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  • Performer: Skinny Puppy
  • Title: Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: Canada
  • Formats: WAV DTS AA MP2 MOD MMF ADX
  • Released: 1986
  • Style: Industrial
  • MP3 album: 1486 mb
  • FLAC album: 1184 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 332
Skinny Puppy - Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse mp3 album

Best Skinny Puppy album ever IM. Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse. WMG (от лица компании "Nettwerk"); The Harry Fox Agency, Inc. (HFA), BMI - Broadcast Music In. и другие авторские общества (2). Композиция. Stairs And Flowers (Album). WMG (от лица компании "Nettwerk"); BMI - Broadcast Music In. ASCAP.

Skinny Puppy – Antagonism Mind The Perpetual Intercourse. :45. Skinny Puppy - Mind The Perpetual Intercourse 1988 – 200 Years. Skinny Puppy - Mind The Perpetual Intercourse 1988 – 04. Love. Skinny Puppy - Mind The Perpetual Intercourse 1986 – Chainsaw. Skinny Puppy - Mind The Perpetual Intercourse 1988 – 08. Dig It. 4:46. Skinny Puppy – God s Gift (Maggot) Mind The Perpetua. :43.

Band Name Skinny Puppy. Album Name Mind : The Perpetual Intercourse. Released date 05 September 1986. Members owning this album11.

Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse is a departure from the minimalism of Bites. Its unsettling, aggressive songs are constructed from countless layers of punishing samples and sounds. Mind marks the first appearance of R. Dwayne Goettel, and it's fair to say that his keyboard and effects contributions throttle the band toward their chaotic future masterworks. Album-opener "One Time One Place" gets things started with demonic glee. Its bubbling and festering stew of crunchy bass sounds and weird high-pitched synths is a sign of the disturbing riches to come over later albums

Listen free to Skinny Puppy – Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse (One Time One Place, Gods Gift (Maggot) and more). This album was originally released in 1986 on both cassette and vinyl LP formats and featured only the first 9 tracks. In 1988 Nettwerk released a CD version of this album which featured several bonus tracks that were absent from the cassette & vinyl LP versions.

Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse. Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse Tracklist.

Released through American Recordings on February 27, 1996, The Process was the band's final album before reforming in 2000 and releasing The Greater Wrong of the Right in 2004. Skinny Puppy's keyboardist, Dwayne Goettel, died near the end of The Process's creation, and the album was fraught with difficult production and record label intrusion.

Tracklist

One Time One Place 5:41
Gods Gift (Maggot) 4:44
Three Blind Mice 3:11
Love 1:42
Stairs & Flowers 5:17
Antagonism 5:03
200 Years 4:44
Dig It 6:03
Burnt With Water 7:40

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NTL 30005, NTL30005 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(LP, Album) Nettwerk, Nettwerk NTL 30005, NTL30005 Canada 1986
4XT-12545, 4XT 12545 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(Cass, Album) Capitol Records, Capitol Records 4XT-12545, 4XT 12545 US 1986
NTLC-30005 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) Nettwerk, Capitol Records NTLC-30005 Canada 1986
4XT-12545 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(Cass, Album, Promo) Nettwerk 4XT-12545 Canada 1986
BiaS 43, BIAS 43 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(LP, Album) Play It Again Sam Records, Play It Again Sam Records BiaS 43, BIAS 43 Belgium 1986
24 0676 1, 1A 064-24 0676 1 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records, Capitol Records 24 0676 1, 1A 064-24 0676 1 Europe 1986
ST-12545 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records ST-12545 US 1986
ST-12545 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(LP, Album, Pur) Capitol Records ST-12545 US 1986
C4 90467 Skinny Puppy Mind:The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(Cass, Album) Capitol Records C4 90467 US 1986
ST.240676 Skinny Puppy Mind:The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records ST.240676 Australia 1986
NTCD 37 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(CD, Album) Nettwerk NTCD 37 Canada 1988
NTCD 37 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(CD, Album) Nettwerk NTCD 37 Canada 1988
CDP 7 90467 2 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(CD, Album, RE) Capitol Records CDP 7 90467 2 US 1994
0 6700 30005 2 9 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(CD, Album, RE) Nettwerk America 0 6700 30005 2 9 US 1996
CDP 7 90467 2 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(CD, Album, RE) Capitol Records CDP 7 90467 2 US 1996
0 6700 30202 2 0 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(CD, Album, RE) Nettwerk America 0 6700 30202 2 0 US 2001
300051 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(LP, Album, RE) Nettwerk Productions Ltd. 300051 Canada 2018
0 6700 30202 2 0 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(CD, Album, RE) Nettwerk America 0 6700 30202 2 0 US Unknown
0 6700 30202 2 0 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(CD, Album, RE) Nettwerk America 0 6700 30202 2 0 US Unknown
CDP 7 90467 2 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(CD, Album, RE) Capitol Records CDP 7 90467 2 US Unknown
W2 30005, W 230005 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(CD, Album, RE) Nettwerk, Nettwerk W2 30005, W 230005 Canada Unknown
W2 30005, W 230005 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(CD, Album, RE) Nettwerk, Nettwerk W2 30005, W 230005 Canada Unknown
CDP 7 90467 2 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP) Capitol Records CDP 7 90467 2 US Unknown
MTL-205, 0 6700 30202 2 0 Skinny Puppy Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Music For The People, Nettwerk America MTL-205, 0 6700 30202 2 0 Russia Unknown



Reviews about Skinny Puppy - Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse (18):
Gerceytone
Since the original had it, does this reissue also have the tape loop in the run out groove on side 2? and if so, can anyone confirm if it's the exact same loop that was on the original canadian pressing.
heart of sky
I didn't get this reissue right away because I was worried that they would just slap the 7-minute version of Dig It on there. However, after being impressed with the Cleanse Fold & Manipulate reissue, I decided to take the plunge and buy this. Much to my relief, this Vinyl reissue has the 6-minute version of Dig It.
Mbon
This is a very bad sounding pressing compared to Capitol Records pressings. You hear pops all record long...
JOIN
30 year anniversary for this industrial classic and...nothing. Lame Nettwerk.
Winail
Dont get me wrong, I love MIND: The Perpetual Intercourse, a favourite of mine really. What im talking/ranting about here is A good example of what happens when a label tries to take a great album, and 'fluff it up' with bonus material and alternative versions of songs… you're left with something less deseriable than the original.The remastering is nice, The artwork is cool, but whats with the unneeded bonus tracks…?ALSO, i know the Dig It (12" Mix) has a crisper and harder sound, but the original version of Dig It, (that is only available on the Vinyl and Cassette) fits better amongst the other tracks IMO. None of the CD copies have it. WHY? I really wish they would rerelease the ORIGINAL MIND (Just the 9 tracks) on CD. The original is awesome, but with these added tracks, and removal of classic Dig It, it just isnt the same. I know i can skip the bonus material, or whatever, but it would be nice to have a copy where i dont have to do that sort of a thing. It takes away from the desired experience for me. What ends up happening is, i never listen to my CD copy of Mind and ALWAYS the vinyl or cassette, and when i want to listen on the go, i listen to a rip of the vinyl.Besides, all these tracks are avaialbe on Chainsaw or the Addiction Single… Nettwerk didnt even give you new material for bonus tracks… v.v
Watikalate
FYI, when this CD was originally released (around Mar 1988), the "Chainsaw" and "Addiction" single were not available on CD. As for adding bonus tracks, this was when CDs were still gaining acceptance, and labels had to add bonus material to entice people to pay the higher price of CDs. "Deep Down Trauma Hounds/Addiction" remixes came out after the release of "Cleanse, Fold, and Manipulate", but yeah, it would have made more sense if they left these two tracks out and included "Dig It" album version, instead.Nettwerk should have re-released this with a proper-era tracklist, like with "Remission" and "Bites".
Qag
I completely agree. Hate it when labels stick bonus crap at the end of an album and even worse, when they decide to put remixes in place of originals.If you want the original album version of Dig It on cd then it is only available here - https://www.discogs.com/Various-Industrial-Strength-Machine-Music/release/452218 - I ripped it into itunes from this cd then re-sequenced "MTPI" so that it now plays the way it was intended.
Villo
donotseemecricket I love MIND: The Perpetual Intercourse, a favourite of mine really. i know the Dig It (12" Mix) has a crisper and harder sound, but the original version of Dig It, (that is only available on the Vinyl and Cassette) fits better amongst the other tracks IMO. … v.v-------------I completely agree that the version of Dig It on the Vinyl and the cassette is Superior than the cd version, on the Vinyl the Guitar is much lower in terms of volume in the mix and all the sounds blend together perfectly, even the vocals are more powerful in this track on the vinyl version.There is only one cd which includes the vinyl version of Dig It [ Various - Industrial Strength Machine Music - cd 1999 R2 75933 Rhino Entertainment Company,I bought it so now I can hear the vinyl version of Dig It on cd. Mind is certainly a superb album with very unique sound and lots of creativity.
Tekasa
Fantastic Skinny Puppy album.( Capitol Records 1988 cd)The music creates a fascinating and mysterious journey into darkness One Time One Place - Aggressive and Psychotic machines, the vocal performance ranging from a singing filled with sadness and tenderness to a singing filled with huge rage, this is really Amazing vocal performance and superb opening track.Gods Gift (Maggot)- Sounds like a monster from another planet in a Show of anger and agony during a speech in front of the star population. Three Blind Mice - This song takes you on a journey to the most scary forests .Love is a short track, beautiful and hypnotic.Stairs and Flowers is genius experimental track, the track includes strange/hilarious voices , these voices sound like the vocals of offended aliens! all this madness accompanied by beautiful melodies.Antagonism is one of my favorite Skinny Puppy songs, ,this track brings me to tears. In this track you can hear the monsters crying , this song will drown you into an ocean of darkness .200 Years - Instrumental track with scary vocal samples and strange sound effects created by aliens . Dig It- Very raw - brilliant track, this song was created thousands of miles beneath the ground -there exists hostile world, mysterious and dark .Burnt With Water- this track includes Lots of vocal samples , the track develops to an attack of sounds and voices. My favorite bonus tracks CHAINSAW - Electro industrial song that will drill Holes in your bones.Deepdown Trauma Hounds - Great remix. The voice is more clearand up front in the mix than the original version (also Amazing version )
Funny duck
I'm sure this review will bother some people, but as a Skinny Puppy fan this album always sat awkwardly with me in their discography. It feels like a bunch of singles haphazardly jumbled together. The first 3 tracks are so overly indulgent in the cheesy sounds of the Roland 727 drum machine that it’s hard to remember much else about them. “Love” is decent, but sounds like an unfinished demo. “Stairs and Flowers” is a track that wouldn’t be bad on a good album, but being it’s one of the strongest tracks, it doesn’t really hold the album together and just sounds like it’s own thing. The next two tracks are much of the same, not bad, but not interesting either, sound like tracks that could have just as easily ended up on a back and forth comp as unreleased tracks. “Dig it”, the obvious main takeaway from the album, still leaves you feeling like you could have just as easily bought a couple of singles, or the single collection, and avoided this album. The CD version threw in a bunch of extras, but once again, demos and singles, and if you like the demos, you would just as easily listen to the better versions on Cleanse.... For me, this was my least favorite Skinny Puppy album. I think everyone is different though, so I wouldn't say it is outright a bad album, probably more for the die hard fans. Skinny Puppy is consistent with only a few things, most albums stand separate from others in their catalog with their uniqueness, and most albums have a strong sense of cohesiveness that makes you want to take time and enjoy the entire piece, MIND, does neither.
Granijurus
Great album anyone got the info on the advanced cassette
Ballazan
As someone else has written, this is also my favourite SP album. It has all the right noises in all the right places - it has a kind of tortured beauty to it - compare the first track 'one time one place' with it's synth trickling away over the top of pounding drums and Ogre's lyrics fitting around and swirling in and out so well to the second track 'god's gift maggot' - really filthy synth and stuttering drums with screeching punishing lyrics over the top; I saw SP perform this on the recent tour and for such a stop-start warped track it worked so well live; Ogre had some kind of animal hearts over his head, squeezed and dripping blood down him whilst this track played thru - astoundingly good! IMO everybody should hear this music; the rest of the album - bar perhaps 'Dig It' (ripped off clearly by NIN in 'Down In It' - takes a while to weave it's way into your brain, but once it's there you will not forget it (I remember playing this album to a female friend of mine 15 odd years ago, at first she couldn't get her head round the more obscure parts of the album until she had broken up with her partner and told me she had the track 'Love' on repeat, her words being something like 'it sums up every stage of falling for someone and then watching it fall apart' - a pretty good description for quite a lot of this LP! My only issue is leaving 'chainsaw' and 'stairs and flowers dub' off the vinyl version as these tracks are pure quality and fit in the sound of this album so well.p.s. the other tracks not on the vinyl are 'Deep Down...' and 'Addiction' and these can be found on the 'Cleanse Fold and Manipulate' LP. All these tracks, 'Stairs and Flowers (dub)' and the extended 'Dig It' can also be found on the later CD release which has 13 tracks on it.
Mamuro
Chainsaw is also on the Stairs and Flowers single along with both "dubs" of that track, the second of which (too far gone dub) is the same as the one on the CD I believe. It also has Assimilate on there should the mood take you. My favourite Skinny Puppy 12" that, never leaves the bag!
Felolune
I lucked out finding this LP. My local record store had mistakenly put this copy in their 12" bargain bin (thanks to the total lack of track listing on the sleeve) - so I ended up paying a lot less than I should this way. I think this one probably cost me £.0.50p.Mind is probably my favourite SP album, I suspect because either because it was my first, or I'm suffering from nostalgia. This record sounds more experimental than SP's other albums, and for me came to define what the band was about (heavy rotation of the Dig It and Stairs & Flowers videos cemented the image). Most of all, I recall listening to "Three Blind Mice" and "Love" on my personal stereo on the way to university on cold mornings.
Togor
Agreed - this is also my favourite SP album; it has all the right noises in all the right places - it has a kind of tortured beauty to it - compare the first track 'one time one place' with it's synth trickling away over the top of pounding drums and Ogre's lyrics fitting around and swirling in and out so well to the second track 'god's gift maggot' - really filthy synth and pounding drums and screeching punishing lyrics over the top; I saw SP perform this on the recent tour and for such a stop-start warped track it worked so well live; Ogre had some kind of animal hearts over his head, squeezed and dripping blood down him whilst this track played thru - astoundingly good! IMO everybody should hear this music; the rest of the album - bar perhaps 'Dig It' (ripped off clearly by NIN in 'Down In It' - takes a while to weave it's way into your brain, but once it's there you will not forget it (I remember playing this album to a female friend of mine 15 odd years ago, at first she couldn't get her head round the more obscure parts of the album until she had broken up with her partner and told me she had the track 'Love' on repeat, her words being something like 'it sums up every stage of falling for someone and then watching it fall apart' - a pretty good description for quite a lot of this LP! My only issue is leaving 'chainsaw' and 'stairs and flowers dub' off the vinyl version as these tracks are pure quality and fit in the sound of this album so well. p.s. the other tracks not on the vinyl are 'Deep Down...' and 'Addiction' and these can be found on the 'Cleanse Fold and Manipulate' LP.
Walianirv
This album may not be everyone's cup of tea but for whatever reason on a gray day this album just presses the right buttons. My favorite is the album closer "Burnt With Water". There's just something about the mechanical timekeeper approach of the sort of tick tock noise that counts off the fours until the drums kick in. And when they do that beat - it rocks but yet it's so utterly simple. That's what I love about music! When that intangible hits you, you know it. I love the somewhat common in its day gated reverb on the kick. And as for other tunes on the album, well, that 808 is there in all its glory. I love that machine! And who doesn't? What makes this album also a joy is that you hear other machines at work besides just the 808. I don't know just what they were, but it's nice to not always hear only the 808. Great music for when you don't wanna dance the night away!
Zyniam
Alright…when this record turned up at my place, I fell in love with the cover and the weight of the vinyl immediately. And at the time, the release number ”Bias 43” made me shivering, to say the least… When I first put this record on, I was troubled because of the rhythms and the lack of traditional recognition I expected from a Skinny Puppy release at the time. Today, more than twenty-five years have passed, and I’m still deeply in love with this album. I’ve listened to most musics since then and still; ”Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse” stands out to be the most naked and brutal record I’ve ever heard and - again somewhat troubled to admit - suspect I ever will hear. ”One Time One Place” is the perfect intro to anything you expect from anything and ”God’s Gift (Maggot)” makes you reborn, whatever you imagine of anythings. The perfect outro is ”Burnt With Water”, and if you don’t see why, I suggest you re-think why you’re reading this.
Rose Of Winds
Very gothic sounding, electronic touching on trance, but with bursting energy. Ogre sounds like a serial killer much more here than in other albums. The race is close between, "Addiction", "Chainsaw", and "Deepdown Trauma Hounds." I place them in order of listing. I have always wondered what the reason was for these fillers that sound like audio representations of heroin withdrawal. The music is just nerve-wrecking. "Dig it" is also fairly cool and so are some of the tracks toward the beginning. Beware though: people who listen to Skinny Puppy are typically considered weirdos. Your typical girl will be quite disgusted with this coming out of your car CD player when you go to pick her up or drop her off.

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