Late on the Lollapalooza tour in 1992, Ministry performed TV Song a handful of times. It wasn't on the standard setlist, but on most of the September dates, the band added it to their sets with Gibby Haynes from the Butthole Surfers on vocals. Every performance was different, as the band played TV Song while Gibby ad-libbed, screaming whatever profanity came to his mind. I recently realized that we've never had a version of this up for download, so you can grab one on the download page now. Rather than putting the common version from the 9/4/92 New Orleans show up, I decided to go for the version from the 9/12/92 Irvine show - so this should be something new for just about everyone. This is also one of a handful of shows late in the tour with Casey Orr from Rigor Mortis replacing Paul on bass, as Paul's wife had a child a few days earlier. Enjoy!
Next time, a new unreleased song for the first time in a long time.
The new song on the sound page is a live version of Work For Love. This is from a great soundboard recording from the With Sympathy era. Unfortunately, the exact date is unknown. Based on Al's comments, this is opening for Madness. This, along with the source and the Madness timeline place this show sometime in early 1984, probably during February. This mkes the lineup most likely Jourgensen/George/Hallen/Chamberlin/Soroka/Gage, and is the first recording uncovered from this lineup. The show is very incomplete, so apologies for the abrupt ending to the song. Appearently someone taped over (!) most of the show at some point, leaving only a couple songs in their complete form. More to come in later weeks. Enjoy!