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Desc:Al Jourgensen kinda does the weather on El Paso's KVIA TV, laments that he's leaving Texas for LA.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Arts
Tags:classic rock, Ministry, los angeles, al jourgensen, El Paso
Submitted:kingarthur
Date:06/23/14
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infinite zest
That's pretty cool of the local news to do a nice little farewell to a musician who, as far as I know, is still under most peoples' radars. I don't think the local news in Portland did anything mentioning someone like Elliott Smith leaving Portland, much less do an interview and let him do the weather. El Paso must be pretty cool.
Lef
Psalm 69 blew out my eardrums. 5 for Al and some kick ass music.
fedex
I didn't know he wasn't still in Chicago. Meh.
fedex
OK stars for, "That looks pretty good"

chumbucket
Her "laugh".
TeenerTot
MORBO AGREES!

The Mothership
'Classic Rock' band Ministry.
infinite zest
Shit I missed that. I guess it is though.. When I was a kid in the 90s, Zeppelin, the who, acdc were already on the "classic" stations while nirvana, nine inch nails, green day were on the contemporary "alternative" station. Considering "IV," "Who's Next" and "TNT" were all 20 years or older by the mid 90s, it'd only make sense that the alternative bands are now classical. Still seems weird.

kingarthur
There's an interview out on the YouTubes with the same station where Al talks about what he's up to in a new Ministry tour, moving to LA and so on. If no one beats me to it, I'll throw it in the hopper.
Gunny McRifleson
By the end of his visit, the entire KVIA news team was addicted to heroin.
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