Talk:Sin (song)

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Does there need to be a picture of Axel Rose? HE IS A REAL COCK-SUCKER AND I DON'T CARE IF HE's WEARING A Sin shirt he's an asshole who has nothing to do with NIN.

I'll take it down. I would rather see some good, WORK-SAFE screencaps from the video on the page instead.-_Leo3375 08:06, 7 August 2007 (PDT)


Should it be mentioned that the line "Stale incense, old sweat, and lies" was taken from Clive Barker's short story "In The Hills, The Cities" found in his collection, The Books Of Blood? Seems at least mildly important to me... ThePresence 12:41, 30 August 2007 (PDT)

You can add that as a note just before the "Song Credits" section.--Leo3375 12:53, 30 August 2007 (PDT)

does any one know where i can find the real vid for sin??? randyt7

Download Closure disc 2, it's on there Sheepdean 13:52, 29 September 2008 (PDT)
Only half of the video is on Closure, but you can find the complete version on various torrent or video-hosting sites. Be warned that it is NSFW, though.--leo3375 11:32, 30 September 2008 (PDT)

Slightly different lyrics on album cut

After reviewing the recorded album version, it sounds like the words "disgraced" and "defaced" are switched. Anyone second that for me or am I hearing things? Maximus death 19:08, 18 June 2009 (PDT)

Live differences

Anyone want to expand the Live section? It is most definitely NOT played like the album version. In fact, it has had 3 distinct Live arrangements. On the original PHM promo tour, it is, in fact, played pretty close (if not identically) to the album version. However, the arrangement was changed on the support tours (I think; can't check right now) to be more driving, up through the Hate tour. It changed once again on the Sin tour, including the addition of the persistent metronomic dink-dink sound (don't know what else to call it) from the Short/Long versions, and that's pretty much been the arrangement used for all live performances since then, with only minor embellishments like the theremin. Tabanger (talk) 15:58, 2 November 2016 (PDT)

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