Ministry - The Last Sucker

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Release date: 18 September 2007
Style: Industrial metal


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01. Let's Go
02. Watch Yourself
03. Life Is Good
04. The Dick Song
05. The Last Sucker
06. No Glory
07. Death And Destruction
08. Roadhouse Blues [The Doors cover]
09. Die In A Crash
10. End Of Days Part I
11. End Of Days Part II
12. Watch Yourself [remix]
13. The Last Sucker [remix]

Additional info
Label: 13th Planet / Soulfood
Distribution in France, and to buy the album:
Length: 55:53

Line-Up on the CD:
Vocals: Al Jourgensen
Guitars: Tommy Victor
Guitars: Sin Quirin
Bass: Paul Raven
Keyboards: John Bechdel
Drums: Joey Jordison
Engineering, drum programming: John Bilberry

Vocals: Casey Chaos
Vocals: Burton C. Bell

Staff review by
Well, there we have it - The Last Sucker is officially the last LP Ministry will ever release. Whether the fans like it or not, Al Jourgensen has decided to call it quits as far as his main band is concerned and focus on side projects and producing other artists on the 13th Planet label. Ministry was a significant source of innovation and great music in the metal world (hell, the music world on the whole, even) in the last decades so it would be nice if their swansong was an album to remember, a tour de force, something that blows the socks off anyone hearing it. Is it? Well... not really. While The Last Sucker is not a bad album in and of itself, it falls short as a suitable epitaph for a band as revered as Ministry.

published 08.09.2007 | Comments (5)

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