NIN's long-awaited double album released in 1999. It's over 100 minutes of Reznorrific enjoyment. The phrase "pulled a Fragile" resulted from the its spectacular, record-breaking plunge down the charts in its first week. ("The new Marilyn Manson album totally pulled a Fragile.")
Fragile is the debut album released by the band Saron Gas, released only in South Africa. After this album, the band were asked to change their name, by Wind-up Records due to Saron Gas being a homonym of sarin gas, a deadly nerve agent. They changed their name to Seether.
Fragile is the seventh album released by British band Dead or Alive in 2000. Like their album Fan the Flame (Part 1), this album has only seen a release in Japan, where the band is very popular. Containing a total of thirteen tracks, the album contains some new material as well as re-recordings and remixes of past hits.