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Greatest Fits

Greatest Fits
Greatest hits album by Ministry
Released June 19, 2001 (2001-06-19)
Recorded 1987–2001
Genre Industrial metal, industrial rock, alternative metal[1]
Length 75:12
Label Warner Bros. Records
48115
Producer Hypo Luxa, Hermes Pan
Ministry chronology
Dark Side of the Spoon
(1999)
Greatest Fits
(2001)
Sphinctour
(2002)
Singles from Greatest Fits
  1. "What About Us?"
    Released: June 2001[2]
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
NME (7/10)[3]
Q 4/5 stars[4]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide 3/5 stars[5]

Greatest Fits is a greatest hits album by the industrial band Ministry. The album was released on June 19, 2001, on Warner Bros. Records. The opening track ("What About Us?") was previously unreleased.

Track listing

No. Title From Length
1. "What About Us?" (Al Jourgensen/Paul Barker/Max Brody/Ty Coon) the film A.I. Artificial Intelligence 5:52
2. "Stigmata" (Jourgensen) The Land of Rape and Honey 5:44
3. "The Land of Rape and Honey" (Jourgensen/Barker) The Land of Rape and Honey 5:11
4. "Thieves" (Jourgensen/Barker/Kevin Ogilvie/Chris Connelly) The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste 5:01
5. "So What" (Live) (Jourgensen/Barker/Bill Rieflin/Connelly) originally, The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste 10:33
6. "N.W.O." (Jourgensen/Barker) Psalm 69 5:30
7. "Just One Fix" (Jourgensen/Barker/Rieflin/Michael Balch) Psalm 69 5:11
8. "Jesus Built My Hotrod" (Jourgensen/Barker/Rieflin/Balch/Gibby Haynes) Psalm 69 4:51
9. "Reload" (12" Version) (Jourgensen/Barker) originally, Filth Pig 3:37
10. "Lay Lady Lay" (Bob Dylan) Filth Pig 5:44
11. "Supermanic Soul" (Jourgensen/Barker/Louis Svitek/Hukic/Ray Washam) Dark Side of the Spoon 3:13
12. "Bad Blood" (Jourgensen/Barker/Washam/Coon) Dark Side of the Spoon 5:00
13. "Supernaut" (Butler/Iommi/Osbourne/Ward) subsequently, Cover Up 7:09

Personnel

  • production, engineer (2, 3)
  • Paul Barkerbass (1, 2, 4-13), programming (1-4, 6-13), production, engineer (2, 3)
  • Max Brody – drums (1), programming (1)
  • Ty Coon – vocals (1, 12)
  • Bryan Rickerson - engineer (1)
  • Dylan Ely - engineer (1, 13)
  • Tom Arnold - engineer (1)
  • William Rieflin – drums (2, 6-9), backing vocals (2)
  • Keith Auerbach - engineer (3)
  • David Ogilvie - engineer (4)
  • Jeff Newell - engineer (4, 6-8)
  • Mike Scaccia – guitar (5, 7-10), lead guitar (13)
  • Louis Svitek – guitar (5, 10)
  • Rey Washam – drums (5, 10-12)
  • Duane Buford – keyboards (5)
  • Paul Manno - engineer (6, 7, 10)
  • Michael Balch – programming (7, 8)
  • Gibby Haynes – vocals (8)
  • Zlatko Hukic - engineer (9)
  • Brad Kopplin - engineer (10)
  • Jason Bacher - engineer (11, 12)
  • Jeff Dehaven - engineer (11, 12)
  • Bryan Kenny - engineer (11-13)
  • Jeff Ward – drums (13)
  • Tom Baker - mastering
  • Paul Elledge - art direction, photography
  • Brian Shanley - photography
  • Robert Hakalski - photography

References

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