With Teeth: Summer Tour 2006 Radio Collaboration

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Trent Reznor and Peter Murphy

Throughout the course of the With Teeth: Summer Amphitheater Tour, Trent Reznor collaborated with Peter Murphy to perform and record several songs [1]. These performances include covers of Bauhaus, Nine Inch Nails, and Joy Division songs among others. Also appearing on these performances are TV On the Radio, Jeordie White and Atticus Ross. Photographs taken at each performance can be viewed here.

Performances

Show 01: Atlanta, GA (6/07/06)

Trent Reznor and Peter Murphy

  1. "Head Like A Hole" (originally by Nine Inch Nails)
  2. "Sanity Assassin" (originally by Bauhaus)
  3. "Hurt" (originally by Nine Inch Nails)

Show 02: Washington, DC (6/13/06)

Trent Reznor, Peter Murphy, and TV On The Radio

  1. "Dreams" (originally by TV On The Radio)
  2. "Final Solution" (originally by Pere Ubu)
  3. "Bela Lugosi's Dead" (originally by Bauhaus)

Show 03: Boston, MA (6/23/06)

Trent Reznor, Peter Murphy, Jeordie White, and Atticus Ross

  1. "Reptile" (originally by Nine Inch Nails, with a tag interpreting "Haunted When the Minutes Drag" by Love and Rockets)
  2. "Warm Leatherette" (originally by The Normal)
  3. "A Strange Kind Of Love" (originally by Peter Murphy)
  4. "Nightclubbing" (originally by Iggy Pop)

Show 04: Chicago, IL (7/01/06)

Peter Murphy and Nine Inch Nails

  1. "Dead Souls" (originally by Joy Division)
  2. "Twenty Four Hours" (originally by Joy Division)
  3. "Warsaw" (originally by Joy Division)
  4. "Atmosphere" (originally by Joy Division)

Release

"Hurt" cover art by Rob Sheridan

There has never been an official release of the full sessions. However, the band's version of "Hurt" was released on iTunes as a charity single, and the video for shows 2 and 3 were made available on video hosting sites by NIN. The sessions were compiled on the bootleg Where Darkness Doubles Light Pours In.

External Links

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