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|Studio album by Watts|
|Released||May 17, 2004|
|Producer||Raymond Watts, Eden|
Raymond Watts' first release since 1999's Genuine American Monster, Pigmartyr is a bit of a departure from typical Pig material. Gone are most of the bombastic string sections and orchestral influence, Pigmartyr takes a turn toward the hard rock side, and has a much more raw and stripped down feel.
The album was largely recorded in London, UK with a number of collaborators, including a duet ("Take") with glamorous UK rockchick Harry (aka Dirty Harry) and a couple of co-writes ("Situation" and "Here To Stay") with Marc Heal of Cubanate.
Pigmartyr was originally planned as a PIG band album under the title Lust for Lard. After a series of drawn-out recording sessions and release date changes, it was eventually released by Grand Recordings as a "Watts" album in summer 2004. The album was remastered and rereleased through Metropolis under the title Pigmata in 2005, as a PIG album, with three additional tracks mixed by Isaac Glendening of Cesium 137.
- "Suck Spit Shit"
- "Here To Stay"
- "Vitriol Vice & Virtue"
- "Arbor Vitate"
- "Stage Slut"
- Raymond Watts – vocals, guitars, programming
- Eden – bass, programming
- Steve White – guitars, programming
- Jules Hodgeson – guitars
- Andy Selway – drums
- Arianne Schreiber – backing vocals
- Marc Heal – additional programming on "Situation" and "Here To Stay"
- Harry – vocals on "Take"
- Bryan Black – backing vocals on "Junky"
- Oliver Grasset – additional programming on "Junky"
- Jules Cooper – additional guitars
- "Watts - Pigmartyr (CD, Album) at Discogs". Discogs.com. 2004-05-17. Retrieved 2012-03-05.