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Watts is a one-off band-name used by Raymond Watts. The album "Pigmartyr" originally began as Pig's follow-up to 1999's "Genuine American Monster". However, the songs took on a heavier, more guitar-driven sound. The Pig line-up also adjusted some, with everyone becoming full time members of KMFDM as well.
Upon completion of the album, Raymond decided that the material should be released under a new alias and redubbed the project Watts. However, the album suffered a highly botched release by the record label, and the project quickly appeared to dissolve.
In 2005, the material was moved from Watts back to it's original Pig name. It was taken to a new label and retitled "Pigmata". It featured a complete remastering, new artwork and additional tracks.