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Ministry - Relapse
Reviewed by Fabryka Music Magazine on . This release sounds clean with exceptional mastering and has been well produced. However, Relapse is missing a spine, concept and plot along with very few intriguing arrangements. The compositions are divested of depth and any spiritual involvement. The songs don't invigorate the grey cells either, compared to the levels they did on recent Ministry albums. (...) Endless repetitions and needlessly extended arrangements appear in every song. This format may cause the listener to feel as if returning to this set of eleven songs later on again is cruel and unusual punishment.
Albums reviewed: The Last Sucker, With Sympathy, Twitch, Twitched, 12 Inch Singles, The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste, The Land Of Rape And Honey, Psalm 69, Filth Pig, Dark Side Of The Spoon, The Greates Fits, Animositisomina, Houses Of The Mole, Rantology, Rio Grande Blood, Rio Grande Dub, Relapse