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Dark Side of the Spoon Import


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  • Audio CD (June 8 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Warner
  • ASIN: B00000J7J9
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)

1. Supermanic Soul
2. Whip And Chain
3. Bad Blood
4. Eureka Pile
5. Step
6. Nursing Home
7. Kaif
8. Vex & Siolence
9. 10/10
10. Silent
11. Silent
12. Silent
13. Silent
14. Silent
15. Silent
16. Silent
17. Silent
18. Silent
19. Silent
20. Silent
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J on June 30 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is cool. Like the previous album it is slower and more groovey, strengthening songs like "Scarecrow" on Psalm 69 (which is a genius and hypnotic track) and like the previous album, it has amazing placements and uses of insruments otherwise alien to a Ministry album - Filth Pig hosted the heaviest, grooviest harmonica solo i have ever heard (Filth Pig), as well as some very sweet trickles of piano (The Fall). and now on DSOTS, I'm hearing some of the coolest mandolin and saxaphone smatterings I've heard in a long long while.
This effort is hugely satirical and darkly funny. I think maybe it is why so much initial negative feedback came from "fans" who were looking for another "NWO".I respect the wit and versatility of MR.J and Mr.B by throwing us a curve and cracking a joke....then again i imagine being declared clinically dead 3 times might do that to you - develope a lighter side and let you see that it ain't all bad, but then again i'm just guessing. So relax people, their is a lighter side of the spoon......may the light pour over us.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 5 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is a very underrated ministry disc. I don't understand the subpar reviews for a c.d. with Supermanic soul, Bad Blood, and Step. It's not Psalm 69 or The land of Rape and Honey, but its superior to Filth Pig.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T.A. on April 23 2003
Format: Audio CD
So many Ministry fans decided to stop listening to them when they heard this CD...including all of my friends. One buddy of mine was so disgusted with their lack of enthusiasm on stage (Filth Pig tour), that he refuses to buy any of their products. Well guess what? "Rape & Honey," "The Mind" and "Psalm 69" came out over 10 years ago--that sound is dead, and modern-day groups who mimic that sound are, as Buck Satan himself would put it, "just crumbs." I'd put bands who try to sound like old Ministry in the same category as Lit, Good Charlotte and Filter--bands who think that a neoclassical style (i.e., ripping off some underground late-80's or early-90's band) will bring them fame. Ministry are evolving, and Alain and Paul are in their 40's now. In retrospect, I think SPOON blows "Filth Pig" and "Animositisomina" away, because for the first time, Ministry present us with a dark, writhing, painful, eerie, original sound that is unmistakeably new....without drowning the evil in speedy drums, samples from cult classic movies and 8 guitar tracks. For the first time since "The Mind," you can actually hear Paul Barker's bass guitar, and his vocals. You can definitelt feel his influence on this recording, especially in the careful, well chosen lyrics. This is the most EVIL collection of music they have put out to date. I can only give it four stars, because of shallow songs like Bad Blood and 10/10--truly filler. If you are stuck in the over-sampled drum machine-laidened world of the early 90's, go out and pick up some of Grandpa Al's other experiments, like Pailhead, 1000 Homo DJ's, PTP, Acid Horse and RevCo, or even Lead Into Gold, and you will see that even during that era, Jourgensen and Barker were ALWAYS testing the limits of alternative music. Don't label Ministry! And don't bash "Spoon." Here you get a real taste of Paul Barker's genius--slow, creeping death accompanied by eerie, breathless vocals..."HERE IS THE END; HERE IS NOTHING!"
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Welt on April 12 2003
Format: Audio CD
Well, I'm definitely in the minority with this opinion, but I think Spoon is one of Ministry's best albums. From the jaw-shattering opening that is Supermanic Soul, to the extreme blood-curdling and deviating sound of the amazing Vex & Siolence, Spoon really showcases a more eerie and Wraithy side of Ministry. This isn't the typical, hard-hitting, aggressive Ministry album we've already heard a hundred times before. Spoon is darkly tricky, but at the same time, preserves that clotting Ministry sound we're all familiar with. Their slower, more bleak side in an entire CD.
This album just BLEEDS enmity. But it's executed in a suttle, and sometimes funny way. I love the melancholy that spews out of songs like Nursing Home (a trippy and tweaky track) and Eureka Pile. The acrid sound of Kaif... and of course, the disarraying backdrop of 10/10, Whip & Chain and Bad Blood... and the jazzy exterior of Step (which samples one of my favorite movies).
Most people rejected Spoon's unique and seething style. I guess it's an acquired taste... I'm just one of the few that happened to acquire that taste. This album is darkly funny, subtle, grey and just perfect. I'm not gonna say you're not a true Ministry fan if you detest this masterwork... but I WILL say all you Psalm 69-heads need to learn how to appreciate diverse music.
Spoon is dingy... it's muddy... it's coagulated... it's weird... and it's an absolute masterpiece.
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By pogo on May 21 2004
Format: Audio CD
Almost similar in titles to Pink Floyd's overrated album, but this one surpasses it by a long shot. I bet Floyd's wishing they recorded this one instead.
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Format: Audio CD
This is one of the albums that seems to be unappreciated by the majority of Ministry fans although I have to admit I am one of those who thinks this album could have been better. Yes I do enjoy the bizarre instruments used ( well for a industrial metal record ) but halfway through it just loses momentum and never really regains it. It is hilarious hearing Al talk in a faux woman's accent from Texas saying " I love all my fans I wish I could take each and everyone of them to the Betty Ford clinic " but that's about it really, the hidden track is alright for a laugh but nothing much else. Still I have to admire them for willing to experiment in a genre that is so steeped in conservatism that it's unreal
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