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Help with electonic body music albums

Sputniik community, I need your help, I actually liked some EBM albums or bands which are heavily industrial but with the melody being an important part of the sound. Not sure if that it's the concept of electronic body music but that it's what I could get by reading wikipedia articles. Here are some examples:
1Skinny Puppy

I think skinny puppy returned to this kind of sound in the early 90's but I'm not sure.

Sadly, I think it was their only album with this kind of sound, I think it's a pretty interesting album
3Nine Inch Nails
Pretty Hate Machine

OBVIOUSLY, I think Trent said that the album was heavily influenced by skinny puppy, not sure if it sounds like the previous 2 albums but I think there are some songs like sin which are close to that style.
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