Από το Filth Pig, το μνημειώδες άλμπουμ που οι Ministry κυκλοφόρησαν στα middle ’90s
Form the monumental
Filth Pig, album released by Ministry in the middle ‘90s.

Hot lava
Big Monkey flow
Chokin’ on a color
Floating down like a rain (“Oh yeah”)
Hot lava
Cool down
Big travel every town
Roll it over with a ball and chain
Hot lava
On the always
Make ready to burn
What the hell is in your
Lost and your found
Got lotta those time
Some owner lost
He wants nothin’ but the kick underground
“(Be Healed, Be healed!)”
Hot lava, lava
“(Be Healed Be healed!)”
Big kicka mule
Dipped in hot cotton
Make water like candy
And a fever like mine
Big boiler
Make rotten grey matter
not spoiled like the child who pops them two at a time
“Be healed!”
Hot lava, lava
“Be Healed, Be Healed!”
Hot lava

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  1. Timothy Price August 1, 2021 at 4:37 pm

    Good glowing lava. Great lyrics. They are rather clean and wholesome compared the the filthy pigs in power today.

    1. Oannes August 1, 2021 at 6:21 pm

      These guys were my idols back in the ’90s. Imagine how I felt when I discovered they were Stanley Kubrick’s favorite band also!

      1. Timothy Price August 1, 2021 at 6:52 pm

        I’m not surprised they were Kubrick’s favorite group, also. It’s interesting that Kubrick pulled “A Clockwork Orange” from England soon after its release, and it was not available in the UK until after his death in 2000. It’s a brilliant film. Dr. Strangelove is brilliant, too. Well basically all of his films have a brilliance about them. My mom took me with her to see 2001 when it first showed in Albuquerque around 1969 at the Fox Winrock theater which had a giant curved projection screen. The effects were phenomenal on that giant screen, but I couldn’t make sense out of the film when I was 11 years old. I watched 2001 again as an adult, and I still couldn’t make much sense out of it.

        1. Oannes August 1, 2021 at 7:12 pm

          Well, 2001 is my favorite film of all times. I’ve seen it 24 times [no, really!].

          1. Timothy Price August 1, 2021 at 7:35 pm

            You definitely love it. I think 6 or up to 8 times is the most I have watched a film. I often watch films a second and third time just to get the details I missed on the first viewing.

  2. stcigar August 1, 2021 at 8:22 pm

    I guess I was lucky to have already read the 2001 book version by Arthur Clarke (publiced after the film’s initial release) since the movie made sense to me when I first saw it as a teenager; unlucky at the same time, since the movie didn’t have the shock impact it could have had in case I had seen it totally unprepared.

  3. Resa August 3, 2021 at 12:08 am

    Simply YES!!!


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