(FROM BILLBOARD) ? Ghosts I-IV, the new instrumental album from Nine Inch Nails, is now available for free download (via TuneCore digital distribution service) from the band's site. The first nine songs from the 36-track project (which is likely to spawn additional volumes) are available for free, and the entire album can downloaded for $5. Also available are a standard double-CD set, retailing on Reznor’s site for $10, and a $70 deluxe edition in a hardcover fabric slipcase that includes the audio CDs, a DVD with multi-track files for the music, and a Blu-Ray disc with high-definition stereo mixes. Then there’s the $300 ”ultra-deluxe limited edition” package, which features everything from the deluxe edition plus a four-LP vinyl set, two Giclee prints, and ”luxurious packaging.” Each of the 2,500 copies of the ultra-deluxe is autographed by Reznor. The two deluxe versions will ship May 1. Old-school fans can buy a regular old CD version at retail outlets starting April 8. (Billboard)
Posted March 3 2008 — 12:00 AM EST
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