For much of the 1990s, Pretty Hate Machine was that type of album: One that could inspire fervent, devotional need and absolute revulsion, largely depending on the age of the person hearing it. And that’s even more impressive when you consider that it’s basically a synth-pop album.

The greatest trick Trent Reznor ever pulled was convincing the world he was the devil.

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