History Music / Ministry

26th Apr '18 10:07:10 PM MG_RAXA
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* TheCoverChangesTheMeaning: The Revolting Cocks' covers of "Let's Get Physical" and "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?"

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* TheCoverChangesTheMeaning: The Revolting Cocks' covers of "Let's Get Physical" and "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?"Sexy?" Both become grimy, gross songs about sleazy prostitution.



* DarkerAndEdgier: ''Twitch'', which exchanged the campy electronic pop of ''With Sympathy'' for a harder Industrial sound.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: ''Twitch'', which exchanged the campy electronic pop of ''With Sympathy'' for a harder Industrial sound. Al hasn't looked back since.
14th Apr '18 12:57:51 PM Angelboros
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Jourgensen finally retired Ministry in 2008 after recording the covers album ''Cover Up''. He spent the next few years focusing on running his record label 13th Planet Records and concentrating on his side projects Revolting Cocks and Lard. However, as of late 2011 the band is active again, with old standbys Scaccia, Bechdel and Quirin, plus new guys Aaron Rossi and Casey Orr, and a new album, ''Relapse'', was released in 2012. However, Scaccia died on December 23, 2012 onstage while performing with Rigor Mortis. Gathering recordings Scaccia made between Relapse and his death, Ministry's thirteenth album, ''From Beer to Eternity'', was released in late 2013, and the band toured in support of the album. They also announced the release of their upcoming fourteenth album, "AmeriKKKant", for fall 2017.

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Jourgensen finally retired Ministry in 2008 after recording the covers album ''Cover Up''. He spent the next few years focusing on running his record label 13th Planet Records and concentrating on his side projects Revolting Cocks and Lard. However, as of late 2011 the band is active again, with old standbys Scaccia, Bechdel and Quirin, plus new guys Aaron Rossi and Casey Orr, and a new album, ''Relapse'', was released in 2012. However, Scaccia died on December 23, 2012 onstage while performing with Rigor Mortis. Gathering recordings Scaccia made between Relapse and his death, Ministry's thirteenth album, ''From Beer to Eternity'', was released in late 2013, and the band toured in support of the album. They also announced the release of their upcoming fourteenth album, "AmeriKKKant", ''AmeriKKKant'', for fall 2017.2017... only to later push back the release date to March 9, 2018.



* ''AmeriKKKant'' (2017)

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* ''AmeriKKKant'' (2017)
(2018)
24th Mar '18 9:03:23 AM Edgecrusher666
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* Derek Abrams – drums (2017–2018, 2018–present)



* [[Music/{{Slipknot}} Joey Jordison]] - drums (2006, 2018–present)



* Derek Abrams – drums (2017–2018)

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* Derek Abrams – [[Music/{{Slipknot}} Joey Jordison]] - drums (2017–2018)
(2006, 2018)
13th Mar '18 9:25:09 AM MikeK
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** ''[[=AmericiKKKant=]] frequently does this with Donald Trump soundbites - AlbumIntroTrack "I Know Words" is entirely Trump samples over eerie synthesized strings, including some satirical ManipulativeEditing ("we will make America stupid again")

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** ''[[=AmericiKKKant=]] ''[=AmericiKKKant=]'' frequently does this with Donald Trump soundbites - AlbumIntroTrack "I Know Words" is entirely Trump samples over eerie synthesized strings, including some satirical ManipulativeEditing ("we will make America stupid again")
13th Mar '18 9:24:05 AM MikeK
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** ''[[=AmericiKKKant=]] frequently does this with Donald Trump soundbites - IntroSong "I Know Words" is entirely Donald Trump samples over eerie synthesized strings, including some satirical ManipulativeEditing ("we will make America stupid again")

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** ''[[=AmericiKKKant=]] frequently does this with Donald Trump soundbites - IntroSong AlbumIntroTrack "I Know Words" is entirely Donald Trump samples over eerie synthesized strings, including some satirical ManipulativeEditing ("we will make America stupid again")
13th Mar '18 9:22:42 AM MikeK
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** ''[[=AmericiKKKant=]] frequently does this with Donald Trump soundbites - IntroTrack "I Know Words" is entirely Donald Trump samples over eerie synthesized strings, including some satirical ManipulativeEditing ("we will make America stupid again")

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** ''[[=AmericiKKKant=]] frequently does this with Donald Trump soundbites - IntroTrack IntroSong "I Know Words" is entirely Donald Trump samples over eerie synthesized strings, including some satirical ManipulativeEditing ("we will make America stupid again")
13th Mar '18 9:22:07 AM MikeK
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* FanDisservice: The cover of ''Dark Side of the Spoon.''

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* FanDisservice: The cover of ''Dark Side of the Spoon.''Spoon'', depicting an obese woman wearing nothing but a dunce cap.


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** ''[[=AmericiKKKant=]] frequently does this with Donald Trump soundbites - IntroTrack "I Know Words" is entirely Donald Trump samples over eerie synthesized strings, including some satirical ManipulativeEditing ("we will make America stupid again")
13th Mar '18 9:04:47 AM MikeK
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** The self-titled album by Surgical Meth Machine, a side project of Al and occasional Ministry [[RecordProducer co-producer]] Sam D'Ambruosa, was originally meant to be a stylistic tribute to Mike Scaccia: The whole album was originally meant to feature tempos upwards of 220 bpm and be performed in a similar IndustrialMetal-meets-ThrashMetal style as the Ministry song "Side FX Include Mikey's Middle Finger (TV 4)", because Al considered Scaccia a great "shredder guitar player" who excelled at fast songs. The original concept is still prevalent, but the second half of the album includes some slower tempos and more experimental or psychedelic influences, which Al attributes to moving to California and getting a medical marijuana card.
8th Mar '18 8:00:47 PM Edgecrusher666
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* Al Jourgensen - lead vocals, guitars, keyboards, multiple instruments (1981-present)

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* Al Jourgensen - lead vocals, guitars, keyboards, multiple instruments programming (1981-present)
8th Mar '18 8:00:09 PM Edgecrusher666
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* Joey Jordison - drums (2006, 2018–present)

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* [[Music/{{Slipknot}} Joey Jordison Jordison]] - drums (2006, 2018–present)



* [[Music/{{Slipknot}} Joey Jordison]] - drums (2006)
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