Another Version Of The Truth (song)

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"Another Version Of The Truth"
Album: Year Zero
Length: 4:09
Tempo: 98, 80 BPM
Versions: Another Version Of The Truth
Another Version Of The Truth: Kronos Quartet & Enrique Gonzalez Müller
Live: Performance 2007

"Another Version Of The Truth" is the fourteenth track on the 2007 release Year Zero. This track is an instrumental.

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Appearances

Halos

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Versions

Another Version Of The Truth

This is the original album version. Entirely instrumental, it is in two distinct sections. The first half fades in from underneath the decaying delay effect at the end of "The Great Destroyer," gradually building up more layers of noise loops. Underneath, a piano piece is played. Eventually, the noise loops give way to the relative clarity and sparseness of the second section, in which a different piano piece, slower and more contemplative, is overcome by a deeper synthesizer loop, which stops suddenly.

Another Version Of The Truth: Kronos Quartet & Enrique Gonzalez Müller

This remix is on Y34RZ3R0R3M1X3D. It features string instruments over a wind-like sound effect. The first half is somewhat chaotic in terms of sound but it dies off and becomes a cello melody played over a violin and bass harmony. A viola comes in and plays the final melody as the cello joins the other instruments. This instrumentation is reminiscent of Reznor's performance at the 2006 Bridge School Benefit, which featured a string quartet. This song was not played at that particular concert.

Song Credits

  • Remix produced by Kronos Quartet and Enrique Gonzalez Müller
  • Arranged and mixed by Enrique Gonzalez Müller
  • Engineered by Scott Fraser
  • Kronos Quartet appears courtesy of Nonesuch Records

Live

A one minute long pre-recorded piece of "Another Version Of The Truth" was used as intro to the song "Me, I'm Not" during Performance 2007.


Previous track - "The Great Destroyer" Track 14 from Year Zero Next track - "In This Twilight"
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