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Every Day Is Halloween

August 2, 2010 | Format: MP3

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This album is not really a greatest hits, but as the label says, "Greatest Tricks". This albun was not noted on Ministry's own website, and 13th planet's for that matter. I see it as typical release from Cleopatra, scooping stuff off the cutting room floor and piecing it together for a few dollars. This has a few old familiars like Stigmata, Jesus Built My Hotrod, and N.W.O., but I think they have been mixed with a bit, or shortened. The Everyday is Halloween 2010 mix is different, neither good nor bad for me. The interesting stuff here to purchase this for would be the left overs from the Ministry and Co-Conspirators age with cover songs of Paint It Black, Stranglehold, and Iron Man. Sharp Dressed Man with Billy Gibbons I think is the best of that bunch. Finally, the redux of Rehab by Amy Winehouse is just ironic, and why Al Jourgenson did this song because of his past (and pointing out her ironic life also). It's that sense of humor I expect from Ministry, too bad they have closed up shop...maybe.
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I'm glad that Jourgensen has revisited his less metal past, but these covers he's been cranking out lately just feel like they BPMs are turned up and guitars just chunk through. Gone are the days of remakes like "Supernaut" or "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy." I'll give some credit to the retro remix of Halloween though, it's pretty good.
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I like this album because even though I knew a lot of the material on it, it was recorded in such a way that even though I knew that some of it was old, it was still interesting, fun, and cool to listen to. I didn't know exactly what to expect, but after I heard the "Thunderstruck" cover on the website, I found this disc at the record store and bought it. Not surprisingly, I wasn't disappointed since I've been a Ministry fan for years and had a good idea of what I would be getting. I've seen them three times and every show rocked. That, and I haven't seen a lot of bad reviews on Ministry's music lately. 40 something good versus....what, 2 bad ones?
So basically, it's good. IF you know their music.
The downside here is that if you're a new fan, this disc may not attract you AS MUCH as some of the other discs will, such as psalm 69, The Last Sucker, Rio Grande Blood. Buy this one later if you've never heard of them, but you'll like it nonetheless. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying this disc is a total piece of crap, but i'd hate to see a potential new fan have a "problem" if they don't like this disc.
Buy it. You should enjoy it.
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The original us one of the best stand-alone tracks ever. With its strong techno basis, it had not aged very well, but for those of us of a certain age it will last forever. The updated version is upsettingly bad, so it might not ge a bad idea to buy the individual trac versus this single.
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Greatest Fits is still the best collection of greatest hits but yes...this is also a good collection. Hard Industrial metal for fans of REVOLTING COCKS, PIGFACE, SKINNY PUPPY, FEAR FACTORY, NINE INCH NAILS, CHEMLAB, and 16 VOLT.
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One of my all-time favorites! My birthday is on Halloween ;-) Rock on, Mr Jorgensen! That is all :-/ Dang! I guess I have to type in some more stuff, because more words are required to post thissss...... OK! NOW!! thatisall.jpg
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