Trent Reznor guides fans to free Nine Inch Nails show footage

Trent Reznor is a rock star who gets it. While other musicians try to steer fans away from unlicensed content, Trent puts a link right on the Nine Inch Nails website as a 'gift.' You gotta love a guy like that.

Writing on the Nine Inch Nails site, Reznor says, "The internet is full of surprises these days. I was contacted by a mysterious, shadowy group of subversives who SOMEHOW managed to film a substantial amount (over 400 GB!) of raw, unedited HD footage from three separate complete shows of our Lights In The Sky tour. Security must have been lacking at these shows because the quality of the footage is excellent.

"If any of you could find a LINK to that footage I'll bet some enterprising fans could assemble something pretty cool.

"Oh yeah, you didn't hear this from me."

Big-time files

The link Reznor so slyly guides one to contains about 405GB of amazing HD footage of three recent shows: Victoria, BC (from 5 December 2008); Portland, Oregon (from 7 December 2008); and Sacramento, California (12 December 2008).

Be warned, however, these are extremely large files and not all computers are equipped to deal with such a high volume of gigabytes. But if you've been around the block gig-wise and have the time to download, have at it.

It's Trent Reznor's gift to you. He can afford it.

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