Annotation

This is the European release version of WITH SYMPATHY. Entitled WORK FOR LOVE, possibly to expand on the overseas popularity of the single, this is the same record except with a different, out-of-order tracklisting. "What He Say" is for some reason called "Do the Etawa".

Some overseas copies of the album were pressed with the title WITH SYMPATHY on the cover, but contains the tracks for the WORK FOR LOVE release. The German release is one of them.

From: http://www.prongs.org/ministry/discog_html

Annotation last modified on 2012-06-10 14:39 UTC.

Tracklist

Cassette 1
# Title Rating Length
A1 Work for Love
4:45
A2 Do the Etawa
3 4:04
A3 I Wanted to Tell Her
5:21
A4 Say You're Sorry
4:17
B1 Here We Go
3:22
B2 Effigy
3 3:51
B3 Revenge
5 3:48
B4 She's Got a Cause
3:36
B5 Should Have Known Better
4:24

Credits

Cassette 1

bass guitar:
Brad Hallen (tracks A2, B1)
Martin Sorenson (track A3)
bass guitar and keyboard:
Robert Roberts (track A1)
drums:
Stephen George (tracks A2–A4, B2–B3)
Al Jourgensen (track B5)
drums and percussion:
Stephen George (tracks A1, B4)
guitar:
Al Jourgensen (tracks A1, A3, B2)
Walter Turbitt (track A3)
percussion:
Vince Ely (track A2)
keyboard:
John Davis (keyboard player) (tracks A1, A3, B4)
Al Jourgensen (track A2)
Robert Roberts (tracks A3, B3–B4)
keyboard and percussion:
Vince Ely (track A1)
saxophone:
Bob Suber (track A4)
horn:
Ministry of Horns (track A2)
guitars and keyboard:
Al Jourgensen (track B2)
choir vocals:
Ziv Gidron (track A2)
composer:
Al Jourgensen (tracks A2, B2)
other vocals:
Ziv Gidron (track A2)
producer:
Vince Ely (tracks A2, B2)
Ian Taylor (Rock Producer/Engineer) (tracks A2, B2)
vocals:
Al Jourgensen (tracks A2, B2)
Doreen Chanter (track A4)
Shay Jones (track A3)
Marybeth O'Hara (tracks A1, B3)
Antonia de Portago (track A1)
recording of:
Effigy (I'm Not An) (track B2)
What He Say (track A2)