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Tim H. (TurnItUpTim)
Reviewed on 8/24/2009...
This 1986 album is a collaboration between Al Jourgenson and Paul Barker of Ministry, and Ian Mackaye (post-Minor Threat/pre-Fugazi). If you liked Jello Biafra's industrial "Lard" side project (also with the guys from Ministry), then you'd like this as well. Features political lyrics and cold, machine like drumming and automated guitar riffing - what you'd expect, right? Good album. Pre-cursor to bands like Nine Inch Nails.
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Your cd player will thank you.
aitapata | Florida | 03/16/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is the album I pull out and lend to friends when it seems like they need some unexpected joy in their lives. The music here is EXACTLY what you'd expect from an Ian McKaye and Al Jourgeson duo. You can immediately pick out their respective offerings. Very distinct, very individual. And yet it's something entirely new. Think peanut butter and jelly. Both their own thing by their own rights, but together, they form perfection.
And, I almost never use sexual terms when describing music, but this is one of the few times that I do. "I Will Refuse" is simply ORGASMIC."
This is the anthem
Matthew H Camp | Phoenix, AZ | 03/20/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"thank you amazon for helping me find this after all these years. this is some intense $h!+ despite some production values and EQ of the late 80's sounding a bit dated, the music rings true and the lyric just cuts to the quick. this one album alone is worth the entire rest of the ministry catalogue, and no ian mckaye/fugazi fan should be without it either. NIN and industrial fans should have it also."