionary, then the Bowl in 07or 08 (I think) where I witnessed Jerome Dillon get fired, and of course NINJA where Rubin was just a kid on the drums. I've read he's evolved into an exciting and integral part of the live equation. Amazing drummer....Geek alert: Plays Q Drums a fairly small/boutique drum co that makes works of art that are also musical instruments.

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#124 Post by farrellgirl99 » Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:57 am

SR wrote:I saw that it was streamed...haven't watched it....the review for the FYF show I read was excellent. I've seen them 3 times...first lolla which was revolutionary, then the Bowl in 07or 08 (I think) where I witnessed Jerome Dillon get fired, and of course NINJA where Rubin was just a kid on the drums. I've read he's evolved into an exciting and integral part of the live equation. Amazing drummer....Geek alert: Plays Q Drums a fairly small/boutique drum co that makes works of art that are also musical instruments.
If they have it available after the fact, id recommend watching it. rubin is excellent on the drums - during march of the pigs, he comes out from behind the set to play the keyboards and then goes back to killing it on the set. really cool to watch.

this morning i got an email saying nin is playing a small club in nyc tonight for $75. it was sold out by the time i got to ticketmaster (5 mins :lol: )
dammit trent! woulda been cool

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#125 Post by Artemis » Mon May 27, 2019 2:10 pm

I've never seen this before..so funny.

Muppets Tonight show 1997




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#126 Post by sinep » Mon Aug 12, 2019 9:47 pm

Nine Inch Snails!!!!!!!!

How’s FarrellGirl???? Is she all grown up now???? Does she come by and say Hi???!

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