|Single by Ministry|
|from the album Filth Pig|
|Label|| Sire |
|Producer(s)|| Hypo Luxa |
|Ministry singles chronology|
"The Fall" is a song from American industrial metal band Ministry. It was the first single from the band's sixth studio album, Filth Pig . The single hit number eighteen on the Billboard Dance chart. It reached number 53 in the UK.
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Filth Pig is the sixth studio album by American industrial metal band Ministry, released on January 30, 1996 by Warner Bros. Records. The title was allegedly derived from a statement made in the British Houses of Parliament, in which the band's leader Al Jourgensen was described as a "filthy pig" by MP Teddy Taylor for his onstage theatrics.
Writing credits taken from BMI
|1.||"The Fall"||Al Jourgensen, Michael Balch||4:54|
|2.||"Reload" (12 Inch Mix)||Jourgensen, Paul Barker||3:28|
|3.||"TV III"||Jourgensen, Barker||5:00|
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