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The Greater Wrong of the Right
Studio album by Skinny Puppy
Released May 25, 2004
Recorded 2002 - 2004
Genre Post-Industrial
Electro-Industrial
Length 48:39
Label Synthetic Symphony
Producer Mark Walk, cEvin Key
Professional reviews
Skinny Puppy chronology
The Process
(1996)
The Greater Wrong of the Right
(2004)
Mythmaker
(2007)

The Greater Wrong of the Right is a 2004 album by Skinny Puppy. It was their first new full-length LP since 1996's The Process. It was also their first album since 1985's Bites without the support of deceased keyboardist Dwayne Goettel.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "I'mmortal" – 4:16
  2. "Pro-test" – 5:29
  3. "EmpTe" – 4:11
  4. "Neuwerld" – 5:28
  5. "Ghostman" – 4:55
  6. "d0wnsizer" – 4:20
  7. "Past Present" – 6:27
  8. "Use Less" – 4:47
  9. "Goneja" – 5:25
  10. "DaddyuWarbash" – 3:18

All songs by Ogre/Key/Walk.

Personnel

  • Nivek Ogre (vocals)
  • cEvin Key (various instruments)
  • Mark Walk (various instruments)
  • Ken Marshall (additional production)
  • Traz Damji (synthesis - 1)
  • Pat Sprawl (guitar - 1, 2)
  • Otto Von Schirach (sound design - 1, 9; synthesis, programming - 5)
  • Statik (synthesis, programming - 1, 2, 3, 6, 8)
  • Omar Torres (synthesis, programming - 2, 4, 5, 7)
  • Saki Kaskas (second guitar - 8)
  • Danny Carey (acoustic drums - 8)
  • Wayne Static (second vocal - 8)
  • Cyrusrex (synthesis, programming - 9)
  • Dre Robinson (synthesis - 10)
  • Brian Gardener (mastering)

Notes

Art direction and design by Steven R. Gilmore.

The percussion sample of "I'mmortal" was taken from a live performance by Gary Numan. The original sample can be heard of his CD, "Live in London" on the introductory track.

This is the first Skinny Puppy album not produced by Dave Ogilvie, who at the time of its recording was concentrating on his own band, Jakalope.

See also








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