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March of the Pigs Pt.1
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Hit from their 1994 album 'The Downward Spiral'. Pt.1features 'Big Man With A Gun' from the album and three non-album tracks, 'March Of The Pigs' (Clean Version), 'All ThePigs, All Lined Up' and a remix of 'A Violent Fluid... more »
Hit from their 1994 album 'The Downward Spiral'. Pt.1features 'Big Man With A Gun' from the album and three non-album tracks, 'March Of The Pigs' (Clean Version), 'All ThePigs, All Lined Up' and a remix of 'A Violent Fluid' bySkinny Puppy's David Ogilvie. Gatefold digipak with an extraCD tray for Pt.2. 1994 TVT/ Interscope release.
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William E. (unholyblackdeath) from N RICHLND HLS, TX
Reviewed on 1/7/2008...
A NIN remix single. Any hardcore Trent Reznor fan will like this. I would not recommend this one to casual fans. There are remixes of "March of The Pigs" as well as "Reptile".
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It's a 2 c.d set
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great c.d. March of the Pigs(clean version) is the exact song on the downward spiral minus some bad words, you probabaly won't even notice the difference. All the pigs, all lined up is great, I think it's better than the original because there's a crowd yelling and it makes the song so much more powerful. Its one of my favorite nin songs of all time. A violet fluid is short and sweet, a great insturmental. The last song is big man with a gun. I never really enjoyed this one but it is still good. So why the 4 stars, it's because it's a 2 c.d. set and it should have been only 1. This import is better than the U.S version though because you get 2 extra tracks."