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Closure is the first video album by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, released on November 25, 1997.

The double VHS set consists of one tape of live concert and behind-the-scenes footage from their Self-Destruct and Further Down the Spiral tours and one tape of music videos.

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"Wrecking Ball" is a pop ballad which lyrically discusses the deterioration of a relationship. Nine weeks later, the track returned to number one, and consequently had the largest gap between number-one sittings in Billboard Hot 100 history.

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One segment, in particular, is dedicated to Reznor's penchant at the time for violently destroying keyboards and other tour equipment each show.

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It was released on August 25, 2013, by RCA Records as the album's second single.

The song was written by Mo Zella, Stephan Moccio, Sacha Skarbek, Kiyanu Kim, production was helmed by the last two. Billboard Hot 100 at number 50, and later became Cyrus' first number-one single in the United States after the release of its controversial music video; it retained the peak position during the following week.