Fellow Prefix writer Kiran Aditham posted last month that Nine Inch Nails' Pretty Hate Machine is being reissued 20 years after the band essentially "reinvigorated the industrial movement." The reissue features remastered and expanded tracks, new artwork from NIN-art regular Rob Sheridan, and the band's cover of Queen's "Get Down Make Love," which is pretty damn awesome if you have never heard it before -- chances are you have, though. And while we're still a few days away from the album hitting shelves, it's currently up for streaming online.
So head over to NME if you want to hear the reissue of Pretty Hate Machine right now, If not, pick it up when it drops Nov. 22.
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