The Manson critique is one of several Reznor has lodged in the past few months.Until his departure in 1993, Richard Patrick serves as touring guitarist for NIN as well as a friend to Trent."During the Spiral tour we propped them up to get our audience turned on to them and at that time a lot of the people in my circle were pretty far down the road as alcoholics.She must be doing something right to catch the allure of so many brilliant-if-bizarre alt-rock icons.In fact, she just told BBC 6 that most of the Pumpkins' classic album called 'Spaceboy'...that's about his brother.It's, it's, it's, I think, more than a lot of people out there, I think, Trent is really in touch with, um, even though he represents rage in a way, I think he's more understanding of hurt than a lot of guys that touch rage: they touch rage, but without the depth of--that rage really comes from a very deep pain, and I think he does understand that, that's why his work really touches me.I really liked her first album, which is not the kind of thing I'd normally listen to.If you want to tweet a show in, just DM or @ us on the day and tell us to watch your stream that night., Amos still thinking alike By Scott Iwasaki Deseret Morning News A few weeks ago, I received the new Nine Inch Nails CD, “Year Zero.” That same week, I was graced with Tori Amos’ new album “American Doll Posse.” Was it a coincidence? But I couldn’t help thinking about the early 1990s when Amos and Nine Inch Nails’ frontman and conceptor Trent Reznor were spending a lot of time together.
Strangely enough, a few days later a friend of mine gave me a collection of rare Amos stuff that I have since been slowly putting into my i Tunes. How do the two new albums stack up against these artists’ past albums? For one thing, Amos’ “American Doll Posse” is better than her last album, “The Beekeeper.” I don’t know, there was something I didn’t like about “The Beekeeper.” I believe it was because her trademark Bosendorfer piano was muddied in the mix, and because her “alternative” edge was buffered a bit. There are more guitars, and the piano is front and center.
TORI'S APPEARANCE ON CFNY RADIO (TORONTO) Transcribed by Mike Harris [Trent said:] A.