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Background Noise: New Throbbing Gristle album

Posted in Background Noise by Ellard on June 13, 2007

The sound of Genesis Porridge’s false breasts. Here.

This Morning on background noise, two words only Throbbing Gristle.  Throbbing-Gristle or TG as they are more affectionately known are the founding fathers of industrial music.  They formed in October 1976 in England and their slogan was “industrial music for industrial people”. Richard has some words about the great importance of TG historically.  They Have Just Released their first recording in 25 years.  Called quite cryptically, Part Two: The Endless Not.  We will finish the morning with tracks chosen by Richard from our favourite throbbing-gristle record, DOA The Third and Final Report Of Throbbing-Gristle from 1981 .  For anyone unfamiliar the members are Chris Carter, Peter Christofferson, Cosey Fanni Tutti and Genesis Breyer P Orridge. The CD Is Released on the mute US label. It Is a Beautiful surprising mixture of the old TG industrial sound with an injection of some new fresh instrumentation and arrangements . The Sound is fresh and vital.  All Songs by throbbing Gristle 2004 –5.Three Tracks Now from Part Two: The Endless Not                                                                                                                                                     Vow of Silence                Separated                       Greasy Spoon                 They Have Been performing in Europe and America over the past year and recently over the first, second and third of June they had three public recording sessions At the Institute of contemporary Art in London called The Desert Shore installation project. They Were Recording Sessions for throbbing-gristle’s interpretation of the classic 1970 record The Desert Shore by Nico. The End Result of these recordings will be a CD in 2008.three more tracks now from the new Throbbing-Gristle album, Part Two: The Endless Not.Lyre Liar                         The Worm Waits Its Turn                                                                                                               After the Fall                   Instrumentation: Chris Carter — programming, rhythms, synthesisers, sampled sounds; Peter Christofferson — sampled sounds; Genesis Beyer P-Orridge — voices, bass guitar, violin; Cosey Fanni Tutti — lead guitar, cornet, sampled sounds.  Programming, production and mastering by Chris Carter.  Lyrics written by Genesis and design and art direction by Peter Christofferson.Now Richard with a selection from the classic 1978 throbbing-gristle album DOA The Third and Final Report on industrial records.The Official throbbing-gristle web site for a full history of TG and industrial records and complete discography.www.throbbing-gristle.com

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  1. Sandro said, on June 17, 2007 at 5:01 am

    A Great Opera this NONRADIO,
    very great persons behind!!!

    .:.V.:.I.:.T.:.R.:.I.:.O.:.L.:.V.:.M.:.

  2. loops said, on July 10, 2007 at 7:18 pm

    thank you Sandro and I am very pleased that you are enjoying background noise on the other side of the world.What Did You Think of the new throbbing-gristle album? Is it being played on radio in Italy? And is there experimental music played on the radio there ?

    Regards, John and Richard


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