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Product Description

In its long and storied history, Clan Of Xymox has consistently been adored for its ability to create a signature, melancholic sound while at the same time be constantly evolving. This holds true with Darkest Hour, the brilliant new album for 2011. From the danceable She Did Not Answer and Delete, the haunting Deep Down I Died, and the atmospheric In Your Arms Again, Darkest Hour stands as a highlight in the already impressive COX catalog.

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In an era where Skinny Puppy refuse to make a classic
SP album, it was amazing to see Ogre do it all on his
own while still retaining the identity of his previous solo
albums. --Sputnik Music

ohGr s Devils In My Details is focused and evenhanded
from start to finish and plays effortlessly, almost
seamlessly, as each track bleeds into its predecessor. --Plug In Music

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. 101_Intro
  2. 101
  3. Crash_Intro
  4. Crash
  5. Pissage
  6. Comedown
  7. Typer
  8. Screw Me
  9. Bellew
  10. Hollow
  11. Tra Gek
  12. Animist
  13. Nitwitz


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 10, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Metropolis Records
  • ASIN: B004RTD6QK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,053 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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After the soundtrack-like electronic dreamscape that was Devil In My Details ( a fine record, but not one I can repeatedly listen to), I was hoping for a return to a more coherent musical style for Ohgr and that's exactly what you get with this record.

Personally, I'm blown away by Undeveloped. If you're like me and really liked Sunnypsyop then you're going to love this album. Undeveloped is a dark electro-pop album with all the musically theatric qualities you come to expect from Ogre. In fact, get ready for his most melodic and sinister vocal performance to date. He does a lot more clean singing on here than I've heard from him and it goes great with the music. Lyrical oddities are abound as to be expected, with a lot of humorous obscenities thrown in for good measure ( the chorus to 101 is a good example). New Wave-ish synth lines with, heavy percussion and an overall dark melodic theme dominate this record. Don't expect something noisy or experimental this time around. If you are a fan of 80's electronic pop but also like your music dark as hell, then you will love this record. It doesn't sound like anything I've ever heard from the Ohgr project and after several good listens I have to say this is the best solo album he has made. Sample Comedown or Tragek and you'll see why.

p.s. There is another track right after Nitwitz ends and its one of the best on the album.

Highly recommended.
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I was excited about this release since it was announced. The Skinny Puppy guys are truly inspirational to me. Everything they have done has blown my mind in some way or form.
That being said, I think this is Ohgr's strongest release yet. It is dark and aggressive, yet still maintains a pop sort of structure in a good way. It does have some flavore of all previous releases. It is a fresh sounds though, it is hard to explain.
All I know is that this music is meant to crank up loud and sing along to. 101, Crash and Comedown will get your butt moving. Pissage and Tragek will satisfy old school puppy fans. Hollow has some great vocal layers that show how much Ogre has improved as a singer. I have been listening to this cd since the day it came out none stop.
If you are a fan of the Skinny Puppy team or Industrial fan in general do yourself a favor and get this album. You will not be let down.
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As an old time Skinny Puppy fan, I perfectly remember when I first listened to OhGr 10 years ago. I feel in love with Ogre's softer side and experimental voice manipulations and Welt became one of my favourite albums of all times. It didn't sound like Skinny Puppy, and that was good to me. The Sunnypsyop came and I also liked it, but some of its songs tried to sound like Skinny Puppy, which wasn't bad per se but I personally preferred OhGr to sound like themselves. And then came Devil in My Details and I was terribly disappointed. Don't misinterpret me, I'm not saying it's a bad album, actually it's quite good, but it wasn't what I expected from ohGr. It wasn't catchy enough, it was nearer Skinny Puppy than ohGr.

Now years have passed and a new album, 'Undeveloped' is here with us. When I first listened to 'Tragek' I remember I was disappointed. Really, now I don't know why cos I love that song, but back then I didn't know what to expect from ohGr. And now the album: Undeveloped is a wonderful album. Really. Is it a back to the roots? No, I don't think so, cos to me it doesn't sound like Welt or Sunnypsyop at all. And definitely it doesn't sound like Devil in My Details at all. It's much better. Its sound is stylised and yet noisy. It manages to sound, at times, as poppy as Welt but at the same time as noisy as Skinny Puppy.

For example, '101' may remind us to old Skinny Puppy, but when I say old, I mean ooooold, Remission-Bites era, but at the same time it sounds modern. It's noisy and electronic but at the same time it sounds rock. 'Crash' is 100% Ogre, a wonderful track where Ogre displays his best voice manipulations and effects. His voice is not a great voice, but it's a very personal voice and the way he treats it is really superb.
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As a Skinny Puppy fan since the Bites Remission era, I must say that this album has become one of my recent favorites. IMO Too Dark Park was Puppy's last great album and this effort from Ohgr is the closest I have heard since then. I really wish Puppy would make an album sounding more like the time between Mind the Perp and Too Dark Park. Everything they released during those 3 to 4 years was phenomenal. Puppy's current release HanDover is just another disappointing current era Puppy release. Heres to hoping for a return of the real Puppy.
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... but this release has an almost 'pop' quality to it to my ears.

Cutting my teeth in industrial music with Skinny Puppy it's no wonder I'd want to hear Ogre's solo work as well. And believe me... this release doesn't disappoint. It pushes all the appropriate buttons, which is good.

But I'll be damned if I don't hear a subtle pop quality to the songs. Granted, "pop" is probably too strong a word, but I don't know how else to describe it. Upbeat? More accessible (if you're a non-industrial music listener)?

It's good. Not great. But worthy of owning and supporting the artist.
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