Closure Video Set
When one thinks of which bands are at the forefront of music video, NIN is
about as cutting edge as you can get. With assistance from directors, NIN
mastermind Trent Reznor has painted some of the most intriguing video
pictures of all time (such as the Mark Romanek-directed "Closer") and some
of the most horrific (the rarely seen clip for "Happiness in Slavery"). The
collection is comprised of two videotapes, the first being strictly comcert
footage while the second contains all of NIN's music videos. Tape #1 is a
revealing portrait of NIN on the road, with band interviews and day-to-day
occurences intercut with full-length live songs (highlights include "March of the
Pigs," "Down In It," "Hurt," and others.) Many of the music videos' visuals on
tape #2 are powerful as the actual music--"Wish" shows the band playing to
deranged lunatics while protected inside a cage, and the video for "Head Like
A Hole" proved to be many fans' first introduction to the band back in 1991.
"Closure" will help satisfy NIN fans' appetites until the new studio album
appears later this year.
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is provided courtesy Keith Duemling and Tracy Thompson from the collection previously
located at SUS.