Adios... Puta Madres

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Adios... Puta Madres
Ministry Adios.jpg
Live album by
Released March 31, 2009 (2009-03-31) (CD)
May 27, 2009 (DVD)
Recorded 2008
Genre Industrial metal
Length 67:09
Label 13th Planet/Megaforce
Producer Al Jourgensen
Ministry chronology
Cover Up
(2008)
Adios... Puta Madres
(2009)
The Last Dubber
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
KNAC 4/5 stars[2]
Rock Sound 7/10 stars[3]

Adios... Puta Madres (incorrect Spanish for "Goodbye Bitch Mothers", or maybe in Mexican Spanish "Goodbye Motherfuckers") is a live album by Ministry, released on March 31, 2009 on 13th Planet Records. The album was recorded at various locations on Ministry's farewell tour, dubbed the "C U LaTouR". Allmusic database and Windows Media database incorrectly list the title of the record as "Adios...Putas Madres" (which would be grammatically correct in Spanish; whereas in Mexican Spanish, the correct form would instead be "Adiós... putamadres"). In 2009, "Señor Peligro" was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of Best Metal Performance for the 52nd Grammy Awards.[4]

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Let's Go" 5:08
2. "Watch Yourself" 5:14
3. "Life Is Good" 4:20
4. "The Dick Song" 5:43
5. "The Last Sucker" 6:30
6. "No W" 3:01
7. "Waiting" 5:11
8. "Worthless" 4:18
9. "Wrong" 5:14
10. "Rio Grande Blood" 4:34
11. "Señor Peligro" 3:50
12. "LiesLiesLies" 5:21
13. "Khyber Pass" 8:46

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The DVD release consists of two discs and contains additional songs and bonus features, including a tour documentary entitled "Fuchi Requiem".[5]

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Let's Go"  
2. "The Last Sucker"  
3. "Waiting"  
4. "Worthless"  
5. "LiesLiesLies"  
6. "Watch Yourself"  
7. "Life Is Good"  
8. "No W"  
9. "Rio Grande Blood"  
10. "Señor Peligro"  
11. "So What"  
12. "N.W.O."  
13. "Just One Fix"  
14. "Thieves"  
15. "What a Wonderful World"  

Personnel

Ministry

Additional personnel

  • Michihiro Tanikawa – mixing, live sound recording
  • John Billberry – engineering
  • Dave Donnelly – mastering
  • Steffan Chirazi – photography
  • Bruce Biegler – photography
  • Lawton Outlaw – art direction & design

References

  1. ^ "Adios...Putas Madres - Ministry". Allmusic.
  2. ^ "Reviews - Ministry Adios...Puta Madres". KNAC.
  3. ^ Moorhouse, Giles (June 2009). "Ministry – Adios... Putas Madres." Rock Sound (123): 85.
  4. ^ "Metallica, Judas Priest, Megadeth, AC/DC, Slayer Among Grammy Awards Nominees". Blabbermouth.net. 2009-12-02. Archived from the original on 2009-12-07.
  5. ^ "Ministry - Levykauppa Äx". Levykauppax.fi. Archived from the original on 2009-04-10. Retrieved 2011-11-02.


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