Riff Rip-Offs Vol 71 (Nine Inch Nails v. Godsmack)
Nine Inch Nails, Godsmack


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April 29th, 2007
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The NIN sample ought to be shorter. Most people don't care enough to wait it out. Just enough to get the idea, since they can look the songs up on their own if they really care.
April 29th, 2007
Does sound like it. I have that NIN cd, its a dam good one; was hell to find tho.
May 1st, 2007
Almost, but no cake...the only thing good is that NIN kicks ass.
pretty dead on. f*ck godsmack.
June 1st, 2007
Like we need any more proof Godsmack sucks. Good find though
July 6th, 2007
Thanks for putting this suggestion from me up, I've been griping about it for some time. If you listen to the vocals they sound the same as well, especially the third verse of "Last" compared to the entire song by Godsmack. Plus the short part after the verses sound the same as well.
April 5th, 2008
This is an example of a direct rip-off. Good catch on this one.
May 26th, 2008
The members of Godsmack have said many times how they're fans of NIN, so it's not surprising that they're influenced, or in this case, heavily influenced by NIN. And if you want an exact comparison, listen to NIN's A Warm Place and David Bowie's Crystal Japan. The same thing there is happening here. NIN > *
September 13th, 2008
Wow, good find
shameless ripoff, NiN rules