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Released in 2002 as an Easter Egg on the And All That Could Have Been DVD (that release has many secrets), this video is a hybrid of footage from the song’s scrapped 1999 music video and live footage from the 2000 Fragility tour. Original music video footage filmed by Tomato. Editing and live footage by Rob Sheridan.

"The Perfect Drug" video, directed by Mark Romanek, premiered 16 years ago today. The song is from the soundtrack to David Lynch’s Lost Highway. The album was produced by Trent Reznor.

30 minutes of rare live and behind-the-scenes footage of NIN from 1994-1997. Originally compiled as bonus footage for the unreleased Closure DVD. Includes backstage footage, live performances, music video shoots, in-studio footage, and performances from Woodstock ‘94. The first part of this feature, with footage from 1989-1991, can be found here.

Nine Inch Nails performs “The Frail” and “The Wretched” from the Fragility 2.0 tour in 2000.

From the 2002 full-length concert film And All That Could Have Been, available on DVD. Directed by Rob Sheridan.

Acoustic performance of “The Becoming” filmed at Nothing Studios, New Orleans in 2002 with Trent Reznor, Danny Lohner, and Jerome Dillon. Directed by Rob Sheridan.

This version of the song is from NIN’s rare and out-of-print companion album And All That Could Have Been . StillAlthough the standalone Still CD often sells used for marked up prices on eBay and Amazon, most people don’t realize we still have some stock from the original run in our store for $9.99.

There are two other performance videos from the Still series: "Something I Can Never Have" and "Gone, Still."

A documentary of Nine Inch Nails’ 1994-1996 “Self Destruct” tour, including concert and behind-the-scenes footage. Part one of the 1997 “Closure” VHS. Includes NSFW content.