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}}''Theme For Tetsuo: The Bullet Man'' is an instrumental track by [[Nine Inch Nails]] for the film Tetsuo: The Bullet Man, the third in the Tetsuo trilogy of films by acclaimed Japanese director [[Shinya Tsukamoto]]. The track runs 5:34 at 104 BPMtwo different speeds.
It is notable as not only to be the first new Nine Inch Nails track since [[The Slip]]'s release 2 years earlier, but also the first NIN release to have no involvement from [[Alan Moulder]] since [[Burn (song)|Burn]] came out in 1994.
===Theme For Tetsuo: The Bullet Man===
This is the only known version. Opening with approximately a minute and a half of buzzing and sawing machine loops at 104 BPM interrupted by quiet pianoat an improvised pace, an A/B structure begins. The A section is characterized by a four-on-the-floor bass drum pulse at 104 BPM layered with distorted guitar loops, while the B section consists of the piano theme played on brass synthesizersat 110 BPM. Brief noise loops bridge the return to the A section, this time extended with variations. The piano returns to cut off this section and reintroduce the chord progression of the B section, which also repeats with variations until suddenly cutting off at the end of the phrase.
"Theme For Tetsuo: The Bullet Man" has never been played live.