My favorite Ministry song

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  1. Stevie

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    I don't even know that song.
     
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    I never got into that song.

    I liked land of rape and honey, Stigmata, Flashback and You know what you are best from that album.
     
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    I saw them live back in the day with special guest Helmet.
     
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    Where I used to live the neighbor behind me would play country music and Rush limbaugh and I would play Flashback and Thieves real loud,
     
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    Its similar to "Deity" with the sort of chugging along groove. Love it. Its always been my favorite off the album but most of the tracks are solid.
     
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    At The Shelter?
     
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    Because its that time of year....

     
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    Del Mar fairgrounds in San Diego.
     
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    Ahhhhhhh...I saw them w/ Helmet at The Shelter in Detroit...Fucking crazy.
     
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    It's a great album, the best Industrial album in my opinion.
     
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    Here is mine.

     
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    So fucking hard to believe this is how they started out:

     
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    As far as faves go this is one of mine:

     
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    Interesting choice. Most people (including myself) cite their favorite tracks being ones off of "The Land...", "A Mind...", or "Psalm 69...". Pretty neat that your choice wasn't from any of those albums.

    Admittedly I'm not familiar with the output after "Filth Pig".
     
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    I liked the heavier route they took after their "Big 3" you mentioned.
     
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    Hmm, Thieves for me narrowly beating out Cannibal Song. My first exposure to industrial music.
    EDIT: Totally forgot about Just One Fix. The video where the guy looks like he's vomiting blood made me gag.
     
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