Considering that Trent was on Interscope which is an offshoot of Universal for Year Zero, I think he might be barking up the wrong tree.
Also, feel free to laugh. Damn music companies HAVE to have similar looking names that you can confuse from a simple glance at a page....
Last edited by Bulldogsaysgrr; 07-29-2010 at 06:02 AM.
Keys in Rock Band 3?
Here's hoping for more Nine Inch Nails!
Hey don't sweat it, there's so many companies and so many offshoots of companies that it's hard to keep them straight.
Good luck though.
Despite my cynacism I would welcome more NIN to the game. I just know how the bigger companies tend to react when it comes to RBN.
Actually as far as I know Trent Reznor didn't want to put any more songs on RB because he felt he had already put his most difficult songs up. Then when he saw YouTube vids of people nailing them he figured there was no point.
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Yeah I've heard that too.
The light at the end of the tunnel might be someone explaining to him that RBN could be seen more as an iTunes where fans of his music could purchase and play his entire discography. Not because they want something that is OMG hard, but because they enjoy NIN and want to interact with it on a more personal level deeper than just listening to them.
And before anyone asks, yes that is exactly how I've been hooking so many bands into signing up lately
And believe me if I could find contact for Trent himself(and not some faceless record exec), I'd be pitching it to him in a heartbeat.
Last edited by ThatAuthoringGroup; 07-29-2010 at 09:16 AM.
Universal won't be that hard, they have several artists on RB already, as well as a couple on the RBN
"This is my family. They don't like my music, they're just here for the food"- Dave Grohl