"Bad Blood" as written by Vic Pepe, Dorothee Pesch and Jack Ponti....
What's lies?
Full moon and thoughts collide
We look for answers in those catatonic, dying blod-shot eyes
We ask if vermin are the ones that already learned
Those aren't tears,
They're just bad bad blood

Just bad bad blood!

What lies?
No big surprise.
We get our clues from the ones who thought up they will conquer us
Are we too fucked to say the end is here too much?
We're in denial with bad blood

Do you remember the strain?
Do you remember the pain?
Do you remember who caused all the blame?)

Bad Blood!

Do you remember me?
Do you remember us?
Do you surrender your dreams or your trust?

Bad Blood!

What lies?
He's finally come alive
Out of these mediocre plentiful things all the time
A steady stream of madness
Conscious to a flood
The clock is ticking for Bad Blood


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"Bad Blood" as written by Paul Barker Al Jourgensen

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    General CommentThis is the song that brought me into Ministry. Heard it on The Matrix soundtrack album, and I've been into them ever since.
    Rock-dudeon June 24, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIs this the same ministry as the guys who do Everyday is Halloween? Totally different sound.
    GothicBladeon September 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentSame band, though singer Al Jourgensen is the only common member. Bassist Paul Barker and drummer Bill Rieflin joined around 1986, that's about when Ministry started the move toward buttmetal.
    gasmaskon April 24, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe more people like this song.. the vocals are some of most baddest in the industrial metal scene. Sure, the instrumental can be considered dance or whatever, but I really like the rhythm and melody of this song. We need more Ministry fans!
    Eversioon June 10, 2003   Link
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    General CommentYeah same here Rock-Dude. I heard it on the Matrix soundtrack and I just loved the gutsy, wailing yet grinding instrumental and the bass drums conjured up a very militaristic feel. Everytime I hear it I envisage someone using it for an apocalyptic battle-scene in a film...and if they don't, then I will :oP

    JabbaHutt444on May 21, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI'm a Ministry fan from way back. Didn't know they were still around 'till I heard this one and some others. While it is good to hear them going back to the sound of their heyday nothing is better than the Psalm 69 album.
    en455on May 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is the track that got me into ministry as well.. again off of the matrix album.

    I think this song is about genetic memory. epigenetics.
    techgeiston December 06, 2007   Link

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