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Back and Forth Series 7

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Back and Forth Series 7

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Skinny Puppy
Released 2007
Recorded Various locations
Genre Industrial
Length 1:10:50
Label Subconscious Communications
Producer Scaremeister
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
ReGen Magazine 4/5 stars[1]

Back and Forth Series 7 is an album of outtakes from Last Rights and The Process,[2] released through cEvin Key's Subconscious Communications[3] in 2007. It was the only Vault release issued during the Mythrus tour.[4]

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "First Night in Malibu"   1:07
2. "Wrong Rip Fixin"   5:25
3. "Morpheus (Demo Version)"   4:12
4. "Cast Iron Bathtub"   2:35
5. "Process²"   1:52
6. "This Is Your Terror"   2:18
7. "Cauldron of Sorrow"   3:34
8. "All in Her Mind"   3:09
9. "Disco Infernal (Raw Candle)"   5:24
10. "Mindfuck 17"   1:49
11. "Those Loud Neighbours"   5:58
12. "Hud (Amnesia Odd)"   4:17
13. "Kstorm"   6:49
14. "Haunted"   9:05
15. "Its History"   5:08
16. "Blood"   5:12
17. "Sters 150"   4:10


  • Written-by — Dwayne Goettel, Nivek Ogre and cEvin Key[5]
  • Guitar — Pat Sproule
  • Artwork (Graphics) — Simon Paul
  • Artwork (Painting) — Allen Jaeger


External links

  • Discogs (list of releases)

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