Skinny Puppy ‎– 12 Inch Anthology

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Nettwerk ‎– W1-30041, Nettwerk ‎– W1 30041
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Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Translucent
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A1 Dig It
Mixed By – Key*, Chris Sheppard, Ogilvie*
7:24
A2 The Choke (Re-Grip)
Mixed By – Key*, Chris Sheppard, Ogilvie*
6:12
A3 Addiction (First Dose)
Engineer – Adrian Sherwood, Cevin Key, Dave Ogilvie, Greg Reely
8:28
A4 Deep Down Trauma Hounds (Remix)
Producer [Assisted By], Engineer [Assisted By], Mixed By [Assisted By] – Steve SpapperiProducer, Engineer, Mixed By – Adrian Sherwood
7:29
A5 Serpents 5:54
B1 Chainsaw 5:54
B2 Assimilate (R23 Mix) 6:32
B3 Stairs And Flowers (Def Wish Mix)
Edited By – Chep Nunez*Producer [Additional], Instrumentation By, Remix – Justin Strauss, Murry Elias*
6:02
B4 Stairs And Flowers (Too Far Gone)
Edited By – Chep Nunez*Producer [Additional], Instrumentation By, Remix – Justin Strauss, Murry Elias*
6:35
B5 Testure (12 Inch Mix)
Remix, Edited By [Re-edited By] – Cevin Key, Dave Ogilvie
8:30

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All tracks from the deleted singles: Dig It W1 3002, Addiction W1 3010, Stairs And Flowers W1 15281, Testure W1 44322

All songs ℗ © Nettwerk Productions Ltd. 1985-1989. Made in Canada by Nettwerk Productions Ltd.
Distributed in Canada by Capitol Records - EMI of Canada 3109 American Drive, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, L4V 1B2.

The sleeve lists two tracks: Addiction (Second Dose) and Testure (SF mix) which do not, in fact, appear on the record.
The track "Serpants" is listed as "Serphants" on the label. Both are typos, as the correct spelling is "Serpents".
Also the A side label shows the wrong duration time for track A1 (5:27), A3 (9:29) and A5 (6:55).

Vinyl looks like standard opaque black, but when held up to light, it is a translucent brown.

Catalog number on labels: W1-30041
Catalog number on sleeve: W1 30041

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 6700-3004 1-1 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 067003004114
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): W1 · 30041 . A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): W1 30041 . B1

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
W2 30041, W2-30041 Skinny Puppy Twelve Inch Anthology(CD, Comp) Nettwerk, Nettwerk W2 30041, W2-30041 Canada 1990 Sell This Version
W2 30041, CW2 30041, 748186T Skinny Puppy 12 Inch Anthology(CD, Comp, Club) Nettwerk, Columbia House, Columbia House W2 30041, CW2 30041, 748186T Canada 1990 Sell This Version
0 6700 30041 2 1 Skinny Puppy Twelve Inch Anthology(CD, Comp, RE) Nettwerk 0 6700 30041 2 1 US Unknown Sell This Version
W4-30041, W4 30041 Skinny Puppy Twelve Inch Anthology(Cass, Comp, Ova) Nettwerk, Capitol Records W4-30041, W4 30041 Canada 1990 Sell This Version
W2 30041, W2-30041 Skinny Puppy 12 Inch Anthology(CD, Comp) Nettwerk, Nettwerk W2 30041, W2-30041 Canada 1990 Sell This Version

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SecretRecords

SecretRecords

February 19, 2019
edited about 1 month ago
This isn't really all crammed on one LP, is it? That would make each side 33-35 minutes long. That's insane for an LP and I don't see how that would sound anything but terrible.
Scrap_Iron

Scrap_Iron

October 20, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

I hadn't paid much attention to this release, as I thought I didn't really need these remixes in my collection, but now I'm extremely happy I bought it, as there is outstanding stuff on this vinyl. Apart from the two unreleased tracks "Serpants" and "Chainsaw" (very good one), all the mixes sound enough different and interesting to justify the purchase. "Dig It" is a longer and more rocking mix, with sharp guitar samples in it, "The Choke" is twice as powerful and heavy, "Addiction" darker than ever, with its deep Sherwood basses. On side B, the wonderful "Assimilate" mix by Front 242's Richard 23 sounds even better than the original, the beats hammering and the voice more evil than ever. "Testure" is also superior to the original mix in my opinion, with its guitar inserts and the more clear production. Another very interesting feature of these 12" mixes is that you can listen to the various film samples at the beginning of the songs, and finally understand what they say. I'm not very fond of the two "Stairs And Flowers" versions only, but I don't really like the original song either.