William S. Burroughs recites his spoken word over a scathing industrial soundscape in the Ministry song of the same name. It can be found on the "Just One Fix" single/EP. Al and Paul's background sonic collage includes Native American chanting and samples from Nine Inch Nails' "Wish" and "Happiness in Slavery".

Also, I'm glad that Bones transcribed "We are all not that much better than you earthlings" correctly. Nine out of ten Burroughs sites on the Internet say "earth aches". I think they're missing a large percentage of the point. In fact, I think the entire piece fits in better within its native context - "Just One Fix" fleshes it out quite well. It's no accident that Al Jourgensen is considered the WSB of industrial rock.

I love wearing my "Smash the control images. Smash the control machine." T-shirt to class.

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