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NIN rock their last show ever

Nine Inch Nails

Last week marked the final show by Nine Inch Nails. Trent Reznor and band mates, including bassist Justin Meldal-Johnsen, rocked out in Los Angeles at Wiltern Theater for a full house of more than 2,200 fans. It’s been 20 years since Reznor released his first album. Reznor took Meldal-Johnson, guitarist Robin Finck and drummer Ilan Rubin through a 3 hour 38-song set list that took their best known work from The Slip (released as a free download this past May) and 1999’s The Fragile.

Reznor commented “This is it… We’re not going to tour anymore as Nine Inch Nails, but we’re all still going to be making music.”

Meldal-Johnson was the bassist for Beck before joining Nine Inch Nails. There has not been any news of his next project.

The set list from the epic final show included 3 encores, here is the total concert:

  1. Home
  2. Somewhat Damaged
  3. The Collector
  4. Discipline
  5. March of the Pigs
  6. Something I Can Never Have
  7. The Frail
  8. The Wretched
  9. Ruiner
  10. Head Down
  11. Burn
  12. Just Like You Imagined (with Mike Garson)
  13. La Mer (with Mike Garson)
  14. Eraser (with Mike Garson)
  15. The Becoming (with Mike Garson)
  16. Down in the Park (instrumental piano by Mike Garson)
  17. Down in the Park (with Gary Numan)
  18. Metal (with Gary Numan)
  19. I Die: You Die (with Gary Numan)
  20. 1,000,000″
  21. Letting You
  22. Survivalism
  23. Suck
  24. Down In It
  25. The Hand That Feeds
  26. Head Like a Hole

First encore:

  1. Me, I’m Not (with Atticus Ross)
  2. The Warning/Sign (with Dave Navarro)
  3. Piggy (remix)
  4. Gave Up

Second encore (with Dillinger Escape Plan):

  1. Mr. Self Destruct
  2. Wish

Third encore:

  1. Atmosphere
  2. Dead Souls
  3. The Good Soldier
  4. The Day the World Went Away
  5. Hurt
  6. In This Twilight

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kennethreitz

kennethreitz

Trent Reznor doesn't really have 'bandmates'. He is the only true member of the group. Other players who preform on stage are hired on a tour-by-tour basis.

Kenneth Reitz

Trent Reznor doesn't really have 'bandmates'. He is the only true member of the group. Other players who preform on stage are hired on a tour-by-tour basis.