'Twitch' is the perfect example of the late '80s industrial dance. Ministry front-man Al Jourgensen combines the dance beats with more menacing and grinding sounds than Ministry's earlier synth-pop leanings, not to mention the dystopian, anti-establishment lyrics. Produced by Tack Head member and On-U Sound label owner Adrian Sherwood, it stands out for it's harshness and beauty sounding anachronistic. The whole album is a killer groove from start to finish, sweet industrial mechanized and the start of the great history that Ministry paced along the years. The album is great for fans of any genre of music, it's catchy and still heavy, but remains danceable. Throw it on today, and it still sounds like music from the future.
'Twitch' is the perfect example of the late '80s industrial dance. Ministry front-man Al Jourgensen combines the dance beats with more menacing and grinding sounds than Ministry's earlier synth-pop leanings, not to mention the dystopian, anti-establishment lyrics. Produced by Tack Head member and On-U Sound label owner Adrian Sherwood, it stands out for it's harshness and beauty sounding anachronistic. The whole album is a killer groove from start to finish, sweet industrial mechanized and the start of the great history that Ministry paced along the years. The album is great for fans of any genre of music, it's catchy and still heavy, but remains danceable. Throw it on today, and it still sounds like music from the future.
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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 05/14/2021
UPC: 8718627233061

Twitch (Hol)
Artist: Ministry
Format: CD
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'Twitch' is the perfect example of the late '80s industrial dance. Ministry front-man Al Jourgensen combines the dance beats with more menacing and grinding sounds than Ministry's earlier synth-pop leanings, not to mention the dystopian, anti-establishment lyrics. Produced by Tack Head member and On-U Sound label owner Adrian Sherwood, it stands out for it's harshness and beauty sounding anachronistic. The whole album is a killer groove from start to finish, sweet industrial mechanized and the start of the great history that Ministry paced along the years. The album is great for fans of any genre of music, it's catchy and still heavy, but remains danceable. Throw it on today, and it still sounds like music from the future.