Skinny Puppy Vinyl, CD & tapes by Skinny Puppy at Norman Records

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Skinny Puppy
Last Rights

Originally released in 1992 as their final album via Nettwerk, ‘Last Rights’ was the seventh studio record from Canadian electro-industrial band Skinny Puppy. Including the single ‘Inquisition’, 'Last Rights' became the group's first LP to penetrate the US Billboard 200 chart. The record was later named by Alternative Press as one of the 100 best albums of the Nineties.
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Skinny Puppy

Rabies was an oddball record in the storied history of Skinny Puppy in that it featured Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen on several tracks and so the record had more the feel of a Ministry record than a Skinny Puppy one. Still, this is an experimental work on which the band mixed their industrial rock background with with an ahead-of-their-time use of sampling. Back out on vinyl courtesy of Nettwerk records. 

Skinny Puppy

VIVI Sect VI (Vivisect Six) was the fourth album by Canadian electro-industrial band Skinny Puppy. At the time, 1988, it was the band’s most refined sounding album. It was regarded as their best album by many critics. Lyrically it dealt with animal rights, chemical warfare and environmental issues. 

Skinny Puppy

As well as the fact that cEvin key found a unique and innovative way of spelling Kevin, Skinny Puppy were musically innovative too fusing bits of new wave, techno and film noir into a sample based industrial racket. This is their debut missive and has now been re-unleashed on vinyl for the first time in 25 years. 

Skinny Puppy

'Bites' was the second missive from industrial music clatterers Skinny Puppy. They fused all kinds of musics including new wave and film noir with innovative ahead of it's time sampling. This one contains their first underground hit 'Assimilate' and is now available on vinyl for the first time in over 25 years.