Skinny Puppy


scary ! soo cool. frogpoo likes them!

>>By   (Tuesday, 12 Nov 2002 11:17)

i wish i had been able to see them. the albums are awesome

>>By the killing game   (Tuesday, 3 Dec 2002 18:56)

Skinny Puppy will always be my first love. Not only does their music hold an special place in my heart, but also the fact that they are fellow Canadians. I have a band myself, so I can appreciate just how much of a struggle it is to get recognition here, especially when you were like these guys, who were on the forefront of revolutionizing a whole, new sound.
In my opinion, Canada has produced some of the most mundane, hum-drum garbage that has ever plagued the airwaves, while it's true talent, like Puppy, was always forced to take a back seat in the recognition department to more commercially viable 'talent'. Puppy made their mark in music history by daring to be different. Who can honestly say that of most of todays' musicians?

>>By Gh0st   (Monday, 23 Dec 2002 06:28)

dark blood spilling drilling down dark waters calling crying pains sliver drug drooling games to fear a apocoliptic urge shattered sex driven opressed sense nulling atomic fire twin needles seering faces it calls in forever crawling to be sprawled eternity wide open void sucking veins
memories paradise lost
skinny puppy

>>By REV.ANGEL   (Monday, 23 Dec 2002 09:44)

They're cool.   (Sunday, 9 Feb 2003 03:52)


>>By deAtH   (Saturday, 15 Feb 2003 16:49)

Skinny puppy are the best band to ever grace this universe

>>By FrAzEr   (Monday, 17 Feb 2003 16:42)

anyone... fill the pool... on your way out... and down

>>By BrapAddict   (Sunday, 16 Mar 2003 19:26)

Skinny Puppy, is bar-nun the most evil band I have ever laid ears on. One example, on "INQUISITION" you can hear what sounds like a demon talking between verses (slow & unclear). Now if one was on some sort of pyscotropic drug (ie. LSD) the lyrics in question as well as others, may or may not, become audible under certain circumstances. May I suggest black light & and some of that shipping tape w/ the thread inside (it glows in the BL) put it around door and window frames as well as about 6 8" pieces hanging from air vents. A good stereo a couple of TABS & friends lock up the house, put "Cleanse Fold &" on the stereo, turn it up & on repeat entire album, turn on the B.L.hit the bong and hang on, next stop HELL!

>>By Ace 9   (Saturday, 26 Apr 2003 03:25)

Skinny Puppy is by far the best band ever. They are my Gods...dead or alive.

>>By Rissy   (Saturday, 26 Apr 2003 05:00)

need more skinny puppy

>>By skip   (Wednesday, 30 Apr 2003 22:28)

hey, apparently they're coming out with a new album soon.

>>By Orridge   (Monday, 12 May 2003 23:53)

I truely brilliant band. Both politically aware, and shock awe inspiring. Albums like Cleanse, Fold, and Manipulate, and Vivi Sect VI, have insprired my thirst for knowledge of the true underbelly of our world. Bands don't exist like Puppy anymore, we our left with their beautiful music, as we must suffer through the garbage of the airwaves today.

>>By Entropy   (Tuesday, 24 Jun 2003 22:16)

Not one of my favourite bands but I do have a bit of time and respect for Skinny Puppy. There was a time when a lot of people around me were into Skinny Puppy, so I decided to see what all the fuss was about and went out and bought Brap (back + forth vol 3+4) as I couldn't find the Singles Collect. So anyway one day my boyfriend and a couple of friends of ours were listening to it and a friend said " hey skip to Tin Omen" (At least I THINK it was Tin Omen) so my boyf' skipped to that track but instead of Tin Omen it played... Left Handshake!!! This of course meant nothing to me at the time but everyone else in the room went nuts! As it turns out my copy of Brap is a rare one with the rare missing track on it , and no multimedia (which is fine anyway coz the multimedia section doesn't play on my computer). Since then I have had numerous offers for "My" Brap all of which I have turned down, coz I am a huge music fan and know full well that no amount of money can be enough for any rarity. Especially if it's part of MY CD collection ;-)

>>By Scarlet Succubus   (Monday, 7 Jul 2003 09:58)

Hey, A few years ago I aquired a sampler that was once owned by Dwayne Gotteil of Skinny is very cool for allot of reasons (its painted by dwayne, the instruction manual has drawings by him in it)...If youre interested in perhaps purchasing this item before i take it to e-bay next month, e-mail me and Ill give you the lowdown:

>>By minusmilk   (Tuesday, 22 Jul 2003 23:01)

Skinny Puppy is the band by which all others are to be judged. It would be unjust to say one album is their best, as they are varied in style and content. The most recent album (Greater wrong of the right), however (IMHO) is more like Ogre's solo material than the older Skinny Puppy. If one band will either get into hardcore into industrial music or make you hate it, it's the puppy.

Also I'd like to recommend Yelworc (old material is out of print but the new album "Trinity" is absolutely magnificent!)

>>By rivethead   (Monday, 25 Oct 2004 23:23)

I discovered Skinny Puppy just two-three weeks ago, the last album at that. The music is absolutely mind-blowing and I like it very much. However, I extremely disliked the vocals by Nivek Ogre. I don't know, some sort of instinctive/subliminal/subconscious dislike of the voice, artificially enhanced in addition ("Neuwerld" in particular, oh god, save us all from the horror that is this low, whining voice with pretensions on being menacing and foreboding). I'm struggling at the moment, whether I truly like the band or do not. Ogre's voice keeps on keeping me from liking the Skinny Puppy too much.

>>By scyrlin   (Wednesday, 15 Dec 2004 15:03)

scyrlin , it was a bad choice to start of with the new album. It's completely different from their early stuff. Remission, Bites, Mind: TPI, Cleanse, fold and manipulate, rabies, last rites .. all masterpieces. Oh, but if you don't like distorted vocals ...well.. you won't like Skinny Puppy.

>>By bleurgh   (Wednesday, 15 Dec 2004 15:48)

give the album a few listens. they are an aquired taste. in fact,...bleurgh is right. get some older records..... they will grow on you like a tumor.

>>By jimakane   (Wednesday, 15 Dec 2004 21:57)

hm....skinny puppy is good
but too mild for my taste

>>By hallo   (Sunday, 16 Jan 2005 20:49)

god ijust recently found out about this band and already i'm in love! o.O

>>By ZeNi?   (Tuesday, 2 Sep 2008 08:22)

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