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Nine Inch Nails Presents Live Debut Of 1997 Single At Red Rocks


Nine Inch Nails recently kicked off the North American leg of their Cold And Black And Infinite Tour. On Tuesday night the industrial rockers were in Morrison, Colorado for a gig at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre that saw them once again dig into their catalog, as they offered up the live debut of a tune that dates back to mid-1990’s.

After serving up a career-spanning set in which they delivered tracks from nine of their studio albums, Trent Reznor & Co. surprised fans with “The Perfect Drug” to open Tuesday’s encore. According to Brooklyn Vegan, it was the first time Nine Inch Nails played their contribution to the soundtrack to David Lynch’s 1997 Lost Highway live.

Watch the Nine Inch Nails debut of “The Perfect Drug” captured by Qildaare below:


Nine Inch Nails at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

  • Somewhat Damaged
  • The Day the World Went Away
  • 1,000,000
  • Less Than
  • March of the Pigs
  • Sanctified
  • The Lovers
  • Me, I’m Not
  • Shit Mirror
  • Ahead of Ourselves
  • God Break Down the Door
  • Suck  
  • Reptile
  • Gave Up
  • The Great Destroyer
  • Burning Bright (Field on Fire)
  • Wish
  • Head Like a Hole
  • The Perfect Drug  
  • Over and Out
  • Hurt