Stream: Skinny Puppy, ‘Dogshit’ (Live) — from ‘Bootlegged, Broke and In Solvent Seas’

Electro-industrial legends Skinny Puppy next month will release the live album Bootlegged, Broke and In Solvent Seas, recorded on the band’s 2010 European tour — and you can get a first taste via this live version of “Dogshit,” the infamous lead-off track to 1988′s VIVIsectVI that was renamed “Censor” when it was released as a single.

Due out June 12, the 100track Bootlegged was recorded in Warsaw, Poland; Bratislava, Slovakia; Hildesheim, Germany; and Budapest, Hungary, and captures the band — still centered around Nivek Ogre and cEvin Key — recorded straight from the soundboard with “no editing magic or trickery.” Check out the full tracklist and the “Dogshit” stream below.

 

 

Skinny Puppy, Bootlegged, Broke and In Solvent Seas

1. “Prelude” (Warsaw)
2. “Rodent” (Warsaw)
3. “Dead Lines” (Bratislava)
4. “Dogshit” (Warsaw)
5. “Addiction” (Bratislava)
6. “HateKill” (Warsaw)
7. “Worlock” (Hildesheim)
8. “Morpheus Laughing” (Warsaw)
9. “Assimilate” (Warsaw)
10. “Shore Lined Poison” (Budapest)

 

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7 Comments

  • nwilhelmy

    Fuck yeah!

     
  • Sparkey

    I wish it was a 100 track album!

     
  • Charles

    Can’t wait for this, their live shows were some the most disturbing and exciting concerts I ever witnessed. They always sound spot on live, as well.

     
  • Salford

    dog shit is right

     
  • 9 tracks ? That’s it? This is more like an EP. ‘Handover’ was a pretty awful record. Let’s hope they tour soon, because they’ve lost it as a studio band.

     
  • nwilhelmy

    I though ‘Handover’ had it’s moments. I thought two of the tracks (“Cullorblind” and “Vyrisus”) were genuine SP classics, and the rest of it was pretty good (with the exception of “Ashas-” I fucking hate that song). As a whole, I just don’t think the album stands up next to ‘VivisectVI’ or ‘Last Rights.’

    Then again, nothing really does.

     
  • Ronnie B

    Wow, VIVIsectVI…brings back memories! Great CD along with M:TPI, Remission and Bites. Puppy in the 80′s was so good!

     
 

 

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