CD Ministry - The land of rape and honey

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CD Ministry - The land of rape and honey

CD Ministry - The land of rape and honey

5
(1 reviews)
1 Stigmata 5:45
2 The Missing 2:54
3 Deity 3:23
4 Golden Dawn 5:42
5 Destruction 3:30
6 Hizbollah 3:59
7 The Land Of Rape And Honey 5:12
8 You Know What You Are 4:45
9 I Prefer 2:16
10 Flashback 4:48
11 Abortive 4:23
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1 Stigmata 5:45
2 The Missing 2:54
3 Deity 3:23
4 Golden Dawn 5:42
5 Destruction 3:30
6 Hizbollah 3:59
7 The Land Of Rape And Honey 5:12
8 You Know What You Are 4:45
9 I Prefer 2:16
10 Flashback 4:48
11 Abortive 4:23
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NostisParanoia 04/08/2020 11:09
The Land of Rape and Honey is the third studio album by American industrial metal band Ministry, released on October 11, 1988 by Sire Records. The album marked a departure from the band's previous two synthpop and EBM records, expanding on several elements introduced in their preceding album Twitch. The less-commercial, industrial-laced collection of tracks incorporates elements of heavy metal such as fast electric guitar riffs, although only the album's first three songs use guitars extensively.[3]
This was the first Ministry album to include bassist Paul Barker, who would remain a member until his departure in 2004. It also marked a shift in vocal cadence, as Al Jourgensen's faux British accent present since With Sympathy was dropped, though it remains (albeit distorted heavily) on the first track. The resulting sound is often cited as a pioneering work in the industrial metal genre, and is considered by Jourgensen as ostensibly the "first true" Ministry album, though he would experiment with this sound prior to its release under different names, such as 1000 Homo DJs.[citation needed] The album title comes from the slogan of Tisdale, Saskatchewan, whose motto at that time was "The Land of Rape and Honey",[9] the local economy being based on the agricultural products rapeseed and honey.[10] The band chose the name after seeing the slogan on a souvenir mug.[11]
The album was certified gold by the RIAA in January 1996,[12] but was out of print for a few years in the early 2000s until it was re-issued by Wounded Bird Records in 2007. In 2016, Al Jourgensen cited The Land of Rape and Honey as his favorite Ministry album.[13] He added that he was inspired to create "word cut-ups" from the works of Allen Toussaint and William S. Burroughs. Bands like Fear Factory, Linkin Park, Slipknot and Nine Inch Nails have cited this album as a major influence.[14]
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