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Watts Raymond [reviews]
Pigmartyr | Grand Recordings, 2004|

Suck Shit Spit, Here To Stay, Reject, Situation, Kundalini, Vitriol Vice And Virtue, Take, Arbor Vitate, Stage Slut, Junky


It's a solo venture of Raymond Watts (known also as Nainz, Nainz Watts, Ray Scaballero and Raymondo Watts), the musician playing earlier in such a variety of bands like Pig, Schwein, KMFDM, 2-Kut, or with Foetus. There were a few other musicians worked with Watts on Pigmartyr album: Eden (played with Puff Daddy, Bjork, Gwen Stefani), Steve White (from Pig, KMFDM) and Marc Heal (from Cubanate, C-Tec, Ashtrayed; cooperated with KMFDM, M. Atkins, R. Fulber, J. Beeston and Cobalt 60).
There are lots of industrial rock songs, lots of raw guitars vibes, unstable rhythms and interesting, short samples. As for the style should be appreciated by all fans of Pig and KMFDM mentioned above. Pay attention to Arbor Vitate, Suck Shit Spit and Vitriol Vice And Virtue. It is planned to re-master those songs and release them entitled 'Pigmata' in 2005 by Pig this time.

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