Back in 1989 Trent Reznor Assaulted the world with an Album called "Pretty Hate Machine" and a genre that was dubbed "Industrial". The album stayed on the Bilboard 200 chart for 113 weeks and went platinum. Trent's record label, TVT Records, was excited for Trent to continue down a path of mainstream songs that they could easily sell for a huge profit. Trent went into studio's and created the "Broken EP".
TVT Records was furious that Trent made the album so heavy and they demanded that he redo the album. Trent flipped them off. And so began a 19 year old battle between Trent Reznor and the Music Industry that rages on today. The funny thing here is that the "Broken EP" spawned Nine Inch Nail's 2 Grammy Awards. 1 in 1992 for Best Metal Performance for "Wish" (Above) and 1 in 1995 for The Best Metal Performance for "Happiness And Slavery - The Woodstock performance" Obviously the Industry had its head lodged in it's colon. Long live NIN!