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"Adrift And At Peace" was performed with a string quartet at the 2006 [[Bridge School Benefit]].
 
"Adrift And At Peace" was performed with a string quartet at the 2006 [[Bridge School Benefit]].
  
On the [[With Teeth: Summer Amphitheater Tour]] and [[Performance 2007]], Reznor played a piano-only version of "La Mer," including an initial improvisation, before playing "Into the Void," and it is sometimes confused with "Adrift And At Peace."   
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On the [[With Teeth: Summer Amphitheater Tour]] and [[Performance 2007]], Reznor played a piano-only version of "La Mer," including an initial improvisation, before playing "Into the Void," this performance has been confused with "Adrift And At Peace."   
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:39, 8 April 2019

"Adrift And At Peace"
Album: Still
Length: 2:52
Tempo: 119 BPM
Versions: Adrift And At Peace
Live: Bridge School Benefit

"Adrift And At Peace" is the second track on Still, which came out in 2002 as a bonus disc with the Deluxe Edition of the And All That Could Have Been CD and is available through the official Nine Inch Nails website.

Trent Reznor has stated that "Adrift And At Peace" is the conclusion to "La Mer." (Source)

Song Credits

Apprearances

Halos

  • And All That Could Have Been (Deluxe Edition)
  • Still

Seeds

Versions

Adrift And At Peace

This is the only version available at the moment.

Live

"Adrift And At Peace" was performed with a string quartet at the 2006 Bridge School Benefit.

On the With Teeth: Summer Amphitheater Tour and Performance 2007, Reznor played a piano-only version of "La Mer," including an initial improvisation, before playing "Into the Void," this performance has been confused with "Adrift And At Peace."

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