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==Career==
 
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Patrick spent two and a half years as the touring guitarist in NIN and can be seen in the [[Nine Inch Nails music videos|music videos]] for "[[Down In It (song)|Down In It]]," "[[Head Like A Hole (song)|Head Like A Hole]]," "[[Wish (song)|Wish]]," and "[[Gave Up]]." His only recorded contribution—a droning guitar sound—can be heard at the end of "[[Sanctified]]" on ''[[Pretty Hate Machine]].'' He chose to leave the band during the recording of ''[[The Downward Spiral (halo)|The Downward Spiral]]'' in 1993 due in part to [[Trent Reznor]] not allowing him any creative input or musical contributions, as well as often taking a lot of onstage physical abuse from Reznor.
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Patrick spent two and a half years as the touring guitarist in NIN and can be seen in the [[Nine Inch Nails music videos|music videos]] for "[[Down In It (song)|Down In It]]," "[[Head Like A Hole (song)|Head Like A Hole]]," "[[Wish (song)|Wish]]," and "[[Gave Up]]." His only recorded contribution—a droning guitar sound—can be heard at the end of "[[Sanctified]]" on ''[[Pretty Hate Machine]].'' He chose to leave the band during the recording of ''[[The Downward Spiral (halo)|The Downward Spiral]]'' in 1993 due in part to [[Trent Reznor]] not allowing him any creative input or musical contributions, as well as often taking a lot of onstage physical abuse from Reznor. Patrick went on to form his own industrial rock band, [[Filter]], with fellow NIN collaborator Brian Liesegang, though Liesegang left in 1997.
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Patrick went on to form his own industrial rock band, [[Filter]], with fellow NIN collaborator Brian Liesegang (though Liesegang left in 1997) and the band has released seven studio albums: ''Short Bus'' (1995), ''Title of Record'' (1999), ''The Amalgamut'' (2002), ''Anthems For The Damned'' (2008), ''The Trouble with Angels'' (2010), ''The Sun Comes Out Tonight'' (2013) and ''Crazy Eyes'' (2016).
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In 2005 Patrick also formed the band Army of Anyone with the DeLeo brothers of Stone Temple Pilots and in late 2006 the band released their eponymous album. The band split a year later and Patrick returned to Filter. As of 2018, Brian Liesegang has rejoined Filter.
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In 2005 Patrick also formed the band Army of Anyone with the DeLeo brothers of Stone Temple Pilots and in late 2006 the band released their eponymous album. The band split a year later and Patrick returned to Filter. Brian Liesegang rejoined Filter in 2018. Utilizing PledgeMusic, the pair began working on a musical sequel to ''Short Bus'' entitled ''reBus''. This was shelved in the wake of the PledgeMusic scandal and Patrick stated that he was working on another new Filter album, tentatively titled ''They Got Us Right Where They Want Us, At Each Other's Throats''.
  
 
==Body Of Work==
 
==Body Of Work==
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*''The Sun Comes Out Tonight'' (2013)
 
*''The Sun Comes Out Tonight'' (2013)
 
*''Crazy Eyes'' (2016)
 
*''Crazy Eyes'' (2016)
*''reBus'' (2019)
 
  
 
===Army Of Anyone===
 
===Army Of Anyone===

Latest revision as of 22:25, 17 August 2019

Richard Patrick
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Instruments: Guitar, Backing Vocals
Years: 1989-1993, 1996
Tours: Pretty Hate Machine Tour, Nights Of Nothing Tour

Richard Patrick (born May 10, 1968) is a former guitarist for Nine Inch Nails. He has played the guitar since the age of nine and names The Cure, U2, and Stone Temple Pilots as primary musical influences, specifically the inventive use of technology and flood sounds used by those artists. His actor brother, Robert Patrick, was often seen wearing NIN shirts and pins while Richard was a member, as evidenced by his headshots from the time. This can also be seen on the behind-the-scenes footage for Terminator 2: Judgment Day.

According to the biography on the official Filter website, Patrick was nicknamed "Piggy" during his time with Nine Inch Nails. According to Brian Liesegang, Reznor was very upset when Patrick left the band and wrote the song "Piggy" about it shortly thereafter [1].

Career

Patrick spent two and a half years as the touring guitarist in NIN and can be seen in the music videos for "Down In It," "Head Like A Hole," "Wish," and "Gave Up." His only recorded contribution—a droning guitar sound—can be heard at the end of "Sanctified" on Pretty Hate Machine. He chose to leave the band during the recording of The Downward Spiral in 1993 due in part to Trent Reznor not allowing him any creative input or musical contributions, as well as often taking a lot of onstage physical abuse from Reznor. Patrick went on to form his own industrial rock band, Filter, with fellow NIN collaborator Brian Liesegang, though Liesegang left in 1997.

In 2005 Patrick also formed the band Army of Anyone with the DeLeo brothers of Stone Temple Pilots and in late 2006 the band released their eponymous album. The band split a year later and Patrick returned to Filter. Brian Liesegang rejoined Filter in 2018. Utilizing PledgeMusic, the pair began working on a musical sequel to Short Bus entitled reBus. This was shelved in the wake of the PledgeMusic scandal and Patrick stated that he was working on another new Filter album, tentatively titled They Got Us Right Where They Want Us, At Each Other's Throats.

Body Of Work

Nine Inch Nails

  • Pretty Hate Machine (Droning guitar, "Sanctified"; 1989)

Filter

  • Short Bus (1995)
  • Title Of Record (1999)
  • The Amalgamut (2002)
  • Anthems for the Damned (2008)
  • The Trouble with Angels (2010)
  • The Sun Comes Out Tonight (2013)
  • Crazy Eyes (2016)

Army Of Anyone

  • Army Of Anyone (2006)

External Links

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