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1 Ogre with Ministry: Ogre toured with Ministry in the late 1980s and co-wrote "Thieves" and "Breathe" on Ministry's The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste (1989). Ministry would often perform a live cover of Skinny Puppy's "Smothered Hope" during this period. [link] 3329
2 Ogre with KMFDM: Ogre performed vocals on "Torture" from KMFDM's Symbols, and joined the band for its 1997 tour. He also performed vocals on "That's All" and "Full Worm Garden" on KMFDM's Adios (1999). [link] 2278
3 Ogre and Rave: Ogre and Dave "Rave" Ogilvie had several small side projects. "Aftermath" never released anything, while "Raw Dog" included contributions from Dave's wife Rosie. [link]. The track "Ode to Groovy", while credited to Skinny Puppy on an animal rights benefit compilation, [link] was actually just Ogre and Rave. [link] [link] 478
4 Ogre with Revolting Cocks: Ogre appeared on several early Revolting Cocks tracks and videos. [link] 460
5 Ogre with Pigface: Ogre toured extensively with the industrial rock supergroup Pigface in the early 1990s, and appeared on a number of their recordings and videos, including a cover of Skinny Puppy's "T.F.W.O.". [link] 447
6 Download: Formed by Key, Goettel, Mark Spybey and Phil Western in 1994. 320
7 Stoneman (1990) 202
8 Effector (2000) 115
9 Inception (2002) 90
10 The Tear Garden: Formed by Key and Edward Ka-Spel in 1985. 88
11 The Infidel (1991) 72
12 PTP: Ogre contributed vocals to the song "Show Me Your Spine" by this Ministry side project, which was used in the 1987 film RoboCop, but was not commercially released until 2004 on Ministry's Side Trax compilation. [link] 70
13 Cyberaktif: A one-off project of Key and Goettel with Bill Leeb, with a guest appearance from Blixa Bargeld. 56
14 SunnyPsyOp (2003) 35
15 Welt (2001) 33
16 Hilt: Begun in the mid-1980s by Key and Alan Nelson as The Flu, who self-released some of their early material on cassette. Listed below are Hilt's releases. 32
17 Spacecake (1999) 31
18 Furnace (1995) 29
19 Kushbush + Music For Grass Bars Special Edition (2007) 27
20 The Dragon Experience (2003) (with Ken "Hiwatt" Marshall) [link] 26
21 Charlie's Family (1996) 26
22 Devils in my Details (2008) 25
23 III (1997) 24
24 Rx: Ogre's one-off project with Martin Atkins. Also known as "Ritalin". [link] 21
25 III Steps Forward (2002) 21
26 Iceolator (2002} 19
27 Music for Cats (1998) [link] 18
28 The Ghost of Each Room (2001) [link] 18
29 Tired Eyes Slowly Burning (1987) 13
30 The Eyes of Stanley Pain (1996) 13
31 Bouquet of Black Orchids (compilation) (1993) 12
32 Sidewinder (1996) 12
33 Crystal Mass (2000) 10
34 Microscopic (1996) 8
35 Father Don't Cry (1991) 8
36 The Secret Experiment (2007) 5
37 Bedside Toxicology (1998) 5
38 Fixer (2007) < 5
39 Doubting Thomas: Key & Goettel's outlet for non-Skinny Puppy instrumentals. < 5
40 Journey to the Centre of the Bowl (1991) < 5
41 HElicopTEr (2009) < 5
42 To Be An Angel Blind, The Crippled Soul Divide (2000) < 5
43 Get Stuck (1989) < 5
44 Tenebrae Vision (1991) < 5
45 Call the Ambulance (Before I Hurt Myself) (1990) < 5
46 Have a Nice Trip (2009) < 5
47 Eye Spy With My Little Eye (2002) < 5
48 Minoot Bowl Dropped the Ball (2007} < 5
49 Orange Pony (1991) < 5
50 platEAU: Key and Phil Western's ambient techno/chillout project. < 5
51 ohGr: Ogre's project with Mark Walk, originally known as "W.E.L.T.". Their first album was originally recorded in 1995, but was held up in legal issues with the label. An early incarnation of W.E.L.T. included Ogre and Al Jourgensen, whose unreleased track "Noreen" evolved into Ministry's "The Fall". Ogre and Mark Walk have also recorded as "Ogre & Mark Walk". [link] < 5
52 Sheila Liked The Rodeo (1993) < 5
53 Music For Grass Bars (1997) < 5
54 The Last Man To Fly (1992) < 5
55 The Infidel: Special Edition 20 Year Anniversary (2007) < 5
56 The Tear Garden (1986) < 5
57 For Those Who Would Walk With The Gods (compilation) (2001) < 5
58 The Worst of The Flu 1985-1996 (2003) < 5
59 cEvin Key solo: < 5

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