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Single by Skinny Puppy
from the album Rabies
Released 1990
Format CD, 12"
Recorded Vancouver Studios (Vancouver) & Chicago Trax Studios (Chicago); 1988–89
Genre Industrial
Length 21:28
Label Nettwerk & Capitol Records
Producer(s) Dave Ogilvie and cEvin Key
Skinny Puppy singles chronology
"Tin Omen"

Worlock is a single by the band Skinny Puppy from the album Rabies.[1] The song uses a sample of the guitars in "Helter Skelter" by The Beatles, as well as a vocal sample of Charles Manson singing the song.

A mispressed CD release exists that contained Sinéad O'Connor's "The Emperor's New Clothes."[1]


  • Track listing 1
  • Music video 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4
    • Single 4.1

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Worlock (Ed)"   6:42
2. "Worlock (LP mix)"   5:00
3. "Tin Omen 1"   4:46
4. "Brak Talk"   5:00

Music video

A video was created for this song that, in part, consisted of many graphic scenes from various horror movies. The films used include: Deep Red, Suspiria, Tenebrae, Combat Shock, Phenomena, Opera, The Beyond, Hellraiser II, Bad Taste, Dead & Buried, Luther The Geek, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, From Beyond, Parents, Death Warmed Up, Intruder, Dune, and Altered States.


  1. ^ a b Kern, Jay (2010). Skinny Puppy: The Illustrated Discography (Second Edition). Mythos Press. p. 83. 

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