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|4. Help Me I Am In Hell|
|5. Happiness In Slavery|
|6. Gave Up|
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As a placeholder between the full-length Pretty Hate Machine and The Downward Spiral, Broken packs a serious punch. Angrier and less poppy than Machine, this EP is full of noisy hooks, if such a thing is possible (check out that guitar riff on the full-throttle "Wish"), and much closer aesthetically to the industrial subgenre that informs Trent Reznor's music. As song titles like "Help Me I Am in Hell" suggest, Broken is a work of undiluted rage, which is, of course, a big part of its appeal. --Genevieve Williams
oh the rage...oh the rage....when your record company upsets you..
what do you do..
put the swerve on em
standouts: wish, happiness in slavery
This is more of an EP than an LP. But what it lacks in length, it certainly more than makes up for in intensity. Read morePublished on July 3 2004 by Reviewer
This cd is like art.It expresses so much rage yet it is beautiful at the same time.If you are a NIN fan,or just like the whole idea of emotion,you should definitely check this cd... Read morePublished on June 24 2004
Sandwiched between Trent Reznor's's groundbreaking techno-rock debut Pretty Hate Machine and the critically acclaimed, conceptual masterwork The Downward Spiral, Broken offers... Read morePublished on June 23 2004
beautiful work done by Trent Reznor and his wonderful band . Nine Nails dont have gothic fans they also have fans just like me .
my first nine inch nails would be Broken . Read more
this is one of the best ever records ever
i was grateful of buying this record
So we've got good old Trent writing songs for this new EP after the immensely popular and widely accepted Pretty Hate Machine (which will be further referred to as PHM). Read morePublished on May 1 2004 by Negative Jim
The songson broken need more work and most importantly NO RICHARD PATRICK! he put his uneeded two cents in and messed up the CD. Read morePublished on April 11 2004 by Lukas Diaz-Ames