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Ministry - Tapes Of Wrath (2000)
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Ministry - Tapes Of Wrath (2000)

Video: PAL, MPEG-2 at 7 807 Kbps, 720 x 576 at 25.000 fps | Audio: PCM 2ch. at 1 536 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: Rock, Metal | Label: Warner Bros | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 12 Sep 2000 | Runtime: 68 min. | 4,20 GB (DVD5)

The most controversial videos from one of industrial music's most legendary and
notorious acts arrive on DVD uncut and uncensored in Ministry: Tapes of
Wrath from Warner Reprise Video.
Until Nine Inch Nails crossed over to the mainstream, Ministry did more
than any other band to popularize industrial dance music, injecting
large doses of punky, over-the-top aggression and roaring heavy metal
guitar riffs that helped their music find favor with metal and
alternative audiences outside of industrial's cult fan base. That's not
to say Ministry had a commercial or generally accessible sound: they
were unremittingly intense, abrasive, pounding, and repetitive, and not
always guitar-oriented (samples, synthesizers, and tape effects were a
primary focus just as often as guitars and distorted vocals). However,
both live and in the studio, they achieved a huge, crushing sound that
put most of their contemporaries in aggressive musical genres to shame;
plus, founder and frontman Al Jourgensen gave the group a greater aura
of style and theater than other industrial bands, who seemed rather
faceless when compared with Jourgensen's leather-clad cowboy/biker look
and the edgy shock tactics of such videos as "N.W.O." and "Just One
Fix." After 1992's Psalm 69, which represented the peak of their
popularity, Ministry's recorded output dwindled, partially because of
myriad side projects and partially due to heroin abuse within the band,
but the band continued to resurface throughout the rest of the decade.
Ministry were formed in 1981 by Alain Jourgensen (born October 8, 1958,
Havana, Cuba); he had moved to the U.S. with his mother while very young
and lived in a succession of cities, eventually working as a radio DJ
and joining a new wave band called Special Affect (fronted by future My
Life with the Thrill Kill Kult leader Frankie Nardiello, aka Groovie
Mann). Featuring drummer Stephen George, Ministry debuted with the Wax
Trax! single "Cold Life," which -- typical of their early output -- was
more in the synth pop/dance style of new wavers like the Human League or
Thompson Twins. The album With Sympathy appeared on the major-label
Arista in 1983 and followed a similar musical direction, one that
Jourgensen was dissatisfied with; he returned to Wax Trax! and recorded
several singles while rethinking the band's style and forming his
notorious side project the Revolting Cocks.
In 1985, with Jourgensen the only official member of Ministry, the
Adrian Sherwood-produced Twitch was released by Sire Records; while not
as aggressive as the group's later, more popular material, it found
Jourgensen taking definite steps in that direction. Following a 1987
single with Skinny Puppy's Kevin Ogilvie (aka Nivek Ogre) as PTP,
Jourgensen once again revamped Ministry with former Blackouts bassist
Paul Barker officially joining the lineup to complement Jourgensen's
rediscovery of the guitar; fellow ex-Blackouts William Rieflin (drums)
and Mike Scaccia (guitar), as well as vocalist Chris Connelly, were
heavily showcased as collaborators for the first of several times on
1988's The Land of Rape and Honey. With Jourgensen and Barker credited
as Hypo Luxa and Hermes Pan, respectively, this album proved to be
Ministry's stylistic breakthrough, a taut, explosive fusion of heavy
metal, industrial dance beats and samples, and punk aggression. Released
in 1989, The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste built on its
predecessor's artistic success, and In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing
Up was recorded on its supporting tour, introducing other frequent
Ministry contributors like drummer Martin Atkins (later of Pigface) and
guitarist William Tucker (as well as featuring a guest shot from Jello
Biafra). Jourgensen next embarked on a flurry of side projects,
including the aforementioned Revolting Cocks (with Barker, Barker's
brother Roland, Front 242 members Luc Van Acker and Richard 23, and many
more), 1000 Homo DJs (with Biafra, Rieflin, and Trent Reznor), Acid
Horse, Pailhead (with Ian MacKaye), and Lard (again with Biafra, Paul
Barker, Rieflin, and drummer Jeff Ward). In late 1991, Ministry issued
the single "Jesus Built My Hotrod," a driving rocker featuring manic
nonsense vocals by co-writer Gibby Haynes of the Butthole Surfers; its
exposure on MTV helped build anticipation for the following year's
full-length, Psalm 69 (subtitled The Way to Succeed & the Way to
Suck Eggs, although the only title that appears on the album consists of
a few Greek letters and symbols). The record reached the Top 30 and
went platinum, producing two further MTV hits with "N.W.O." and "Just
One Fix," and Ministry consolidated their following with a spot on the
inaugural Lollapalooza tour that summer (joined by new guitarist Louis
Svitek). However, drug and legal problems sidelined the band in the wake
of its newfound popularity, resulting in the clouded Filth Pig being
released in 1995, too late to capitalize on their prior success. More
problems with drugs and arrests followed, and Jourgensen returned to
some of his side projects, recording a new album with Lard, among
others. In 1999, the new single "Bad Blood" was featured prominently in
the sci-fi special-effects blockbuster film The Matrix, setting the
stage for the release of Dark Side of the Spoon (the title a reference
to the band's heroin problems) later that summer. Guitarist William
Tucker committed suicide in May 1999. Ministry were nominated for a
Grammy in 2000 for "Bad Blood," but they lost to Black Sabbath and were
dropped from Warner Bros. around the same time. They were also added to
the Ozzfest tour, but they were kicked off before it even began because
of a management change. To compound their sorrows, Ipecac Records
announced three live albums were to be released with material from the
Psalm 69 tour being the main focus, but they only had a verbal
agreement, and when Warner Bros. caught wind of the project, they
stamped it out despite already having the CDs ready for printing. In
2001, Ministry filmed a scene for Steven Spielberg's A.I. and released
their contribution to the film on a greatest-hits album, appropriately
titled Greatest Fits. The song received a decent amount of promotion,
but the single went nowhere and the band signed to Sanctuary Records
later in the year. While recording new material, they released the
Sphinctour album and DVD in the spring of 2002 to satisfy rabid fans who
were disappointed by the Ipecac situation. The next spring,
Animositisomina was released, advertised as a return to the Psalm 69
style of songwriting and featuring a cover of Magazine's "The Light
Pours Out of Me." Houses of the Molé followed in June 2004.
In September 2005 Ministry celebrated their 25th anniversary with
Rantology. Jourgensen remixed such past hits as "Jesus Built My Hotrod"
and "N.W.O. for the set; it also included live material, rarities, and
the new track "Great Satan." An extensive tour with Revolting Cocks in
tow followed. The band then released Rio Grande Blood in May 2006; the
second installment in what Jourgensen promised to be a George W.
Bush-hating trilogy (which began with Houses of the Molé); the album
earned Ministry another Grammy nomination (Best Metal Performance) for
"Lies, Lies, Lies." In 2007 the bandmembers announced they would be
releasing their "final" album, The Last Sucker, by the end of the year.
The 2008 compilation Cover Up examined Ministry's long history of
destroying other artists' tunes, while the 2009 set The Last Dubber
featured The Last Sucker album remixed. Jourgensen would move on to his
country project Buck Satan and return to the Cocks over the next few
years, but Ministry wouldn't lay dormant for long. In 2012 they returned
with the very thrash, very angry studio album Relapse with the
ironically titled live album Enjoy the Quiet following in 2013. The
studio album From Beer to Eternity also appeared in 2013, honoring
longtime Ministry guitarist Mike Scaccia, who had passed away after
suffering heart failure while on-stage performing with his other band,
Rigor Mortis.

01. Over the Shoulder [6:48]
02. Stigmata [7:00]
03. Flashback [4:52]
04. Burning Inside [5:11]
05. The Land of Rape and Honey [5:32]
06. Jesus Built My Hotrod [5:02]
07. N. W. O. [5:28]
08. Just One Fix [4:21]
09. Lay Lady Lay [5:09]
10. Reload [3:04]
11. Bad Blood [4:04]
12. Crackin' Up [4:41]
13. Do Ya Think I'm Sexy [5:03]
14. Credits [:45]

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