A song by legendary Industrial Metal act Ministry from 1984. Usually found only on compilation albums. The song was written in defense of the Goth subculture and criticizes making fun of people who are different. The song greatly represents Ministry's early synthpop style and was rarely performed in concert after the band became Industrial Metal.
Ministry fan A: Dude Ministry's a great band.

Ministry fan B: The only album you have by them is Psalm 69. Great album, but if you were a real fan you'd have a copy of the song Everyday is Halloween, you may not even believe it is Ministry.
by Gaaraofthedamned December 27, 2010

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