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Nine Inch Nails Debut "and All That Could Have Been" Live In Chicago

Posted on February 25, 2017
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Nine Inch Nails are knee-deep in their Cold and Black and Infinite Tour, which has found the band performing in a series of intimate theaters across the US with The Jesus and Mary Chain. For those playing along at home, the tour setlists have varied wildly from night to night, and have included rarely played tracks such as “Happiness in Slavery,” “I Do Not Want This,” and “Now I’m Nothing,” and most notably the never-before-played single “The Perfect Drug.” Even though any touring act in their right mind would have settled into a respectable routine by now, the band has just performed “And All That Could Have Been” as the penultimate track of their encore set at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom, marking the first time ever this extremely deep cut has been played.

We haven’t the words…

If you haven’t jumped straight to the video by now, check out James Tobin’s recording below: