listening to.
i remember buying this album in highschool after getting into Ministry via Psalm 69 and Land of Rape and Honey…so i wasn’t exactly thrilled to discover their debut had more in common with Depeche Mode and Yaz than it did New World Order…. but time is a funny thing and now i kinda love this record. 

listening to.

i remember buying this album in highschool after getting into Ministry via Psalm 69 and Land of Rape and Honey…so i wasn’t exactly thrilled to discover their debut had more in common with Depeche Mode and Yaz than it did New World Order…. but time is a funny thing and now i kinda love this record. 

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    a favorite.
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  4. sosatin76 reblogged this from suicidewatch and added:
    ohh … I have my own memories of this album also!! in fact “work for love” sounded good after a long time..
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    Ha ha — almost my exact experience.
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    this is one of my favorite albums ever
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    One of my favorite Ministry albums… listening to “Every Day is Halloween” now…
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    This has always been my favorite Ministry album. Much to the chagrin of many a Ministry fan and Al himself. What can I...