|Adios... Puta Madres|
|Live album by Ministry|
|Released||March 31, 2009 (CD)|
May 27, 2009 (DVD)
Adios... Puta Madres (incorrect Spanish for "Goodbye Bitch Mothers", or maybe in Mexican Spanish "Goodbye Motherfuckers") is a live album by Ministry, released on March 31, 2009 on 13th Planet Records. The album was recorded at various locations on Ministry's farewell tour, dubbed the "C U LaTouR". Allmusic database and Windows Media database incorrectly list the title of the record as "Adios...Putas Madres" (which would be grammatically correct in Spanish; whereas in Mexican Spanish, the correct form would instead be "Adiós... putamadres"). In 2009, "Señor Peligro" was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of Best Metal Performance for the 52nd Grammy Awards.
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13th Planet Records is an American record label founded by Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen in October 2005. In addition to its function as an artist-run, artist-friendly independent label, 13th Planet encompasses several realms of the music industry including artist management, touring, music publishing as well as a full-scale rehearsal and recording studio.
|3.||"Life Is Good"||4:20|
|4.||"The Dick Song"||5:43|
|5.||"The Last Sucker"||6:30|
|10.||"Rio Grande Blood"||4:34|
The DVD release consists of two discs and contains additional songs and bonus features, including a tour documentary entitled "Fuchi Requiem".
|2.||"The Last Sucker"|
|7.||"Life Is Good"|
|9.||"Rio Grande Blood"|
|13.||"Just One Fix"|
|15.||"What a Wonderful World"|
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