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Skinny Puppy

Too Dark Park

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Category: Industrial

Year: 1990

Label: Capitol

Catalog Number: C4-94683

Average Rating: Not rated.

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Skinny Puppy Too Dark Park Album Cover

Personnel
N. Ogre
Kevin Key
D. Rudolph Goettel
Tracks
1.  Convulsions  
2.  Tormentor  
3.  Spasmolytic  
4.  Rash Reflection  
5.  Natures Revenge  
6.  Shore Lined Poison  
7.  Grave Wisdom  
8.  T.F.W.O.  
9.  Morpheus Laughing  
10.  Reclamation  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nivek Date: May 5, 2003 at 3:37
I can't believe you fucking Huns included Skinny Puppy as a metal band. Band is what pathetic, ugly high school losers listen to in order to not feel like an absolute reject. Skinny Puppy was possibly the most influential industrial band of all time, constantly progressing as well as bringing light political and social concerns. Skinny Puppy in an intelligent band, metal is pathetic. Don't confuse the two.

From: vomit flesh Date: February 25, 2004 at 17:59
erm.....nivek what the fuck go listen to your skinny puppy i've got NIN so do the cucumber and give your self 50 thrusts you need to lighten up

From: Date: March 28, 2004 at 1:44
skinny puppy has sucked, since skinny sucked ME! hELLO,COME BACK,PLEASE?

From: dead.circuit Date: May 29, 2004 at 16:28
skinny puppy for sure ain't no metal band!!!

From: SHANNON Date: June 20, 2004 at 22:47
.MEHT EKIL I ROFEREHT ,EGNARTS SI YPPUP YNNIKS. [Danny Carey & Neil Peart are the greatest drummers in the World!!!]

From: Clayton Date: June 21, 2004 at 5:22
You're all biggots. Skinny Puppy and NIN are the two greatest bands ever. Metal and Industrial both kick ass. They also make a fine hybrid ala Ministry & NIN for example. Fighting sucks.

From: Nathan Date: July 1, 2004 at 17:35
Skinny Puppy are my favorite band. Their music is creative, intelligent, errie, and original. But I also like metal. Skinny Puppy are too good to be labeled. Yet, they have such a versitale appeal to their sound that even metal fans dig.

From: shinji Date: April 14, 2005 at 19:36
Rabies was Skinny Puppy's metal album, not Too Dark Park, which is my favourite album they've done. Skinny Puppy should be in a category of their own because they defy classification.

From: ezoangelofdeath Date: April 15, 2009 at 5:05
This along Ministrys The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste, are possibly the greatest discs ever released for this genre, but I have to think by now everybodys already heard them, so I won't jump into a huge rant, this is a killer fuckind disc!


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