Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Adios Puta Madres Ministry Final World Tour|
Director: Hector Saenz
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Adios... is a 2 disc-collection that brings us into the Ministry vortex that is as intense and prolific as the band itself. "En Vivo?" features a multiple twelve camera voyeuristic assault that brings us every angle and al... more »
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William Cate | Boston Mass | 09/07/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have been a fan of Ministrys since "With Sympathy" and i grew as they did into harder music. I love the trip as a Ministry fan went on. We went from pop to what became industrial to what became industrial metel to Metel. And this DVD is the final show for us fans. What an amazing show it is. Great choice of songs, thoe i would of liked to seen them try to rework some very early stuff off say "Twitch" , just for guys like me that have followed them for so long, but they do do a few oldies and rock out with songs like "Breath" and "stigmata". Its a great show and great way of saying good by to one of Americas great bands. For me i often wonder if it wasnt for Ministry and wax trax would there be a NIN or KMFDM. Hmmm i kinda doont think so; but who cares we have them and it was a great Ministry ride and the final show is a great testement to there power.
The added bihind the scenes dvd is fun also, to acually see footage of Al at work, even if the work is a bottle of wine. Good studff all around. If your a Ministry fan this is a must. If not well then why are you reading this."
A sound finale
Ben | Sydney, NSW Australia | 06/12/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"As a keen Ministry fan for many years I was hoping to catch them on their final tour. Alas, yet again there wasn't the demand from Australia in order to bring them here. That being the case I was looking forward to catching this DVD in order to get some sense of what I missed...
The result is that Ministry weren't as strong in the end as they once were live despite the release of very good albums after the departure of Paul Barker. The set consists mostly of post-Barker numbers and while they sound good the vibe is not as exciting as the Sphinctour days for example. Sphinctour is more fun.
Having said all that I would recomend the disc for fans of the final three Ministry albums."