Saturday, August 31, 2013

Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham Feat. on 3 Songs on Upcoming Nine Inch Nails Album

Mr. Buckingham and Mr. Reznor spent one day in the studio, with Mr. Buckingham jamming on multiple tracks; his playing ended up in three songs. “There was a bit of a kindred spirit there even though the styles were different,” Mr. Buckingham said by telephone from Hawaii. “His process was something like a painting process like I work, where you’re slopping colors around and looking for clues, and it becomes a subconscious process in which the work reveals itself to you.”

New York Times



Update: August 31st - Lindsey appears on the first single "A copy Of A" (below) PLUS "In Two" and "While I'm Still Here".


You can spin the full album now at iTunes (US Only) or on Youtube 

Lindsey Buckingham and Reznor collaborated for only one day in the studio, though the Fleetwood Mac guitarist will be featured on three songs. “[Reznor's] process was something like a painting process like I work, where you’re slopping colors around and looking for clues, and it becomes a subconscious process in which the work reveals itself to you," Buckingham said.

HitFix

The album "Hesitation Marks" is out on September 3rd.


11 comments:

Beltway Greg said...

Now tell me that this isn't the absolute craziest but most musically apparent thing I've ever read? Ought to be incredible.

Anonymous said...

Why will it be incredible? Reznor is more interested in trading on the legacy of NIN than creating good music.

Anonymous said...

I've aways thought a Reznor/Buckingham collaboration would make a great deal of sense. I just never thought it would actually happen. So, when's Peter Gabriel gonna get in the mix too?

Anonymous said...

I love Trent Reznor's score for the film "The Social Network" much better than I like his songs. This song sounds like his writing skills are kind of worn out.

Anonymous said...

Now if we could just get Nicks and Jack White together...

Anonymous said...

Jack White, WTF? Certainly Stevie deserves a better singer to duet with. Always thought she would be great singing with Michael Stipe.

Anonymous said...

Love listening to Trent fanboying all over Lindsey!

And yeah, Jack White - LB collaboration would also have a potential to be amazing - two incredible guitarists and producers joining forces? How interesting might that be?

Anonymous said...

jack white would be amazing with stevie! Just listen to his Loretta Lynn album Van Lear Rose. He is an amazing producer, performer!

Anonymous said...

Lindsey's inner punk

shackinup said...

Lindsey once said to me that he'd love to work with Jack White. It was the first question that he answered on video from hotelrooms during the UTS tour.they were uploaded to his website in 2007 or 2008. And then they disappeared. If anyone captured those back then, please let me know.

shackinup said...

I would have sworn he featured on the track "Satellite". I did not recognize him at first on "Copy Of A". The other two were pretty clear. Nice, and good that he teamed up with more of an indie artist, which he is himself too, imo. I love it.

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