Lakeshore Records Celebrates 20th Anniversary of NIN The Downward Spiral

Twenty years ago this month, Nine Inch Nails released their ground-breaking Downward Spiral album to much acclaim: making the Billboard 200 at #2 and certified quadruple platinum.  This summer, Nine Inch Nails embarks on a North American tour with Soundgarden (also celebrating their own 20th anniversary).  In commemoration, we revisit Lakeshore Records‘ catalog of soundtracks composed and produced by past band members of Nine Inch Nails: Charlie Clouser, Danny Lohner and Chris Vrenna.

NIN 20th Anniversary Retrospective - Lakeshore Records

Download these soundtracks released by former NIN members:

Chris Vrenna was the Live Drummer of Nine Inch Nails (1989-97) and credited as Engineer for Downward Spiral.  Lakeshore Records released Vrenna’s Tweaker – 2am Wake Up Call Special Edition DVD (mixed for 5.1 Surround Sound)

Danny Lohner (also goes by Renholder), was brought into NIN by Reznor in 1994 and is credited as songwriter on several Downward Spiral songs. His credits appear regularly on albums throughout the band’s history.  Lohner is credited as Producer for Underworld and Underworld: Rise of the Lycans soundtracks. He is currently in Puscifer with Maynard James Keenan from Tool.

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Underworld: Evolution
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Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (Also features a The Cure remix)
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Underworld: Awakening (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
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Charlie ClouserThe Grammy-nominated Composer worked closely with frontman Trent Reznor and toured extensively with the band from 1994-2000.  Watch his Composer Interview below.

Resident Evil: Extinction
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Dead Silence
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Check out our Composer Interviews page for more.

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