Skinny Puppy – The greater wrong of the right

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The Greater Wrong of the Right is the ninth studio album by Canadian electro-industrial band Skinny Puppy, released by SPV on May 25, 2004. It is their first full-length record since 1996’s The Process. It is also their first album since 1985’s Bites without the support of keyboardist Dwayne Goettel, who died in 1995, and their first album since the departure of producer Dave “Rave” Ogilvie. It was produced by Cevin Key and is Ohgr collaborator Mark Walk’s first appearance as an official member of the band. The album’s artwork was created by longtime collaborator Steven R. Gilmore.

After the difficult recording of The Process, band members Key and Nivek Ogre chose to focus on solo projects before accepting an offer to perform as Skinny Puppy at the Doomsday Festival in 2000. Afterward, Key and Ogre reformed the band with Walk and recorded new material throughout 2003. Stylistically, the album is a departure from their earlier work as the band wished to explore more melodic song structures. It also features contributions from musicians such as Danny Carey and Wayne Static. The album was promoted by the single “Pro-test” and by a world tour.

CD in enclosed in a slipcase and is in Mint condition. Warning: CD artwork is deemed explicit.



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