Save 0%, Amazon.com Proudly Announces

Reader Julie received a perplexing pre-order notice:

    “From: Amazon.com

    Date: March 29, 2006

    Subject: Save 0% on “Every Day Is Exactly The Same” by Nine Inch Nails at Amazon.com

    Dear Amazon.com Customer,

    As someone who has purchased Audio CDs by Nine Inch Nails, you might like to know that Every Day Is Exactly The Same will be released on April 4, 2006. For the next few days, you can pre-order your copy at a savings of 0% by following the link below.”

Oh boy! 0%! Of course, it could just form following function, a marketing tactic enacting Nine Inch Nails’ pop nihilism, which in the end, is worthless.

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  1. AcidReign says:

    …..Ol’ Trent mellowed out too much for me after “Broken.” That was the last decent NIN record, to me.

  2. non-meat-stick says:

    I’ll still listen to him, although the last album was a little weak…

  3. Paul D says:

    Nonsense. The last album was, if anything, a return to form after The Fragile, which was definitely “a little weak.”

  4. The Unicorn says:

    I have a feeling that Trent would get a kick out of seeing a “0%” discount advertised for a NIN album. It seems somehow appropriate.