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Skinny PuppyThe Greater Wrong Of The Right

Label:Synthetic Symphony – SPV 085-63722 CD, Hell-O Deathday Records – SPV 085-63722 CD
CD, Album, Digipak
Style:Breakbeat, Industrial, Electro, IDM, Experimental


GuitarPat Sprawl
Sound DesignerOtto Von Schirach
SynthesizerTraz Damji
Synthesizer, Programmed ByStatik (4)
GuitarPat Sprawl
Synthesizer, Programmed ByOmar Torres, Statik (4)
Synthesizer, Programmed ByStatik (4)
Synthesizer, Programmed ByOmar Torres
Synthesizer, Programmed ByOmar Torres, Otto Von Schirach
Synthesizer, Programmed ByStatik (4)
7Past Present
Synthesizer, Programmed ByOmar Torres
8Use Less
Drums [Acoustic Drums]Danny Carey
Guitar [Second Guitar]Saki Kaskas
Synthesizer, Programmed ByStatik (4)
Vocals [Second Vocal]Wayne Static
Sound DesignerOtto Von Schirach
Synthesizer, Programmed ByCyrusrex
SynthesizerDre Robinson

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Packaging: Digipak with slipcase.
This album was also released in jewel case : Skinny Puppy - The Greater Wrong Of The Right.

Published by Brap Songs/socan
Wayne Static of Static-X appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records
Danny Carey appears courtesy of Zomba/Jive/Volcano/Dissectional
Otto Von Schirach appears courtesy of Schematic Music Company

℗ 2004 Synthetic Symphony, a division of SPV GmbH. © 2004 Synthetic Symphony, a division of SPV GmbH. Distributed by SPV GmbH. Made in Germany. Under exclusive license from Hell-O dEathday Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 693723637228
  • Barcode (Text): 6 93723 63722 8
  • Matrix / Runout: Sonopress 51088445/80000678 21
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB 45
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0742
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0751
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 0796
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 4): IFPI 0747
  • Label Code: LC 05375
  • Rights Society: socan

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
The Greater Wrong Of The Right (CD, Album, Promo)Synthetic SymphonySPV 80000678Germany2004
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The Greater Wrong Of The Right (CD, Album, Jewel Case)Synthetic Symphony, Hell-O Deathday RecordsSPV 63722 CDGermany2004
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The Greater Wrong Of The Right (CD, Album)Steamhammer, Crown (3)CRCL-4829Japan2004
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The Greater Wrong Of The Right (CD, Album, Jewel Case)Synthetic SymphonySPV 085-63722 CDUS2004
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The Greater Wrong Of The Right (CD, Album)Soyuz Music, Synthetic SymphonySPV 085-63722 CDRussia2004


  • Diamond_J's avatar
    Would anybody who actually has a copy of this vinyl be willing to take some more pics. I'd just like to see more details of the sleeve, LPs, a shot of the side, back, with the slip off ... (why does that sound kind of dirty?) Unless they do a repress I'm not likely to get my own to look at...
    • choronzonsclubber's avatar
      Edited 10 years ago
      I think SKINNY PUPPY took a giant step forward with "The Greater Wrong of the Right". Each track is an genuine innovative piece of music in itself which brings (industrial-)EBM to the next level. SKINNY PUPPY are sure no longer industrial-EBM "pure et simple" but more musical artists in the true sense of the word.
      There is no weak track on "TGWotR". The album is a collection of ideas on what hard electronic music of the future should be about. Only partially made for the dancefloor, this seems to be the main point of critisism, but nonetheless should the catchy rythms and melodies inflame the listeners heart and soul from the very first second as it did mine.
      • kattamuuran's avatar
        I think it a little glib to review a record that one does not own. I also think it a little silly to bash any record, as i dont find that useful when i am considering a purchase, as i would rather hear why someone likes a record versus reading someone complain. So when I saw this album previously reviewed with the those two points made quite clear, I felt compelled to review it anew, but from a more positive perspective. I do own this record and have found it fantastic. Skinny Puppy have impressed me over the years because they always move and grow in interesting directions. With the greater wrong of the right, they take a bold left hand path, and fuse Ogres' clean, and well delivered vocals with a fresh batch of electronic programming from Key. the list of guests are extensive and diverse, and the nice thing is that their appearances never dominate any particular track. Thus you have people as diverse as Danny Carey (Tool) and Otto Von Shirach appearing on the record and yet, it is ostensibly skinny puppy.

        To say this record was eagerly anticipated would be an understatement. It was like the industrial equivilant of Pink Floyd releasing a follow up to the Division Bell. However, given that Skinny Puppy was never going to make every crusty old fan happy, they still managed to create a record that they wanted to make, and made it fresh. Although i really enjoyed this release, what really made me smile was seeing my 16 year old cousin get completely turned onto Skinny Puppy because of this record, which was how old i was when i was first exposed to this seminal band way back when.

        In the end, it is good to see that the artists that i respect and have grown up with are still creating music that is meaningful to them, sound fresh, and have taken their namesake in a bold and crucial new direction.