Nine Inch Nails ‘Free’ Album Sells Out

Rockers NINE INCH NAILS have sold out of an “ultradeluxe” edition of their new
LP – despite releasing the album’s tracks for free via Internet download.

The band sold out of their limited edition box set of Ghost I-IV after fans
purchased 2,500 physical copies for $300 (#150), according to

The official website grinded to a virtual halt on Monday (03Mar08)
after the Hurt hitmakers allowed listeners to download a nine-track version of
their album for free.

Fans were also given the choice to pay $5 (#2.50) for the whole album; $10
(#5) for a double disc set; or $75 (#37.50) for a deluxe version.