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Fantastic Fan Shots of Nine Inch Nails' Troubadour Gig

Go inside the intimate show with these crowdsourced visuals

Nine Inch Nails perform at the Troubadour in Los Angeles.
Rob Sheridan
September 4, 2013 4:35 PM ET

Last night, Nine Inch Nails treated a select group of fans to an intimate club show at L.A.'s Troubadour, during which they paired old classics with new material from the group's latest album, Hesitation Marks. The crowd was pulverized by Reznor and Co.'s loud live gig, but thankfully, they were still able to flood social network platforms with a bevy of fantastic Instagrams and Vines. To get a feel of how special this show was, check out this collection of 17 fantastic fan shots. 

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