Nine Inch Nail Remix Album on Bittorrent

Martin Brinkmann
Sep 12, 2007
Updated • Dec 4, 2012
Music, Music and Video

Nine Inch Nails is one of the few bands that is openly opposing the music industry by trying out new ways and methods to distribute their music. This time a full album called 'The Limitless Potential' containing 21 tracks of fan made Nine Inch Nail remixes were released to the public.

Several multitrack versions of Nine Inch Nails songs were released as Open Source earlier this year which have been used to create the remixes. So, the band made available some of their songs and the fans used them to create wonderful remixes of those songs.

The songs can be listened to on the official remix website, streamed or downloaded as torrents with a size of roughly 140 Megabytes. I took the liberty to link to the source multitrack songs by Nine Inch Nails which can be downloaded directly from the website listed below.

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Nine Inch Nails Multitrack Songs

Update: We had to remove the first link from this article as it was no longer pointing to a site where you could download the Nine Inch Nails remixes. The second link which you see above is still working though.

The following official multitracks are offered on the site:

  • The hand that feeds
  • garageband
  • Digidesign Pro Tools
  • Ableton Live
  • Sony Acid
  • Hyperpower
  • The Beginning of the End
  • Survivalism
  • The Good Soldier
  • Vessel
  • Me, I'm Not
  • Capital G
  • My Violent Heart
  • The Warning
  • God Given
  • Meet Your Master
  • The Greater Good
  • The Great Destroyer
  • Another Version Of The Truth
  • In This Twilight
  • Zero-Sum

Update 2: New multitracks have been posted on the site.  This includes tracks from the albums The Slip, Ghosts I-IV, as well as non Nine Inch Nails multitracks from Trent, and unofficial multitracks.


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  1. Justin said on November 30, 2011 at 10:18 am

    The warning message about AAC streams when you load streams is because you don’t have the free Orban AAC/aacPlus Player Plugin installed.

    1. Martin Brinkmann said on November 30, 2011 at 10:56 am

      Justin, thanks for the information.

  2. santosh said on December 1, 2011 at 12:43 am

    does this support AAC ? or only mp3 streaming

    1. Martin Brinkmann said on December 1, 2011 at 1:43 am

      I’d say it supports all pls streams but I have not tried that so cannot verify it 100%.

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