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During the time that Pretty Hate Machine was becoming an underground sensation, Trent Reznor became embroiled in legal difficulties with his label that prevented the release of any new Nine Inch Nails material. But the three-year wait actually helped -- most of NIN's fans were relatively recent converts, and they eagerly snapped up 1992's Broken, which afforded the already angst-ridden Reznor the opportunity to vent his ample frustration over the imbroglio. Where Pretty Hate Machine had a few moments of reflection and ...

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  1. Pinion
  2. Wish
  3. Last
  4. Help Me I Am in Hell
  5. Happiness in Slavery
  6. Gave Up
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  52. # Physical (You're So)
  53. Suck
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