Talk:Yearzero.nin.com

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The background image has changed again beside the track "Me, i'm not", the most recently leaked track.

Has anybody been able to identify the text written on the paper in image 25? I'm sure that a good photoshop user would be able to piece together at least a part of it.

The background changed once again, this time next to "in this twilight." Is a new track or Web site coming? --Tsguitar 13:25, 25 February 2007 (PST)

I just saw the year zero listening site start to fuck up and it went a fuzzy pinkish color and the presence came out of it, like the my violent heart spectograph. Blank 22:40, 4 April 2007 (PDT)

I looked at the file "fuzz.flv" in the temporary internet files folder, and it looks more of an exert from the year zero trailer --Ps2aphex 15:45, 07 April 2007 (EST)

Sorry, my mistake. Just trying to get over it. Blank 00:23, 7 April 2007 (PDT)

Mr. Brightside

Some have speculated that "Mr. Brightside" would have been the bonus track on the Japanese release of Year Zero. I just want to point out that "Mr. Brightside" is the name of a song by the Killers, a band about whom Trent Reznor has expreseed his dislike. This could very well be an example of his sense of humor and irony in action.--Leo3375 20:16, 30 June 2007 (PDT)

I thought that might have been the case. Blank 22:26, 30 June 2007 (PDT)

erroneous information

-The fuzz.flv entry should be removed. There are not hidden images in flash video. Feel free to download it here and go frame by frame to verify.

-The mr. brightside entry should be removed. 1. the .swf file does not contain a tracklist within it. It pulls the songs' text title from playlist.xml into an array. Where "mr. brightside" is seen in the swf file is simply a graphical representation of how the titles will look and where they will be placed. This swf player was not built in-house, it's purchased. (See this screen shot of player.swf open in a decompiler] Bwary (talk) 03:49, 10 February 2017 (PST)

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