One thing that was a disappointment to me was that the Sin cd single does not actually have the album version of Sin. Now that that is out in the open, I'll go on to saying that this was not one of my favorite NIN cd singles, and is more for the halo collectors then casual fans. I'll go into a little bit of detail of the songs as follows:
Sin (long): I hate saying this, but, one word... weak. This track almost ruined the song for me. It's almost ridiculous. I skip it everytime this cd enters my stereo.
Sin (dub): As others have commented, this is the only track that feels like a remix. But, I still really don't like it. It would have been better an instrumental. This track has what ruined Long as it's only lyrics, the repetition of the words 'sin' and 'control'. Really terrible, is skipped like the song before it.
Get Down, Make Love: This is truely the best song on this. Before I was a NIN fan, I was a Queen fan (if you like this song, it's on News of the World) and I was not disappointed with the rendition that is portrayed onthis cd. No one can match Freddie Mercury at singing, however, Trent doesn't sing. He takes a different approuch and screams it. Bravo. (note, the sound clips are from the Original version)
Sin (short): Not as good as the original, however, it's listenable. The three remixes of Sin found on this cd all have one thing in common... a dance style drum part. I personally think that draws from the angst in the lyrics, but, some people like it. The only good thing about this track is that is doesn't go into a long annoying piece with the repitition of words that make the song lose meaning.
As a whole, I think the majority of this cd butchered one of the best NIN songs, but for the Queen cover, it's worth checking out.