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  • DVD Audio (February 18, 2003)
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  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Silverline
  • ASIN: B000087N1O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #198,420 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Animosity
2. Unsung
3. Piss
4. Lockbox
5. Broken
6. The Light Pours Out Of Me
7. Shove
8. Impossible
9. Stolen
10. Leper

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24 bit / 96 kHz DVD-Audio and 24 bit / 48 kHz Dolby Digital 5.1 options
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Lockbox is also a very good track.
Bjorn Viberg
What I really love are the clean vocal melodies, which at times are distorted and compressed, stacked on top of this classic industrial guitar and percussion sound.
Kory C. Bentley
The songs are very original and take me back to Cds like Psalm 69 - or The Mind Is A Terrible thing to taste.

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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By audrey TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 26, 2003
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Dear, intense Al and his talented buddy Paul. Ministry has to be one of the most interesting, continually evolving bands of all time. Is this the same duo that put out dance pop tunes like "Everyday (Is Halloween)", then released THE seminal industrial metal albums, and finally seemed to flame out with Filth Pig and Dark Side of the Spoon? Lord awmighty, they are back with flawlessly disciplined havoc. This disc is brilliant!
Animositisomina is an instant and solid classic. I would rank it with Psalm 69 and Land of Rape and Honey, and yet it is not derivative of those great albums. All the brutal layers of sound are here, with machine gun percussion and frenzied guitars. The time signatures are demanding and riveting and, what I think really sets this work apart, the vocals are incredible. I believe I even know what Jourgensen's voice sounds like now and .... he's got a great voice!
I'd rank "Piss" and "Broken" with Ministry stalwarts "Scarecrow" and "Stigmata", and "Leper" goes on for 9 glorious minutes of lush devastation. There is not a loser in the bunch. I hate to see another human being in pain, but if Al Jourgensen's rage results in music this intense and cathartic, then I would be willing to stand in line to poke him with a stick.
Awesome. Passionate. Pulverizing. Overwhelming. Irresistible. Jourgensen and Barker are at the top of their game, and I am so thankful. So very very thankful.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Melkor VINE VOICE on March 24, 2003
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I wrote a review for this CD a few weeks ago that never got posted. I'm glad it didn't, because I originally gave this CD 4 stars. Now that I've had a few more weeks to listen to it, I can definitely give it 5!
I hated most of Ministry's previous studio album, "Dark Side of the Spoon". I thought it was a very weak, uninspired, and badly produced CD. "Animositisomina" is the exact opposite; it's a very strong, inspired, and well produced album. This sounds like a Ministry album. The first four songs hit the listener like a sledge hammer. On track five, "Broken", Al and Paul bring in some of their RevCo/Buck Satan sound. "Light" is a fantastic cover, along the lines of "Lay, Lady, Lay" on FlithPig. Shove reminds me of one of their Lard tracks (this isn't a bad thing). They top off the disc by ending with one of their wonderful instrumentals along the lines of the last tracks on "Land", "Mind", and "Psalm".
This disc didn't grab my attention at first. Much like "Filth Pig", it took some listening for me to hear the direction that the band was going. Even though I didn't like "Filth Pig" at first because it was a straight ahead heavy rock album (Ministry's reaction to the "industrial" label placed on them), it eventually became one of my favorite CDs. "Animositisomina" did not take as long for me to get into. It is an album takes the feelings of all of Ministry's previous efforts, and puts them in a blender. This CD stands out from a lot of the other heavy music out there right now because it is, indeed, actually heavy; and, more important, it is creative.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mono-Grind on February 27, 2005
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I really believe that this is up there with their earlier work. This is definitely hypnotic. But not in the way of bands such as Sunn 0))) or 0-l even..This is a different type of Hypnotic. Repetitive in a small way, but if you are already a fan of Ministry, i doubt you could hate this record.

This album starts off with a crushing riff, and it just gets better and better. Animosity, Unsung, Piss, The Light Pours Out of Me (Especially "hypnotic" when the drumming hardly changes a beat), Shove, Stolen and Leper are my personal favourites on this album.

The whole album is very loud. Just like their newest album, Houses of the Mole, is loud too. And it being loud is a good thing, obviously. Ministry are very influential, and combine crushing riffs that sometimes repeat themselves over and over again, with eerie, sometimes shouty, vocals..All in all, look no further than this band for THE definition of Industrial Metal.

This album should not be overlooked for any reason. It is easily up there, like i said, with their earlier work..And every fan must, and probably does by now, own this. The final song Leper, is just an example of what i mean by hypnotic..As it goes for 9:05 mins. And the ending riff, that goes for just about 5 mins, will stay in your head for a long time after you hear it. This album deserves respect. 5/5
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Erica Anderson on July 2, 2003
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I must admit that I am more of a casual Ministry fan. My first exposure to the legendary industrial band was "Psalm 69" when I was still in high school. That was the most intense, aggresive album I had ever heard at the time. Ministry was definitely my first exposure to industrial music. Little did I know that years later, it would become my personal favorite genre of music. Since high school, my tastes in music has evolved. Now I am back to listening to industrial music full time. A few weeks back, I found a used copy of the band's new cd "Animositisomina". I bought it because I have been hearing nothing but good things about the album. My initial response to the cd was not a good response. I didn't like what I heard. I set aside for awhile. When I recently brought it into the office and put it into my computer, I found myself falling in love with the nihilistic lyrics and abrasive industrial beats. The entire album reminded me of "Psalm 69". "Animosity" especially reminded me of "Jesus Built My Hotrod". Although "Animositisomina" isn't the easiest album to listen to, the music itself certainly is conducive to those who enjoy this type of music.
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