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Not really, no. I'd say it was closer to synth-pop/electro-pop, due to the structure of the songs. Why would you classify it as industrial? --Hn 21:54, May 1, 2005 (UTC)
Really just because it had a little of the same feel as Skinny Puppy. I havent really listened to it since reading this article. --Vellocet Malchickawick
I can't say it's Synth-pop. Synth-pop has a totally different sound. OhGr could easily be considered a sub-genre of Industrial, best described as Electro-Industrial. Xe7al (talk) 11:38, 14 June 2009 (UTC)
I don't think Trent Reznor is ever attacked in the Cracker video. It's obviously a reference to March of the Pigs, but I'm uncertain whether it's a positive or negative reference. I guess Reznor looking like a king riding his giant pig and the pig vomitting on the soldier might indicate a negative reference. Anyone else got ideas? —midg3t 08:24, 20 March 2006 (UTC)
Have you listened to the lyrics? I don't know how you can know what the song's about, and think it isn't an attack. Twiin 04:07, 23 March 2006 (UTC)
The director added Trent, the backwards NIN logo, the pigs as well as Eminem w/o Ogre's knowledge (there's an interview clip on You Tube where they talk about this). So you cannot use the video to directly interpret Ogre's lyrics. Naufana : talk 04:25, 26 October 2006 (UTC)