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Ministry Frontman Comments On Grammy Nomination

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Ministry has been nominated in the Grammy Awards and are in the category for Best Metal Performance for their cover of the Rolling Stones classic, "Under My Thumb." Ministry frontman Al Jourgenson laughs, "I'm becoming the Susan Lucci or Martin Scorsese of metal. I'm starting to feel like Michael Corleone in 'The Godfather,'" he mused. "Every time I try and get out...they keep pulling me back in!" The song featured the vocal contributions of Fear Factory vocalist Burton C. Bell who says: "Of all the mind-bending albums I have been a part of, it took a version of a Rolling Stones song to get noticed. Who would have thought?"

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1. Cr4wf0rdT3x45J1ng0J4ngo writes:

f*** the grammys. And if Ministry accepts, f*** Ministry, too.

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2. That_One_Guy writes:

^^ CRAWFORD! Where you been dude???

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3. Diamond Oz writes:

OH MY GOD HE'S BACK!!!

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4. Blindgreed1 writes:

There's a name I haven't seen in quite some time. Where ya been Crawford?

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