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We're in This Together, Pt. 1

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1. We're In This Together - Nine Inch Nails
2. 10 Miles High - Nine Inch Nails
3. The New Flesh - Nine Inch Nails

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Includes Album Version and Two Exclusive Tracks: '10 Miles High'& 'New Flesh'.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Five stars and a reason why Feb. 26 2002
Format:Audio CD
Let's be clear. Those not wishing to own every Nine Inch Nails release out there may not want to shell out $12 for an import. Yet, since "We're In This Together" was not released state-side as a single (excepting the radio single which is rare and which I own), it would seem aside from owning "The Fragile" (which you should), here is the best way to own the full version of "WITT".
Now, this is all discounting the fact that this single, with the other two 'parts', are what make the official Halo Fifteen. And if you're out there to collect all official halos and whatever else Trent Reznor puts out, why WOULDN'T you pay $12?
The tracks "10 Miles High" and "The New Flesh" were included only on the vinyl edition of "The Fragile" (and I'd like to note that this is not a marketing ploy; Reznor explains that the added and subtracted tracks for CD, vinyl, and cassette editions were for continuity, and if you've ever listened to both the Left and Right sides at the same time, you'll know why).
I rate this single separately from the other two parts of Halo Fifteen, and I give it five stars for one simple reason. Not the price. Not the length. Not any imaginary marketing ploy. I rate it for reasons albums and singles should be rated: All three songs are good. Simply put, but with a large proceeding explanation.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A good single, but was it necessary? March 4 2001
Format:Audio CD
Well, whatever part you want to call it, since Amazon can't seem to get the numbering scheme right, I'm reviewing the WITT single with We're In This Together, 10 Miles High and The New Flesh. This is a good single, albeit a bit pricey, but if you want to own every NIN song out there on CD format, this is a must. The first track is We're In This together, LP version. This means if you've heard it on the radio, but no where else, you're missing out on a wicked guitar part and an extremely moving piano outro. At around 7:45, this is one of NIN's best, and longest songs around. Track 2 is 10 Miles High, which was previously only found on the Fragile vinyl, after The Mark Has Been Made and before Please. It starts off very quietly, with guitars gradually building up to the chorus, then back to whispers, then to the chorus again. Another solid NIN song, that in my opinion need not have been deleted from The Fragile CD, unless it was to solely make this single. The same goes for The New Flesh, which is a near-instrumental track, much in the vein of Eraser, with lyrics near the end of the track hidden under layers of noise. If you've been to a recent NIN concert, they're known to open the concert with this song, especially on the Fragility 2.0 tour.
I have to gripes about this single, although they're not really about the single itself. Both CDs had enough room for the deleted tracks, so it seems like this single is merely a ploy to sell more NIN products because, let's face it, NIN fans like me HAVE to own every Halo. If they make it, we will buy it. Case in point. Gripe #2 is that this CD set was SUPPOSED to have one of the singles packed in a three-CD digipack case, similar to The Fragile or the UK versions of MOTP and Closer, except with three slots. Obviously, this didn't happen.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Waste of money Jan. 28 2000
By sb4824
Format:Audio CD
Good edit of We're In This Together. It gets 3/5. That is about all this is worth. Not even that if you have one of the other two singles or even The Fragile. The Day The World Went Away (Quiet) is a decent mix, I give it 3/5 just because there was not much to work with, but it is available on the US "Day The World Went Away" single for a _fair_ price also. The Porter Ricks Mix of Day The World Went Away is a joke. Unless you like to hear the same 4-second pattern for over 7 minutes. Get me a Crayola keyboard and I'll make a better mix than this one. This is 5 times worse than At The Heart Of It All, Erased Over Out, and March Of The F**kheads. At least those had a little direction, and more than two instruments used. In a collection of good music this mix could be looked at as a note. 0/5.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Wee! More stuff to spend money on! Oct. 1 2000
Format:Audio CD
This is the first of a three part single, and as so, it only contains three songs. Yet, I still feel this was worth the 11 bucks. Well, the three songs, which were all on "The Fragile" are:
We're in this Together: The same as on The Fragile, a good song nonetheless.
10 Miles High: This awesome song was a B-Side on the Vinyl edition of The Fragile, and is hands down the best song on this single.
The New Flesh: Also a B-Side on The Fragile. Not the Best Song, but not too bad, either.
Sonce this is a three part set, it would probably be most enjoyable with all three parts. So if you want to get the most out of this, it will cost about 35 bucks to get all three.
But it still works on it's own.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Probably the "essential" halo 15 Nov. 8 2001
Format:Audio CD
Ok, we have the excellent, unedited version of We're In This Together, as well as two Fragile non-cd tracks, 10 Miles High and The New Flesh.
10 Miles High is overall creepy, with ditorted vocals and dire music, but hey, this IS NIN after all. Remeber the ending of the Mark Has Been Made on the Fragile? Well, that's how this song starts out.
Like 10MH, The New Flesh is very creepy, with layers of sounds and vocals, then with a nice outro for a great rock riff to start. A nice b-side, without a doubt.
So, if you don't on the vinyl version of the Fragile, this is highly recomonded just for the two songs.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of three
This little pearl should not be ignored. The trilogy is great, together or apart. Don't miss out or you'll be sorry.
Published on Feb. 9 2002 by "mahatma_reznor"
4.0 out of 5 stars Woops
In my last review, I stated that this CD contains the Perfect Drug; so many other NIN singles nowadays have it as a track, I got confused. Read more
Published on March 1 2001 by Anthony J. Venezia
3.0 out of 5 stars Good, but nothing new here
About the only thing new here is a Porter Ricks remix of TDWWA. Because here's how the other tracks are: 1) We're In This Together(Radio Edit)-- Like The Fragile's version but none... Read more
Published on Dec 30 2000 by "the_poseur"
4.0 out of 5 stars Ummm, this is the review for part 1, not part 2 (which theyt
I liked this single a bit. We're in this together is a great song, and the Quiet version of The Day the World Went Away is better than the original in my opinion. Read more
Published on Dec 13 2000 by The Winners Club
5.0 out of 5 stars Grows on you
10 miles high is just fantastic. The first time I heard it I wondered why every one thought it was so good but the song really started to grow on me and now it's one of my... Read more
Published on Nov. 24 2000
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome single
I have all three We're In This Together singles, and this is my favorite of the three. We're In This Together is a good song from The Fragile, and The New Flesh is an OK song, but... Read more
Published on May 19 2000 by "halo1000"
5.0 out of 5 stars 2 words... Porter Ricks
This cd is worth getting just for the Porter Ricks mix of TDTWAA. The shortened version of WITT is nice, but I doubt any one would actually play that in their car or somewhere... Read more
Published on Feb. 1 2000 by Graham Matthews
4.0 out of 5 stars SB4824 does not understand!
In response to the review by SB4824: If you cannot understand the transcendence of repetitious rhythm, then you do not deserve to own this CD or any other techno-trance CD. Read more
Published on Jan. 30 2000 by James Nelson
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