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Tool and Nine Inch Nails Project Tops Lost Collaborations List

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Launch Radio Networks reports: A collaboration between members of TOOL and NINE INCH NAILS, plus recordings by GREEN DAY, WEEZER, BECK and RADIOHEAD, lead a list of "lost" albums and songs published by RollingStone.com on Friday (February 9). Topping the list is TAPEWORM, a project started by TOOL singer Maynard James Keenan and NINE INCH NAILS main man Trent Reznor that was in the works for six years but ultimately laid to rest in 2004. Demos of the songs exist, and different versions of some of them showed up on the soundtrack of the movie "Underworld" under the name PUSCIFIER.

Source: Metal Hammer

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1. metalmayhem writes:

i would've liked to hear some of maynard's and trent's collaboration come to fruition. although, when i stopped to think about it.....it would probably just sound like a Godflesh album...........right??

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2. s3phiroth writes:

The thing about the songs from Tapeworm appearing as Puscifer songs has never been confirmed. What has been confirmed is that the song Passive (aka Vacant) on APC's eMOTIVE was the only finished Tapeworm song.

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3. Dustin writes:

Nine Inch Nails Rock And Tool

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4. gbcx writes:

Want Tapeworm? try eMule!

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