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Skinny Puppy - Remix Dystemper mp3 album

Skinny Puppy - Remix Dystemper mp3 album Performer: Skinny Puppy
Album: Remix Dystemper
Country: UK & Europe
Released: 1998
Style: IDM, Industrial, Electro, Experimental
Size MP3: 1356 mb.
Size FLAC: 1448 mb.
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 989
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Remix Dystemper ‎(Cass, Album). Koch International Poland. Guru's completely strange remix of 'Censor' was what initially drew me to the compilation back in 1998 (how the hell did these guys meet?), but other remixes by Neotropic (multilayered, dark hip hop) and Josh Wink (stripped down, minimal techno with Ogre sounding especially menacing over top) also stayed on repeat. Although Adrian Sherwood, Autechre and a few other reliable and experimental producers are represented, I don't feel that any of the other acts do anything especially innovative with the material

Skinny Puppy ‎– Remix Dystemper. Label: Nettwerk ‎– 5 08 2 0. Format: CD, Album. Country: UK & Europe. All I'll say about this album is that no matter how weak the majority of the remix work here is, the entry price is entirely justified by Ken Marshall's utterly mind-blowing tweaking of Rodent. No attention grabbing, just subtle prods in all directions making it heavier, punchier, more pointed all round.

Remix Dystemper ‎(CD, Album, MP). Nettwerk. 0 8 2 9. Skinny Puppy. Remix Dystemper ‎(CD, Album).

Remix Dystemper is a 1998 remix album of Skinny Puppy tracks, by various artists. An early pressing of the Remix DysTemper album shipped with all the proper artwork, but the disc contained Christian gospel music instead of the Skinny Puppy remixes. A promo version of the album contained only eight tracks, omitting tracks 3, 4, 10, 11, 12. Both the "Rodent" remix by Hiwatt and the "Spasmolytic" remix by Deftones appeared on different soundtracks of the famous Saw franchise

By: Skinny Puppy (1998, Electronic). 1. Rodent (Ken ‘Hiwatt’ Marshall Remix) (DDT Mix). 2. Addiction (Günter Schulz Of KMFDM Remix) (Opium Mix). 3. Smothered Hope (Ogre And Mark Walk Remix). 4. Killing Game (Autechre Remix) (Bent Mix). 5. Love In Vein (Neotropic Remix) (Go Girl Trio Mix).

Electronic fans will be most impressed by Autechre's "Killing Game," Josh Wink's "Chainsaw" and Neotropic's "Love in Vein," and ignore the questionable inclusions of the Deftones, God Lives Underwater and Guru.

Features Song Lyrics for Skinny Puppy's Remix Dystemper album. Skinny Puppy - Remix Dystemper Album Lyrics. Tin Omen (Main mix) Lyrics. Rodent (DDT mix) Lyrics. Skinny Puppy Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?

Here are some notes before I begin unmercifully bashing this album: 1. Chris Vrenna (NIN) made the best remix of Assimilate I've ever heard (blows R23 out of the water completely). In fact I think this is the best remix of a SP song ever done by a non-Puppy member. The remix of Rodent gets an honorable mention here, mainly because it doesn't have too much impact on the flow of the song, simply accentuating some parts here and there and adding a few new sounds.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Nettwerk (catalog number 0 8 2 9). This album was released in 1998-10-20 year. US. Format of the release is. CD, Album. The album included the following session artists: Artwork.

Tracklist

Rodent (Ken 'Hiwatt' Marshall Remix) (DDT Mix) 7:11
Addiction (Günter Schulz Of KMFDM Remix) (Opium Mix) 6:35
Smothered Hope (Ogre And Mark Walk Remix) 3:33
Killing Game (Autechre Remix) (Bent Mix) 5:11
Love In Vein (Neotropic Remix) (Go Girl Trio Mix) 5:11
Worlock (Rhys Fulber Remix) (Eye Of The Beholder Mix) 6:50
Spasmolytic (Deftones Remix) (Habitual Mix) 4:32
Tin Omen (Adrian Sherwood Remix) (Main Mix) 7:32
Testure (God Lives Underwater Remix) 5:16
Dig It (Mark Walk Remix) 2:44
Assimilate (Chris Vrenna Remix) (Tweaker Mix) 6:22
Censor (Guru Remix) (The Gutter Mix) 4:04
Chainsaw (Josh Wink Remix) 9:41

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
5 03770 30128 2 0 Skinny Puppy Remix Dystemper ‎(CD, Album) Nettwerk 5 03770 30128 2 0 UK & Europe 1998
none Skinny Puppy ReMix Dys Temper -Advance Music ‎(CDr, Album, Promo, Non) Nettwerk none 1998
0 6700 30128 2 9 Skinny Puppy Remix Dystemper ‎(CD, Album) Nettwerk 0 6700 30128 2 9 Canada 1998
0 6700 30213 2 6 Skinny Puppy Remix Dystemper ‎(CD, Album) Nettwerk America 0 6700 30213 2 6 US 1998
0 6700 30213 2 6 Skinny Puppy Remix Dystemper ‎(CD, Album) Nettwerk America 0 6700 30213 2 6 US 1998
0 6700 30128 2 9 Skinny Puppy Remix Dystemper ‎(CD, Album) Nettwerk 0 6700 30128 2 9 US 1998
0 6700 30128 2 9 Skinny Puppy Remix Dystemper ‎(CD, Album, MP) Nettwerk 0 6700 30128 2 9 US 1998
52035-2 Skinny Puppy Remix Dystemper ‎(CD, Album) Koch International Poland 52035-2 Poland Unknown
52035-4 Skinny Puppy Remix Dystemper ‎(Cass, Album) Koch International Poland 52035-4 Poland Unknown


What kind of moron would pay $125 for religious music simply because it's a skinny puppy misprinted CD. I'll tell you what kind of moron, a millennial moron who automatically sees dollar signs in his eyes when he sees the word misprint even if not one other person on the planet would pay for not only the wrong music. It's not only the wrong music, it's the exact opposite of the type of music Skinny Puppy produces. Now that millennial moron will be stuck with church music he cannot resell or enjoy in his Skinny Puppy CD section and he absolutely deserves it for being a moron.
Sounds like whoever forked over the $125 mistook the term “mispress” for the more commonly seen, “misprint”. Just as the original poster noted, its not simply a word or two misprinted on the outer jacket sleeve, the factory mistakenly pressed the wrong music entirely. All I gotta say is, whoever made this obscene purchase, I just hope this isnt a lesson they’ll have to learn more than once.
All I'll say about this album is that no matter how weak the majority of the remix work here is, the entry price is entirely justified by Ken Marshall's utterly mind-blowing tweaking of Rodent. No attention grabbing, just subtle prods in all directions making it heavier, punchier, more pointed all round. A brilliant piece of remix understatement. I remember being so disappointed that the rest of the work here doesn't follow this simple pattern.
your wrong about the remix work. it is all the best. maybe you to over your head.
"They butchered the classics." Yes, that's why i like it a lot. Very energetic and powerful release.
Really don't like this CD. They butchered the classics. Even Ogre's mix of Smothered Hope was unlistenable. The remix of Addiction is great and I would pick Warlock to be my send favorite on the entire album. The rest I could do without. Josh Wink's mix is some marvelous crap as usual.
If you ever wanted to play Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon with say, Guru from hip hop legends Gangstarr and the industrial heavyweights Skinny Puppy, now is your chance. Guru's completely strange remix of 'Censor' was what initially drew me to the compilation back in 1998 (how the hell did these guys meet?), but other remixes by Neotropic (multilayered, dark hip hop) and Josh Wink (stripped down, minimal techno with Ogre sounding especially menacing over top) also stayed on repeat. Although Adrian Sherwood, Autechre and a few other reliable and experimental producers are represented, I don't feel that any of the other acts do anything especially innovative with the material. I am happy to see that Skinny Puppy incorporated the voices of long time Puppy collaborators like Ken Marshall and Sherwood though. Perhaps another album of interpretations is in order?
this cd is worth it for the first and last tracks alone. all the other remixes arent that great. if only they concentrated on making good remixes instead of just having all these celebrity remixers like the gd deftones and such. the remixes on skinny puppy singles r fantastic its to bad they could'nt just do simple remixes and not try to reinvent the songs. i beleve the first remix is done like this and the last is just damn cool