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With Sympathy

Ministry

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
August 1983
Catalog ID:
AL 6608
Label:
Arista
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
3 reviews (avg. 75%)
Side A
1. Effigy (I'm Not an) 03:51   Show lyrics
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2. Revenge 03:48   Show lyrics
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3. I Wanted to Tell Her 05:29   Show lyrics
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4. Work for Love 04:44   Show lyrics
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Side B
5. Here We Go 03:21   Show lyrics
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6. What He Say 04:04   Show lyrics
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7. Say You're Sorry 04:18   Show lyrics
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8. Should Have Known Better 04:31   Show lyrics
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9. She's Got a Cause 03:33   Show lyrics
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Band members
Al Jourgensen Vocals, Keyboards
Stephen George Drums
Guest/Session
Doreen Chanter Vocals
Ziv Gidron Chanting
Ministry of Horns Horns
Brad Hallen Bass
Antonia de Portago Vocals
Vince Ely Percussion, Keyboards
Martin Sorenson Bass
Walter Turbitt Guitars
John Davis Keyboards
Shay Jones Vocals
Marybeth O'Hara Vocals
Bob Suber Saxophone
Robert Roberts Keyboards, Bass
Miscellaneous staff
David Wooley Engineering
Mark "Flood" Ellis Engineering
Ian Taylor Producer, Engineering
Vince Ely Producer
Jim Nash Cover concept
Brian Shanley Cover concept
David Gahr (R.I.P. 2008) Photography (inner sleeve)
Alberto Rizzo Photography
Greg Calbi Mastering
Steve Jackson Tape operator
Roger Merritt Tape operator
David Heglmeier Tape operator
Al Jourgensen Vocals, Keyboards
Stephen George Drums
Doreen Chanter Vocals
Ziv Gidron Chanting
Ministry of Horns Horns
Brad Hallen Bass
Antonia de Portago Vocals
Vince Ely Percussion, Keyboards
Martin Sorenson Bass
Walter Turbitt Guitars
John Davis Keyboards
Shay Jones Vocals
Marybeth O'Hara Vocals
Bob Suber Saxophone
Robert Roberts Keyboards, Bass
David Wooley Engineering
Mark "Flood" Ellis Engineering
Ian Taylor Producer, Engineering
Vince Ely Producer
Jim Nash Cover concept
Brian Shanley Cover concept
David Gahr (R.I.P. 2008) Photography (inner sleeve)
Alberto Rizzo Photography
Greg Calbi Mastering
Steve Jackson Tape operator
Roger Merritt Tape operator
David Heglmeier Tape operator
Read Dated...for its time? 65% Diamhea October 23rd, 2014
Read Al has a good reason to... 77% Ribos February 6th, 2010
Read An 80s novelty, though well... 84% Pathological_Frolic May 3rd, 2008

Trivia:
- Al Jourgensen insists that he was pressured by Arista into composing new wave material, and has consequentially disowned this record along with much of Ministry's earliest output. He adopts a faux-British accent, once again supposedly on command from management.
- Titled Work for Love in the European market to capitalize on the popularity of the eponymous single along with a re-arranged track order. Some overseas issues still feature the original cover art.

Music videos:
- Revenge

All songs written by Alain Jourgensen except "I Wanted to Tell Her", written by Alain Jourgensen and Shay Jones.
All songs published by Ministry Affairs Publishing (BMI).

Recording information:

Recorded and mixed at Southern Studios, London.
Produced by Ian Taylor & Vince Ely.

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Added on: 2006-03-07 16:49:31 Last modified on: 2014-12-23 20:46:02
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