Throbbing Gristle Part II

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Throbbing Gristle Part II

Beitragvon thono » Do Sep 21, 2006 23:44

TG have completed their first new studio album in 25 years

PART TWO - The Endless Not

Totemic Gift CD Special Limited Edition

At the request of TG the each of the initial CD pressing will include ONE of a series of FOUR different TG Totemic Gifts
in either copper, bone, rubber and wood.The gifts are built into the 'PART TWO' CD jewel case.
The Totemic Gifts were handmade under Peter Christopherson's personal supervison in Thailand.
Each of the Totemic Gift CDs comes in an edition of 1000.

Throbbing Gristle would like to make it clear that there is no inherent reason to possess all four objects. However, TG have made provision for those who do feel the need to own all four. Copies can be pre-ordered via Mute Bank mail order shop by specifically asking for a set of all four CDs. Mute Mail Order will have the most access to the full range
(and maybe even a special price).
Please Note: these special editions are sold at a regular CD prices and not some inflated collectors price.

'PART TWO' Track Listing

Vow of Silence
Rabbit Snare
Separated
Almost A Kiss
Greasy Spoon
Lyre Liar
Above The Below
Endless Not
The Worm Waits Its Turn
After The Fall

Total Playing time : 67:25RELEASED : APRIL 1st 2007

http://www.throbbing-gristle.com/tg/tg.html

Auf den Seiten des Ikonenmagazins gibt es ein Interview mit Chris Carter.

"Pretty much EVERYONE who pertains to be 'Industrial' has completely missed the point and take the term 'Industrial' far too literally. For us in the 70s'-80s' it was a way of life, a certain mindset and attitude of non-conformity. We were anti-facists, anti-communist, anti-music industry and anti-government. We still are. Industrial Music as a genre has become a Frankenstein's monster and bears no relationship to what we started in the 1970s'. It has become just another metal bashing sub-genre of goth, punk and rock. "

http://www.ikonenmagazin.de/interview/TG.htm
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Re: Throbbing Gristle Part II

Beitragvon manu » Do Sep 21, 2006 23:53

thono hat geschrieben:Industrial Music as a genre has become a Frankenstein's monster and bears no relationship to what we started in the 1970s'. It has become just another metal bashing sub-genre of goth, punk and rock. "


lol :lol:

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