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The Singles Collect

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The Singles Collect

The Singles Collect
Compilation album by Skinny Puppy
Released 16 November 1999
Recorded 1984-1992
Genre Industrial
Label Nettwerk
Producer Various
Skinny Puppy chronology
Remix dystemper
The Singles Collect
B-Sides Collect
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

The Singles Collect is a compilation album by Skinny Puppy, released in 1999. The collection serves as a singles-collection release, with a few assorted promo singles and alternate mixes used instead. Not all singles are represented, due to time and label restrictions. Other singles that have been released (or planned for release) as promos and unused include: "Chainsaw", "Love In Vein", and "Candle".

Track 8 on the rear cover has a typo—Spasmolytic is misspelt as Spamsmolytic.


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

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Testure (S.F. Mix)"   4:01
2. "Worlock-ed"   6:45
3. "Dig It (Short Edit)"   5:07
4. "Censor"   3:59
5. "Assimilate"   6:57
6. "Stairs & Flowers"   5:19
7. "Inquisition (Single Mix)"   4:26
8. "Spasmolytic"   3:55
9. "Tin Omen"   4:37
10. "Tormentor"   4:34
11. "Addiction"   6:02
12. "deep down Trauma Hounds"   4:43
13. "Killing Game"   3:50
14. "Smothered Hope"   5:15
15. "Far Too Frail"   3:45




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