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[[Image:TDTWWA_Cover.jpg|thumb|Halo 13 - ''The Day The World Went Away'']]"'''''The Day The World Went Away'''''" (also known as '''''[[Halo numbers|Halo 13]]''''') is the first single released to promote the album ''[[The Fragile (halo)|The Fragile]]''.
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'''''The Day The World Went Away''''' (also known as '''''[[Halo numbers|Halo 13]]'''''), released on July 20, 1999, is the first single to promote the album ''[[The Fragile (halo)|The Fragile]]''. The version of "[[Starfuckers, Inc. (song)|Starfuckers, Inc.]]" on the single has a snippet of a live version of "Shout It Out Loud" by KISS tacked onto the end, followed by chants of "Nine Inch Nails!" by an audience.
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[[Image:Tdtwwa_altcover1.jpg|thumb|First alternate, unused cover for ''The Day the World Went Away'' published on nin.com during ''The Fragile'' era.]]
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[[Image:Tdtwwa_altcover2.jpg|thumb|Second alternate, unused cover published on nin.com during ''The Fragile'' era.]]
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==Track Listing==
 
==Track Listing==
===CD Digipack===
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===CD===
#"[[The Day The World Went Away (song)|The Day The World Went Away]]"
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#"[[The Day The World Went Away (song)|The Day The World Went Away (Single Version)]]" - 4:03
#"[[Starfuckers, Inc. (song)|Starfuckers, Inc.]]"
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#"[[Starfuckers, Inc. (song)|Starfuckers, Inc.]]" - 5:24
#"The Day The World Went Away" (Quiet)
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#"The Day The World Went Away" (Quiet) - 6:20
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===12" Vinyl===
 
===12" Vinyl===
#"The Day The World Went Away"
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;A1 &nbsp;"The Day The World Went Away" - 4:03<br>
#"The Day The World Went Away" (Quiet)
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;A2 &nbsp;"The Day The World Went Away" (Quiet) - 6:20<br>
#"The Day The World Went Away" (Porter Ricks)
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;B &nbsp;&nbsp;"The Day The World Went Away" (Porter Ricks) - 7:04
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===Cassette===
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;A&nbsp; "The Day The World Went Away"<br>
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;B&nbsp; "Starfuckers, Inc."
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==Artwork==
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The plant photographed for the cover is a kangaroo paw. Though David Carson designed the majority of ''The Fragile'' era artwork, this single was designed by Robert Hales.[http://nineinchnails.tumblr.com/post/50979684894/nine-inch-nails-halo-thirteen-the-day-the-world] Hales later co-directed the video for "Starfuckers, Inc." with [[Marilyn Manson (musician)|Marilyn Manson]].
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==Album Credits==
 
==Album Credits==
 
*Produced by [[Trent Reznor]] and [[Alan Moulder]]
 
*Produced by [[Trent Reznor]] and [[Alan Moulder]]
 
*Mixed by [[Alan Moulder]]
 
*Mixed by [[Alan Moulder]]
 
*Management by [[John A. Malm, Jr.]] for Conservative
 
*Management by [[John A. Malm, Jr.]] for Conservative
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*Artwork and layouts by Robert Hales
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==External Links==
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*[http://nincatalog.com/the-day-the-world-went-away/ ''The Day The World Went Away'' at nincatalog.com]
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*[http://www.nincollector.com/archive/releases/halo_13/halo13.htm ''The Day The World Went Away'' at nincollector.com]
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*[http://www.amazon.com/gp/redirect.html?ie=UTF8&location=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2Fs%3Fie%3DUTF8%26x%3D0%26ref_%3Dnb%5Fsb%5Fnoss%26y%3D0%26field-keywords%3Dnine%2520inch%2520nails%2520the%2520day%2520the%2520world%2520went%2520away%26url%3Dsearch-alias%253Daps&tag=thniinnawi-20&linkCode=ur2&camp=1789&creative=390957 ''The Day The World Went Away'' at Amazon]
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{{Halo
 
{{Halo
 
|number=13
 
|number=13
 
|before=[[Closure]]
 
|before=[[Closure]]
 
|after=[[The Fragile (halo)|The Fragile]]}}[[Category:NIN Discography]]
 
|after=[[The Fragile (halo)|The Fragile]]}}[[Category:NIN Discography]]

Latest revision as of 20:30, 7 September 2017

Halo 13 - The Day The World Went Away
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The Day The World Went Away (also known as Halo 13), released on July 20, 1999, is the first single to promote the album The Fragile. The version of "Starfuckers, Inc." on the single has a snippet of a live version of "Shout It Out Loud" by KISS tacked onto the end, followed by chants of "Nine Inch Nails!" by an audience.

First alternate, unused cover for The Day the World Went Away published on nin.com during The Fragile era.
Second alternate, unused cover published on nin.com during The Fragile era.

Track Listing

CD

  1. "The Day The World Went Away (Single Version)" - 4:03
  2. "Starfuckers, Inc." - 5:24
  3. "The Day The World Went Away" (Quiet) - 6:20

12" Vinyl

     A1  "The Day The World Went Away" - 4:03
     A2  "The Day The World Went Away" (Quiet) - 6:20
     B   "The Day The World Went Away" (Porter Ricks) - 7:04

Cassette

     A  "The Day The World Went Away"
     B  "Starfuckers, Inc."

Artwork

The plant photographed for the cover is a kangaroo paw. Though David Carson designed the majority of The Fragile era artwork, this single was designed by Robert Hales.[1] Hales later co-directed the video for "Starfuckers, Inc." with Marilyn Manson.

Album Credits

External Links

Discography
Previous release - "Closure" Halo number: 13 Next release - "The Fragile"
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