David Bowie & Nine Inch Nails: Dissonance, live 1995 (HQ)

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00:19 Wish – Nine Inch Nails
04:09 Subterraneans – Nine Inch Nails & David Bowie
07:28 Scary Monsters – Nine Inch Nails & David Bowie
12:50 Reptile – Nine Inch Nails & David Bowie
19:04 Hallo Spaceboy – Nine Inch Nails & David Bowie
24:20 Hurt – Nine Inch Nails & David Bowie
30:20 The Hearts Filthy Lesson – David Bowie
35:32 The Man Who Sold The World – David Bowie
39:05 Under Pressure – David Bowie

Bonus:

David Bowie & Trent Reznor 1995 Interview with Kurt Loder | MTV News

Trent Reznor, David Bowie, Prick Interview MTV | 120-Minutes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b24ODDefa9Y&

Nine Inch Nails “Dissonance Tour” ’95


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  • I've been to hundreds of concerts. Never have I witnessed a seamless segue from the opening act to the headliner with no break in between…..let alone with 2 legends from different era's working so well together. One of the more memorable shows I've ever been to. When Bowie first walked onstage, the energy in the room was monumental. New Jersey, Meadowlands Arena. 1995

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  • Saw them in Chicago. The crowd was so disrespectful towards Bowie. I'll always cherish being able to see them together.

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  • Not sure where this concert took place. But I went to the one in Portland Oregon in 95. It was phenomenal. I live in the middle of Washington state so it was a long drive to get there and absolute agony driving back afterwards. The drive there you are super pumped and full of adrenaline. Idk how the fuck I managed to drive back afterwards straight away. All that adrenaline from the anticipation and 10 fold that during the performances and I was beyond tapped out and so ready to crash because I had nothing left. I don’t remember the drive back tbh. I will NEVER do that again! Insanity that I did all of that in under a 24 hour period.

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  • I have been a loving fan of David Bowie from the first time I heard the Ziggy album, I found someone who understood me. I had the great pleasure to see him in concert five times the first was at the US festival the last time I saw him live with on the Glass Spider tour in between I got to see NIN in concert twice and one magic night I got to see this tour with both of them on the same stage at the same time. Not one show was a disappointment! Sadly I will never again have the joy of seeing David live but all the times I did get to see him perform will live with me forever. There will never be another like him. I hope to see NIN again in the years to come and have the pleasure of their performance. Two truly outstanding artists who each made music of outstanding meaning to millions of people. Peace and be kind to each other. cheers

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  • Trent! Bowie!! NIN!!!!? I have no fkn words… my head is gonna explode

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  • This concert was during a time when music was happening right in front of us!! All these new bands and new music with musicians who were our age – it felt like our friends were becoming big like Bowie was gonna tour with our friend Trent. I waited in line with my friends outside Tower Records in Atlanta, GA. To get lawn seats for $25.00 for the show at The Lakewood Amphitheater. We played the shit out of those disc's the months leading up to the show on a discman (that had x-bass) in my car with a cassette tape adapter and it sounded amazing! We got as high as fuck with a bunch of people we met on the lawn – that was when getting high meant you could laugh at everything with anyone, get muddy and sweaty, yell out all the lyrics to the songs, walk a mile back to the car with a crowd of unknowns, hit up the Waffle House and still be able to drive home on hwy 85 without crossing a line. Nobody cared what they looked like, where anyone else was, or what anyone else was doing – I left there with a concert shirt (that I wore the shit out of), 2 NIN stickers and a ticket stub – yup, not one single picture and nobody cared. It wasn't something that we needed to show anyone, it something we wanted to be a part of – to be a part of what was happening – and I was!

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  • wow david bowie adds such a weight to trent reznor's music that transforms it into something completely else something more grounded and electrifying just brilliant…❤️❤️

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  • Bad Witch is somehow Trent's love letter to the memories of this tour

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  • Two of the most iconic artists together on stage – this is heaven! Both of these guys have unbelievable charisma and presence. This is the most lit, energizing, spectacular performance ever! It's probably the best concert on YouTube.

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  • I miss all the great rockers it was such a great time to be alive.

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  • If only bowie could of got trent to do "dancing in the street"

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