And All That Could Have Been (halo)

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And All That Could Have Been (also known as Halo 17) is a professionally recorded live performance from the Fragility 2.0 tour of 2000. It was released on CD, DVD and VHS on January 22, 2002. Its original release date was December 11, 2001, as shown on various teaser ads running in the months leading up to its eventual release.

The album, named after "And All That Could Have Been" from Still, went through many possible names, all lyric excerpts from The Fragile[1]. The material used in this release was taken from multiple shows and edited together to seem like one performance. The video footage was filmed throughout the tour and the audio was taken from four or five shows[2].

Teaser ad showing the original release date


Track Listing

CD Version

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  1. "Terrible Lie" – 4:59
  2. "Sin" – 4:15
  3. "March Of The Pigs" – 4:13
  4. "Piggy" – 4:51
  5. "The Frail" – 1:41
  6. "The Wretched" – 5:24
  7. "Gave Up" – 4:14
  8. "The Great Below" – 5:07
  9. "The Mark Has Been Made" – 3:45
  10. "Wish" – 3:40
  11. "Suck" – 4:13
  12. "Closer" – 5:38
  13. "Head Like A Hole" – 4:54
  14. "The Day The World Went Away" – 6:29
  15. "Starfuckers, Inc." – 5:30
  16. "Hurt" – 4:59

The Deluxe CD version includes Still, a CD of stripped down renditions of old and new songs, as well as several instrumentals.

DVD/VHS Version

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  1. "Pinion/The New Flesh"
  2. "Terrible Lie" – 5:07
  3. "Sin" – 4:15
  4. "March Of The Pigs" – 4:07
  5. "Piggy" – 4:57
  6. "The Frail" – 1:45
  7. "The Wretched" – 5:33
  8. "Gave Up" – 4:25
  9. "La Mer" – 4:46
  10. "The Great Below" – 5:07
  11. "The Mark Has Been Made" – 3:45
  12. "Wish" – 3:41
  13. "Complication" – 1:59
  14. "Suck" – 4:10
  15. "Closer" – 6:08
  16. "Head Like A Hole" – 5:51
  17. "Just Like You Imagined" – 3:52
  18. "Starfuckers, Inc." – 5:42
  19. "Hurt"

DVD also features alternate camera angles for 3 songs on 1st disk, a photo gallery, a commentary on stage setup by Bill Viola on 2nd disk and morphing menus on both disks. It was released in 2 separate versions: while stereo sound is the same on both editions, 5.1 surround sound differs - one encoded in DTS and another in Dolby Digital (the latter is more common); this difference is generally indicated by a sticker on front of the package or the back of the slipcase where either a Dolby or DTS logo is present in the lower left hand corner.

Album Credits

  • Art direction and design: David Carson
  • Photography: David Carson, Rob Sheridan

  • Project coordination: Chris Risner
  • U.S. Publicity: Susan Celia Swan for Nothing Records
  • International relations: Simon Baeyertz
  • Label relations: Jeff Anderson
  • Legal: Toorock and Rosen; Ross B. Rosen, Jeff Slippen

Trent Reznor thanks: My family, John, Chris, Jerry and Denise for trying to help me keep it together

Danny Lohner thanks: Lynn Pompey, the Lohners, Telefon Tel Aviv, Eric Hunter

Jerome Dillon thanks: Sheila Scott, Jeannine Dillon, Thomas J. Dillon, Karen dillon, Paula and Matthew Coulter, Linda Yang, Zoe Poledouris and the Poledouris family, Eugene Salomon Esq., Mona and Ruby

Charlie Clouser thanks: Dad, Mom, Judy, Jeff Light, Kenny MacPherson, Andrew Meyer, and Danie'l Parker

Robin Finck thanks: Bianca Sapetto, Terri Gross

Special thanks to: A Perfect Circle, Atari Teenage Riot, Gretchen Anderson, Marty Bechtold, Nancy Berry, Steve Bottomley, Mike Calagna, Ed Cherney, Peter Christopherson, Tony Ciulla, Bill Coquillette, Mark Crossingham, John Desmond, Ruth Flower, Erin Gilligan, Jurgen Grebner, Mike Harris, Doug Idleman, Interscope Records, Dr. Stuart Isslieb, Thorsten Koenig, Rob Light, Tim Lightfoot, Daisy May, John Majoras, Marilyn Manson, Marc Marot, Anna Maslowicz, Jackie McPherson, Frank Micelotta, Amy Morrison, Alan Moulder, Jamie Myers, Steve Needleman, Bill Noll, Turid Pilcher, Tony Polanco, Nick Scott, Markus Sheffield, Rick Szekelyi, Michael S. Toorock, Ed Venetti, Chris Walsh, Kevin Westenberg, Del Williams

This is dedicated to the memory of our friend Rodney Robertson. May you rest in peace.

Message From Trent

Most copies of the DVD include a clear, plastic slip with a message from Reznor printed on it. It reads:

just a glimpse
just a little reminder
of a time and place we
used to live in
this dvd attempts to
document the
experience of
nine inch nails live,
as we were in the
summer of 2000
we filmed and recorded
most of the dates of
the north american
fragility 2.0 tour
with home video cameras
then assembled
mixed and edited this
ourselves with our
home computers
in my eyes
fragility 2.0
was a summation of
what we had
accomplished up to
that time so this dvd
serves as a reminder
of achievement
as well as
a departure point
this is almost what
it felt like being there
trent reznor

Easter Eggs

Halo 17 - Hidden bonus menu

The easiest way to get to most of the hidden content, or Easter Eggs, on the DVD is via the 'Beneath The Surface' menu hidden on disc two. During "Head Like A Hole" at the 11:20 mark, press 7 on your remote (for NTSC dvds, but on the PAL release it's 6) then enter. The menu will come up and you will have access to the following hidden content:

An additional Easter Egg not on the 'Beneath The Surface' menu is an additional fourth wide shot angle of "Gave Up." To get to it, play "Gave Up" on disc one and near the 26:58 mark press enter on your remote. This angle is not hidden and appears on the the DTS release's supplemental content page, this release does not use the multiangle view.

External Links

Previous release - "Things Falling Apart" Halo number: 17 (with Still) Next release - "The Hand That Feeds"