Further Down The Spiral

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Halo 10 - Further Down The Spiral
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International version (Halo 10 V2) artwork

Further Down The Spiral (also known as Halo 10), released on June 1, 1995, contains various remixes of songs from The Downward Spiral.

All of the remixes from the US version of this album have been made available on Remix.nin.com through Reznor's official account as of November 24, 2007.

This Halo has yet to be officially released on vinyl in any configuration, and was only released on cassette as a promo in Germany. The same country also had a limited edition version in a black tin box with three pins.[1]

Track List

Further Down The Spiral is available for download on iTunes and Amazon MP3.

USA (Halo 10)

  1. "Piggy" (Nothing Can Stop Me Now) - 4:02
  2. "The Art Of Self Destruction, Part One" - 5:41
  3. "Self Destruction, Part Two" - 5:37
  4. "The Downward Spiral" (The Bottom) - 7:28
  5. "Hurt" (Quiet) - 5:08
  6. "Eraser" (Denial; Realization) - 6:33
  7. "At The Heart Of It All" - 7:14
  8. "Eraser" (Polite) - 1:15
  9. "Self Destruction, Final" - 9:52
  10. "The Beauty Of Being Numb" - 5:06
  11. "Erased, Over, Out" - 5:58

Rest Of The World (Halo 10 V2)

  1. "Piggy" (Nothing Can Stop Me Now) - 4:03
  2. "The Art Of Self Destruction, Part One" - 5:41
  3. "Self Destruction, Part Three" - 3:28
  4. "Heresy" (Version) - 5:19
  5. "The Downward Spiral" (The Bottom) - 7:29
  6. "Hurt" (Live) - 5:07
  7. "At The Heart Of It All" - 7:08
  8. "Ruiner" (Version) - 5:35
  9. "Eraser" (Denial; Realization) - 6:38
  10. "Self Destruction, Final" - 9:52
  11. "Reptilian" - 8:40 (bonus track on Japanese editions)

Notes

  • All "Art Of Self Destruction" remixes and the first part of "The Beauty Of Being Numb" use "Mr. Self Destruct" as source material.
  • The live version of "Hurt" later appeared on Closure.

Miscellanea

The album contains work from Aphex Twin (Richard D. James): "At The Heart Of It All" and the second half of "The Beauty Of Being Numb". James allegedly claims to have never heard The Downward Spiral, thus revealing his contributions to be two original pieces instead of remixes. As well, "At The Heart Of It All" may be based on or influenced by the Coil song of the same name, the band being signed to Trent Reznor's Nothing Records prior to its fold.

Outtakes from Coil's remix sessions were obtained by fans in 2012 and released on the unofficial download-only compilation Uncoiled, and excerpts were later packaged semi-officially on Recoiled.

Album Credits

U.S. Release

  1. Produced by Rick Rubin; engineered by David Sardy and David Schliffman; Guitar: Dave Navarro; Beats: Kim Bullard
  2. Created by Nine Inch Nails (Chris Vrenna, Robin Finck, Danny Lohner, Charlie Clouser, Trent Reznor) with Sean Beavan & Brian Pollack
  3. Remixed by J.G. Thirlwell at the Room of Doom, Unique Studios, NYC for Ectopicents; Engineering: Rob Sutton, Jim Janik
  4. John Balance, Peter Christopherson and Drew McDowall of Coil with Danny Hyde
  5. Remixed by Trent Reznor
  6. John Balance, Peter Christopherson and Drew McDowall of Coil with Danny Hyde
  7. Created by Aphex Twin
  8. John Balance, Peter Christopherson and Drew McDowall of Coil with Danny Hyde
  9. Remixed by J.G. Thirlwell at the Room of Doom, Unique Studios, NYC fpr Ectopicents; Engineering: Rob Sutton, Jim Janik
  10. Section A created by Nine Inch Nails (Chris Vrenna, Robin Finck, Danny Lohner, Charlie Clouser, Trent Reznor) with Sean Beavan & Brian Pollack; Section B created by Aphex Twin
  11. John Balance, Peter Christopherson and Drew McDowall of Coil with Danny Hyde


  • Written by Trent Reznor ©1994 Leaving Hope/TVT Music, Inc., ASCAP. All rights reserved
  • Management: John A. Malm, Jr. for Conservative
  • Artwork: Russell Mills
  • Photography: David Buckland
  • Sleeve: Gary Talpas

Import Releases

  1. Produced by Rick Rubin; engineered by David Sardy and David Schliffman; Guitar: Dave Navarro; Beats: Kim Bullard
  2. Created by Nine Inch Nails (Chris Vrenna, Robin Finck, Danny Lohner, Charlie Clouser, Trent Reznor) with Sean Beavan & Brian Pollack
  3. Remixed by J.G. Thirlwell at the Room of Doom, Unique Studios, NYC for Ectopicents; Engineering: Rob Sutton, Jim Janik
  4. Remixed by Charlie Clouser
  5. John Balance, Peter Christopherson and Drew McDowall of Coil with Danny Hyde
  6. Mixed by Sean Beavan; Assisted by Brian Pollack
  7. Created by Aphex Twin
  8. Remixed by Charlie Clouser
  9. John Balance, Peter Christopherson and Drew McDowall of Coil with Danny Hyde
  10. Remixed by J.G. Thirlwell at the Room of Doom, Unique Studios, NYC for Ectopicents; Engineering: Rob Sutton, Jim Janik


  • All titles by Trent Reznor
  • Published by MCA Music Ltd.
  • Management: John A. Malm, Jr. for Conservative
  • Artwork: Russell Mills
  • Photography: David Buckland
  • Sleeve: Gary Talpas

Promos

The following promos are also labelled Halo 10.

Hurt

Halo 10 - "Hurt" promo disc
Halo 10 - "Hurt" promo insert

CD5 format with black printing on the disc. Distributed in a jewel case with only a black and white printed back insert. The "clean" versions are edited to remove profanity.

  1. "Hurt" (quiet version) clean - 5:04
  2. "Hurt" (live version) clean - 5:15
  3. "Hurt" (album version) clean - 6:16
  4. "Hurt" (quiet version) soiled - 5:21
  5. "Hurt" (live version) soiled - 5:15
  6. "Hurt" (album version) soiled - 6:13


Piggy

Halo 10 - "Piggy" promo disc
Halo 10 - "Piggy" promo insert

CD5 format with black printing on the disc. Distributed in a jewel case with only a black and white printed back insert. The "Rick Rubin Remix" version of "Piggy" is the same as the "Nothing Can Stop Me Now" version found on Further Down The Spiral. The word 'shit' remained uncensored in these radio edits.

  1. "Piggy" (Radio Edit) - 4:28
  2. "Hurt" (Radio Edit) - 4:39
  3. "Piggy" (Rick Rubin Remix) - 4:02

External Links

Discography
Previous release - "Closer To God" Halo number: 10 Next release - "The Perfect Drug"
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