Piggy - Nine Inch Nails - Nine Inch Nails (CDr)

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Now he doesn't care anymore. He doesn't feel anymore. I lost my shit because of you This verse shows that he's still lost without her although he says nothing can stop me now. And I feel the repeat of the line nothing can stop me now , he keeps saying to himself to convince himself that everything will be ok. General Comment i find how ignorant and closeminded alot of you.

If you listened to NIN at all you'd realize Reznor does not come straightforward at all with what he's writing. General Comment its about Ricard Patrick. Trent's good buddy and ex band mate from 'pretty hate' to 'broken'. The guy went on to form the band Filter. Richard's nick name was piggy. General Comment This song introduces our protagonist, who will ultimately become the victim of the villain introduced in Mr.

The protagonist represents the type of people who give in to Mr. Self-Destruct, those who are too weakened to put up a mental defense and keep their humanity. When I think of this specific protagonist, I think of a regular guy with a boring office job, and his girlfriend has just left him, leaving him weak and broken He refers to her as "Pig" because he is disgusted at how she left him for "something new".

However, he is not a complete victim: "black and blue and broken bones" leads me to believe he abused her. Thus, he is selfish for thinking that she alone is responsible for his pain. This will contribute to his downfall.

Instead of embracing his emotions, he tries desperately to shrug it off, claiming "nothing can stop me now cause I don't care anymore". The second verse is interesting, as this is the first time the Downward Spiral Motif plays. Self-Destruct already has the protagonist in his sights.

Arguably one of the most controversial things to happen to Nine Inch Nails in their year career was when Miley Cyrus recorded a bubblegum-pop version of this song called I'm on a Roll. But, don't worry, it was all part of her character in the Black Mirror episode Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too where she played a popstar named Ashley O who would go on to reinvent herself after years of being creatively restricted by her managers.

She ended the episode with a true cover of the track, with the original lyrics reflecting everything her character had been through. It turned out to be one of DKay. Needless to say, this rendition hits a lot harder since Chester Bennington's death in It's always fascinating to hear a cover of a heavy rock track in a very much softer genre. American singer-songwriter Diane Birch did a version of one of the most underrated NIN songs - Copy of A from 's Hesitation Marks - in , transforming it in a piano ballad and losing none of the despondency of the original.

It's worth noting that Birch recorded a whole EP of post-punk covers with the Phenomenal Handclap Band: 's The Velveteen Age , which transformed these melancholy, gothic tracks to neo-soul dancefloor numbers. But we are kind of glad she didn't go in that direction for this particular track. It's minimal, though carefully layered and still very much in keeping with that late 80s, early 90s feel. We're pretty sure they could cover that entire album with perfection. French singer-songwriter Jehnny Beth also from Savages, incidentally paid tribute to a band that has obviously influenced her sound over the years with a brave cover of possibly the most overplayed Nine Inch Nails song of all time: the gritty AF Closer.

Vincent, meanwhile, was joined by Dave Grohl for this quirky cover. Piggy featured on 's The Downward Spiral , and the singer had a lot to say about it when it come to working on her own version. Vincent said of the song.


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  1. “Piggy” is the second track from Nine Inch Nail ’s album The Downward Spiral. The song was released as a promotional-only single, and as such did not receive a Halo number. SOURCE OF THE TITLE.
  2. " Piggy " is a song by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails from their second studio album, The Downward Spiral (). It was written by Trent Reznor, co-produced by Flood, and recorded at Le Pig ( Cielo Drive). It was released in December as a promotional single from the miner-all.net: Industrial rock, alternative rock.
  3. Nov 05,  · St. Vincent has covered Nine Inch Nails’ “Piggy,” while Jehnny Beth takes on NIN’s “Closer.” Real Estate play the Doobie Brothers’ “What a Fool Believes.” The Kills covered T. Rex’s “Cosmic.
  4. Nine Inch Nails "Piggy": Hey pig, Yeah you. Hey pig, piggy, pig, pig, pig All of my fears came true. Black and blue and brok.
  5. Nine Inch Nails – Piggy. Comments; 0 Tags; Hey pig Yeah you Hey pig piggy pig pig pig All of my fears came true Black and blue and broken bones you left me here I'm all alone My little piggy needed something new Nothing can stop me now 'Cause I don't care anymore Nothing can stop me now 'Cause I don't care Nothing can stop me now 'Cause I.
  6. Nov 05,  · St. Vincent and Jehnny Beth of Savages put their flair on Nine Inch Nails ’ “Piggy” and “Closer” respectively. Eyelids took on Depeche Mode ’s “Enjoy the Silence” off ’s Violator, while Real.
  7. Nine Inch Nails – Piggy (Nothing Can Stop Me Now) Nine Inch Nails – Burn: Nine Inch Nails – Closer: Nine Inch Nails – Wish: Nine Inch Nails – Gave Up: Nine Inch Nails – Down In It: Nine Inch Nails – Eraser (instrumental) Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie – Subterraneans: Nine Inch Nails.
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