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The word "Starfucker" may have been taken from The Rolling Stones' song "Star Star" (original title "Starfucker") which appeared on their 1973 album Goats Head Soup or more likely from the song "Professional Widow", also rumoured to be about Love, by Tori Amos, to whom Reznor was close prior to what he refers to as "some malicious meddling on the part of Courtney Love".The song was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance in 2000, but it lost to Black Sabbath's "Iron Man".The outro introduces more synthesizers, distortion and sound effects."Starfuckers, Inc." deals with the self-involved vanity and shallow commercialization of fame.The chorus is built on heavy metal guitars and massed, shouted choruses.The verses feature breakbeats, deep bass hits, and glitchy, stuttering vocals.

The song is released as the fourth single from the double album, The Fragile.

Although the song does not have an official halo, a promotional edited single for "Starfuckers, Inc." entitled "Starsuckers, Inc." was distributed with exclusive radio edits, and a video for "Starsuckers, Inc." was produced.

Written by Trent Reznor and Charlie Clouser, "Starfuckers, Inc." is one of the heaviest songs on The Fragile.

"Starsuckers, Inc." was released as a promotional three-track CD in the United States.

It contains the original track, a radio edit in which the word "starfuckers" is replaced by the less-profane "Starsuckers", and the audio of the "Starsuckers, Inc." video with additional changes in lyrics.

The song is released as the fourth single from the double album, The Fragile.Although the song does not have an official halo, a promotional edited single for "Starfuckers, Inc." entitled "Starsuckers, Inc." was distributed with exclusive radio edits, and a video for "Starsuckers, Inc." was produced.Written by Trent Reznor and Charlie Clouser, "Starfuckers, Inc." is one of the heaviest songs on The Fragile."Starsuckers, Inc." was released as a promotional three-track CD in the United States.It contains the original track, a radio edit in which the word "starfuckers" is replaced by the less-profane "Starsuckers", and the audio of the "Starsuckers, Inc." video with additional changes in lyrics.Its Nothing Records catalog number is INTR-10079-2.