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Back and Forth Series 2

Back and Forth Series 2
Compilation album by Skinny Puppy
Released 1992
Recorded 1983-1984
Genre Industrial
Length 71:20
Label Nettwerk
Producer cEvin Key
Skinny Puppy chronology
Twelve Inch Anthology
(1990)
Back and Forth Series 2
(1992)
Brap: Back and Forth Series 3 & 4
(1996)

Back and Forth Series 2 is a compilation album by industrial band Skinny Puppy. It consists of the entire Back and Forth release remixed from the original four-track tapes, including raw live recordings and studio rarities.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Intro (Live in Winnipeg)"   2:06
2. "Sleeping Beast"   5:57
3. "K-9"   3:40
4. "Monster Radio Man"   2:22
5. "Quiet Solitude"   4:44
6. "The Pit"   5:18
7. "Sore In A Masterpiece / Dead of Winter"   13:44
8. "Unovis On A Stick"   2:40
9. "To A Baser Nature"   2:51
10. "A.M. / Meat Flavour"   1:47
11. "My Voice Sounds Like Shit"   2:28
12. "Smothered Hope (demo)"   7:21
13. "Explode the P.A. (live brap)"   10:06
14. "Assimilate (original inst. demo)"   3:04
15. "Edge of Insanity"   4:48

There is an untitled improvisational piece that appears before "Smothered Hope (demo)", and lasts just over two minutes long.

References

  • Wolanski, Coreen J. (2002). "Skinny Puppy: Every Dog Has Its Day".  
  • Kern, Jay (2010). Skinny Puppy: The Illustrated Discography (Second Edition). Mythos Press. p. 13. 

External links

  • Back and Forth Series 2 at Discogs (CD, Nettwerk)
  • Back and Forth Series 2 (Metal Box) at Discogs (CD, Nettwerk)
  • Back and Forth Series 2 at Allmusic
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