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Relapse (Deluxe Edition)
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I have to point out that I'm not the worlds biggest Ministry fan. I've had more of a love/hate relationship with Ministry that caused me to give up on them at Psalm 69. I like pretty much everything off "The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste", but "Land of Rape and Honey" and "Psalm 69" have way too much of what I would call tedious filler material around the more memorable moments.
Stand out songs for me are: Ghouldiggers (Pantera-like riffs in there), Double Tap, Kleptocracy (opening sounds like Megadeth), 99 Percenters and Bloodlust (despite sounding like Linkin Park in places). For something very off-the-wall, the Glitch Techno remix of Bloodlust is worth a listen if you have an open mind.
From the humour of the opening track 'Ghouldiggers' there is no let up with the barrage through the likes of the speeding 'Double Tap' the vicious 'freefall' the shout along 'Kleptocracy' and '99 Percenters' to the final crunch of 'Bloodlust'. I am delighted to have a new Ministry release which was never expected and it's one to be enjoyed.
"Relapse" is the worst Ministry record in thirty years. The lyrics are obsessed with respectively, a small palette of annoyances that infuriate Al Jourgenson : namely managers, ex-managers, bands, ex-bands, drugs, drugs, drugs, wives, ex-wives, and the sunshine. The opening track is buried in spoken word rants and raves of no eloquence and little point except to bore the listener. The vocals are pedestrian : lacking the distinctive style of previous records, but at least, somewhat memorable choruses. The production is appallingly limp. With programmed drums, and thin guitars, and weak bass, the traditional, and well known wall of sound Ministry made most of their lives making is barely here. It's the least effective, most unexciting, boring record Ministry have ever made, with nothing of any note, and sounding like a pale imitation of the band they used to be. Avoid. Remember them a different way : if you can.
I particularly liked the song Kleptocracy and United Forces, both of which I hadn't heard before I bought the album, and now I really love them!
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