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Last Rights
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It was released in March 1992 as the group's final record distributed through Nettwerk.

Amazing Skinny Puppy album. 1992 Europe cd. -This is a soundtrack that describes the destruction of an alien's galaxy. First of all: Skinny Puppy’s Last Rights and Coil's " Love's Secret Domain" are the most progressive electronic music album at the beginning of the 90's one can possibly imagine. If one considers which music at that time was labeled IDM (Intelligent Dance Music), see Warp Records for example, their music appears such as child quark compared with the albums of Skinny Puppy and Coil.

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Listen free to Skinny Puppy – Last Rights (Love in Vein, Killing Game and more). The album included a ballad ("Killing Game"), a first for the group, as well as the dance-floor friendly track "Inquisition", and dense sound sculptures like "Download" and "Riverz End" (a joint remix of two tracks from the Rabies album, "Rivers" and "Choralone")  . Connect to this site.

Released in 1992, Last Rights is the seventh album by Skinny Puppy. It is also one of the band’s most infamous due to the various behind the scenes and production related controversies related to it’s release. The album was recorded while Nivek Orge’s heroin addiction had all but consumed him, culminating in Orge being hospitalized for Hepatitis A while the band was touring Europe. During this time of recovery and detox from heroin, Orge isolated himself from the rest of the band in favor of the members of his side project Pigface

Last Rights (1992) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Last Rights (1992).

Last Rights, Skinny Puppy's final album before a five-year hiatus, and their second to last overall, is a hailstorm of electro-distortion ten years ahead of its time.

Last Rights was supported on Skinny Puppy's last tour before their reunion in 2004. The live shows for the tour had Ogre acting out a narrative through the album's music. The half concert, half play chronicled a man's addiction in what seemed liked a post-apocalyptic setting. Skinny Puppy's Last Right is a difficult album. At first I found it frightening, as it was one of my first notable music discoveries. Now the album has a calming effect on me. I listen to it when I have trouble sleeping or when I'm nervous about something.

Band Name Skinny Puppy. Album Name Last Rights. Released date 30 June 1992.


A1 Love In Vein 5:35
A2 Killing Game 3:49
A3 Knowhere? 4:19
B1 Mirror Saw 3:50
B2 Inquisition 5:18
B3 Scrapyard 3:52
C1 Riverz End 6:41
C2 Lust Chance 3:45
C3 Circustance 4:38
D Download 11:01
Bonus CD
1 Love In Vein 5:35
2 Killing Game 3:49
3 Knowhere? 4:19
4 Mirror Saw 3:50
5 Inquisition 5:18
6 Scrapyard 3:52
7 Riverz End 6:41
8 Lust Chance 3:45
9 Circustance 4:38
11 Download 11:01


  • Producer – Cevin Key, Dave Ogilvie
  • Written-By – Skinny Puppy


Gatefold 180 gram black vinyl.

This album was originally intended to have 11 tracks, but the song which was supposed to be the 10th track, "Left Hand Shake", had to be dropped due to problems getting the rights to use some samples of Timothy Leary speaking.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 6700 30208 1 7

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
W2-30072 Skinny Puppy Last Rights ‎(CD, Album) Nettwerk W2-30072 Canada 1992
0 6700 30208 2 4 Skinny Puppy Last Rights ‎(CD, Album, RE) Nettwerk America 0 6700 30208 2 4 US Unknown
0 6700 30208 2 4 Skinny Puppy Last Rights ‎(CD, Album, RE) Nettwerk America 0 6700 30208 2 4 US 2001
CDP 7 98037 2 Skinny Puppy Last Rights ‎(CD, Album, MP) Capitol Records CDP 7 98037 2 US 1992
CDP 7 98037 2 Skinny Puppy Last Rights ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records CDP 7 98037 2 US 1992

  • lifestyle
Second best Skinny Puppy's album, Too Dark Park being number one. This pressing is awesome, I just don't understand why the artwork on front cover is so small on this release comparing to other full size ones.
  • Ausstan
Some clarifications on realdemagic's comments:The poll was held by Nettwerk, not the band. They asked the members of the Litany.net forum. Therefore, the poll could only include Nettwerk releases... which is why the Process, etc. was not included. It was also not a simple "rerelease", it was to be a remastered release... meaning which album folks most wanted to hear get the big treatment for vinyl.
  • Nten
Just out of curiosity, anyone know how many copies of this were pressed?
  • Coiron
This vinyl set is the result of a poll the band held. They asked the fan community which release they would want released on vinyl. Here's the bad news-Last Rights was released on vinyl in the UK and saw promotional releases in the US. While it may be pricey, it WAS previously released on vinyl. Why everyone voted for this and not The Process, Greater Wrong of the Right, or the Back and Forth series is beyond me. One of these would have expanded SP's vinyl catalog and pleased completists everywhere. So that is a HUGE bummer. However, the good news is you can now get this album on vinyl cheaper and easier, and the vinyl is 180 grams at 45 RPM, which is WAY better than the previous release. This also comes with a bonus CD of the album for easy digitizing, and if you're like me and own the original pressing with the tracking errors, it's nice to have a corrected CD.
  • Adoraris
I voted for Last Rights on Litany because it was the missing link in my collection of Puppy albums as it was the most expensive record--at that time it was retailing for $200 for an original version with the full artwork. If they re-issued the rest of their catalog with treatment like this I would buy two copies of them all. Having 2x180 gram LPs just added to the quality and the added CD was a nice touch. It truly is a shame that Left Handshake still couldn't be included.
  • Fecage
To add some corrections to and help answer your questions about "why":It was Nettwerk (not the band) who held the poll. They polled the members of the Litany.net forums about which Nettwerk SP release should be issues on limited vinyl - Last Rights won that poll.
  • Anarus
you answered your own question as to why this was chosen. nettwerk is who was releasing the vinyl, so the process and tgwotr are immediately disqualified, as they never owned the rights to publish those records. last rights is, while you may disagree, considered by many to be their finest work. a natural choice. i myself voted in the poll (for this record), and own a copy... and it is simply fantastic. i couldn't be more pleased with this. my only wish is that nettwerk would give too dark or rabies similar treatment (or any of them, for that matter).