Ministry discography

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Ministry discography
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Ministry performing at the 2017 Hellfest.
Studio albums14
Live albums8
Compilation albums14
Video albums5
Music videos20
Singles30

As of 2020, the discography of American Industrial metal band Ministry, which was founded and is fronted by Al Jourgensen, consists of the following: fourteen studio albums, eight live albums, fourteen compilation and remix albums, thirty singles, five video albums (including video versions of live albums) and twenty music videos. Several tracks spanning from 1981 to 1994 in studio, live and cover formats have remained unreleased by the band.

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Formed in 1981, the band made their recording debut with the single "I'm Falling / Cold Life", released by Wax Trax! Records in the US and Situation Two in the UK, respectively. [1] Signing a short-lived contract with Arista Records, the band released their debut studio album, With Sympathy , which hit the upper 90s in the Billboard 200, in May 1983. Following a departure from Arista, Ministry returned on Wax Trax!, where several singles—including the club hit "(Every Day Is) Halloween"—were released in 1984-85. [2] After signing a deal with Sire Records in 1985, the band released the single “Over the Shoulder”, which was followed by the album Twitch in March 1986; co-produced by Jourgensen and Adrian Sherwood, Twitch hit No. 194 in the Billboard 200 and was regarded by profile commentators as a turning point in Ministry' artistic style. [3]

In 1988-89, Ministry releases The Land of Rape and Honey and The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste . Both positively received by music press, these two albums hit the upper 160s in the Billboard 200, and were certified gold by RIAA. During the tour in support of The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste, the band recorded their debut live album, In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up , released in 1990.

Albums

Studio albums

YearAlbum detailsPeak chart positionsSalesCertifications
US
[4]
CAN AUS
[5]
AUT
[6]
FRA
[7]
GER
[8]
NZ
[9]
NOR
[10]
SWE
[11]
SWI
[12]
UK
[13]
1983 With Sympathy 96

US: 103,484+ [14]

1986 Twitch 19497

US: 138,755+ [14]

1988 The Land of Rape and Honey
  • Released: October 11, 1988
  • Label: Sire/Warner Bros.
164

US: 525,000+[ citation needed ]

1989 The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste
  • Released: November 14, 1989
  • Label: Sire/Warner Bros.
16338

US: 587,000+[ citation needed ]

1992 Psalm 69: The Way to Succeed and the Way to Suck Eggs
  • Released: July 14, 1992
  • Label: Sire/Warner Bros.
2722692433
[16]

US: 1,061,948+[ citation needed ]

1996 Filth Pig
  • Released: January 30, 1996
  • Label: Warner Bros.
19594728163875043

US: 236,557+ [14]

1999 Dark Side of the Spoon
  • Released: June 8, 1999
  • Label: Warner Bros.
92575185

US: 79,459+ [14]

2003 Animositisomina
  • Released: February 18, 2003
  • Label: Sanctuary/BMG
15712593186

US: 46,319+ [14]

2004 Houses of the Molé
  • Released: June 22, 2004
  • Label: Sanctuary/BMG
162135

US: 45,419+ [14]

2006 Rio Grande Blood 13460

US: 34,346+ [14]

2007 The Last Sucker
  • Released: September 18, 2007
  • Label: 13th Planet/Megaforce
13095

US: 5,140+ [19]

2012 Relapse
  • Released: March 23, 2012
  • Label: 13th Planet
193725699

US: 5,000+ [14]

2013 From Beer to Eternity
  • Released: September 10, 2013
  • Label: 13th Planet
14079
2018 AmeriKKKant 731895765
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

Live albums

YearAlbum detailsAUS
[5]
UK
[20]
Sales
1990 In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up
  • Released September 4, 1990
  • Label: Sire/Warner Bros.
US: 196,225 [14]
1995Just Another Fix
  • Released January 1, 1995
  • Label: Warner Bros.
21US: 1,130[ citation needed ]
2002 Sphinctour
  • Released April 9, 2002
  • Label: Sanctuary/BMG
US: 12,113 [14]
2009 Adios... Puta Madres
  • Released March 31, 2009
  • Label: 13th Planet
2013Enjoy the Quiet—Live at Wacken 2012
  • Released August 27, 2013
  • Label: UDR/EMI
33
2014Last Tangle in Paris / Live 2012 Defibrila Tour
  • Released July 8, 2014
  • Label: UDR
2015 Toronto 1986
  • Released May 22, 2015
  • Label: Cleopatra
2017Live Necronomicon
  • Released July, 2017
  • Label: Cleopatra
2019Chicago/Detroit 1982
  • Released September 27th, 2019
  • Label: Cleopatra
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

Compilation and remix albums

YearAlbum detailsSales
1987 Twelve Inch Singles (1981–1984) US: 113,646 [14]
1993Box
  • Released: November 30, 1993
  • Label: Warner Bros.
2001 Greatest Fits
  • Released: June 19, 2001
  • Label: Warner Bros.
US: 89,283 [14]
2003 Twitched (unauthorised release)
2004 Early Trax
  • Released: October 12, 2004
  • Label: Rykodisc
US: 7,555 [14]
Side Trax
  • Released: October 12, 2004
  • Label: Rykodisc
US: 9,205 [14]
2005 Rantology
  • Released: September 27, 2005
  • Label: Sanctuary/BMG
US: 12,868 [14]
2007 Rio Grande Dub
  • Released: July 10, 2007
  • Label: 13th Planet
US: 9,750[ citation needed ]
2008 Cover Up
  • Released: April 1, 2008
  • Label: 13th Planet
US: 1,400 [21]
2009 The Last Dubber
  • Released: September 15, 2009
  • Label: 13th Planet
2010 MiXXXes of the Molé
  • Released: August 17, 2010
  • Label: 13th Planet
Every Day Is Halloween: The Anthology
Undercover
  • Released: December 7, 2010
  • Label: 13th Planet
2011Very Best of Fixes and Remixes

Singles

YearSongPeak chart positionsAlbum
US
Alt.

[22]
US Dance
[23]
NZ
[9]
SWE
[11]
UK
[16]
1981"I'm Falling / Cold Life"45Non-album single
1983"I Wanted to Tell Her"1335With Sympathy
"Work for Love"20
"Revenge"
1985"All Day" [24] Non-album single
"Nature of Love"
"(Every Day Is) Halloween"
"Over the Shoulder"Twitch
1988"Stigmata"The Land of Rape and Honey
1989"Burning Inside"23The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste
1990"So What" [25]
1991"Jesus Built My Hotrod"1934Psalm 69: The Way to Succeed and the Way to Suck Eggs
1992"N.W.O."1149
1993"Just One Fix" [26]
1995"The Fall" [lower-alpha 1] 184653Filth Pig
1996"Lay Lady Lay"128
[13]
"Reload"
1997"Brick Windows"
1999"Bad Blood"Dark Side of the Spoon
2001"What About Us?Greatest Fits
2003"Piss"Animositisomina
2004"No W"Houses of the Molé
2008"Keys to the City"Non-album single
2010"Thunderstruck"Undercover
2011"99 Percenters"Relapse
2012"Double Tap"
2013"Permawar"From Beer to Eternity
2017"Dancing Madly Backwards" [28] [lower-alpha 2] Non-album single
2020"Alert Level"Non-album single
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

    Unreleased Tracks

    YearSongNotesFormat
    Circa 1981"First True Love Affair" [29] Jimmy Ross cover, performed live at Huey's in IL Cover/Live
    Circa 1982"The Urge To Run Away" [30] Live at Misfits in Chicago Live
    Circa 1983"Hardman" [31] Live at the Palladium in LA Live
    Circa 1983"So So Life" [32] Performed on the 1983 tour.Live
    Circa 1984"Do You Even Like It?" [33] Performed on the 1984 tour.Live
    Circa 1984"Ricky's Hand" [34] Fad Gadget cover performed on the 1984 and 1986 tours.Cover/Live
    Circa 1986"The Eyes of Christ" [35] Live at Medusa's in IL Live
    Circa 1986"Thrill Kill Kult" [36] Live at Medusa's in IL Live
    Circa 1986"The Angel (Remix)" [37] Re-Recorded Version, Performed on some 1986 and 1987 shows.Remix
    Circa 1987"Ingrate" [38] Part of the original tracklist for The Land of Rape and Honey, but isn't on the final version.Studio
    Circa 1987"I'm Sick" [39] Part of the original tracklist for The Land of Rape and Honey, but isn't on the final version.Studio
    Circa 1994"Midnight Cowboy" [40] Fred Neil cover, performed live at Bridge Benefit VIII at the Shoreline Amphitheater.Cover/Live

    Boxed sets

    Videos

    Full length videos

    Music videos

    YearSongDirector(s)Album
    1982"Same Old Madness"Jim Nashnon-album single
    1983"Revenge"Tim PopeWith Sympathy
    1985"Over the Shoulder" Peter Christopherson [41] [42] [lower-alpha 3] Twitch
    1988"Stigmata"Benjamin Stokes and Eric ZimmermanThe Land Of Rape

    And Honey

    "Flashback"Benjamin Stokes
    "The Land of Rape and Honey" [lower-alpha 4] H-Gun Labs and Dead Battery Productions
    1989"Burning Inside"Benjamin Stokes and Eric ZimmermanThe Mind Is A Terrible

    Thing To Taste

    1991"Jesus Built My Hotrod" (with Gibby Haynes)Paul ElledgePsalm 69
    1992"N.W.O."Peter Christopherson
    1993"Just One Fix"
    1995"Lay Lady Lay"Paul ElledgeFilth Pig
    1996"Reload"Doug Freel
    1999"Bad Blood"Benjamin StokesDark Side Of The Spoon
    2001"What About Us?"Jeffrey KinartGreatest Fits
    2004"No W"Houses Of The Mole
    2006"LiesLiesLies"Zach Passero [43] Rio Grande Blood
    2012"99%"Zach PasseroRelapse
    "Ghouldiggers"
    2013"Last Sucker"The Last Sucker
    "PermaWar"Zach PasseroFrom Beer To Eternity
    2017"Antifa"AmeriKKKant
    2018"Wargasm" (Lyric Video)
    "Twilight Zone"Chris Roth
    "Victims of a Clown"

    Other appearances

    Song(s)TitleYear
    "Stigmata" Miami Vice [44] 1988
    Hardware [45] 1990
    "Thieves" Freejack [46] 1992
    "N.W.O." Cool World [47]
    "Just One Fix" Totally Fucked Up [48] 1993
    "Psalm 69" The River Wild [49] 1994
    "Jesus Built My Hotrod" Exit to Eden [50]
    "Tonight We Murder" Demon Knight [51] 1995
    "Stigmata" Rumble in the Bronx [52]
    "N.W.O." SubUrbia [53] 1996
    "Paisley" Escape from L.A. [54]
    "Reload" Speed 2: Cruise Control 1997
    "(Every Day Is) Halloween"The Black Bible1998
    "Just One Fix" Urban Legend
    "Bad Blood" The Matrix: Music from the Motion Picture [55] 1999
    "Eureka Pile" Universal Soldier: The Return [56]
    "Nursing Home" Left Behind: The Movie 2000
    "10/10"Street Sk8r 2 [57]
    "What About Us" and "Dead Practice" A.I. Artificial Intelligence [58] 2001
    "Jesus Built My Hotrod" Crusty Demons/Watchdogs 2003/2014
    "No W" Tony Hawk's Underground 2 [59] 2004
    Need for Speed: Underground 2 [60]
    "Bloodlines" Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines [61]
    "Thieves" and "Waiting" Murderball [62] 2005
    "The Light Pours Out of Me" Alone in the Dark
    "Señor Peligro" and "Burning Inside" Scarface: The World Is Yours [63] 2006
    "Stigmata" Tony Hawk's Project 8 [64]
    "Fear (Is Big Business)" Saw III [65]
    "Hero" Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 2007
    "Life Is Good" Saw IV [66]
    "Death and Destruction (Remix)" Saw V [67] 2008
    "Bang a Gong", "Radar Love", "Cuz U R Next" and "Khyber Pass (Wicked Instrumental)"The Wicked Soundtrack by Al Jourgensen [68]
    "NCIS Theme (Remix)" NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack [69] 2009
    "Stigmata" and "Thieves" Brütal Legend [70]
    "Fear (Is Big Business)", "Palestina" and "Khyber Pass" The Hurt Locker [71]
    "Just One Fix" Hatchet II 2010
    "N.W.O." Need for Speed: The Run 2011

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    1. "The Fall" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 15 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart. [27]
    2. "Dancing Maldy Backwards" was released as a split single featuring the versions of the title track, recorded separately by Peter Hook and Ministry, respectively. [28]
    3. In his 2013 autobiography, co-written with Jon Wiederhorn, Jourgensen claims Storm Thorgerson to be director of the video (Jourgensen 2013, p. 65).
    4. An excerpt from the video version of In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up.

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