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Vinyl, 26 Apr 2019
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180 gram audiophile vinyl / Insert
About the Artist
Before Ministry created their influential and breakthrough album 'The Land of Rape and Honey', there was 'Twitch'. Originally released in 1986, their second album 'Twitch' stepped away from the pop-oriented form of their debut album 'With Sympathy' and moved toward a darker, more aggressive sound in the form of the EBM genre. For this album founder and front man Jourgensen was granted more artistic control over the production, for which he mostly performed solo. Although the album doesn't sound like any of the other Ministry albums, listeners may hear how the band came of age. 'Twitch' sold well, but was still considered to be 'underground'. The only single from the album was 'Over The Shoulder'. Tracklist: Side A: 1. Just Like You 2. We Believe 3. All Day Remix 4.The Angel. Side B: 1. Over The Shoulder 2. My Possession 3. Where You At Now? 4. Crash And Burn. Also available on vinyl: The Land Of Rape And Honey / The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste / Dark Side Of The Spoon / Filth Pig
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Good companion albums from the same era are Cabaret Voltaire's "Micro Phonies" and Gary Clail/Tackhead Sound System's "Tackhead Tape Time".