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|Single by Ministry|
|from the album The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste|
|Released||November 7, 1989|
|Label||Sire, Warner Bros.|
|Songwriter(s)||Al Jourgensen, Paul Barker, Bill Rieflin, Chris Connelly|
|Producer(s)||Hypo Luxa, Hermes Pan|
|Ministry singles chronology|
"Burning Inside" is a song by American rock band Ministry. It was released as the sole single from the band's 1989 album The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste . The band Burning Inside named themselves after this song.
The song is featured in the intro movie of the video game Scarface: The World Is Yours .
|1.||"Burning Inside" (12" Remix)||6:45|
|2.||"Thieves" (12" Remix)||5:33|
|3.||"Smothered Hope" (Skinny Puppy cover; live with Nivek Ogre)||5:00|
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