We're In This Together (halo)

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Halo 15 - We're In This Together
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Part 2 artwork
Part 3 artwork

We're In This Together (also known as Halo 15), released on December 6, 1999, is actually a collection of 3 CDs distributed in Europe to promote the second single from the album The Fragile. Due to its rarity when released, along with the fact that the single was not officially released in the US, this collection is a very coveted item for NIN memorabilia collectors.

The singles were also released in Japan, with Obi strips attached to the artwork. No commercially available vinyl or cassette versions were released. The version of "The Perfect Drug" on this single is complete with a fadeout instead of the abrupt ending of the version on the Lost Highway Soundtrack.

Track Listing

CD 1 (Green)

  1. "We're In This Together" - 7:18
  2. "10 Miles High" - 5:13
  3. "The New Flesh" - 3:40

CD 2 (Orange)

  1. "We're In This Together" (Radio Edit) - 5:16
  2. "The Day The World Went Away" (Quiet) - 6:19
  3. "The Day The World Went Away" (Porter Ricks Mix) - 7:04

CD 3 (Yellow)

  1. "We're In This Together" - 7:19
  2. "Complications Of The Flesh" - 6:36
  3. "The Perfect Drug" - 5:42

The order above was adopted and widely accepted as the norm, although sometimes debated among the fanbase; it's stated that CD2 should be called CD1 and vice versa. That point of view is based on record label catalog numbers and numbers found on obi-strips attached to Japanese editions. Adverts and newsletters sent to retail stores also lend support to the alternate order. Actual Compact discs and inserts bear no <part N of M> designation whatsoever.


Radio promo cover.
  1. "We're In This Together (Radio Edit)" - 5:17
  2. "We're In This Together (LP Version)" - 7:16

Album Credits

  • Writing and performance: Trent Reznor
  • Production: Trent Reznor and Alan Moulder
  • Management: John A. Malm, Jr. for Conservative
  • Engineering and mix: Alan Moulder
  • "The Day The World Went Away (Porter Ricks Mix)" remixed by Porter Ricks
  • Design & photography: David Carson
  • ©1999 Leaving Hope Music/TVT Music (ASCAP)
  • Administered by Leaving Hope Music, Inc.

External Links

Previous release - "The Fragile" Halo number: 15 Next release - "Things Falling Apart"