Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor has made the first nine tracks of his new album available for free download from his website - but before you head over there - the site's been swamped and is now offline for repairs! The welcome message says they were hit by three times as much traffic as they'd expected. It points users to the various places they can buy the album, and also points the P2P crowd towards the official torrent of the first nine tracks at the Pirate Bay. We haven't been serious Trent fans in a few years but it's such a relief to see someone "getting" the online distribution model I want to download it to say THANKS!
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