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The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste

Formato: limited numbered 180 gram audiophile marbled vinyl LP + insert
Nº catál.: MOVLP 993C
Editado: 21 May 19
Género: Industrial/Noise
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Tracklist
Cara 1
1. "Thieves" (5:01)
2. "Burning Inside" (5:11)
3. "Never Believe" (4:56)
4. "Cannibal Song" (6:07)
Cara 2
1. "Breathe" (5:38)
2. "So What" (8:07)
3. "Test" (6:02)
4. "Faith Collapsing" (3:54)
5. "Dream Song" (4:39)
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Review

Music On Vinyl continues to serve up essential reissues of classic Ministry albums, with 1989's "The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste" becoming the latest set to get the audiophile-friendly heavy vinyl treatment. The record is a little heavier and fuzzier than some of its predecessors, with greater use of rambunctious, mind-altering heavy metal guitar riffs and less reliance on the Fairlight CMI-driven arpeggio style basslines, oddball samples and bustling EBM rhythms. Of course, Al Jourgensen and company's trusty drum machines are still present and correct, with riff-laden songs being joined by occasional blasts of bass heavy post-punk style weightiness ("Cannibal Song"), rubbery mutant disco (the sample-laden stomp of "So What") and suitably dystopian industrial funk workouts ("Faith Collapsing").

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