THROBBING GRISTLE DISCOGRAPHIES
IRC0: Best Of Volume I C90 1976 MONO Side One --------------- 1) Untitled 1 1:13 2) Untitled 2 [MP3] 2:24 3) Untitled 3 0:56 4) Untitled 4 1:45 5) Untitled 5 [MP3] 15:37 6) Untitled 6 1:45 7) Untitled 7 1:13 8) Untitled 8 [MP3] 3:06 9) Untitled 9 1:13 10) Untitled 10 1:01 11) Untitled 11 [MP3] 9:09 12) Untitled 12 (with vocals) [MP3] 6:39 13) Untitled 13 0:27 Side Two --------------- 1) Untitled 14 1:00 2) Untitled 15 0:40 3) Untitled 16 [MP3] 10:30 4) Untitled 17 1:13 5) Very Friendly (Part 1) [MP3] 11:55 6) Very Friendly (Part 2) [MP3] 10:13 7) We Hate You Little Girls (ver. 1) [MP3] 2:47 8) We Hate You Little Girls (ver. 2) [MP3] 2:50 9) American Magician Talking 1:01 10) Neil Young - New Mama / Look Out Joe [MP3] 2:59 notes: "All material previously unrelesased. This : tape was originally hand copied and sent to friends" : Incorectly marked as a C60 on the tape linear notes. : All the tracks on the tape are instrumental studio : demos except Untitled 12 and Very Friendly. : The versions of We Hate You Little Girls are : instrumentals, at the end of ver. 1 applause and : cheering can be heard as well someone saying : "thank you", at the end of ver. 2 Genesis can be : heard saying "It's getting worse, i'n' it?" : The second last track on the tape is a recording : of an American magician explaining a trick. : The last track is a very distorted recording of two : Neil Young songs - 'New Mama' starts, then is restarted : and runs into 'Look Out Joe' - the recordings is taken : from Young's 1975 album 'Tonight's The Night' IRC1: Best of Volume II C60 1977 STEREO Side One --------------- 1) Very Friendly (Studio) [MP3] 11:06 2) Very Friendly (ICA) [MP3] 4:01 3) Scars Of E (Studio) [MP3] 5:28 4) Slug Bait (Studio) [MP3] 4:41 5) Short Instrumental (Studio) [MP3] 3:28 Side Two --------------- 1) Slug Bait (ICA) [MP3] 4:19 2) 10p For A Pack Of Cigarettes (Studio) [MP3] 2:58 3) We Hate You Little Girls (Studio) [MP3] 2:03 4) Dead Hed (ICA) [MP3] 4:03 5) Dead Head (Winchester) 1:29 6) Whortle Of Sound (Winchester) [MP3] 13:17 7) The End (ICA) 1:28 IRC2: At the ICA C60 1977 STEREO "PROSTITUTION SHOW", I.C.A., London, England, 18th October, 1976 Inc. Very Friendly, We Hate You, Slugbait, Dead Ed, Zyklon B Zombie. IRC3: At the Air Gallery/Winchester C60 1977 MONO AIR GALLERY, London, 6th July, 1976 HAT FAIR, Winchester, England, 21st August,1976 Inc. Dead Ed, Very Friendly. IRC4: At the Nag's Head, High Wycombe C60 1977 STEREO NAGS HEAD, High Wycombe, England, 11th February, 1977 Inc. We Hate You, Slugbait, Zyklon B Zombie (40 mins). IRC5: At the Brighton Polytechnic C60 1977 MONO POLYTECHNIC, Brighton, 26th March, 1977 Inc. Zyklon B Zombie, Last Exit, Maggot Life, Mary Jane, Record Contract, One Note, One Life, One Purpose. IRC6: At Nuffield Theatre, Southampton C60 1977 STEREO NAGS HEAD, High Wycombe, England, 7th May, 1977 Inc. Industrial Introduction, National Afront. IRC7: At the Rat Club C60 1977 STEREO RAT CLUB, London, 22nd May, 1977 Inc. Tesco Disco, Fuck Off Cunt, One Pound Thirty Pence Wolverhampton, Goldilocks and the Three Fingers. IRC8: At the Highbury Roundhouse C60 1977 STEREO HIGHBURY ROUNDHOUSE, London, 29th Sept, 1977 Inc. Hit by a Rock, Blood on the Floor, You Me Here. IRC9: At the Art School Winchester C60 1977 BINAURAL STEREO ART COLLEGE, Winchester, 11th November, 1977 Inc. Dead Head, plus mainly instrumental. IRC10: At the Rat Club C60 1977 STEREO RAT CLUB, London, 17th December, 1977 In. White Christmas, Tesco Disco, Knife in My Side, Urge to Kill, Assume Power Focus, Wall of Sound. IRC11: At the Brighton Polytechnic C60 1977 BINAURAL STEREO POLYTECHNIC, Brighton, 28th February, 1978 Inc. E-Coli, Anthony, Why does Carol eat Brown Bread? He's My Friend, Wall of Sound. IRC12: At The Architectural Association C60 1978 BINAURAL STEREO ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION, London, 3rd March, 1978 Inc. Dead Ed, Wall of Sound, plus mainly instrumental. IRC13: At Goldsmith's College C60 1978 STEREO GOLDSMITH COLLEGE, London, 18th May, 1978 Inc. IBM, It's always the Way, Hamburger Lady (first version), Dead on Arrival (first version), Wall of Sound. IRC14: At The Industrial Training College C60 1978 STEREO INDUSTRIAL TRAINING COLLEGE, Wakefield, 1st July, 1978 Inc. IBM, Family Death, Cabaret Voltaire, Industrial Muzak, Hamburger Lady, Slugbait, Mother Spunk, Five Knuckle Shuffle, Whorle of Sound. IRC15: At the London Film Makers Co-Op C60 1978 STEREO FILM CO-OP, London, 6th July, 1978 Inc. IBM, new After Cease to Exist Soundtrack, Hamburger Lady, Mother Spunk, Five Knuckle Shuffle. IRC16: At the Crypt Club C60 1978 STEREO CRYPT CLUB, London, 11th November, 1978 Inc. Whistling Song, Tesco Disco, E-Coli, High Note. IRC17: At Centro Iberico C60 1979 STEREO CENTRO IBERICO, London, 21st January, 1979 Inc. Persuasion, Day Song, Five Knuckle Shuffle, Wall of Sound. IRC18: At Ajanta Cinema C60 1979 STEREO AJANTA CINEMA, Derby, England, 12th April, 1979 Inc. Weapon Training, Eee Ahh Oooh, Convincing People, Chat Up, Hamburger Lady, Day Song, Persuasion, Five Knuckle Shuffle. IRC19: At Now Society C60 1979 STEREO NOW SOCIETY, Sheffield, England, 25th April, 1979 Inc. Weapon Training, Convincing People, Hamburger Lady, Chat Up, Day Song, Persuastion, Five Knuckle Shuffle. IRC20: At the Factory C60 1979 STEREO THE FACTORY, Manchester, England, 18th May, 1979 Inc. Weapon Training, See You Are, Convinving People, Hamburger Lady, His Arm Was Her Leg, What a Day Persuasion, Five Knuckle Shuffle. IRC21: At Guild Hall C60 1979 BINAURAL STEREO GUILD HALL, Northampton, England, 26th May, 1979 Inc. Wall of Sound, No Bones, Ice Cool Down, They Make No Say, Hamburger Lady, Day Song, Saw Mill. IRC22: At the Y.M.C.A. C60 1979 BINAURAL STEREO Y.M.C.A., London, England, 3rd August, 1979 Inc. Convincing People, Hamburger Lady, Still Walking (first version), Persuasion, Day Song, Five Knuckle Shuffle, Wall of Sound. IRC23: In the Studio C60 19?? Side a MONO/ Inc. Pastimes, Industrial Muzak. Side b STEREO (previously unreleased studio recordings) IRC24: At Butlers Wharf C60 19?? BINAURAL STEREO BUTLERS WHARF, London, England, 23rd December, 1979 Inc. Gloria Leonard, Six Six Sixties, An Old Man Smiled, Anal Sex, Chariot and Galley. IRC25: At Leeds Fan Club C60 1980 BINAURAL STEREO LEEDS FAN CLUB, 24th February, 1980 Inc. Six Six Sixties, Subhuman, The World is a War Film, Something Came Over Me, Don't Do What You're Told Do What You Think. IRC26: At Scala Cinema C60 1980 BINAURAL SCALA CINEMA, London, England, 29th February, 1980 Inc. An Old Man Smiled, Subhuman, The World is a War Film, Something Came Over Me, Don't Do What You're Told Do What You Think. IRC29: At Goldsmiths College C60 1980 Side a BINAURAL STEREO GOLDSMITHS COLLEGE, London, England, 13th March, 1980 Side b STEREO Inc. An Old Man Smiled, Russ, Subhumans, Heathen Earth, World is a War Film, Don't Do What You're Told Do What You Think. IRC30: At Oundle Public School C60 1980 BINAURAL OUNDLE PUBLIC SCHOOL, 16th March, 1980 Inc. An Old Man SMiled, Subhumans, Heathen Earth, Something Came Over Me, Don't Do What You're Told Do What You Think, Wall of Sound. IRC33: At Sheffield University C60 1980 BINAURAL STEREO SHEFFIELD UNIVERSITY, England, 10th June, 1980 Inc. Heathen Earth, Strangers in the Night, We Said No, Flesh Eaters. 24 HOURS: A boxed set of cassettes. Twenty-four of TGs most recent performances plus two C90 cassettes taken from a TG radio interview. Presented in a small attache case, complete with personalized handmade collage and various autographed pictures. IRCA: Coupled only with TG24 C90 1980 BINAURAL STEREO IRCB: Coupled only with TG24 C90 1980 BINAURAL STEREO OTHER CASSETTES: (basically all non-industrial cassettes are bootlegs, but TG had a very open policy about bootlegging live shows) BEYOND FUNK JAZZ Rough Tapes - Copy 009 UK Invocation / Summoning / Rite of Death / Persuasion / Still Walking / Eclipse (for Tanith) / Murder of thee Abyss / Tokyo Summer / Spirits Flying / Discipline / Termination notes: TG Psychic Rally In Heaven, 23rd December 1980 London THE KILL Innersleeve on XXX (cat no X.1) notes: No further details are given on the sleeve. The recording is, however, : just a copy of IRC 20. Live at The Factory, Manchester 18 May 1979. : Limited edition of 100 MUSIC FOR DREAMACHINE 1,2,3,4,5 No Label notes: A tape featuring track 5 from Heathen Earth (later titled Dreamachine) : played 5 times in a row, meant for listening to while using a dreamachine MUSIC FROM THE DEATH FACTORY: recorded 12 June 1976 and 18 June 1976 Reflection Press C60 Side One --------------- 1) 12 June 1976 Studio Jam [MP3] 31:35 Side Two --------------- 1) 18 June 1976 Studio Jam [MP3] 29:28 notes: Two thirty minute studio jams, one on each side. : Possibly hand copied by Albrect D MUSIC FROM THE DEATH FACTORY - THROBBING GRISTLE WITH ALBRECT D 30 July 1976 Reflection Press C60 Side One --------------- 1) 30 July 1976 Studio Jam (Part 1) [MP3] 31:04 Side Two --------------- 1) 30 July 1976 Studio Jam (Part 2) [MP3] 30:06 notes: A sixty minute studio jam, split over both tape sides. : Possibly hand copied by Albrect D NEW TG Volume 1 and 2 No label 2xC60 notes: Two sixty minute tapes of previously unreleased studio material. : No track listings. Recorded, London 1976, Released 1982 NOTHING SHORT OF A TOTAL WAR Total War Tapes 01 Cause For Concern - CFC 016 Side One --------------- 1) Epping Forest 3:04 2) M.F.D.F. 11:09 3) Zyclon B Zombie 3:36 4) Maggot Death 2:54 5) M.F.D.F. II 8:11 6) Untitled 3:38 Side Two --------------- 1) We Hate You Little Girls 1:29 2) We Hate You Little Girls II 1:56 3) Dead'ed 16:34 4) No 2 Ways 4:56 5) Slugbait 5:08 6) Slugbait II 2:59 7) We Hate You Little Girls III 2:19 notes: A ninety minute tape of unreleased studio material from 1977. : Originally released in a limited edition of 23 copies with a colour xerox : cover and information sheet, subsequently re-released on Cause for Concern : Tapes with a b/w copy of the cover and the info. sheet in an edition of 230. : When these sold out it was put out yet again in a new cover, in an : unlimited edition. THROBBING GRISTLE WITH ALBRECHT D 23 July 1976 Live at 10 Martello St. Hackney, London Reflection Press C60 Side One --------------- 1) 23 July 1976 Studio Jam (Part 1) [MP3] 30:52 Side Two --------------- 1) 23 July 1976 Studio Jam (Part 2) [MP3] 30:29 notes: A sixty minute studio jam, split over both tape sides. : Possibly hand copied by Albrect D 23 Drifts to Guestling Nanavesh Number 4 - NANA 004 23 February 1983 Iham Products Side One --------------- 1) I'd like to get that bastard 0:15 2) Slug Bait read in Yugoslavian 1:02 3) I could never be Andy Wharhol's mother-Joan Armstrong 1:19 4) Death Threat 0:12 5) Want you to kill - TG in The Death Factory [MP3] 3:47 6) Monte Cazzaza speaks about E 0:46 7) Sleazy plays one of his favourite records [MP3] 2:17 8) Gearge meets Tinkerbell 0:19 9) Fuckin' Hell! 0:05 10) Newsbeat radio special on the Prostitution exhibition atter ICA 0:47 11) The preparation for the corruption ov Oundle public school 0:38 12) Welcome to the Tesco disco - but sophisticated style 1:54 13) Paris remembers Gary 0:10 14) Gary does Shakespeare 0:57 15) E remembers G.G. 0:49 16) E and Monte remember vicious times 0:50 17) The first outing ov thv Psychick Youth - E talks atter Sheffield 1:27 18) Does E exist ? - Adi Newton of Clock DVA 0:04 19) Bingo 23 0:12 20) E plays his favourite track - Mumba by Martin Denny [MP3] 3:55 21) Interview on LBC prior to the Lyceum performance [MP3] 2:52 22) Extract from the first ever COUM performance DRY-BLOOD TAMPAX 1:41 23) Fist fuckers ov America - vocal track by Monte Cazzaza 1:35 24) The Balloon Burst - extract from the first solo album by Genesis P-Orridge. (1967, The Early Worm) [MP3] 2:51 Side Two ------------ 25) We all die (first ov many) 0:04 26) Monte adores E 0:59 27) Leave Jesus on the cross - Millions like us [MP3] 4:51 28) Keep fighting against control - E and Sleazy talking 0:27 29) John Peel plays UNITED 0:42 30) Stained by dead horses - COUM [MP3] 2:52 31) E interviewed on KFJC San Jose radio station 1:56 32) Sleazy talks about Industrial on KFJC 0:42 33) Process - TG in The Death Factory [MP3] 3:02 34) Tomorrow belongs to me - East End style 0:43 35) Monte goes Coumpletely over the top 1:00 36) Charlie and his MAM 0:35 37) Sleazy talks about TG 0:49 38) Sleazy on control 0:43 39) Throbbing Disco 0:04 40) Nature's Trick 0:04 41) Charlie and the CHAIR 0:11 42) E talks to Frank Zappa 0:39 43) E talks about his lyrics 0:17 44) E talks about Hamburger Lady [MP3] 2:20 45) Goodbye George NO 0:18 46) Original demo ov Stolen Kisses - Alex Fergusson [MP3] 2:16 47) Sharon was Beautiful 0:49 48) Is squeaky afraid ov death? 0:11 49) Voice from the rubble 0:10 50) Atom Bomb Whorle ov sound [MP3] 2:45 51) Prepare yourself for the fight ander solution.. 0:54 notes: Not strictly a TG cassette, but there's enough archive material on : here to make it an important release. Various phone calls, snatches : of conversation, demos and unreleased material make up the tape. : Originally released with information sheets/photos. : The cassette was compiled by Dave Tibet 93 and released with the : permission of Genesis. Nanavesh was a TG 'appreciation society', : which worked closely with TG. The first three issues of Nanavesh were : publications. The tape was the last issue. Note: track times may vary from ones listed here, as tapes warp with age.