And All That Could Have Been NIN's first live album proves Trent Reznor's studio-sculpted sounds can make the transition with richness intact. "The Great Below" retains its lush sweep, while "Closer"… And All That Could Have Been NIN's first live album proves Trent Reznor's studio-sculpted sounds can make the transition with richness intact. "The Great Below" retains its lush sweep, while "Closer"… Nine Inch Nails Rock
Music Review

And All That Could Have Been (Nine Inch Nails)

EW's GRADE
B

Details Lead Performance: Nine Inch Nails; Genre: Rock

NIN's first live album proves Trent Reznor's studio-sculpted sounds can make the transition with richness intact. ''The Great Below'' retains its lush sweep, while ''Closer'' keeps its pounding gallop. More revealing is Still, a bonus disc (in the deluxe edition) of stripped-down cuts: an invaluable document that bears witness to the soul in Reznor's pretty little hate machines. B

Originally posted Feb 22, 2002 Published in issue #640-641 Feb 22, 2002 Order article reprints
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