Seminal industrial rock act Nine Inch Nails will on Dec. 4 release the concert CD/DVD/VHS "Nine Inch Nails: And All That Could Have Been" via its own Nothing Records imprint. The releases document the

Seminal industrial rock act Nine Inch Nails will on Dec. 4 release the concert CD/DVD/VHS "Nine Inch Nails: And All That Could Have Been" via its own Nothing Records imprint. The releases document the band's Fragility v2.0 concert tour of spring 2000.

Produced by group mastermind Trent Reznor, the album will feature 16 songs, including hits such as "Head Like a Hole," "Wish," "Closer," and "Starf*ckers, Inc." The DVD, also produced by Reznor with director Rob Sheridan, contains 18 songs from different shows structured to recreate a NIN concert experience, and will also feature multiple camera angles, audio commentary, and other special features.

The two items share 15 songs between their tracklists; the CD version includes "The Day the World Went Away," while the DVD/VHS features "La Mer," "Complication," and "Just Like You Imagined."

The tour from which the releases were culled saw Nine Inch Nails playing 43 U.S. cities from April 12 to June 18, 2000. It was the second jaunt in support of the group's 1999 album, "The Fragile," which debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 817,000 copies in the U.S., according to SoundScan.

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