Trent Reznor. Michael Trent Reznor (born May 17, 1965) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, and composer. He serves as the lead vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and principal songwriter of the industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, which he founded in 1988 and of which he was the sole official member until 2016.
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Trent Reznor (born Michael Trent Reznor) (May 17, 1965) is an American singer and musician. He is the creator of the band Nine Inch Nails. For a long time, he was the only member of Nine Inch Nails. That changed in 2016, when Atticus Ross became an official member of the band. He sings and plays most of the music himself.
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Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Trent Reznor was the only permanent member of the band until the official addition of English musician Atticus Ross in 2016. The band's debut album, Pretty Hate Machine (1989), was released via TVT Records.
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"This Is A Trent Reznor Song" is a 2014 parody song by American humorist Freddy Scott, about the stylistic elements used by Trent Reznor; the tune is inspired by Reznor's 2014 song "Copy of a".
Spin described the song as "reductive, unfair, and more than a little silly," but also "priceless" for its accuracy in mimicking Reznor. Entertainment Weekly praised it as a "spot-on homage" and "pretty hilarious". At Stereogum, Tom Breihan called it "great" and "something 'd listen to if it didn’t have joke lyrics", but considered the song's value as a parody to be lessened by the fact that the stylistic elements Scott chose to emphasize were common in Reznor's earlier work but not his ...
In March 2014, Scott released a music video of the song, inspired by elements from the videos for Reznor's songs "Closer", "The Hand That Feeds", and "We're In This Together". Entertainment Weekly considered it "a little more outwardly funny than the song itself" while still showing "reverence for Reznor's work"., and Consequence of Sound stated that it was "every bit as amazingly and amusingly on-point" as the song. Stereogum, however, found that the "jokes-per-minute ratio could be higher", wh