Long before the stigma of selling out over licensing music to TV commercials died away, Ministry’s Al Jourgensen was making money by writing jingles.
In the early 80s, Ministry was still a struggling act with Uncle Al having to find side gigs to make ends meet. One of his jobs was writing jingles for television and radio “to help support our drug habits, pay the rent, and feed the baby.”
The contract was with an agency called Huffy. This was one of his creations.
(Via Boing Boing)