So it finally arrived. I could not be having a better day.
I’ve just finished a promising project mock up at work which the client is already excited about, and so are we. After talking with a very helpful fellow at Canada Post in town and running all over town I was able to pick up my copy of Grand Theft Auto IV for the PS3. Perhaps I’ll have something to say about that later, the best is yet to come.
I ran all over town to get my new video game but my baby, my pride and joy is an album called Ghosts I-IV. I was not even expecting that package to arrive for a few weeks considering NIN.com et al are doing this sans record label as far as I know.
Why did I pay $5 extra to get a copy of NIN Ghosts I-IV? Simply put, I love it. I’ve been in love since the moment NIN.com offered up Ghosts I for free and I downloaded it. I needed to own it. I needed my own physical copy.
Do I want the pretty pictures included? Yes, yes I do. Do I want a shiny new CD? No, not really. It doesn’t mean much to me what condition the disc is in as long as it plays. I simply wanted to own a copy which I could thrash the living hell out of. Its open now.
The first track reminds me of “A warm place” from the downward spiral. From that moment on it becomes progressively harsher with different moods for each piece – all set to scenery included with the disc. It really is an interesting project and I highly recommend you check it out. 😀