According to Ministry ringleader Al Jourgensen, the making of the band’s breakthrough fourth album, The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste, was “complete chaos and mayhem.” That vibe translated beautifully into the music, which saw Jougensen, Paul Barker and cohorts unabashedly embracing the scathing, politically charged industrial-metal sound that would soon be perfected with 1992’s Psalm 69. From jackhammering opener “Thieves” to the relentless churn of “Burning Inside” to goth club favorite “So What,” this Mind is both terrible and tasty.
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