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Customer Reviews

.worth the wait.

I love the first two ohgr albums and this is another great link in the evolving chain. Both catchy and challenging.

Could Be The Best ohGr Album Yet

I had not listened to any track samples from this album before I downloaded it the morning it came out. I wanted it to blow me away if it could, and it did just that. The entire album just rocks. I can't say enough good things about it. Even the POP queen lady of my life likes it. Slowly she's coming around and I have good music like the kind ohGr put's out to thank.

The doG still has a ton of new tricks!

ohGr proves once again that they can do some of the best music in the Electronic/Industrial music scene! ohGr uses a blend of styles & influences on Undeveloped ,taking from past ohGr Cds & the other project of Kevin Ogilvie,SkinnyPuppy, as well as some very new experimental stuff! While people who love ohGr & SkinnyPuppy will be easly drawn to this,Undeveloped seems to reach out to a wider range of people then previus ohGr works,with hountingly beautiful melodic bits & sound textures akin of groups such as Delerium or Conjure one while at the same time being agressive & hard hitting ! The varitey of the tracks & the way they play together shows to awesome work in the production of this! & the Steven R. Gilmore artwork on this alone is worth buying this for!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Nivek Ogre was the snarling voice behind Canada's fierce industrialists Skinny Puppy, and after their demise in 1995, he was already tinkering around with various music projects. Together with producer Mark Walk (Pigface, Ruby), he designed the unit called OhGr. The new moniker, which had been in the works just prior to Skinny Puppy's end, did not see the light of day until the late '90s due to contractual drama with Rick Rubin's American Recordings. Ogre had anticipated releasing the debut album...
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