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2Testure (12" Mix)
Edited By [Re-edit] – Sir Arthur
3Testure (S.F. Mix)
Edited By [Re-edit] – David Ogilvie, cEvin KeyRemix – David Ogilvie, cEvin Key
4The Second Opinion5:00


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
V-15439Skinny Puppy Testure ‎(12", Single, Red)Capitol RecordsV-15439US1989
SPRO-79487/79488Skinny Puppy Testure ‎(12", Single, Promo)Capitol RecordsSPRO-79487/79488US1989
C3 44322 2, C3-44322-2Skinny Puppy Testure ‎(CD, Mini, Single)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsC3 44322 2, C3-44322-2US1989
0 67003 33052 2 8Skinny Puppy Testure ‎(CD, Single, RP)Nettwerk Productions0 67003 33052 2 8CanadaUnknown
0 6700 33052 2 8, W2-3052Skinny Puppy Testure ‎(CD, Single, RP)Nettwerk, Nettwerk0 6700 33052 2 8, W2-3052USUnknown


  • ArtworkSteven R. Gilmore
  • Bass [Fretless]Mr. Dale Plevin
  • ProducerDavid Ogilvie, cEvin Key
  • Written-By, PerformerSkinny Puppy


Originally released on 12" (same tracks) and CD3" (different track listing) in 1989.

℗1988 Nettwerk Productions
©1989 Nettwerk Productions
Manufactured in Canada by Nettwerk Productions Ltd. and distributed by Capitol Records-EMI of Canada

Uses the same front art as the vinyl, hence why it says: 12" Single


  • Barcode: 0 6700 33052 2 8
  • Matrix / Runout: AƵR <011> W2-3052 made by / fabriqué par DISQUE AMERIC CANADA


  • Distributed By – Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited
  • Manufactured By – Nettwerk Productions Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nettwerk Productions
  • Copyright (c) – Nettwerk Productions
  • Made By – Disque Americ


Skinny Puppy - Testure MP3 FLAC
Performer: Skinny Puppy
Genre: Electronic
Title: Testure
Country: Canada
Released: 1991
Style: Industrial
MP3 album: 1616 mb
FLAC album: 1433 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 333
Source: CD, Maxi-Single
№ Cat: W2-3052
Label: Nettwerk

"Testure" is one of the greatest Skinny moments there is, and is definitely a contender for the king of the Puppy hill. It is bundled together here with the "S.F. Mix", which is nothing more than an edited version, which of course can be useful for mixing purposes, but for me it is just a watered down original missing all those great build ups. The B-side consists of "The Second Opinion"; an extremely rhytmic pulsating grind littered with samples that is surprisingly interesting to listen to, and "Serpents", which is more of the same rhytmics but stripped of samples. Both tracks are ok, but let's face it, it is "Testure" that is the true star of this release. And if you already own it on another format, say e.g. the 12" Anthology, you might want to think twice before shelling out for this one too, since it usually commands a high price.