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  1. Yeah the add to cart button just got removed so they appear to be gone again. Doubt they had many up, and you know Ben bought a few of those cancelled ones back with friends/relatives credit cards. I have an alert set up to notify me within a minute when if/when the add to cart button comes back so i'll post it here if they reactivate it and i happen to be online.
  2. Technically still says "sold out" but the "add to cart" button just got reactivated for those who missed it: https://www.merchbar.com/rock-alternative/nine-inch-nails/nin-fans-first
  3. Totally surprised to be able to get orchestra singles for both nights in Detroit when they went onsale this morning. Setlists will probably determine if i go to one, both, or neither show since they were stupid expensive.
  4. I guess it depends on the city and where your ticket is. Face price for the worst tickets in Detroit (gallery) were $40 + fees. But the pit and good main floor tickets were $175. And the back rows of the mainfloor were still $95. As far as I recall NIN has never charged anywhere near that much for the best seats when they've done these smaller shows in the past. At least they haven't at the cities near me. If you're making people at a lot of these cities wait 6+ hours to even get them, maybe don't screw them and charge 2x the norm for those good seats. But Trent and co know that if you are willing to wait that long then you are willing to pay that much.
  5. Yeah I'd actually rather pay way over face for a ticket and not have to drive an hour each way and then potentially wait in line for another few hours. I did my share of waiting in Ticketmaster lines in the 90's so i get what he is doing, but at least back then there were Ticketmaster retail spots all over the place. This is just terribly inconvenient.
  6. The checkout button has been spinning at me for the last 10 minutes after I told it to complete order. But i see the $26 on my credit card so hopefully I'm good?
  7. fish

    Swans Vinyl Reissues

    FINALLY! https://younggodrecords.com/collections/frontpage/products/soundtracks-2018 pricey but a regular gatefold edition should be out later this year.
  8. Was very happy to see this was getting released. I LOVE the first album. I'm a little annoyed that it is $26 for a 6 song EP after shipping and tax though.
  9. I'm in Michigan but before i had a kid i used to go to Chicago once a month to visit friends and check out shows by bands who liked to drive right past Detroit on their way to/from Toronto (New Order/ MBV/ Nick Cave/ Dead Can Dance/ Throbbing Gristle/ NIN @ The Congress etc).
  10. On a normal tour he'd just stop at Ceasar's. But he's always liked doing these smaller shows. He did it when With Teeth came out and that supposed final tour. I'm only 50 minutes away and I'm still not going to wait in line. for tix I'm gonna just suck it up and try and buy a last minute pit ticket. But if those up front tix are really $175 then I'll just be glad i saw him at clubs when they were at the top of their game.
  11. One of my least favorite venues ever for sound. That and the hour it took to get downstairs and out after the shows.
  12. According to Ticketmaster's listing for the Detroit gigs it appears to be true. You have to go to a designated location in person next weekend in your city to buy the presale tickets. Considering that most people who would be hitting a NIN show in Detroit probably don't live anywhere near Little Ceasar's arena in downtown that is extra obnoxious. Plus side is that the Jesus & Mark Chain are opening. I like how he's decided to tour with bands who had him open for them back in the day like Peter Murphy, Jane's Addiction.and now J&MC. I'll probably wait to see some setlists and if they look good I'll just fork over the extra cash for a pit tickets last second.
  13. No, they just initially priced the green at $50 online which is what they were charging for the split in stores.
  14. You can try contacting Reckless Records in Chicago. They removed it from their website but it may be worth calling them to see if they have any more in store that they could maybe ship you. They were charging $27.99 for it. Other than that keep a close eye on discogs as stores have been randomly putting them up there for $30ish the past few days but they disappear within minutes.