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Tracklist

199 Percenters
2Freefall
3Bloodlust
4Kleptocracy
5Git Up Get Out 'N Vote
Lyrics By – Angelina Jourgensen
6Relapse
7Weekend Warrior
Lyrics By, Vocals – Sammy D'Ambruoso
8Ghouldiggers
9United Forces
Written-By – Milano, Benante, Liker, Ian, S.O.D.
10Double Tap
Guitar – Sin Quirin

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneMinistry Relapse ‎(CD, Album, Dig)ФоноnoneRussia2012
SR0750Ministry Relapse ‎(CD, Album)Scarecrow Records SR0750Mexico2012
AFM 399-9Ministry Relapse ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Dig)AFM RecordsAFM 399-9Germany2012
AFM 399-9Ministry Relapse ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)AFM Records AFM 399-92012
IUCP-16134Ministry Relapse ‎(CD, Album)Spiritual BeastIUCP-16134Japan2012

Credits

  • Backing Vocals [Add'l B/g Vox]Hector Munoz, Marty Lopez
  • BassTony Campos
  • Bass, KeyboardsCasey Orr
  • Co-producer, Engineer, Drum ProgrammingSammy D'Ambruoso
  • Design, LayoutKade Burt
  • Executive-Producer, Art Direction, Backing Vocals [Add'l B/g Vox], ManagementAngelina Jourgensen
  • Lead Guitar, Rhythm GuitarMichael Scaccia, Thomas M. Victor
  • Lyrics ByAlien Jourgensen (tracks: A1 to A4, B1, B2, B5)
  • Mastered ByDave Donnelly
  • Performer [All Songs Performed By]Ministry
  • Photography By [Additional]Omar Mena
  • Photography By [Artwork Photography]Allan Amato
  • Producer, Vocals [Lyrics & Vox], Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, KeyboardsAlien Jourgensen
  • Written-ByJourgensen (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B5), Orr (tracks: A1), Scaccia (tracks: A1, B3), D'Ambruoso (tracks: B1, B3), Quirin (tracks: A2), Victor (tracks: A4, B1, B4, B5)

Notes

Gatefold

Recorded & Mixed at 13th Planet Studios, El Paso, Tx.
Mastered at DNA Mastering, Glendale, CA.

"United Forces" (© Precious Metal Music) originally performed by S.O.D.

℗ 2012 13th Planet Records, Inc. under exclusive licence to AFM Records, a division of Soulfood Music Distribution GmbH.
© 2012 13th Planet Music, Inc.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8 84860 05281 8
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 05204

Companies

  • Published By – 13th Planet Records
  • Distributed By – Soulfood
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – 13th Planet Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – 13th Planet Music, Inc.
  • Licensed To – AFM Records
  • Record Company – Soulfood Music Distribution GmbH
  • Recorded At – 13th Planet Studios
  • Mixed At – 13th Planet Studios
  • Mastered At – DNA Mastering

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Relapse is the twelfth studio album by industrial metal band Ministry, which was released on March 23, 2012 through 13th Planet Records. It was recorded in the wake of their three-year hiatus from November 2008 to August 2011 and Al Jourgensen's near-death experience in 2010. Relapse is also the last Ministry album released during guitarist Mike Scaccia's lifetime, although he appeared posthumously on the band's next album, From Beer to Eternity. Track 7 from Ministry's new album Relapse released 27. March 2012. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте. Advanced search. Ministry discography all. Double Tap 2012. Enjoy the Quiet - Live at Wacken 2012 2013. Type: Full-length. Release date: March 30th, 2012. Catalog ID: SR0750. Ministry Relapse. Oberhofer Time Capsules II. Overkill The Electric Age. Thirty years and 12 albums later, as well as a near-death experience in 2010, Jourgensen rises as a phoenix from the ashes with Relapse - still angry, still political and very, very pizzed off. Artist Site Released: March 27, 2012 ON AFM. Relapse Ministry album. Relapse is Ministry's first studio album featuring original material since 2007's The Last Sucker, marking the longest gap, to date, between their studio albums. The band previously broke up in 2008 and Jourgensen had since stated that a reunion would never happen. In the November 2008 issue of Hustler Magazine, Jourgensen said that the reason they were breaking up was that they take up so much time as well as the hassle of getting out new albums. Four years after leader Al. Four years after leader Al Jourgensen put Ministry to rest, supposedly for good, Relapse crawls out of the sewer. Recovery from a serious illness, and thinking the Occupy movement needed an angrier soundtrack are two of the reasons for the rebirth, but the validation is Relapse itself. This is a harder and faster-than-usual album from the group, and yet there's also a heavier element of control throughout, as Jourgensen holds the reigns tighter, guiding this industrial-thrash monster down a speedy track without going over the edge. Текст песни: Im waiting for the end of days I think Im good but I just might stay But Im too wasted to care And if I go well fair is - Ministry. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Другие версии альбома. Last Tangle In Paris. 2014 Live 2012 DeFiBrilLaTouR. Relapse Live. Исполнитель: Ministry. Listen online to Ministry - Relapse and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists

Ministry - Relapse mp3

Performer: Ministry

Title: Relapse

Country: Germany

Release date: 23 Mar 2012

Label: AFM Records

Style: Industrial, Heavy Metal

Catalog: AFM 399-1

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 2714 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 157

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album

MP3 Related to Ministry - Relapse

Yndanol
Okay...every one calm down the Ministry hatin' these days. Listen, a little before 9/11 Al himself said he made better records when a Republican was in the White House. Al is NOT going to work with Paul again! End of story!

Unless, of course, the Eagles reunite. In which case, all bets are off.

So, do we have to wait until a) there is not a Democrat in office and/or b) Mr. Henley and Mr. Schmit work out their differences to get a GREAT Ministry album? Those of you that have read Atwood's "A Handmaiden's Tale" know that we have to have a woman in Office BEFORE either one of these will happen. So, make due with what you have: a GOOD Ministry album.

I will grant you, the diatribe at the beginning the the entire thing goes on way too long and the songs are out of order thematically. Other than these two things, it rocks! The WHOLE thing! The techno side is still there. It's just not overt. And, yes purists, I have been a fan since "LORAH" was originally released.

Three more things then I'm finished.

1) I hadn't realized Al and Co. smoked while recording this one. Harm Reduction wins again! I'll have to go back listen to it high and see what new treasures I'll find.

2) Time is not good the ANY heroin addict. Anyone who thinks it should be otherwise is an idiot! We should be thankful Al's still around. If you wish he'd just die, you WEREN'T a true Ministry fan to begin with and deserve the ol' Mussolini treatment.

3) I disagree with Al somewhat in that I think that "Filth Pig/Dark Side of the Spoon/Animositisomina" are the best things he's ever recorded. Nasty, dirty and sludgy as FUCK.

MINISTRY...MINISTRY...MINISTRY!!!

Laterz Skaterz

nf

Yndanol
Okay...every one calm down the Ministry hatin' these days. Listen, a little before 9/11 Al himself said he made better records when a Republican was in the White House. Al is NOT going to work with Paul again! End of story!

Unless, of course, the Eagles reunite. In which case, all bets are off.

So, do we have to wait until a) there is not a Democrat in office and/or b) Mr. Henley and Mr. Schmit work out their differences to get a GREAT Ministry album? Those of you that have read Atwood's "A Handmaiden's Tale" know that we have to have a woman in Office BEFORE either one of these will happen. So, make due with what you have: a GOOD Ministry album.

I will grant you, the diatribe at the beginning the the entire thing goes on way too long and the songs are out of order thematically. Other than these two things, it rocks! The WHOLE thing! The techno side is still there. It's just not overt. And, yes purists, I have been a fan since "LORAH" was originally released.

Three more things then I'm finished.

1) I hadn't realized Al and Co. smoked while recording this one. Harm Reduction wins again! I'll have to go back listen to it high and see what new treasures I'll find.

2) Time is not good the ANY heroin addict. Anyone who thinks it should be otherwise is an idiot! We should be thankful Al's still around. If you wish he'd just die, you WEREN'T a true Ministry fan to begin with and deserve the ol' Mussolini treatment.

3) I disagree with Al somewhat in that I think that "Filth Pig/Dark Side of the Spoon/Animositisomina" are the best things he's ever recorded. Nasty, dirty and sludgy as FUCK.

MINISTRY...MINISTRY...MINISTRY!!!

Laterz Skaterz

nf

skyjettttt
I was always proud to own any Ministry album from the very beginning and loved all of them from With Sympathy until Houses of the Molé.
Rio Grande blood was still a rather good album, but after that Al had more and more become a cartoon of himself.
The Last Sucker finally would have been better called the Last Twitch. There are some gems on the album, but disbanding was just a consistent step at the time anyway.
Though even in disbanding Al wasn't consistent and he went straight on releasing numerous superflous cover and remix albums as Ministry during the official hiatus.
However, not coming back should have been a matter of self-respect. Anything else is travesty.

But Al finally returned with another new Ministry album. As usual. Just another Relapse.

So in 2012 Relapse was released and it's actually the worst Ministry album that has ever seen the light of day.
It's just 10 lukewarm tracks of thrashing in the mould of the "Bush trilogy" but simply many times worse and totally uninspired.

What a waste of time!
skyjettttt
I was always proud to own any Ministry album from the very beginning and loved all of them from With Sympathy until Houses of the Molé.
Rio Grande blood was still a rather good album, but after that Al had more and more become a cartoon of himself.
The Last Sucker finally would have been better called the Last Twitch. There are some gems on the album, but disbanding was just a consistent step at the time anyway.
Though even in disbanding Al wasn't consistent and he went straight on releasing numerous superflous cover and remix albums as Ministry during the official hiatus.
However, not coming back should have been a matter of self-respect. Anything else is travesty.

But Al finally returned with another new Ministry album. As usual. Just another Relapse.

So in 2012 Relapse was released and it's actually the worst Ministry album that has ever seen the light of day.
It's just 10 lukewarm tracks of thrashing in the mould of the "Bush trilogy" but simply many times worse and totally uninspired.

What a waste of time!