I notice nothing from this album is on their greatest hits. I must say I'm proud to own an original Arista vinyl and CD of this.
Jourgensen has been pretty honest that they figured they'd make more money faster if they sounded like your average British synthpop band.
|Jimmy Labatt |
Point to Stopheles. Well played, sir.
However, you are still OUT OF LINE. Ministry erases all of this (well, I hope it does soon anyway).
I dunno, they haven't released a really amazing album since 92 or so (though I guess Houses was okay)...88-92 was really great, but bookended by mediocre false starts at the start and half-baked rehashes on the backend.
And I'm a Ministry fan, btw.
AH HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAhahahahaha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Ha ha ha.
Betcha ol' Buck Satan / Hypo Luxa wishes he used a pseudonym for these songs.
There's live footage from before the album came out that shows Ministry sounding pretty much exactly like they did on "With Sympathy," which shows that it wasn't even the producer, let alone the label execs, who made those songs sound that way.
Not that evidence is really that necessary, anyway, Occam's Razor being what it is...
A-GAIN and A-GAIN...fake brit accents are icing on the cake.
Thank God for heroin.
|Christian Synthare |
I still love this song.
it's way better than anything he did after land of rape and honey.
|Frank Rizzo |
wtf? Is this the same ministry that I know and love? Jesus built my hotrod, thieves etc etc...
oh no............ im going to go kill myself now.
That even precedes his contribution to Skinny Puppy.
So cEven Key probably cured him somehow.
|Dumb Lamer |
I came to watch this after seeing 99 Percenters. I'd prefer another album of this if the rest of Relapse is that lousy.
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