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|MiXXXes of the Molé|
|Remix album by|
|Released||August 17, 2010|
MiXXXes of the Molé is a remix album by industrial metal band Ministry. The album is composed of remixes of tracks from the band's 2004 album Houses of the Molé .
Industrial metal is the fusion of heavy metal music and industrial music, typically employing repeating metal guitar riffs, sampling, synthesizer or sequencer lines, and distorted vocals. Prominent industrial metal acts include Ministry, Godflesh, KMFDM and Nine Inch Nails.
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|1.||"No W" (Adrenalenema Mix)||3:15|
|2.||"Waiting" (Geiger Counter Mix)||5:03|
|3.||"Worthless" (Get to da Choppa Mix)||4:22|
|4.||"Wrong" (Blunt Force Drama Mix)||4:51|
|5.||"Warp City" (Gimp in the Box Mix)||4:30|
|6.||"WTV" (Boob Tube Mix)||4:20|
|7.||"World" (Globogasm Mix)||6:01|
|9.||"Worm" (Locate Consume Repeat Mix)||7:50|
|10.||"Walrus" (The Pretty Mouth Mix)||1:16|
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