Keys To The City (song)

Keys To The City (song)

"Keys to the City" is a song from American industrial metal band Ministry & Co Conspirators. It was written in late 2007 and presented as a gift to the Chicago Blackhawks and the Wirtz Family, owners of the Chicago Blackhawks, in December 2007. In late February 2008 it was embraced by the Chicago Blackhawks as a companion song to "Here Come the Hawks," the Blackhawks official theme song. It was written by Al Jourgensen (Ministry, Revolting Cocks), Joshua Bradford (Revolting Cocks) and Paul Raven (Killing Joke, Ministry). It is available as a download from iTunes as of 5 March 2008 with proceeds benefitting Blackhawks Charities. Al Jourgensen traveled to Chicago to celebrate the song's release, participating in media interviews and was honored at the March 5 home game played by the Chicago Blackhawks against the Anaheim Ducks.

This was the last single released by Ministry before Jourgensen retired the band in May 2008 (though the band did reform in August 2011).

The song was remixed by Revolting Cocks and featured in their 2009 release, Sex-O Olympic-O, as "Keys to the City (Vegas Mix)".

"Keys to the City" was also included in the soundtrack of the hockey video game NHL 10 published by EA Sports, which was released September 15, 2009 and featured Blackhawks star forward Patrick Kane on its cover.

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