Rio Grande Dub

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Rio Grande Dub
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Remix album by
ReleasedJuly 10, 2007 (2007-07-10)
Recorded2006
Genre Industrial metal
Label 13th Planet
Producer Al Jourgensen, Clayton Worbeck, John Bechdel
Ministry chronology
Rio Grande Blood
(2006)
Rio Grande Dub
(2007)
The Last Sucker
(2007)
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Rio Grande Dub, alternatively titled Rio Grande Dub-Ya, is a remix album by industrial metal band Ministry. The album is composed of remixes from the band's 2006 album Rio Grande Blood . John Bechdel is responsible for the "Fear Is Big Business (Weapons of Mass Deception Mix)". The rest of the remixes on this album were done by Clayton Worbeck.

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Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."Rio Grande Blood" (Rio Grande DUB Ya Mix)4:12
2."Señor Peligro" (La Zona Peligrosa Mix)4:08
3."Gangreen" (Kiss Me Goodnight Mix)3:35
4."Fear Is Big Business" (Weapons of Mass Deception Mix)3:42
5."Lieslieslies" (Cognitive Dissonance Mix)4:19
6."The Great Satan" (What Would Satan Do? Mix)3:06
7."Yellow Cake" (Hexafluoride Mix)4:22
8."Palestina" (72nd Virgin Mix)5:23
9."Ass Clown" (Osama McDonald Mix)3:31
10."Khyber Pass" (TX Bush Ranch Mix)4:27
11."Lieslieslies" (Known Unknown Lies Mix)3:55
12."Fear is Big Business" (USA Inc. Mix)3:28

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References

  1. "Rio Grande Dub-Ya - Ministry". Allmusic.