Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Ministry: DoTM

With Sympathy
Released in May 1983 by Arista Records.
Produced by Vince Ely and Ian Taylor.
Band lineup:
Alain Jourgensen - vocals, guitar, and keyboards; Stephen George - drums and percussion.
Tracks: 9
Singles:
"Work for Love" "I Wanted to Tell Her" and "Revenge"
Charts:
#93 on the Billboard 200

Twitch
Released in July 1986 by Sire/Warner Brothers.
Produced by Adrian Sherwood and Alain Jourgensen.
Lineup changes:
Alain Jourgensen is listed as the only actual band member on this album.
Tracks: 7 (reissued in 2003 with 12 tracks)
Charts:
#194 on the Billboard 200.

Twelve Inch Singles
Released in 1987 by Wax Trax!
Produced by Alain Jourgensen and Jay O'Roarke.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 8

The Land of Rape and Honey
Released in October 1988 by Sire/Warner Brothers.
Produced by Hypo Luxa (Al Jourgensen), Hermes Pan (Paul Barker) and Eddie Echo.
Band lineup:
Alain Jourgensen - vocals, guitar, programming; Paul Barker - bass, keyboards, programming.
Tracks: 11
Highlights:
"Stigmata" and "The Land of Rape and Honey"
Charts:
#164 on the Billboard 200.

The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste
Released in November 1989 by Sire/Warner Brothers.
Produced by Hypo Luxa and Hermes Pan.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 9
Singles:
"Burning Inside"
Charts:
#163 on the Billboard 200.

In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up
Live album released in 1990 by Sire/Warner Brothers.
Produced by Hypo Luxa and Hermes Pan.
No lineup changes.
Guest musicians:
Bill Rieflin - drums; Chris Connelly - keyboards, vocals; Mike Scaccia - guitar; Martin Atkins - drums; Nivek Ogre - keyboards, guitars, vocals; William Tucker - guitar;
Tracks: 6

Psalm 69
Released in July 1992 by Sire/Warner Brothers.
Produced by Hypo Luxa and Hermes Pan.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 9
Singles:
"Jesus Build My Hotrod" and "N.W.O."
Other highlights:
"Just One Fix"
Charts:
#27 on the Billboard 200.

Box
Compilation album released in November 1993 by Warner Brothers.
Produced by Hypo Luxa and Hermes Pan.
3 CDs:
Disc 1 = 5 tracks
Disc 2 = 4 tracks
Disc 3 = 4 tracks
Notes:
This compilation consists of previously unreleased tracks and re-mixes of already released material.

Filth Pig
Released in January 1996 by Warner Brothers.
Produced by Hypo Luxa and Hermes Pan.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 10
Singles:
"The Fall"
Charts:
#19 on the Billboard 200.

Dark Side of the Spoon
Released in June 1999 by Warner Brothers.
Produced by Hypo and Hermes.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 10 (#69 is a hidden track so technically there are 11)
Charts:
#92 on the Billboard 200

Greatest Fits
Compilation album released in June 2001 by Warner Brothers.
Produced by Hypo and Hermes.
Tracks: 13

Sphinctour
Live album released in March 2002 by Sanctuary Records.
Produced by Hypo and Hermes.
Tracks: 12

Animositisomina
Released in February 2003 by Sanctuary.
Produced by Hypo and Hermes.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 10
Charts:
#157 on the Billboard 200.

House of the Mole
Released in June 2004 by Sanctuary.
Produced by Al Jourgensen.
Lineup changes:
Paul Barker was replaced on bass by John Monte and additional personnel were added: Mike Scaccia on guitars and Mark Baker on drums.
Tracks: 11

Early Trax
Compilation album released in October 2004 by Rykodisc.
Produced by Al Jourgensen.
Tracks: 12

Side Trax
Compilation album released in October 2004 by Rykodisc.
Produced by Al Jourgensen.
Tracks: 15
Notes:
This album consists of material recorded by Al Jourgensen's side projects: Pailhead, 1000 Homo DJs, PTP and Acid Horse.

Rantology
Compilation album released in September 2005 by Sanctuary.
Produced by Al Jourgensen.
Tracks: 15

Rio Grande Blood
Released in May 2006 by 13th Planet/Megaforce Records.
Produced by Al Jourgensen.
Band lineup:
Al Jourgensen - vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, programming; Tommy Victor - guitar, bass; Paul Raven - keyboards, bass, guitar, drums.
Tracks: 14
Charts:
#134 on the Billboard 200.

Rio Grande Dub
Remix album released in July 2007 by 13th Planet Records.
Produced by Al Jourgensen, Clayton Worbeck and John Bechdel.
Tracks: 12

The Last Sucker
Released in September 2007 by 13th Planet.
Produced by Al Jourgensen and Dave Donnelly.
Band lineup:
Al - vocals, guitar, bass, programming; Tommy Victor - guitar, bass; Paul Raven - bass, guitars; Sin Quirin - guitars, bass; John Bechdel - keyboards.
Tracks: 11
Charts:
#130 on the Billboard 200.

Cover Up
Released in April 2008 by 13th Planet.
Produced by Al Jourgensen.
Too many band lineup changes to list here (yeah, sue me, i'm lazy)
Tracks: 11
Notes:
This album consists of cover songs such as The Rolling Stone's "Under My Thumb," Golden Earring's "Radar Love," ZZTop's "Just Got Paid," The Doors' "Roadhouse Blues," and Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World" among others.

Adios...Puta Madres
Live album released in March 2009 by 13th Planet.
Produced by Al Jourgensen.
Band lineup:
Al Jourgensen - vocals, guitars; Sin Quirin - guitar; Tommy Victor - guitar; Tony Campos - bass; John Bechdel - keyboards; Aaron Rossi - drums.
Tracks: 13

The Last Dubber
Remix album released in September 2009 by 13th Planet.
Produced by Al Jourgensen.
Tracks: 12

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