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Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste (Audio CD)

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This is one of the best hard-hitting albums ever made. But before I get into that, other items need to be addressed. I hate reading diatribes from people who clearly know nothing. J Brady proclaims that Ministry is not an "industrial" band. Are you stupid? Allow me... yes, you are stupid. A history lesson is in order. Industrial was started (at least the concept) in the 70's by experimental artists like Einsturzende Neubauten who constructed what can loosely be called songs from found sounds, odd tape loops, banging on trash cans and other abrasive noises. Yeah, they sounded a bit like industrial machinery... imagine that - maybe that's where the term comes from. Non-traditional vocals often accompanied the edgy music. Of course there were other bands like early Cabaret Voltaire, Throbbing Gristle, CAN, etc. However it didn't take off until a few years later when certain bands, working from same central concept, honed the sound and took it in new directions that greatly expanded the...Read more

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This is one of the best hard-hitting albums ever made. But before I get into that, other items need to be addressed. I hate reading diatribes from people who clearly know nothing. J Brady proclaims that Ministry is not an "industrial" band. Are you stupid? Allow me... yes, you are stupid. A history lesson is in order. Industrial was started (at least the concept) in the 70's by experimental artists like Einsturzende Neubauten who constructed what can loosely be called songs from found sounds, odd tape loops, banging on trash cans and other abrasive noises. Yeah, they sounded a bit like industrial machinery... imagine that - maybe that's where the term comes from. Non-traditional vocals often accompanied the edgy music. Of course there were other bands like early Cabaret Voltaire, Throbbing Gristle, CAN, etc. However it didn't take off until a few years later when certain bands, working from same central concept, honed the sound and took it in new directions that greatly expanded the...Read more
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