Ministry
a) ALBUMS, SINGLES, EP's, HOME VIDEOS


COLD LIFE

x 12" 1981 WaxTrax! WAX 110072XA US

I'm Falling [4:04]
Cold Life [6:11]
Primental [5:13]

Info: Originally released in a brown cardboard sleeve and later in a red gatefold sleeve, both with different line-up information. The original, brown sleeve lists Al Jourgensen, Stephen George, John Davis, Paul Taylor, Marty Sorenson. Both have the same catalogue number. The later,red sleeve lists Ministry as Al Jourgensen, Stephen George, John Davis, and Bob Roberts. Several copies of the brown sleeve proclaim that the release includes the bonus track Primental, meaning there could exist copies of the brown sleeve without Primental on them.


x 7" 1982 Situation 2 SIT 17T FRA

Cold Life [3:41]
I'm Falling [4:04]
Info: Features an edited version of "Cold Life", which is not featured anywhere else.


x 12" 1982 Situation 2 SIT 17T FRA

Cold Life [6:11]
I'm Falling [4:04]
Cold Life Dub [6:53]

Info: European re-issue, released in the spring of 1982. The cover features four naked men, ass-to-camera, laying down on the ground.


x 12" 1985 WaxTrax! WAX 003 US

Cold Life [3:27]
I'm Falling [4:04]
Primental [5:13]
Cold Life Dub [6:53]

Info: WaxTrax! re-issue. It also lists different members of Ministry than other versions of the previous releases did.

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WITH SYMPATHY

x LP 1983 Arista AL 6608 US

x LP 1983 Arista AL 6-8016 US

x LP 1983 Arista AL 6608 CA

x LP 1983 Arista ARI 90063 HO

x LP 1983 Arista 25RS-192 JA

x LP 1983 Arista I-205 306 SP

x CS 1983 Arista AC6-8016 US

x CS 1983 Arista AL46-8016 CA

x CS 1983 Arista ATC 6608 (Listed as a “Special Edition”, Dolby Mastered)

x CS 1983 Arista 405 306 GE

x CS 1983 Arista 405 491 *

x CS 1983 Arista 25FT-78 JA

x CD 1990 Arista ARCD-8016 US

Effigy (I'm Not An) [3:51]
Revenge [3:48]
I Wanted to Tell Her [5:29]
Work For Love [4:44]
Here We Go [3:21]
What He Say [4:04]
Say You're Sorry [4:18]
Should Have Known Better [4:31]
She's Got a Cause [3:33]

Personnel: Alain Jourgensen (vox/keyboard), Stephen George (drums). Recorded and mixed at Southern Studios (London). Produced by Ian Taylor & Vince Ely.

Info: Released in September 1983. All songs creditted to Alain Jourgensen except "I Wanted to Tell Her", written by Alain Jourgensen and Shay Jones. All songs published by Ministry Affairs Publishing (BMI). First LP release is an Arista promo with a gold stamp on the back. Japanese release contains a lyric sheet with words in English & Japanese.


*The promo german cassette comes in a clear case with no liner notes and blue cassette labels. It contains only the following tracks: I Wanted To Tell Her, What He Say, Work For Love, She’s Got A Cause, Effigy.


x CD 2012 Eastworld Recordings EW0130CD

Effigy (I'm Not An) [3:51]
Revenge [3:48]
I Wanted to Tell Her [5:29]
Work For Love [4:44]
Here We Go [3:21]
What He Say [4:04]
Say You're Sorry [4:18]
Should Have Known Better [4:31]
She's Got a Cause [3:33]
A Walk In The Park [5:09]
I Wanted To Tell Her (Extended) [7:12]
Revenge (Remix) [6:18]


x LP 1983 Arista/Polygram 205 306 UK

x LP 1983 Arista 205 306 EU

x LP 1983 Arista 205 306 GE

x CS 1983 Arista/Polygram? 405 306 UK

x CS 1983 Arista 205 306 GE

x CS 1983 Arista C 38033 NZ

x CD 1992 Arista/BMG 255 306 GE

Work For Love [4:53]
Do the Etawa [4:04]
I Wanted to Tell Her [5:27]
Say You're Sorry [4:22]
Here We Go [3:20]
Effigy (I'm Not An) [3:51]
Revenge [3:49]
She's Got a Cause [3:36]
Should Have Known Better [4:30]

Info: This is the European release version of WITH SYMPATHY. Entitled WORK FOR LOVE, possibly to expand on the overseas popularity of the single, this is the same record except with a different, out-of-order tracklisting. "What He Say" is for some reason called "Do the Etawa".

Additional info: Some overseas copies of the album were pressed with the title WITH SYMPATHY on the cover, but contain the tracks for the WORK FOR LOVE release. The German release is one of them. The second German release has the Work For Love cover/tracklisting, but replaces the LP version of “I Wanted To Tell Her” with the 7” remix version.

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WORK FOR LOVE

x 7" 1983 Arista ARIST 510 US

Work For Love [4:53]


x 7" 1983 Arista ARIST 105393 UK

Work For Love [4:53]
She's Got a Cause [3:36]


x 7" 1983 Arista ARIST 7RS-74 JA

Work For Love [4:53]
Effigy (I'm Not An) [3:51]

Info: Artwork is the same as the WITH SYMPATHY cover, except with a photograph of Al and Stephen George on the front. Comes with a picture sleeve insert that contains printed lyrics in both Japanese and English.


x 12" 1983 Arista ARIST 12510 UK

Work For Love [6:25]
For Love [6:15]

Info: Comes in a picture sleeve with Al's face on the bottom of the cover, which is gray and red, and has a large M inscripted on it.

Additional info: The A-side version is unique to this release... there is dialogue towards the end between Al and a woman, and Al says, "Why won't you even talk to me?" The woman replies, "You don't have what it takes." And Al says, "But I'm willing to work". This dialogue also plays in the "Dub" version of the song. The B-side is a pseudo-instrumental dub version.


x 12" 1983 Arista ARIST CP-726 US

Work For Love (Extended) [6:34]
Work For Love (Short) [3:58]
Work For Love (Dub) [6:25]

Info: Released sometime between April to June, 1983.

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I WANTED TO TELL HER

x 7" 1983 Arista ARIST 533 US

x 7" 1983 Arista AS1-9068 AUS?

I Wanted To Tell Her [3:44]
I Wanted To Tell Her (mono) [3:44]

Info: Contains two versions of the song: one in stereo-sound, one in mono. Both are edited. AS1 9068 release comes housed in a blue Arista sleeve. Unknown where it was made, but was purchased in Australia, so this is most likely the source of distribution.


x 7" 1983 Arista ARIST 533 UK

I Wanted To Tell Her [7:06]
I Wanted To Tell Her (Stuck Stuck Stuck) [4:54]

Info: One of the more unique Ministry finds because this UK release contains a cassette case attached (possibly glued) to the cover in the upper left-hand corner. There is no cover to the cassette case. The cassette is tan with red labels. They read "Al Jourgensen in conversation with Richard Skinner. Inc. excerpts from the forthcoming album 'Work For Love'". The interview is about 15 or so minutes and has new songs ("Here We Go", "Say You're Sorry", "Effigy [I'm Not An]") and conversation between the two. The cover is exactly the same as the 12" cover, both front and back. A-side is an extended mix. The B-side is the "Tongue-Tied Mix".

Additional info: There is a lot of interesting tidbits on the cassette... Al mentions some bands he's producing, one being the Blackouts, so this is around the time he and Bill Rieflin and Paul Barker got together. He also mentions that the Blackouts had been on Situation 2, which corresponds to the COLD LIFE single listed at the top. He talks about the WaxTrax! record store and the COLD LIFE single. He talks about the upcoming tour for the album, etc.


x 7" 1983 Arista ARIST 106-077 GE

I Wanted To Tell Her [4:02]
I Wanted To Tell Her (Stuck Stuck Stuck) [4:54]

x 7" 1983 Arista/Festival K 9125 AUS

I Wanted To Tell Her [5:25]
Revenge [3:45]

x 12" 1983 Arista AD 1 9062 US

x 12" 1983 Arista ARIST 9062? US

I Wanted To Tell Her [7:06]
I Wanted To Tell Her (Dub Version) [4:54]
Revenge [3:49]
Effigy (I'm Not An) [3:51]

Info: AD 1 9062 is supposedly a promo-single. More info needed. First version is an extended mix and "Dub Version" is actually the "Tongue-Tied Mix".


x 12" 1983 Arista ARIST 9102 US

x 12" 1983 Ariola ARIST 601-062 GE

I Wanted to Tell Her [7:06]
I Wanted to Tell Her (Tongue-Tied Mix) [4:49]

Personnel: Al Jourgensen (guitars/vocals/keyboards), Shay Jones (feature vocals), Stephen George (drums), Robert Roberts (keyboards), John Davis (keyboards), Walter Turbitt (guitars), Martin Sorenson (bass guitar). Produced by Ian Taylor.

Info: Notes culled from the German pressings: "Distributed by Ariola Group. Printed in West Germany by Mohndruck Graphische Betriebe."


x 12" 1983 Arista ARIST 12533 US

I Wanted to Tell Her [7:06]
I Wanted to Tell Her [7:06]
I Wanted to Tell Her (Tongue-Tied Mix) [4:49]
A Walk in the Park [5:04]


x 12" 1983 Arista ARIST 12553 UK

I Wanted To Tell Her [7:06]
I Wanted To Tell Her (Tongue-Tied Mix) [4:54]
A Walk in the Park [5:04]

Info: Sticker is attached on the front: "Promotion Copy CBS Not For Sale".

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REVENGE

x 7" 1983 Arista ARIST 549 US

Revenge [3:49]
Effigy (I'm Not An) [3:51]


x 7" 1983 Arista AS1 9021 US

Revenge [3:49]
Revenge (mono) [3:49]

Info: Contains two versions of the song: one in stereo-sound, one in mono. Most likely a promo version, as it differs from the one below (which contains an additional track).


x 7" 1983 Arista AS1 9021 US

Revenge [3:49]
She's Got a Cause [3:36]


x 12" 1983 Arista AD1-9062 US

Revenge [3:49]
Effigy (I'm Not An) [3:51]
I Wanted To Tell Her (Extended Version) [7:06]
I Wanted To Tell Her (Dub Version) [4:54]

Info: This is a promo EP (supposedly an EP) in an Arista sleeve. A picture sleeve may exist. "Dub Version" is actually the "Tongue-Tied Mix".


x 12" 1983 Arista ARIST 12549 US/UK

Revenge [3:49]
Effigy (I'm Not An) [3:51]
Work For Love [4:53]

Info: The UK 12" lists the song as "Revenge (You Did It Again)". The single is also entitled this.

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ALL DAY

x 12"/CS 1985 WaxTrax! WAX 007 US

All Day [5:51]
(Everyday Is) Halloween [6:35]

Info: There are four versions of the record, all with different-colored covers: blue, red, sepia (yellowish), & green, all with the same catalogue number - the most common one being the one with the sepia tint. More may possibly exist, need more info. Some copies contained an insert inside, possibly an ad for other WaxTrax! artists/releases. 45rpm.

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THE NATURE OF LOVE

x 12" 1985 WaxTrax! WAX 009 US

x 12" 1985 WaxTrax! WAXUK 009 UK

The Nature Of Love [6:52]
Nature Of Love (Cruelty Mix) [5:57]

Info: Patty Jourgensen, Al's wife at the time, is pictured on the cover. Some test pressings also exist that come housed in a regular white sleeve.

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(EVERYDAY IS) HALLOWEEN

x 12" 1985 WaxTrax! WAX 020 US

Halloween Remix [10:18]
Nature Of Outtakes [8:01]

Info: There are two different sleeves made for this release: one is a die-cut sleeve to show the label (middle piece) of the record, while the other is a solid, full sleeve that does not show the record at all. 45rpm.

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TWELVE INCH SINGLES 1981-1984

x CD 1985 WaxTrax! WAXCD 035 US

x CS 1985? WaxTrax! WAXCS 035 US

x CD 1988 TVT/WaxTrax! TVT 7035? US

x CS 1988 TVT/WaxTrax! TVT 7035 US

CD 1993 TVT/WaxTrax! TVT 7035-2 US

CS 1993 TVT/WaxTrax! TVT 7035-4 US

(Everyday Is) Halloween [6:26]
The Nature of Love [6:57]
All Day [5:53]
Cold Life [5:12]
Halloween Remix [10:31]
Nature of Love (Cruelty B Mix) [6:52]
All Day (Remix B) [6:38]
Cold Life Dub [6:21]

Personnel: All songs produced by Alain Jourgensen except "Cold Life", produced by Jay O'Roarke and Alain Jourgensen. All songs written by Alain Jourgensen. "(Everyday Is) Halloween" and "All Day" engineered by Thom Moore. Additional vocals on "The Nature of Love" by Patty Jourgensen and Richard 23. Track remixed by John Mathias and Sturm. Additional percussion on "All Day" by Stevo. "Cold Life" - bass, Lamont Welton; horns, Preston; extra vocals, Steve Brighton; drums, Stevo. "Halloween Remix" and "All Day (Remix B)" engineered by Alain Jourgensen. Recorded at Syncrosound, Boston. "Halloween Remix" mixed in Chicago, 1985; "All Day (Remix B)" remixed at Southern Studios, London, 1985. "Nature of Love (Cruelty B Mix)" engineered by Jon Mathias and Sturm. "Cold Life Dub" engineered by Ian Burgess, co-engineered by Nancy Taylor.

Additional info: Re-released on March 4, 1993. "The Nature of Love" was supposedly written to raise money for an anti-animal cruelty charity.

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OVER THE SHOULDER

x 12" 1985 Sire/Warner Brothers 20401-0 CAN/US

Over The Shoulder [6:46]
Twitch (Version II) [2:00]
Isle of Man (Version II) [4:30]

Info: A price of $4.98 is printed on the spine of the sleeve; unknown if this is also on other pressings.

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TWITCH

x LP 1986 Sire 25309-1 CAN/US/GE

CS 1986 Sire 25309-4 US

Just Like You [5:03]
We Believe [5:56]
All Day Remix [6:03]
The Angel [6:06]
Over the Shoulder [5:13]
My Possession [5:05]
Where You At Now?/Crash & Burn/Twitch (Version II) [12:15]


CD 1986 Sire 25309-2 US/CAN/GE

CD 1992 Sire WPCP-4753 JA

Just Like You [5:03]
We Believe [5:56]
All Day Remix [6:03]
The Angel [6:06]
Over the Shoulder [5:13]
My Possession [5:05]
Where You At Now?/Crash & Burn/Twitch (Version II) [12:15]
Over the Shoulder (12" Version) [6:46]
Isle Of Man (Version II) [4:30]


Personnel: Alain Jourgensen.

Info: All words and music by Alain Jourgensen. "Just Like You" produced by Adrian Sherwood, engineered by Gareth Jones. "We Believe", "The Angel", "Over the Shoulder", "My Possession", and "Twitch (Version II)" produced and engineered by Adrian Sherwood. "All Day Remix" and "Where You At Now?" produced by Adrian Sherwood and Alain Jourgensen. "Crash and Burn" produced and engineered by Alain Jourgensen. Percussion programming on "The Angel" by Keith LeBlanc. Additional vocals on "The Angel" and "All Day Remix" by Patty J. Bass on "All Day" by Brad Hallen. Additional percussion on "All Day" by Stephen George. Additional vocals on "Where You At Now?" by Luc van Acker.

Additional info: Re-released on CD on March 13, 1990. First versions of the vinyl release had a gold stamped promo notice on the front. "All Day Remix" is actually not the remix at all, but rather the original LP version of "All Day". Tracklisting on the back of the LP lists "Twitch (Version II)" as simply "Twitch", though it is listed correctly on the record itself. The German CD release does not list "Crash and Burn/Twitch (Version II)" on the packaging or anywhere at all. CD releases list "Twitch (Version II)" as being on the CD only, when it is also included on the original vinyl release. The track "Where You At Now?" ends at the 05:30 point, and "Crash and Burn" ends at the 10:14 point. The original Sire release of the CD was housed in a color artwork longbox.


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THE LAND OF RAPE AND HONEY

x LP 1988 Sire/Warner Brothers 24779-1 CAN

x LP 1988 Sire/WEA International 25799-1 GE

x LP 1988 Sire/Warner Brothers 25779-2 US

CS 1988 Sire/Warner Brothers 25799-4 US

Stigmata [5:45]
The Missing [2:54]
Deity [3:23]
Golden Dawn [5:42]
Destruction [3:30]
The Land Of Rape and Honey [5:12]
You Know What You Are [4:45]
Flashback [4:48]
Abortive [4:23]


x CD 1988 Sire/Warner Brothers 25779-1 CAN/US

CD 1988 Sire/WEA International 25799-2 GE/AUS

x CD 1990 Sire/Warner Brothers D102679 US

CD 1992 Sire/WEA International WPCP-4752 JA

Stigmata [5:46]
The Missing [2:23]
Deity [3:24]
Golden Dawn [5:43]
Destruction [3:30]
Hizbollah [3:59]
The Land Of Rape and Honey [5:12]
You Know What You Are [4:45]
I Prefer [2:16]
Flashback [4:49]
Abortive [4:23]


Personnel: Al Jourgensen (vox/guitar), Paul Barker (bass), Bill Rieflin (drums), Chris Connelly (keyboards). Produced by Hypo Luxa & Hermes Pan and engineered by K. Auerbach, S. Spapperi, J. Herzfeld.

Additional info: Released in late January, 1988. Re-released on August 4, 1993, now out of print. Tracks "Hizbollah" and "I Prefer" issued on the CD release only. Original Sire CD release comes housed in a color artwork longbox.

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STIGMATA

x 12" 1988 Sire PRO-A-3322 US

x 12" 1988 Sire/Warner Brothers 0-21113 US

x CD 1988 Sire/Warner Brothers ??? US

Stigmata (Remix) [6:57]
Tonight We Murder [6:02]

Info: Produced and remixed by Hypo Luxa and Hermes Pan. Additional musicians: William Rieflin, Frankie Nardiello. Released on February 14, 1988.

Additional info: Vocals on "Tonight We Murder" and cover painting by Frankie Nardiello (aka Groovie Mann). Promo release comes housed in a plain black record jacket with the songs and tracktimes on the front. Back cover is totally white. 33rpm.

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THE MIND IS A TERRIBLE THING TO TASTE

x LP 1989 Sire/Warner Brothers 24004-1 CAN/US

x LP 1989 Sire/WEA International 26004-1 GE

x LP 1989 BMG/Sire ??? BRA

Thieves [4:59]
Burning Inside [5:17]
Never Believe [4:58]
Cannibal Song [6:09]
Breathe [5:39]
So What [8:13]
Test [6:04]
Faith Collapsing [4:00]


CD 1989 Sire/Warner Brothers 24004-1 CAN

CD 1989 Sire/Warner Brothers 26004-2 US

CD 1989 Sire/WEA International 26004-2 GE

CD 1989 Sire/WEA International WPCR-1170 JA

CS 1989 Sire/Warner Brothers 26004-4 US

CS 1989 Sire/WEA International 26004-4 GE

Thieves [4:59]
Burning Inside [5:17]
Never Believe [4:58]
Cannibal Song [6:09]
Breathe [5:39]
So What [8:13]
Test [6:04]
Faith Collapsing [4:00]
Dream Song [4:48]

Personnel: Alain Jourgensen (vocals/guitars/programming), Paul Barker (bass/programming). Additional musicians: William Rieflin (drums/programming), Mars Williams (saxophone, 4), Chris Connelly (lead vocals on 3,4), The Grand Wizard (lead vocals, 7), Joe Kelly (background vocals, 1), Chris Connelly & Kyle McKeough (background vocals, 6), Jeff Ward, David Ogilvie & Chris Connelly (background vocals, 5), The Slogan God aka Tommie Boyskee (background vocals, 7), William Rieflin, David Ogilvie & Bobby di Bartollo (background vocals, 8), Angela Lukacen (background vocals, 9).

Info: Released on November 14, 1989. "Dream Song" was included on the cassette and CD versions, but not on the original LP. The original US release of the CD was housed in a color artwork longbox.

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BURNING INSIDE

x 12" 1989 Sire/Warner Brothers 21384-0 US

Burning Inside (12" Remix) [6:45]
Thieves (12" Remix) [5:33]
Smothered Hope [5:00]

Info: Released on November 16, 1989. "Smothered Hope" performed live in Chicago, 1988 w/Ogre of Skinny Puppy on vocals. Written by N. Ogre.

Additional info: There are two versions of this release: the standard and the promo. The promo release has PROMO stamped in gold on it. Other than that, both releases are identical, all the way down to the catalogue numbers.

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SO WHAT

x 7" FLEXI 1990 Evatone 106511-1AS US

So What (Short Version) [4:30]

Info: Edited. Flexidisc that came with an issue of Reflex magazine, Vol. 1, Issue #12.

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IN CASE YOU DIDN'T FEEL LIKE SHOWING UP...LIVE

x CS 1990 Sire?/WEA International ??? UK

x LP 1990 Sire/WEA International 26266-1 GE

CD 1990 Sire/Warner Brothers 26266-2 CAN/US

CD 1990 Sire/WEA International 26266-2 GE

CS 1990 Sire/Warner Brothers 26266-4 US

CD 1990 Sire/WEA International WPCP-4751 JA

The Missing [3:35]
Deity [3:38]
So What [11:29]
Burning Inside [6:23]
Thieves [5:08]
Stigmata [9:30]

Info: Released on September 4, 1990. Audio releases (all) do not contain the openers and closers "Breathe" and "The Land Of Rape and Honey", which the video releases do contain. The LP version was possibly a limited release.

Additional info: The album was one of the first to be issued with a "Parental Advisory/Explicit Lyrics" sticker on the front. Original releases of the CD had the "Warning From Ministry" anti-censorship spiel (now inside printed on the CD sleeve) on a small boxed sticker on the front cover of the longbox. It was six times the size of the Parental Advisory notice. It was one of the last instances where Warner let an artist challenge government power so provocatively on analbum cover. U.K. promo cassette release is chrome and comes in a paper sleeve with song titles. The original Sire release of the CD was housed in a color artwork longbox.


VHS NTSC VIDEO 1990 Warner Reprise Video 38176-3 US

VHS PAL VIDEO 1990 Warner Reprise Video 38176-3 GER

x VHS PAL 1990? Lumivision 9104 FRA

x LASERDISC 1990 Warner Reprise Video ??? US?

Breathe
The Missing [3:35]
Deity [3:38]
So What [11:29]
Burning Inside [6:23]
Thieves [5:08]
Stigmata [9:30]
The Land Of Rape and Honey

Info: There was also a black-and-gold colored box set (cat. #9-36246-0832-5) released in 1995 in Australia, through Warner Music Australia, that contains both the German CD and the German PAL home video in a flimsy cardboard casing, together housed in a cheaply-made gatefold package. "Compact Disc & Video" and "Collector's Edition" are tagged on the front. Since they share two different tracklistings, as well as same catalogue numbers as some of the others above, it has not been added.

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JESUS BUILT MY HOTROD

x 7" 1991 Sire/Warner Brothers ??? US

Jesus Built My Hotrod (Short, Pussillanimous*, So-They-Can-Fit-More-Commercials-On-The-Radio Edit) [3:45]
TV Song [3:12]


x 12" 1991 Sire/Warner Brothers 40211-0 US

CD 1991 Sire/Warner Brothers 40211-2 US

CD 1991 WEA International 9362-40211-2 GE

CS 1991 Sire/Warner Brothers 40211-4 US

Jesus Built My Hotrod (Redline/Whiteline Version) [8:15]
Jesus Built My Hotrod (Short, Pussillanimous*, So-They-Can-Fit-More-Commercials-On-The-Radio Edit) [3:45]
TV Song [3:12]

Personnel: Produced by Hypo Luxa & Hermes Pan for Luxa/Pan Productions. Engineered by Critter Newell. Edited by Ice Ice Beno. Guest vox: Gibby Haynes.

Info: Released on November 6, 1991. To promote the release, Warner Brothers sent out plastic bottles of motor oil to retailers with Ministry stickers on them. First 12" release has a gold promo stamp on the cover in the lower-right corner.

* (comtemptibly timid)

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ΚΕΦΑΛΗΞΘ

x 2x10" 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers WX481X US

x 2x10" 1992 Sire/WEA International/Crazed 9362-45065-1 WX481X UK

CS 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers 4-26727-2 US

x LP 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers 9-26727-1 US

x LP 1992 Sire/WEA International 9-26727-1 GE

CD 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers 9-26727-2 US

CD 1992 WEA International 9-26727-2 UK/GE

CS 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers 9-26727-4 US

CS 1992 WEA International WX 881C UK

CS 1992 WEA International 9-26727-4 UK/GE

CD 1992 Phantom 78472 AUS?

CD 1992 WEA International WPCP-4566 JA

N.W.O. [5:29]
Just One Fix [5:11]
TV II [3:04]
Hero [4:12]
Jesus Built My Hotrod [4:51]
Scarecrow [8:21]
Psalm 69 [5:29]
Corrosion [4:55]
Grace [3:06]

Personnel: Alain Jourgensen (vocals/guitars/programming), Paul Barker (bass/programming). Additional musicians: W. Rieflin (drums), M. Scaccia (guitars), M. Balch (keyboards/programming), H. Beno (programming), L. Svitek (guitars), Gibby Haynes (vocals/lyrics, 5).

Info: All songs written by Ministry, except for "TV II", written by Ministry/Chris Connelly, and "Jesus Built My Hotrod", written by Ministry and Gibby Haynes. Produced by Hypo Luxa & Hermes Pan. Released on July 14, 1992.

Additional info: The title is written in Greek (for "head"), but is also known as PSALM 69: THE WAY TO SUCCEED AND THE WAY TO SUCK EGGS. The U.S. 10" version has a Lollapalooza sticker inside and was released in at least 5,000 copies. The U.K. 10" includes the same, but may be limited to only 1,000 copies. More info needed. Early U.S. CD releases were housed in a color artwork longbox.

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N.W.O.

x 12" 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers PRO-A-5589 US

N.W.O. (Extended Dance Mix) [8:34]
N.W.O. (Album Edit) [4:40]
N.W.O. (Album Version) [5:30]

Info: Comes house in a generic black sleeve with a stick affixed listing the song titles.


x CD 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers PRO-CD-5589 US

N.W.O. (Album Edit) [4:40]
N.W.O. (Album Version) [5:30]
N.W.O. (Extended Dance Mix) [8:34]

Info: CD is housed in a jewel-case with no cover insert.


x 10" 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers W0125 (TE) US

x 10" 1992 WEA International W0125 (YE) 9362-40513-0 GE

x 12" 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers ??? US

x CD 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers W0125CD US

x CD 1992 WEA International W0125CD GE

x CD 1992 Sire/WEA International WO125CD-9362-40514-2 UK

N.W.O. (Album Edit) [4:40]
Fucked [5:06]
N.W.O. (Extended Dance Mix) [8:11]

Info: U.S. and German 10" versions come in a limited edition quantity of 10,000 pressings.

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MIX IT YOURSELF

x 2x12" 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers MIY 1 GE

N.W.O. (Album Edit) [4:40]
Fucked [5:06]
N.W.O. (Extended Dance Mix) [8:11]
N.W.O. (Bonus Beats) [9:05]

Info: Promo-only release that comes in a pure white sleeve with a sticker in the corner that only says "Mix It Yourself MIY1". Contains the N.W.O. single in its entirety, plus an unreleased remix never heard anywhere else. May be released in the U.S. or Germany.

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JUST ONE FIX

x CD 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers PRO-CD-5766 US

Just One Fix (Album Version) [5:11]


x 12" 1992 Sire/WEA International 40673-0 GE

Just One Fix (W.S.B.) [8:13]
Just One Fix (V.E.) [4:25]
Quick Fix [4:11]


x 10" 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers 40677-0? US

x 12" 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers 40677-1? US

x CD 1992 Sire/Warner Brothers 40677-2 US

Just One Fix (W.S.B.) [8:15]
Quick Fix [4:11]
Just One Fix (V.E.) [4:25]


Info: Released on January 21, 1993. Cover art by William S. Burroughs.

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BOX

3CD 1993 WEA International 41269-2 GE

Over the Shoulder (12" Version) [6:48]
Isle of Man (Version II) [4:35]
Twitch (Version II) [2:00]
Stigmata (Remix) [6:59]
Tonight We Murder [6:04]

Burning Inside (12" Remix) [6:49]
Thieves (12" Remix) [5:35]
Smothered Hope [5:00]
Jesus Built My Hotrod (Redline/Whiteline Version) [8:13]

N.W.O. (Extended Dance Mix) [8:11]
Fucked [5:06]
Just One Fix (12" Version) [4:25]
Quick Fix [4:12]

Info: B-sides and remixes taken from previous Ministry singles over a 3-disc set ("TV Song" omitted). "Just One Fix (12" Version)" is the video edit. Released on December 7, 1993. Also known as SINGLES BOX or BLACK BOX (not to be confused with the WaxTrax! compilation of the same name).

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JUST ANOTHER FIX

x 2CD 1995 Sire/WEA International 45860-2 AUS

x 2CD 1995 RCA/BMG 74321 907652 AUS

x 2CD 1995 Alex ??? AUS

x 2CD 1997? MSI?/WEA International ??? AUS?

Scarecrow [8:20]
Just One Fix [4:36]
Hero [3:12]
Psalm 69 [5:02]
TV Song [2:22]
N.W.O. [6:59]

Personnel: Lee Popa (live mix), Al Jourgensen (vocals/guitar), Paul Barker (bass), Louis Svitek (guitar), Roland Barker (keyboards), William Rieflin (drums), Mike Scaccia (guitar).

Additional info: EP released for the Big Day Out festival [and following] Australian tour dates, possibly late '94/early '95. Released as a double-disc set containing the PSALM 69 album in its entirety. Limited edition. All songs written by Ministry except for "TV Song", written by Ministry and Chris Connelly. Recorded live in the U.S., 1992. "N.W.O." performed in Charlotte, NC, 08/25/92. "Just One Fix", "Scarecrow", and "TV Song" performed in Denver, CO, 12/17/92. "Psalm 69" performed in Vancouver, B.C., 12/20/92. "Hero" performed in Seattle, WA, 12/21/92. Supposedly released on January 29, 1995 and supposedly re-released on January 29, 1997. "All songs live, 2-track from mixing board at front of house - no overdubs."

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THE FALL

x 12" 1995 Warner Brothers 43630 US

CD 1995 Warner Brothers 43630-2 US

CD 1995 WEA International W0328CD 9362-43684-2 GE

The Fall [5:35]
Reload (Long Edit) [3:38]
TV III [4:22]


CD 1995 Warner Brothers 43630-4? CAN

CS 1995 Warner Brothers 43630-4? US?

CS 1995 WEA International WO328C 5439-17692-4 UK

The Fall [5:35]
Reload (Long Edit) [3:38]

Info: Also known as THE FALL/RELOAD. Released on December 5, 1995.

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FILTH PIG

x CD 1996 Warner Brothers 45838-A US

x LP 1996 Warner Brothers 45838-1 US

CD 1996 WEA International 45838-2 UK

CD 1996 Warner Brothers 45838-2 US

CD 1996 WEA International 45838-2 GE/AUS

CD 1996 WEA International WPCR-199 JA

CS 1996 Warner Brothers 45838-4 US

Reload [2:24]
Filth Pig [6:19]
Lava [6:30]
Crumbs [4:14]
Useless [5:55]
Dead Guy [5:15]
Game Show [7:45]
The Fall [4:54]
Lay Lady Lay [5:44]
Brick Windows [5:23]

Personnel: A. Jourgensen, P. Barker. Additional personnel: R. Washam, L. Svitek, W. Rieflin, M. Scaccia, E. Nevarez, S. Katsoudas. Engineered by Z. Hukic, B. Garcelon, J. Duffy, M. Gibson, E. Tinley, W. O'Keeffe. All songs by Ministry (Spurburn/Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp., BMI), except "Lay Lady Lay" by Bob Dylan (Big Sky Music, ASCAP). Produced by Hypo Luxa and Hermes Pan for Luxa/Pan Productions.

Additional info: Released on January 30, 1996. First CD release is a promo.

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LAY LADY LAY

x CD 1996 WEA International W0338CD-DJ UK

Lay Lady Lay (Album Version) [5:44]

Info: One-track promo released in a jewel-case. Disc is silver with black perimeter.


x CD 1996 WEA International W0338CD-DJ2 UK

Lay Lady Lay (Edit) [3:40]

Info: One-track promo released in a jewel-case. Disc is all black.


x CD 1996 Warner Brothers PRO-CD-7467 US

Lay Lady Lay (Edit) [5:08]
Lay Lady Lay [5:44]

Info: Comes in a jewel-case with a back inlay card containing tracks/times on it. The picture of the woman on the bed is also featured on the card, like the actual single release cover.


CD 1996 WEA International 2-43684-2 UK

CD 1996 Warner Brothers 2-43684-2 US

CD 1996 WEA International W0338CD GE

Lay Lady Lay (Edit) [5:10]
Lay Lady Lay [5:44]
Paisley [4:50]
Scarecrow (Live) [8:18]

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BRICK WINDOWS

x CD 1996 Warner Bros PRO-CD-8024-R US

x CD 1996 WEA International PRCD309 GE

Brick Windows (Edit) [4:04]
Brick Windows (Album Version) [5:22]

Info: U.S. release comes housed in a regular jewel-case with no cover artwork. Two-track German promo is distributed in a black paper sleeve with the FILTH PIG album font on the front: "MINISTRY BRICK WINDOWS".

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BAD BLOOD

x CD 1999 WEA International ??? SWE

x CD 1999 WEA International PRO-CD-9764 GE

x CD 1999 WEA International PR 01409 GE

Bad Blood (Edit) [4:03]
Bad Blood [4:58]


x CS 1999 Warner Brothers PRO-C-9809 US

Bad Blood [4:59]
Jesus Built My Hotrod [4:52]


CD 1999 WEA International 2-44696-2 GE

x CD 1999 Warner Brothers EVIL-699 CAN?

Bad Blood [4:58]
Happy Dust [6:18]
Bad Blood (Edit) [4:03]

Info: The Sweden release has an unknown tracklisting as of yet. It was released in the last few weeks of May 1999, making it released *before* the DARK SIDE album came out. However, in Germany and other parts of the U.K., it was officially released on June 14, 1999. Second CD version was a limited-edition promo distributed by Music World retail outlets to customers who bought a CD from their store. Comes sealed in a thin jewel-case and wrapping.

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DARK SIDE OF THE SPOON

x CD 1999 Warner Brothers PRO-CD-9791-R US

Supermanic Soul [3:13]
Bad Blood [4:58]
Step [4:06]

Info: "Selections From Dark Side Of the Spoon". Promo advance comes in a clear jewel-case with track titles and times on the back on a white background with black text. No cover.


x CD 1999 Warner Brothers 2-47311-AB US

x CD 1999 WEA International 2-47311-2 WE 833 UK

CD 1999 WEA International 2-47311-2 GE

CD 1999 Warner Brothers 4-47311-2 US

CD 1999 Warner Brothers 9-47311-2 US

CS 1999 Warner Brothers 9-47311-4 US

Supermanic Soul [3:13]
Whip Or Chain [4:23]
Bad Blood [4:58]
Eureka Pile [6:22]
Step [4:06]
Nursing Home [7:02]
Kaif [5:25]
Vex & Siolence [5:24]
10/10 [3:53]
Linda Summertime [1:55]

Personnel: A. Jourgensen (vox, guitar, slide guitar, electronics, banjo, sax), P. Barker (bass, electronics, vox), R. Washam (drums, electronics), L. Svitek (guitar, electronics). Additional personnel: Z. Hukic (guitar, electronics), Tycoon (vox - 2,3), Y. Gage (vox - 4). Engineers: J. Bacher, J. Dehaven, B. Kenny, E. Nevarez, B. Kopplin. Produced by Hypo Luxa & Hermes Pan for Luxa/Pan Productions.


Additional info: CD advance promo comes in a black PVC-like vinyl wallet with an envelope-type opening seal on the back for the disc. The vinyl may have been pressed in very limited copies.


CD 1999 WEA International WPCR-10321 JA

Supermanic Soul [3:13]
Whip Or Chain [4:23]
Bad Blood [4:58]
Eureka Pile [6:22]
Step [4:06]
Nursing Home [7:02]
Kaif [5:25]
Vex & Siolence [5:24]
10/10 [3:53]
Happy Dust [6:18]
Linda Summertime [1:55]

Additional info: "Linda Summertime" may or may not be the actual title. It is a hidden track on the album, track #69. Tracks #10-68 are over five minutes of blank silence. Released in the U.K. on June 7, 1999, released in the U.S. on June 8, 1999. U.K. promo advance copies came housed in a jewel-case with plain white cover inserts, stating the tracks/times, the title, and the release date. There was a track entitled "Hang" to be on the record, though whether or not it was unreleased or jusa working title (possibly for "Vex & Siolence") is unknown. Japanese release includes the B-side "Happy Dust" from the BAD BLOOD German single.

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THE TAPES OF WRATH

VHS NTSC 2000 Warner Reprise Video 2-38523-3 US

VHS PAL 2000 Warner Reprise Video 2-38523-2? US

DVD NTSC-1 2000 Warner Reprise Video 9-38523-2 US

DVD PAL-2 2000 Warner Music Vision 9-38523-2 GE

Over the Shoulder [6:48]
Stigmata [7:00]
Flashback [4:52]
Burning Inside [5:12]
The Land Of Rape and Honey [5:32]
Jesus Built My Hotrod [5:02]
N.W.O. [5:27]
Just One Fix [4:21]
Lay Lady Lay [5:09]
Reload [3:03]
Bad Blood [4:04]
Crackin' Up [4:42]
Do Ya Think I'm Sexy? [5:03]

Info: Released on September 19, 2000. Features music videos spanning the highlights of Ministry's career. Last two songs are videos for the Revolting Cocks.

Additional info: "Flashback" and "Reload" were never actually publically released, though the former did make it to some promo videos and bootleg trading circles. The title of this release was actually to be the original title for the PSALM 69 album.

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3 FOR 1 BOX SET

3CD 2000 Warner Music Australia 2-47897-2 AUS

Info: Also known as LAND/SYMBOLS/MIND. Contains the albums THE LAND OF RAPE AND HONEY, THE MIND IS A TERRIBLE THING TO TASTE, and PSALM 69 all in one box set. Only sold in Australia and New Zealand. Released on October 25, 2000.

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WHAT ABOUT US?

x CD+VHS 2001 Warner Brothers PRO-CDR-100658 US

What About Us? (Edit) [4:05]
What About Us? (Album Version) [5:52]

Info: Promo CD comes in a boxset with a promo vid for the song (at 4:58). Side of the promo box has no catalogue number, but does say PROMOBOX. The above catalogue number is for the disc.

x CD 2001 Warner Brothers PRO-CD-100661 US

What About Us? (Edit) [4:05]
What About Us? (Album Version) [5:52]

Info: Promo comes in a jewel-case with the GREATEST FITS cover as its own cover. Attached is a sticker on the front, and is also on the back as well, reading "What About Us, written for and performed in the Motion Picture A.I." There was to be an actual single release, but never came to fruitation, possibly due to obligations to Warner Bros. (See section D of the discography for more info.)


x CD 2001 WEA International PR02627 GE

What About Us? (Album Version) [5:52]


x VHS PAL 2001 WEA International? ??? GE?

What About Us? [4:50]

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GREATEST FITS

x CD 2001 Reprise unnumbered US

CD 2001 WEA International 28115-2 AUS

CD 2001 Warner Brothers 48115-2 US

CD 2001 Warner Music Korea 48115-2 KO

CS 2001 Warner Brothers 48115-4? US

What About Us? [5:52]
Stigmata [5:45]
The Land Of Rape and Honey [5:11]
Thieves [5:01]
So What (Live) [10:33]
N.W.O. [5:29]
Just One Fix [5:12]
Jesus Built My Hotrod [4:52]
Reload (12" Version) [3:37]
Lay Lady Lay [5:44]
Supermanic Soul [3:14]
Bad Blood [4:59]
Supernaut [7:09]

Info: Released on June 19, 2001. "What About Us?" was newly-recorded for the film A.I. (Artificial Intelligence). The version of "Supernaut" is a slightly different sounding mix created for this record, and featuring Al singing the track for the first time. Originally performed by 1000 Homo DJs. "So What" is listed as recorded live in Perth, Australia 1994, although it was most likely recorded at a stop on the January 1995 Big Day Out festival.

Additional info: Each track was re-mastered for this release. This is the first time any of the pre-1994 tracks have been re-mastered, ever. This release was also specifically released to mark the final album released on Warner Brothers.

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SPHINCTOUR

x CD 2002 Sanctuary unnumbered? US

Just 1 Fix (Aragon #2, Chicago) [4:41]
Psalm 69 (Elysee Montmarte, Paris) [5:04]
N.W.O. (The Palladium #1, Los Angeles) [6:04]

Info: Promo test-pressing that comes housed in a jewel-case with no front or back inserts.


x CD 2002 Mayan MYNPR005 UK

x CD 2002 Sanctuary unnumbered? US

CD 2002 Mayan MYNCD005 UK

CD 2002 Sanctuary 84540-1 US

CD 2002 Sanctuary 84546-2 US

CS 2002 Sanctuary ??? US

CD 2002 Victor Entertainment VICP-61899 JA

DVD-AUDIO 2002 Sanctuary/Silverline 288075-9 US

Psalm 69 (Elysee Montmarte, Paris) [5:04]
Crumbs (Congresscenter, Stuttgart) [3:54]
Reload (Convention Center, Albuquerque) [2:33]
Filth Pig (The Varsity Arena, Toronto) [6:30]
Just 1 Fix (Aragon #2, Chicago) [4:41]
N.W.O. (The Palladium #1, Los Angeles) [6:04]

Hero (Gaswerk, Hamburg) [2:38]
Thieves (Mercer Arena, Seattle) [5:14]
Scarecrow (Jesolo Beach Festival, Venice) [7:56]
Lava (Dour Festival, Brussels) [8:43]
The Fall (Brixton Academy, London) [8:02]

Info: Released in the UK on March 18, 2002. Released in the US on March 19, 2002. First release on new label, Sanctuary Records. Both do not include the songs for "Stigmata" and "So What", which are included on the DVD/VHS versions only.

Additional info: DVD-Audio version was released on July 23, 2002, and features the album in PCM 5.1 or Dolby Digital 5.1 sound. Also features the live video for "So What" (included on the DVD version), Sphinctour 1996 tour dates, biography, and artist photos. Last U.S. release was a special edition of the album, promoted by Best Buy retail stores, was an enchanced CD featuring the video "So What" with the album if you pre-ordered it from their store. Originally to be released through Ipecac Records in mid-2000 (see section D of the discography for more info).


VHS NTSC 2002 Sanctuary Visual Entertainment 88321-1? US

VHS PAL 2002 Sanctuary Visual Entertainment SVE3702 US

DVD NTSC-1 2002 Sanctuary 88321-9 US

DVD PAL-2 2002 Sanctuary Visual Entertainment SVE3002 UK

DVD NTSC-4 2002 Sanctuary Visual Entertainment/Warner Vision Australia 0-927-47497-2 AUS

Psalm 69 (Elysee Montmarte, Paris) [5:04]
Crumbs (Congresscenter, Stuttgart) [3:55]
Reload (Convention Center, Albuquerque) [2:36]
Filth Pig (The Varsity Arena, Toronto) [6:28]
So What (Warfield Theatre #1, San Francisco) [9:45]
Just 1 Fix (Aragon #2, Chicago) [4:41]
N.W.O. (The Palladium #1, Los Angeles) [6:04]

Hero (Gaswerk, Hamburg) [2:38]
Thieves (Mercer Arena, Seattle) [5:10]
Scarecrow (Jesolo Beach Festival, Venice) [7:56]
Lava (Dour Festival, Brussels) [8:48]
The Fall (Brixton Academy, London) [8:02]
Stigmata (Roseland #2, New York) [9:14]


Info: Released on April 9, 2002. Region-4 Australian DVD release lists it as being Region 4 on the back, but Region-Free on the disc itself (which it is).

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ANIMOSITISOMINA

x CD 2002 Sanctuary unnumbered US

x CD 2003 Sanctuary 84568-2 US

x CD 2003 Mayan MYNPRO10 UK

CD 2003 Mayan MYNCD010 UK

CD 2003 Sanctuary 84568-2 US

CS 2003 Sanctuary ??? US

DVD-AUDIO 2003 Sanctuary?/Silverline 288132-9 US

Animosity [4:36]
Unsung [3:11]
Piss [5:10]
Lockbox [4:46]
Broken [4:52]
The Light Pours Out of Me [4:27]
Shove [5:53]
Impossible [7:43]
Stolen [4:09]
Leper [9:01]

Info: Released in Europe on February 17, 2003; released in the US on February 18, 2003. Un-numbered promo release comes housed in a jewel-case with a plain beige color insert, with songs/tracktimes. UK promo comes housed in a cardboard sleeve with no inserts. Outburn Magazine sent out the album (with a minor UPC punchhole) to each person who signed up for a year-long subscription. DVD-Audio (region-free) release contains the album in PCM 5.1 or Dolby Digital 5.1 sound, "The Devil in the Details" behind-the-scenes video, "Ministry: Past, Present, and..." audio interview with Al and Paul, and artist photos.

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PISS

x CD 2003 Sanctuary SANDJ-85545-2 US

Piss (Edit) [4:16]
Impossible [7:43]
Leper [9:05]

Info: Limited-edition, promo-only single.

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HOUSES OF THE MOLÈ

x CD 2004 Mayan? LC6448 UK

x CD 2004 Mayan MYNPRO023 UK

CD 2004 Sanctuary 84678-2 US

CD 2004 Mayan MYNCD023 UK

CD 2004 Victor Entertainment VICP-62797 JA

No "W" [3:24]
Waiting [5:02]
Worthless [4:10]
Wrong [4:55]
Warp City [4:01]
WTV [4:25]
World [5:13]
WKYJ [5:14]
Worm [9:11]
No "W" (alt.) [5:41]
Walrus [2:46]

Info: Released on June 22, 2004. First two CD releases are promos.


CD 2004 Mayan ??? UK

CD 2004 Sanctuary ??? US

No "W" [3:24]
Waiting [5:02]
Worthless [4:10]
Wrong [4:55]
Warp City [4:01]
WTV [4:25]
World [5:13]
WKYJ [5:14]
Worm [9:11]
No "W" (alt.) [5:41]
Walrus [2:46]

Bloodlines [6:34]
Info: Re-released in the fall of 2004, due to license clearing issues of samples of Carmina Burana's "O Fortuna" in the track "No 'W'". The track was replaced with the alternate version of the song, with the track "Bloodlines" as track 23 instead.

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NO "W"

x CD 2004 Mayan MYNPX023 UK

No "W" [3:24]
Info: Released to promote the album. Unsure if there is a U.S. promo or not - need more info.


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EARLY TRAX

CD 2004 Rykodisc RCD 10686 US

(Everyday Is) Halloween [6:32]
Halloween Remix [10:23]
All Day [5:50]
All Day Remix [6:34]
Nature Of Love [7:03]
Nature Of Love (Cruelty Mix) [6:44]
Nature Of Outtakes [8:08]
He's Angry [3:54]
Move [5:06]
I'm Falling [4:24]
I'm Falling (alt.) [4:04]
Overkill [4:33]

Info: Released on October 12, 2004. For the first time, an official, remastered compilation of all early WaxTrax! era Ministry tracks on one disc, including the unreleased "He's Angry", "Move", "Overkill", and an alternative take of "I'm Falling".

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SIDE TRAX

CD 2004 Rykodisk RCD 10690 US

Man Should Surrender [3:40]
Anthem [4:45]
Don't Stand In Line [3:47]
Ballad [3:52]
I Will Refuse [4:17]
No Bunny [4:59]
Apathy [4:33]
Better Ways [5:22]
Supernaut [6:35]
Hey Asshole [8:06]
Rubber Glove Seduction [5:23]
My Favorite Things [4:28]
Show Me Your Spine [4:57]
No Name, No Slogan (Luxa/Pan Mix) [5:54]
No Name, No Slogan (Cabaret Voltaire Mix) [9:04]

Info: Released on October 12, 2004. For the first time, an official, remastered compilation of all Luxa/Pan side-projects on one disc: Pailhead, 1000 Homo DJ's, P.T.P., and Acid Horse (including the in-studio unreleased version of "Show Me Your Spine"!) The original release was incorrectly mastered in monoaural sound, but was repressed with the correct stereo sound in the following spring of 2005.

Additional info: To spot the differences between the two pressings, the only way to be sure is to inspect the back of the CD itself. The original mono pressing bears the digits A4 P2 310690-2 01 on the back, while the corrected stereo versions bear the digits A4 P2 310690-2 RE-1 01.

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RANTOLOGY

CD 2005 Mayan MYNPRO047? UK

CD 2005 Sanctuary ??? US

CD 2005 Mayan MYNCD047 UK

CD 2005 Sanctuary 86399-2 US

No "W" (Redux) [4:13]
The Great Satan [3:13]
Wrong (Update Mix) [5:20]
N.W.O. (Update Mix) [5:05]
Stigmata (Update Mix) [5:09]
Waiting [5:02]
Warp City (Alt. Mix) [4:09]
Jesus Built My Hotrod (Update Mix) [5:52]
Bad Blood (Alt. Mix) [5:25]
Animosity [4:35]
Unsung (Alternate Mix) [3:43]
Bloodlines [6:34]
Psalm 69 (Elysee Montmarte, Paris) [5:03]
Thieves (Mercer Arena, Seattle) [5:06]
The Fall (Brixton Academy, London) [8:03]

Info: This is a compilation of tracks Al personally picked for release, with updated tweaks, re-interpretations and instrumentation of Ministry tracks. Released on September 27, 2005.

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RIO GRANDE BLOOD

CD 2006 13th Planet/Megaforce 8620832 US/CA

CD 2006 13th Planet/Soulfood THP 00 UK

LP 2006 13th Planet/Megaforce THPLP 002 US

Rio Grande Blood [4:24]
Señor Peligro [3:39]
Gangreen [6:00]
Fear (Is Big Business) [4:51]
LiesLiesLies [5:16]
The Great Satan (Remix) [3:09]
Yellow Cake [4:35]
Palestina [3:18]
Ass Clown [6:42]
Khyber Pass [7:31]
Gangreen (Alt.) [1:45]

Info: Original working title for the release was Rio Grande Blood: The True Story Of Faith, Family & Flag. "LiesLiesLies" features Spyder Baby (Stevie Branch), "Gangreen" features Sgt. Major & "Ass Clown" features Jello Biafra. Released on Al's own record imprint, 13th Planet, on May 9, 2006. Vinyl release is a limited edition of 3,000 copies on white vinyl (also of note, it is the first vinyl relase since Filth Pig).

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RIO GRANDE DUB YA

CD 2007 13th Planet/Megaforce 86104629 US/CA

Rio Grande Blood (Rio Grande Dubya Mix) [4:12]
Señor Peligro (La Zona Peligrosa Mix) [4:08]
Gangreen (Kiss Me Goodnight Mix) [3:35]
Fear (Is Big Business) (Weapons Of Mass Deception Mix) [3:42]
LiesLiesLies (Cognitive Dissonance Mix) [4:19]
The Great Satan (What Would Satan Do? Mix) [3:06]
Yellow Cake (Hexafluoride Mix) [4:22]
Palestina (72nd Virgin Mix) [5:23]
Ass Clown (Osama McDonald Mix) [3:31]
Khyber Pass (TX Bush Ranch Mix) [4:27]
LiesLiesLies (Known Unknown Lies Mix) [3:55]

Info: Remix album featuring mixes by Clayton Worbeck and John Bechdel.

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THE LAST SUCKER

CD 2007 13th Planet/Megaforce unnumbered UK

CD 2007 13th Planet/Megaforce 8610812 US/CA

CD 2007 13th Planet/Megaforce ??? US/CA

Let's Go [4:52]
Watch Yourself [5:28]
Life Is Good [4:15]
The Dick Song [5:50]
The Last Sucker [5:59]
No Glory [3:41]
Death & Destruction [3:31]
Roadhouse Blues [4:26]
Die In a Crash [4:03]
End Of Days, Pt. 1 [3:22]
End Of Days, Pt. 2 [10:24]


Info: Released on September 18, 2007 - considered the final of the trilogy of albums dedicated to the reign of George W. Bush. Guest appearances include Burton Bell (Fear Factory) on tracks 9-11. The track "Roadhouse Blues" is a cover of the original by the late '60 band The Doors. First release is an unnumbered promo, missing the lenticular cover.

CD 2007 13th Planet/Megaforce 861081 US/CA

CD 2007 13th Planet/Soulfood THPLI 005 UK

Let's Go [4:52]
Watch Yourself [5:28]
Life Is Good [4:15]
The Dick Song [5:50]
The Last Sucker [5:59]
No Glory [3:41]
Death & Destruction [3:31]
Roadhouse Blues [4:26]
Die In a Crash [4:03]
End Of Days, Pt. 1 [3:22]
End Of Days, Pt. 2 [10:24]
Watch Yourself (Remix) [4:30]
The Last Sucker (Remix) [3:44]

Info: This release was exclusive to Best Buy retail outlets in the U.S., though also released in Europe. Includes two remixes, as tracks 23 and 69.

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COVER UP

x CD 2008 13th Planet/Megaforce 02028611712 US/CA

x CD 2008 13th Planet/Megaforce US (promo)

x CD 2008 13th Planet/AFM Records THP 008 EU

x CD 2008 13th Planet/AFM Records THP 008 EU (promo)

x CD 2008 13th Planet/TKO DDCZ-1531 JA

x LP 2013 Night Of The Vinyl Dead Records NIGHT 164 Italy

Under My Thumb [3:57]
Bang A Gong [4:48]
Radar Love [5:21]
Space Truckin’ [3:31]
Black Betty [3:29]
Mississippi Queen [3:14]
Just Got Paid [3:13]
Roadhouse Blues [4:27]
Supernaut [7:08]
Lay Lady Lay [5:44]
What A Wonderful World [7:01]
What A Wonderful World (Slow) [4:17] * Hidden Track
What A Wonderful World (Fast) [3:35] * Hidden Track
Stigmatized [1:04] * Hidden Track

More Info: Credited as Ministry and Co-Conspirators. This is a collection of covers by various artists. Roadhouse Blues is taken from The Last Sucker, Supernaut is taken from Greatest Fits and Lay Lady Lay is taken from Filth Pig. All commercial releases come in a digipak. The US promo comes in a jewel case with the standard front artwork and the back insert is black/white/red with the tracklisting and advance info. The EU promo has the cover art on the CD, with no liner notes. The LP is a limited edition of 500 copies on yellow vinyl.

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THE LAST DUBBER

x CD 2009 13th Planet Records 020286133728 US

x CD 2009 13th Planet Records THP 014 GE

Let’s Go (La Fin Du Monde Mix) [5:55]
Watch Yourself (The Clocks Strike Thirteen Mix) [4:28]
Life Is Good (Neuroplasticity Mix) [6:26]
The Dick Song (Straight Outta Lincoln Mix) [4:46]
The Last Sucker (Icke Mix) [3:44]
No Glory (Sandpaper Condom Mix) [4:49]
Death & Destruction (A Vote Of Non-Confidence Mix) [5:08]
Die In A Crash (Point of Impact Mix) [5:21]
End Of Days Part 1 (One Less Sparrow Mix) [5:01]
End Of Days Part 2 (Extreme Mayan Makeover Mix) [4:49]
Let’s Go (Dawn Of Oblivion Remix) [4:37]
The Last Sucker (Hardware Revamp Mix) [8:52] *

* This mix was accidentally left off the CD, but could downloaded for free from the Thirteenth Planet website.

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ADIOS...PUTA MADRES

xCD 2009 13th Planet Records 02028613252 US

xCD 2009 13th Planet Records/AFM Records TPH012 GE

Let’s Go [5:08]
Watch Yourself [5:14]
Life Is Good [4:20]
The Dick Song [5:43]
The Last Sucker [6:30]
No W [3:01]
Waiting [5:12]
Worthless [4:16]
Wrong [5:14]
Rio Grande Blood [4:34]
Señor Peligro [3:50]
Lieslieslies [5:21]
Khyber Pass [8:46]

2xDVD 2009 13th Planet Records 02028613253 US

2xDVD 2009 13th Planet Records/AFM Records TPHDVD012 GE

Disc One:

Let’s Go
The Last Sucker
Waiting
Worthless
Lieslieslies
Watch Yourself
Life is Good
No W
Rio Grande Blood
Señor Peligro
So What
New World Order (N.W.O.)
Just One Fix
Thieves
What A Wonderful World

Disc Two:

Tour Documentary

*All tracks performed/recorded live on the “Last Sucker” world tour.

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MIXXXES OF THE MOLE

xCD 2010 13th Planet Records 020286154372 US

xCD 2010 13th Planet Records 020286154372 US (Card Sleeve)

xCD 2010 13th Planet Records THP017 EU

No W (Adrenalenema Mix) [3:15]
Waiting (Geiger Counter Mix) [5:03]
Worthless (Get To Da Choppa Mix) [4:22]
Wrong (Blunt Force Drama Mix) [4:51]
Warp City (Gimp In The Box Mix) [4:30]
WTV (Boob Tube Mix) [4:20]
World (Globogasm Mix) [6:01]
WKYJ (YGWYPF) [5:36]
Worm (Locate Consume Repeat Mix) [7:50]
Walrus (The Pretty Mouth Mix) [1:16]

Notes: This is a remix album for the Houses of the Mole album. All remixes by Erie Load.

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UNDERCOVER

xCD 2010 13th Planet Records/Cleopatra 760137509820 US

xCD 2010 Eastworld Recordings EWO044CD UK

Iron Man [6:00]
Stranglehold [4:09]
N.W.O. [5:40]
Stigmata [4:50]
Purple Haze [4:10]
Paranoid [3:56]
Thunderstruck [4:19]
Sharp Dressed Man [4:00]
Jesus Built My Hotrod [3:59]
Rehab [4:48]
Everyday Is Halloween [4:29]
Paint It Black [4:02]
Khyber Pass [6:50]

Note: Credited as Ministry and Co-Conspirators. This is a collection of covers by various artists. The Ministry songs on this album differ from the versions that appear on Rantology and Greatest Tricks.

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EVERYDAY IS HALLOWEEN: GREATEST TRICKS

xCD 2010 Cleopatra CLP 9619-2 US

Every Day Is Halloween (2010 Evil Version) [4:29]
N.W.O. (New World Order) [5:29]
Jesus Built My Hotrod [4:54]
Stigmata [5:51]
Paint It Black [4:02]
Khyber Pass [6:51]
Stranglehold [4:09]
Iron Man [6:01]
Thunderstruck [4:20]
Purple Haze [4:10]
Sharp Dressed Man [4:01]
Rehab [4:48]
Every Day Is Halloween (Retro Electro Mix)

More Info: This is essentially the Undercover album repackaged under a different title. Track 1 is the same as the Undercover version. Tracks 2, 3, 4 and 13 are versions/mixes that only be found on this release.

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ORIGINAL ALBUM SERIES

x5CD Sire/Warner Bros. 8122797541 UK/EU

Disc One: Twitch

Disc Two: The Land Of Rape And Honey

Disc Three: The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste

Disc Four: In Case You Didn’t Feel Like Showing Up

Disc Five: Psalm 69

This is a box set that contains the 5 standard EU CDs. No extras/special tracks.

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THE VERY BEST OF FIXES & REMIXES

xCD 2012 Cleopatra Records CLP 8145 US

Every Day Is Halloween (2010 Version) [4:29]
Jesus Built My Hotrod (Powerman 5000 Remix) [4:04]
Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) [5:13]
Every Day Is Halloween (Razed In Black Remix) [4:55]
Thunderstruck (Electro Remix) [4:33]
N.W.O. (2010 Version) [5:40]
Stigmata (Psychopomps Remix) [5:59]
Every Day Is Halloween (Alexis K Dubstep Remix) [3:50]
Khyber Pass (2010 Version) [6:51]
Every Day Is Halloween (Leæther Strip Remix) [4:47]
Stigmata (Implant Remix) [5:24]
Jesus Built My Hotrod (2010 Version) [4:00]
Paint It Black [4:02]
Stigmata (Angelspit Industrial Remix) [4:20]
Every Day Is Halloween (Original Version) (Bonus Track) [6:25]

More info: This is a collection of previously released tracks, new remixes and one new track. The new track, Sweet Dreams, was recorded for the Undercover album, but was left off the final release.. The 2010 versions and Paint It Black come from the Undercover album. The original version of Every Day Is Halloween is the same mix that appears on Early Trax. The cover art is printed on unique glossy/foil paper.

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RELAPSE

xCD 2012 13th Planet Records SR0750 US

xCD 2012 AFM Records AFMCD399-9 EU

xCD 2012 AFM Records AFM 399-9 GE (digipak)

xCD 2012 AFM Records AFM 399-2 (jewel case)

xCD 2012 Spiritual Beast IUCP-16134 Japan

xCD 2012 Icarus Music ICARUS 903 Argentina

xCD 2012 Soyuz 4650062360671 Russia

xCD 2012 Ltd Box Set AFM Records AFM399-6 EU

xLP 2012 AFM Records AFM 399-1 GE

Ghouldiggers [7:40]
Double Tap [4:06]
Free Fall [4:35]
Kleptocracy [3:54]
United Forces [4:52]
99 Percenters [3:53]
Relapse [5:49]
Weekend Warrior [5:42]
Git Up Get Out ‘N Vote [3:56]
Bloodlust [5:36]
Relapse (Defibrillator Mix) (Bonus Track) [7:06] # ^
Double Tap (Dottkom & Sy4e Trash Electro Remix) (Bonus Track) [5:51] #
Double Tap (Dottkom & Sy4e Industrial Filth Remix) (Bonus Track) [4:51]# *

^Appears on the EU and German digipak release.
#Appears on the Japan release.
*Appears on the US release.

More info: The box set is a Limited & numbered fanbox edition of 2,000 packaged in a plastic cigar box. It includes a custom set of playing cards, 4 poker chips, 1 lighter, 1 flask, a digipak CD, and signed certificate of authenticity.

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THE MAKING OF RELAPSE-SPECIAL EDITION DIRECTOR’S CUT

xDVD 13th Planet Records AFM 399-2

1. Documentary
2. Webisodes

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FROM BEER TO ETERNITY

xCD 2013 AFM Records AFM 462-9 EU/UK/US

xCD 2013 AFM Records AFM 462-2 (Best Buy Exclusive) US

xCD 2013 AFM Records AFM 462-2 GE

xCD 2013 Spiritual Beast IUCP-16173 Japan

xCD 2013 Del Imaginario Discos D.I. 310 Argentina

xCD 2013 0OHO FO1005 CD Russia

xCD 2013 Ltd Box Set AFM 462-9 EU/UK/US

x2LP 2013 13th Planet Records/AFM Records AFM 462-4 (Clear colored vinyl)

x2LP 2013 AFM Records AFM 462-21 EU/UK (Black vinyl)

x2LP 2013 AFM Records AFM 462-11 GE (Gold colored vinyl)

x2LP 2013 AFM Records AFM 462-11 GE (Red colored vinyl)

Hail To His Majesty (Peasants) [5:17]
Punch In The Face [5:00]
PermaWar [4:56]
Perfect Storm [4:56]
Fairly Unbalanced [3:57]
The Horror [3:51]
Side Fx Include Mikey’s Middle Finger [TV 4] [5:15]
Lesson Unlearned [3:16]
Thanx But No Thanx [8:21]
Change Of Luck [7:17]
Enjoy The Quiet [2:39]
PermaWar Remix [7:24] *#
Thanx For The Dub Remix [4:53] *#
Punch In The Face Remix [7:58] ^#

*Appears on the Best Buy US CD edition.
^Appears on the vinyl editions.
#Appears on the Japan CD edition.

Notes: The box set is an exclusive fan edition that comes in a box shaped like a coffin. It includes a certificate of authenticity, digipak CD, rosary, prayer cards and a black prayer candle. Limited to 1000 copies worldwide. Copies ordered from the 13th Planet website were signed by Al Jourgensen.

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ENJOY THE QUIET-LIVE AT WACKEN 2012

xCD 2013 UDR/EMI UDR 0240 CD US

x2CD/DVD UDR/EMI UDR 0235 DVD UK/EU/US

x2LP 2013 UDR/EMI UDR 0241 GE

xBlu-Ray 2013 UDR North America

Standard/LP/Disc One:

Ghouldiggers [8:51]
No “W” [3:06]
Rio Grande Blood [4:02]
LiesLiesLies [5:37]
99 Percenters [4:01]
Life Is Good [4:22]
Waiting [5:19]
Relapse [6:00]
New World Order “N.W.O.” [6:03]
Just One Fix [4:22]
Thieves [6:47]

Disc Two-Live At Wacken 2006:

Fear Is Big Business [6:46]
Senor Peligro [3:45]
No “W” [2:58]
Rio Grande Blood [4:23]
The Great Satan [3:18]
Waiting [5:02]
LiesLiesLies [5:21]
Worthless [4:32]
Wrong [5:17]
New World Order “N.W.O.” [5:56]
Just One Fix [4:22]
Thieves [4:56]
Khyber Pass [10:34]
Psalm 69 [7:34

DVD

[Live At Wacken 2012]:

Ghouldiggers
No “W”
Rio Grande Blood
LiesLiesLies
99 Percenters
Life Is Good
Waiting
Relapse
New World Order “N.W.O.”
Just One Fix
Thieves

[Live at Wacken 2006]:

Fear Is Big Business
Senor Peligro
No “W”
Rio Grande Blood
The Great Satan
Waiting
LiesLiesLies
Worthless
Wrong
New World Order “N.W.O.”
Just One Fix
Thieves
Khyber Pass
Psalm 69

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LAST TANGLE IN PARIS-LIVE 2012 DEFIBRILA TOUR

x2CD/DVD 2014 UDR Records

x2LP 2014 UDR Records

xBlu-Ray 2014 UDR Records

Disc One:

Ghouldiggers
No “W”
Senor Peligro
Rio Grande Blood
LiesLiesLies
99 Percenters
Life Is Good
Relapse
The Last Sucker

Disc Two:

Psalm 69
New World Order
Just One Fix
Thieves
Khyber Pass
Fear Is Big Business
Let’s Go
Watch Yourself
So What

DVD/Blu-Ray:

Ghouldiggers
No “W”
Senor Peligro
LiesLiesLies
99 Percenters
Life Is Good
Relapse
The Last Sucker
Psalm 69
New World Order
Just One Fix
Thieves

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