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Puppy Gristle

Puppy Gristle
EP by Skinny Puppy
Released February 2002
Recorded November 1993 in Malibu, CA (Shangri-La Studios)
Genre Industrial
Length 40:11
Label Subconscious Communications
Producer cEvin Key
Skinny Puppy chronology
The Process
(1996)
Puppy Gristle
(2002)
Back and Forth Series 6
(2003)

Puppy Gristle is an album released as a part of cEvin Key's subscription-service "From the Vault" in 2002, under the Skinny Puppy name. This was planned to be a limited-edition, subscription-only release of 1,000 copies available exclusively through the label's mailorder. It was eventually re-issued in larger quantities as a digipak in 2002/2003.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Personnel 2
  • Notes 3
  • External links 4

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Puppy Gristle"   40:11

Personnel

Notes

This release was recorded as a live improvised jam session one afternoon, at 30065 Morning View Drive in Malibu, California.

This performance was mixed by Ken Marshall in 1993, though it was reassembled and remixed in 2002 by cEvin Key.

Sections of this composition were previously heard on the Psychic TV compilations Electric Newspaper. Issue.Two and Electric Newspaper. Issue.Three, as well as on Download's Charlie's Family and The Eyes of Stanley Pain.

The release features liner notes by Key and Orridge, though none by Ogre or Thrasher. In 2006, Thrasher recalled the sessions on the Internet with this statement (verbatim):

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