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June 1999

Nine Inch Nails Press Release

( EW)(NY-NOTHING-RECORDS/NIN) nothing records Announces July 20th Release Date for 'The Day the World Went Away,' the First Commercial Release From the Upcoming Nine Inch Nails Album, 'The Fragile':

Official Nine Inch Nails Website, www.nin.com, is Live Online

nothing records have announced the July 20th release date for "The Day The World Went Away," the first commercial release off of the upcoming Nine Inch Nails album, "THE FRAGILE." The release will include the following: "The Day The World Went Away," "Starfuckers, Inc.," and "The Day the World Went Away - Quiet Version" and will be available at retail on CD, cassette single and 12" vinyl. The 12" vinyl additionally features "The Day The World Went Away (Porter Ricks)."

Nine Inch Nails official web site is live and online and located at http://www.nin.com. The site offers a sneak preview of the new release via images, internet sounds, hints of upcoming music, and more.

Nine Inch Nails discography to date includes: "CLOSURE" (VIDEO, 1997), "THE PERFECT DRUG" (EP, 1997), "FURTHER DOWN THE SPIRAL" (EP, 1995), "CLOSER TO GOD" (CD5, 1994), "THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL" (CD, 1994), "MARCH OF THE PIGS" (EP, 1994), "FIXED" (MAXI-CD SINGLE, 1992), "BROKEN" (EP, 1992), "SIN" (SINGLE, 1990), "HEAD LIKE A HOLE" (SINGLE, 1990), "PRETTY HATE MACHINE" (CD, 1989), "DOWN IN IT" (SINGLE, 1989). Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor has also produced "THE LOST HIGHWAY" soundtrack (CD, 1997), executive produced the "NATURAL BORN KILLERS" soundtrack (CD, 1996) and created the music for "QUAKE" (CD-ROM, 1996).

nothing records was founded by musician Trent Reznor and his manager John A. Malm, Jr. in 1992. nothing's roster features Reznor's Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, Autechre, The Bowling Green, Einsturzende Neubaten, Plaid, Plug, Pop Will Eat Itself, Prick, Squarepusher, 12 Rounds, and The The.

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