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Filth Pig arrived after an extended break that found Al Jourgensen and Paul Barker giving rural Texas life a try before retreating back to the chilled concrete of Chicago. But, despite the Lone Star roots of some of its songs and much talk of Jourgensen's budding taste for country music, Filth Pig isn't Ministry's Nashville Skyl
Manufacturer: Warner Bros / Wea
Release date: 17 August 1996
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0093624583820 UPC: 009362458382
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posted a review 2 years, 11 months ago
“This is one release I'll probably never get sick of. I've even sold it and rebought it because I missed it so much. It has four things good going for it. 1) The vocals are awesome. They're clean yet harsh and compliment the music perfectly. 2) The guitar is heavy as hell! 3) The drums are deep and although fairly simple for certain songs they're dialed right in and if you have a good stereo your gonna feel each kick drum. 4) The bass is awesome! It's clear and heavy and it has some of the best bass lines in metal music to this day.
One could say the writting of the music on this album is fairly simple. There's a few tracks on here where the variation doesn't change a whole lot, like Lava, The Fall and Brick Windows, for example, but those happen to be my three favourite tracks o” read more
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My First 40 CDs (or, Where I'm Coming From) (50 music items)
"Then: Oddly, I can't remember how I was first introduced to Ministry. It's unlikely that their Bob Dylan cover from this CD is in fact the first song of theirs I ever heard, but it's the one I first clearly remember hearing.
Now: It's in the driver side visor of my car right now, actually. "Reload" definitely remains high on the list of "songs that make me want to break things". ;)
There's nothing about this picture that doesn't make me break into a devilish smile."