History Trivia / Ministry

4th Aug '16 11:23:42 PM Greedyselfish97
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** In a 2016 interview, Al finds "Animositisomina" to be this. Due to him constantly being sick from kicking his heroin habit at the time and his falling out with Paul Barker.
28th May '16 12:57:22 PM CassandraLeo
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* FatalMethodActing: Mike Scaccia, longtime guitarist for band (he was apart of both the classic lineup and the reunited 2012 configuration) died of a heart attack while performing at a club in Texas in December 2012 with the band Rigor Mortis.

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* FatalMethodActing: Mike Scaccia, longtime guitarist for band (he was apart a part of both the classic lineup and the reunited 2012 configuration) died of a heart attack while performing at a club in Texas in December 2012 with the band Rigor Mortis.
25th May '16 7:02:05 PM HypnoticMeerkat
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* TheOtherMarty: [[NineInchNails Trent Reznor]] was to sing on 1000 Homo [=DJs=]' "Supernaut", but his label, TVT Records, wouldn't allow it to be released, so Al Jourgensen re-recorded the vocals himself [[note]]rumor has it that they merely distorted Reznor's vocal track beyond recognition and released it that way, but Jourgensen's always denied this[[/note]]. The "Trent Reznor Vocal Version" of "Supernaut" eventually saw official release on the box set ''Black Box Wax Trax! Records: The First 13 Years''... which was, ironically enough, released by TVT - the label had bought out the whole back catalog of Wax Trax! Records at that point, which included 1000 Homo [=DJs=].

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* TheOtherMarty: [[NineInchNails [[Music/NineInchNails Trent Reznor]] was to sing on 1000 Homo [=DJs=]' "Supernaut", but his label, TVT Records, wouldn't allow it to be released, so Al Jourgensen re-recorded the vocals himself [[note]]rumor has it that they merely distorted Reznor's vocal track beyond recognition and released it that way, but Jourgensen's always denied this[[/note]]. The "Trent Reznor Vocal Version" of "Supernaut" eventually saw official release on the box set ''Black Box Wax Trax! Records: The First 13 Years''... which was, ironically enough, released by TVT - the label had bought out the whole back catalog of Wax Trax! Records at that point, which included 1000 Homo [=DJs=].
1st Feb '15 6:55:30 PM paulson
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* MoneyDearBoy: Al did some advertising/jingle work in the 1980s, including this widely circulated [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGULNeTQPYY Shasta]] ad.
7th Jan '15 3:01:32 AM tenryufan
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* AuthorExistenceFailure: Mike Scaccia, who was responsible for a good deal of Ministry's current sound.


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* FanNickname: "Uncle Al" for Al Jourgensen.
15th Jul '14 5:37:54 PM paulson
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* FatalMethodActing: Mike Scaccia, longtime guitarist for band (he was apart of both the classic lineup and the reunited 2012 configuration) died of a seizure while the band was performing at a club in Texas in December 2012. Shortly before his death, he requested that the club turn down the strobe lights, but he was apparently ignored by the promoters.

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* FatalMethodActing: Mike Scaccia, longtime guitarist for band (he was apart of both the classic lineup and the reunited 2012 configuration) died of a seizure heart attack while the band was performing at a club in Texas in December 2012. Shortly before his death, he requested that 2012 with the club turn down the strobe lights, but he was apparently ignored by the promoters.band Rigor Mortis.
18th Mar '14 11:11:39 AM MikeK
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* TheOtherMarty: [[NineInchNails Trent Reznor]] was to sing on 1000 Homo [=DJs=]' "Supernaut", but his label, TVT Records, wouldn't allow it to be released, so Al Jourgensen re-recorded the vocals himself [[note]]rumor has it that they merely distorted Reznor's vocal track beyond recognition and released it that way, but Jourgensen's always denied this[[/note]]. The "Trent Reznor Vocal Version" of "Supernaut" eventually saw official release on the box set ''Black Box Wax Trax! Records: The First 13 Years''... which was, ironically enough, released by TVT - the label had bought out the whole back catalog of Wax Trax! Records at that point, which included 1000 Homo [=DJs=].

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* TheOtherMarty: [[NineInchNails Trent Reznor]] was to sing on 1000 Homo [=DJs=]' "Supernaut", but his label, TVT Records, wouldn't allow it to be released, so Al Jourgensen re-recorded the vocals himself [[note]]rumor has it that they merely distorted Reznor's vocal track beyond recognition and released it that way, but Jourgensen's always denied this[[/note]]. The "Trent Reznor Vocal Version" of "Supernaut" eventually saw official release on the box set ''Black Box Wax Trax! Records: The First 13 Years''... which was, ironically enough, released by TVT - the label had bought out the whole back catalog of Wax Trax! Records at that point, which included 1000 Homo [=DJs=].[=DJs=].
* ThrowItIn: There were actual lyrics to "Jesus Built My Hotrod" at first, but when Gibby Haynes started doing some psychotic scatting over the instrumental track, Al liked that better and used that in the final product.
26th Sep '13 11:59:02 AM SeptimusHeap
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* TheOtherMarty: [[NineInchNails Trent Reznor]] was to sing on 1000 Homo [=DJs=]' "Supernaut", but his label, TVT Records, wouldn't allow it to be released, so Al Jourgensen re-recorded the vocals himself [[hottip:*: rumor has it that they merely distorted Reznor's vocal track beyond recognition and released it that way, but Jourgensen's always denied this]]. The "Trent Reznor Vocal Version" of "Supernaut" eventually saw official release on the box set ''Black Box Wax Trax! Records: The First 13 Years''... which was, ironically enough, released by TVT - the label had bought out the whole back catalog of Wax Trax! Records at that point, which included 1000 Homo [=DJs=].

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* TheOtherMarty: [[NineInchNails Trent Reznor]] was to sing on 1000 Homo [=DJs=]' "Supernaut", but his label, TVT Records, wouldn't allow it to be released, so Al Jourgensen re-recorded the vocals himself [[hottip:*: rumor [[note]]rumor has it that they merely distorted Reznor's vocal track beyond recognition and released it that way, but Jourgensen's always denied this]].this[[/note]]. The "Trent Reznor Vocal Version" of "Supernaut" eventually saw official release on the box set ''Black Box Wax Trax! Records: The First 13 Years''... which was, ironically enough, released by TVT - the label had bought out the whole back catalog of Wax Trax! Records at that point, which included 1000 Homo [=DJs=].
11th Mar '13 10:09:36 PM paulson
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** Averted with several singles from this period such as "Everyday is Halloween" and "Cold Life"; the compilation on which they appeared, ''Twelve Inch Singles (19811984)'' received an officially endorsed UpdatedRerelease in the form of ''Early Trax''.
20th Feb '13 5:04:18 PM MikeK
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* TheOtherMarty: [[NineInchNails Trent Reznor]] was to sing on 1000 Homo [=DJs=]' "Supernaut", but his label, TVT Records, wouldn't allow it to be released, so Al Jourgensen re-recorded the vocals himself [[hottip:*: rumor has it that they merely distorted Reznor's vocal track beyond recognition and released it that way, but Jourgensen's always denied this]]. The "Trent Reznor Vocal Version" of "Supernaut" eventually saw official release on the box set ''Black Box Wax Trax! Records: The First 13 Years'' - TVT had bought out the whole back catalog of Wax Trax! Records at that point, which included 1000 Homo [=DJs=].

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* TheOtherMarty: [[NineInchNails Trent Reznor]] was to sing on 1000 Homo [=DJs=]' "Supernaut", but his label, TVT Records, wouldn't allow it to be released, so Al Jourgensen re-recorded the vocals himself [[hottip:*: rumor has it that they merely distorted Reznor's vocal track beyond recognition and released it that way, but Jourgensen's always denied this]]. The "Trent Reznor Vocal Version" of "Supernaut" eventually saw official release on the box set ''Black Box Wax Trax! Records: The First 13 Years'' - Years''... which was, ironically enough, released by TVT - the label had bought out the whole back catalog of Wax Trax! Records at that point, which included 1000 Homo [=DJs=].
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