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      Skinny Puppy
      "The Greater Wrong Of The Right"

      Label: Synthetic Symphony (2004)
      "The Greater Wrong Of The Right" is an album that fortunately lacks any kind of anachronism or supposed nostalgic flair, enlisting as it does the support of a new generation of musicians, like Tool's Danny Carey ( acoustic drums on "Use Less" ) or Wayne Static of Static-X ( vocals on "Use Less") it is, with all its dark brilliance, already one of the most outstanding and innovative albums of the year and another milestone in the history of this exceptional band. There can be no doubt that Skinny Puppy with their complex soundscapes ( which have influenced whole generations of bands ) count among the spearheading representatives of the so-called 'electronic body music' movement of the mid-Eighties. They were one of the innovative new electro acts of that decade. If Front 242 were the genre's continental heroes, Skinny Puppy could possibly be contenders for industrial music icons on the other side of the Atlantic.

    dkk 80/eur 10

    CD