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B-Sides Collect

The B-Sides Collect
Compilation album by Skinny Puppy
Released November 16, 1999
Recorded 1987–1992
Genre Industrial
Label Nettwerk
Producer Various
Skinny Puppy chronology
The Singles Collect
(1999)
The B-Sides Collect
(1999)
Doomsday: Back and Forth, Vol. 5: Live in Dresden
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

B-Sides Collect is a compilation album by Skinny Puppy, released in 1999.[2][3] The album serves as a collection of several B-sides from earlier singles that went out of print around the time of its release. With the exception of "Serpents", this collection compliments Twelve Inch Anthology which contains many B-Sides. Not all B-sides are represented, due to time and label restrictions. Other B-sides that had previously been available but do not appear on this release include: "Censor (Dogshit) 12inch mix", "Tin Omen (reload)", "Spasmolytic (remix)", "Walking On Ice (Live)", "Inquisition (Extended Mix)", and "Choralone (Live)". [4]

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Personnel 2
  • Guests 3
  • References 4

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Addiction (Second Dose)" (From the Addiction single)  
2. "The Second Opinion" (From the Testure single)  
3. "Serpents" (From the Testure single)  
4. "Punk In Park Zoo's" (From the Censor/Dogshit single)  
5. "Yes He Ran" (From the Censor/Dogshit single)  
6. "Cage" (From the Chainsaw single)  
7. "Lahuman8" (From the Inquisition single)  
8. "Mirror Saw (Dub Mix)" (From the Inquisition single)  
9. "Shore Lined Poison (Remix)" (From the Spasmolytic single)  
10. "Harsh Stone White (Live)" (From the Spasmolytic single)  
11. "Tin Omen 1" (From the Worlock single)  
12. "Brak Talk" (From the Worlock single)  
13. "Amputate" (From the Tin Omen single)  
14. "Bark" (From the Tormentor single)  
15. "Nature's Revenge (Dub)" (From the Tormentor single)  
[5]

Personnel

Guests

References

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^
  3. ^
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