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Old 01-25-2011, 11:46 AM   #2411 (permalink)
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did you ever see the "In case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up LIVE" video?
Hell yes, it's amazing I have the CD and VHS. I love the version of "So What" on there. It's the perfect set of songs...though it's cut short from the original show, for whatever reason. THAT is the tour I would have liked to see them on. Unfortunately I didn't see them till Filth Pig but it was still great.
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this may be one of the greatest "environmental" songs ever written
Absolutely, and one of my favorite Ministry songs.
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Hell yes, it's amazing I have the CD and VHS. I love the version of "So What" on there. It's the perfect set of songs...though it's cut short from the original show, for whatever reason. THAT is the tour I would have liked to see them on. Unfortunately I didn't see them till Filth Pig but it was still great.
December 12, 1990 at the University of Nevada Reno student union hall....KMFDM opened....i lied to my parents and was grounded for weeks when i showed up at 3am....this was my first real "show"

i also saw them on the filth pig tour with Jesus Lizard....actually that may have been my proper introduction to Jesus Lizard

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Absolutely, and one of my favorite Ministry songs.
i think 'Mind' is the pinnacle Ministry ...well if you combine Land of Rape and Honey
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i think 'Mind' is the pinnacle Ministry ...well if you combine Land of Rape and Honey
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i think 'Mind' is the pinnacle Ministry ...well if you combine Land of Rape and Honey
Those two albums are definitely the twin peaks (haha) of the Ministry back catalogue. Their discography makes a pretty smooth slope really since the two albums tied for second best in my mind are on either side of those two chronologically.
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Twitch is pretty underrated in my opinion....i don't listen to it as much as those two....but damn its good....and it has what i would consider to be the second best "environmental" song....Isle Of Man.... Psalm 69 is just rockin
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Twitch is pretty underrated in my opinion....i don't listen to it as much as those two....but damn its good....and it has what i would consider to be the second best "environmental" song....Isle Of Man.... Psalm 69 is just rockin
Yeah, Twitch is super-underrated but I think it's great. "Where You at Now?/Crash and Burn/Twitch" is an amazing track that definitely hints at Land of Rape and Honey for starters. And "We Believe", "My Possession" and "Isle of Man" are all favorites of mine too. Really there's not a bad song on the album IMO. It's aged worse than a lot of Ministry albums but it's still great.
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^opening Track to Twitch

i had to put it on....and in the spirit of the thread

this is a pretty crazy song when you really listen to all the stuff going on
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Just starting a mini-Ween-marathon in preparation for tonight's show.

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