Skinny Puppy

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Eligible since: 2008 (The 2009 Induction Ceremony)

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The only thing Skinny Puppy ever produced was dogshit

Posted by The Fudge on Saturday, 11.1.08 @ 13:53pm


Hey Fudgie that's something I would say!!

Posted by joker on Saturday, 11.15.08 @ 16:31pm


"Skinny Puppy" sounds like a pretty ugly animal to me. I'd like to give this skinny puppy a good kick and send it flying into a garbage can

Posted by Jorge on Tuesday, 12.23.08 @ 12:13pm


The poor puppy is skinny?Take it to the vet then.

Posted by S.R on Wednesday, 03.11.09 @ 16:57pm


@ S.R

you could just, like, feed it. It'd probably be cheaper than hauling its ass down to the vet

Posted by Hummer on Wednesday, 03.11.09 @ 17:09pm


The posts on this page are incredibly entertaining

Posted by Keebord on Friday, 07.10.09 @ 12:51pm


^^^^^

And so off-topic!

Posted by Antonio on Tuesday, 06.21.11 @ 04:31am


'Dogshit" is a pretty good Skinny Puppy song. They were highly influential in the industrial genre. Nine Inch Nails never would have been what it is without Skinny Puppy. Their live shows were insane, I have never seen such stage theatrics in a small venue before or since. But deeper into their catalogues songs devolve into "just noise"

Posted by krusher on Saturday, 06.25.11 @ 15:59pm


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