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No. 19: Nine Inch Nails, ‘The Hand That Feeds’ – Top 21st Century Hard Rock Songs

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After the mixed bag that was Nine Inch Nails‘ 1999 double album, ‘The Fragile,’ Trent Reznor took his time in honing down what it is his band does well. It may have taken six years to turn around a new record, but 2005′s ‘With Teeth’ was exactly what the album title said it was.

Reznor regained the aggression of his early works, and was off and running with ‘The Hand That Feeds.’ The hard-driving song had an infectious beat and Reznor took a dip into the political pool by crafting the song about American politics and targeting George W. Bush.

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