Style: Industrial, Experimental
Format: MP3 FLAC FLAC MP4 VOC MOD WAV DTS AHX
FLAC size: 1784 mb | MP3 size: 1152 mb | WMA size: 1732 mb
By: Throbbing Gristle (2009, Electronic). More albums from Throbbing Gristle: Face Now ! by Throbbing Gristle. The Best Of’ Vol I by Throbbing Gristle. At The Factory, Manchester by Throbbing Gristle. At The London Film-Makers Co-Op by Throbbing Gristle. At Centro Iberico, London by Throbbing Gristle. The Second Annual Report by Throbbing Gristle. Keep On Running by Throbbing Gristle. View all albums . Gristleism. By: Throbbing Gristle (2009, Electronic).
Greatest Hits (subtitled Entertainment Through Pain) is a compilation of Throbbing Gristle material. Hamburger Lady" - 4:11. Hot on the Heels of Love" - 4:21. Six Six Sixties" - 2:07. Blood on the Floor" - 1:16. 20 Jazz Funk Greats" - 2:42.
Last updated Nov 2018).
We talked to Throbbing Gristle's Chris Carter about Gristleism, and the group's future plans. I was watching some footage of you manipulating an original Buddha box with a Gristleizer, was that part of the inspiration for making the Gristleism? We'll you'd think it would be but it wasn't. Those videos were made some time before we decided to make Gristleism. I was just manipulating and experimenting with the sounds, as is my wont with these things. At the beginning of the tour we began selling our brand new album The Third Mind Movements. Initially sales of it were very good but by the second show we were selling hardly any copies of it at all. We soon found out it had been copied and posted on a whole bunch of torrent sites, we even had people bringing CDR copies to shows for us to sign, the barefaced cheek of it!
When Throbbing Gristle first arose from the ashes of the radical art troupe COUM Transmissions, it was to expose audiences to music from the death factory. Everything negative about industry could be found in the group’s music - repetitive, shrill sounds and horrific vocals. Even when TG abandoned straight clanging horror to embrace parts of disco and gentler cosmic synths, their music could still oppress the listener.
Part Two (Throbbing Gristle album). In a similar vein to the band's 1978 album . A: The Third and Final Report, the album features four tracks each created by each individual member of the group. Bryin Dall was the co-writer and performer on the track by Genesis P-Orridge
Throbbing Gristle – Gristleism. Thirteen loops with a pitch bend wheel, volume control and loop switch. Comes in three colors: red, black and chrome. Concept Christiaan Virant. Designed in London & Beijing, Assembled in China. Limited to 600 units. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All.
Throbbing Gristle reunited during the early 2000s for performances, first issuing limited CD TG Now in 2004, followed by Part Two: Endless Not, their first studio album in over 20 years, in 2007. Also during the year, the group released Gristleism, a sound box based on FM3's legendary Buddha Machine. In 2010, P-Orridge decided to stop touring with TG (but not officially quit the band), so the rest of the members continued as X-TG
|3||Twenty Jazz Funk Greats|
|4||Thank You Brian|
|9||Sex String Theory|
|12||R & D|
|13||After After Cease To Exist|
- Art Direction [Direction], Design – Christiaan Virant, Jonathan Leijonhufvid, Throbbing Gristle
- Concept By – Christiaan Virant
- Other [Labour] – Passenger Pidgin, Yueniun Chan
NotesThirteen loops with a pitch bend wheel. Comes in three colors: red, black and chrome.
Sound © Throbbing Gristle.
Concept » Christiaan Virant
Designed in London & Beijing / Assembled in China
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 718122861118
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|IR2009005C, IR2009005||Throbbing Gristle||Gristleism (13xFile, EPR + Ltd, Chr)||Industrial Records, Industrial Records||IR2009005C, IR2009005||UK||2009|
|IR2009005B||Throbbing Gristle||Gristleism (13xFile, EPR + Bla)||Industrial Records||IR2009005B||UK||2009|