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Genesis P-Orridge Exhibition Poster - Psychic TV, COUM Transmissions, Throbbing Gristle, COUM Transmissions, VAV Gallery
1 COUM Transmissions, VAV Gallery Genesis P-Orridge Exhibition Poster - Psychic TV, COUM Transmissions, Throbbing Gristle
Montreal VAV Gallery 2003 Limited, Numbered Poster Fine 
Montreal: VAV Gallery, 2003. Limited, Numbered. Fine. [COUM Transmissions] Genesis P-Orridge Exhibition Montreal: VAV Gallery, Concordia University, 2003, number 80 of an edition of 400. Screen printed in black and grey on white paper, 13 3/8 by 23 3/4-inches. Printer and limitation numbers stamped on verso. Fine. Poster for a solo exhibition held in March 2003 which included a COUM Transmissions retrospective, interactive performances with Genesis, etc. Designed and printed by Serigraphie Populaire in Montreal.

 
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Unsound Vol. 1 No. 1, 1983 - Industrial Music Zine, Davenport, William; Christopher Rankin, eds.
2 Davenport, William; Christopher Rankin, eds. Unsound Vol. 1 No. 1, 1983 - Industrial Music Zine
San Francisco Unsound 1983 First edition Paperback Very Good 
San Francisco: Unsound, 1983. First edition. Very Good. Davenport, William; Christopher Rankin, eds. Unsound Vol. 1 No. 1. San Francisco: Unsound, September 1983. Staple-bound wraps, newsprint, 8 3/8 by 10 7/8-inches, 39 pp. Light yellowing throughout, darkening along edges of the wraps and leaves, two tiny nicks on the bottom and top edge of the front cover, small closed tear and chip on bottom edge of back cover. Premier issue of one of the better (read more professional) pre-dance industrial ‘zines that lasted until 1988. An impressive lineup for a first issue, including interviews with Perry Webb of Culturcide, Nick Cave, promoter Paul Ratt, and DJ Ray Farrel; show reviews for Z’ev, P.I.L., Sheedy, and a White House non-show review; and articles on the experimental underground in L.A., pain and pleasure (sexual opinion by Dirk Banda), Brian Gysin, Debt of Nature, short record reviews, etc.

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Abstract Magazine 6 – Audio Visual [LP and Magazine], Deacon, Rob; Collin Talbo, eds.
3 Deacon, Rob; Collin Talbo, eds. Abstract Magazine 6 – Audio Visual [LP and Magazine]
[London] Sweatbox Records 1985 LP Record Very Good 
LP complete with original sleeve, printed plastic outer sleeve, and copy of Abstract Magazine (Staple-bound wraps, 22 by 30.8 cm, 36 pp. incld. covers, illus.), publisher #SAM006. The sleeve and plastic sleeve are very good with minor edge wear, with some small splits to the edges of the plastic sleeve; the magazine is good with cover creases and scuffs; and the LP is very good with only faint signs of use – it plays through with no issues. Ten tracks of industrial, electronic and experimental music, including In The Nursery, Workforce, Xymox, Blurt, Clair Obscur, A Certain Ratio, The Anti Group, Chakk, Hula, and A Primary Industry. Most of the tracks are exclusive to this LP or are exclusive remixes. A collaboration between Abstract Magazine and Sweatbox, the well-illustrated magazine includes write-up and interviews with the bands. Produced by Rob Deacon, who also founded the influential Volume Magazine and Deviant Records. Deacon died in a canoeing accident in 2007. First Edition. 
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The Industrial Records Story: 1976-1981 - Vinyl LP Record, Throbbing Gristle, Gold, Terry; Industrial Records Ltd., Monte Cazazza, Leather Nun, Rental’Leer, Surgical Penis Klinik  (SPK ), Cabaret Voltaire, Elisabeth Welch, Clock DVA, Dorothy, Throbbing Gristle, William S. Burroughs, Terry Gold
4 Gold, Terry; Industrial Records Ltd., Monte Cazazza, Leather Nun, Rental’Leer, Surgical Penis Klinik (SPK ), Cabaret Voltaire, Elisabeth Welch, Clock DVA, Dorothy, Throbbing Gristle, William S. Burroughs, Terry Gold The Industrial Records Story: 1976-1981 - Vinyl LP Record, Throbbing Gristle
London Illuminated Records 1984 Very Good + 
London: Illuminated Records, 1984 Very Good + Gold, Terry; Industrial Records Ltd The Industrial Records Story: 1976-1981 London: Illuminated Records, 1984 LP, black vinyl with original sleeve Record is fine, sleeve has only very minor edge and corner wear Industrial Records was founded in 1976 by the members of Throbbing Gristle out of a necessity to get their recordings published and into the hands of the public This excellent survey of IR releases covers the disparate artists they promoted, from Elisabeth Welch and SPK, William S Burroughs to Clock DVA Tracks include: “We Hate You (Littl Girls)” by Throbbing Gristle; “To Mom on Mother’s Day” by Monte Cazazza; “Slow Death” by Leather Nun; “Day Breaks/Night Heals” by Rental’Leer; “Mekano” by Surgical Penil Klinik (SPK); “Sunday Night in Biot” by Cabaret Voltaire; “Stormy Weather” by Elisabeth Welch; “Silent” by Clock DVA; “I Confess” by Dorothy; “Distant Dreams (Part Two)” by Throbbing Gristle; and “Nothing Here Now…” by William S Burroughs The back of the sleeve includes a short essay by Terry Gold and a brief “Where Are They Now” bio of each artist (os)

 
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Artitude: The Audiofile Magazine, Number Six, March 1985 - Psychic TV, Cabaret Voltaire, Gerechtigkeits Liga, John Zorn, Howard, Carl
5 Howard, Carl Artitude: The Audiofile Magazine, Number Six, March 1985 - Psychic TV, Cabaret Voltaire, Gerechtigkeits Liga, John Zorn
New York Artitude 1985 First edition Tabloid Very Good 
New York: Artitude, 1985. First edition. Very Good. [Psychic TV] Howard, Carl. Artitude: The Audiofile Magazine, Number Six. Bayside, New York: Artitude, March 1985, number six. Newsprint, 11 3/8 by 15-inches, 12 pp. Yellowed, a few light wrinkles and a 1 1/4-inch closed tear on the bottom edge of the front half of the paper. Founded in 1984, Artitude focused on alternative composers, both contemporary and historical. It lasted for twelve issues over two years. This issue includes a cover article on Psychic TV, and coverage of Cabaret Voltaire, the German group Gerechtigkeits Liga, part two of an interview with avant-garde composer John Zorn, etc.

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Psychic TV Electric Newspaper Vols. 1 – 4 (Industrial Music), Custom Slipcase, P-Orridge, Genesis; Larry Thrasher, eds.
6 P-Orridge, Genesis; Larry Thrasher, eds. Psychic TV Electric Newspaper Vols. 1 – 4 (Industrial Music), Custom Slipcase
Berlin-Chicago Dossier/Invisible Records 1994-1997 AudioCD Fine 
Berlin-Chicago: Dossier/Invisible Records, 1994-1997. Fine. [Psychic TV, Industrial Music] P-Orridge, Genesis; Larry Thrasher, eds. Electric Newspaper Vols. 1 – 4. Four audio CDs (all published), housed in a custom slipcase. The slipcase is covered in burgundy cloth with a paper spine label depicting the “Psychic Cross,” the symbol of thee Temple ov Psychic Youth, Psychic TV, et al. The Electric Newspaper was a result of Genesis P-Orridge wanting to archive what remained of the Psychic TV sample files after most were lost in a 1995 fire. Genesis’ collaboration with Larry Thrasher, a producer and experimental musician, saw four issues of the Electric Newspaper come to fruition (purportedly two issues remain unreleased). Aside from a twelve minute interview with Brion Gysin in issue three, these CDs resemble a stream-of-conscious-type recording with a myriad of samples, ambient music, sound collages, and people speaking. All the issues are labeled “all is free, sampling is permitted,” as well as a 1967 quote from Emmett Grogan of the Diggers: “It’s yours, because it’s free!” From issue one: “This CD is compiled from the audio archive of Psychic TV, Genesis P-Orridge and Transmedia Foundation. It is intended to be multi-functional and it is here to be re-used. The raw materials, loops, sonic maps and trance routines included may be listened to as a Kaotic [sic] entertainment; as a navigational exploration of brain and expectation; or as a resource to be sampled, reworked, adjusted and processed by other individuals for their own personal works and their own ends. Any and all interpretations are valid. This is NOT a formularised ‘Sampling CD.’ Rather, it is a description from a different perspective, of the eclectic and unique world which Psychic TV and their collaborators have inhabited in various forms and incarnations from 1960 to the present. This is an ELECTRIC NEWSPAPER, a quarterly publication programmed to preserve and make accessible to the maximum number of travelers multiple land-escapes, with the greatest potential stimulation and communication.” The first three volumes were published under the auspices of Psychic TV, with the final volume under the moniker “Splinter Test,” the name given to the P-Orridge/Thrasher collaboration. $100.00 Four volumes, complete. Included are… Psychic TV. Electric Newspaper Issue One. Berlin: Dossier, 1994. Contains a single 74 minute track. As new, shrinkwrapped. Psychic TV. Electric Newspaper Issue Two. Berlin: Dossier, 1995. Contains a single 72 minute track. Near fine with some light scuffing to the jewel case. Psychic TV. Electric Newspaper Issue Three. Berlin: Dossier, 1995. Seven untitled tracks followed by an interview with Brion Gysin by Genesis. As new, shrinkwrapped. Splinter Test. Electric Newspaper Issue Four. Chicago: Invisible Records, 1997. Ninety-two untitled tracks. As new, shrinkwrapped.

 
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Sordide Sentimental - Psychic TV Descending, Psychic TV,  Sordide Sentimental
7 Psychic TV, Sordide Sentimental Sordide Sentimental - Psychic TV Descending
Rouen Sordide Sentimental 1985 Limited Edition Compact Disc Very Good + 
Rouen: Sordide Sentimental, 1985. Limited Edition. Very Good +. [Psychic TV] Psychic TV “Descending.” Rouen, France: Sordide Sentimental, 1985, number 4218 of a limited edition of 5000 copies. Compact disc (not released in any other format, though this disc was later rereleased by SS without the booklet) in jewel case with original artwork and 16-page cover booklet. Light scuffing to case and light scratches on disc (did not appear to affect playback when listened through). A later release from Sordide Sentimental, which was founded in 1978, which documents a live Psychic TV performance in Rouen at “Exo 7” in 1984. Eight tracks, including “Enochian Calls,” “Love Damage,” “Tape Sex,” “Unclean Monks,” “Ov Power,” “Thee Shining,” “Colour Climax,” and a thirteen-minute version of PTV’s biggest hit, “Unclean.” The booklet includes two essays, in French and English by SS co-founder Jean Pierre Turmel and a cover collage by Yves Von Bontee.

 
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Sleep Chamber Concert Flyer - Industrial Music, Sleep Chamber
8 Sleep Chamber Sleep Chamber Concert Flyer - Industrial Music
Cambridge Sleep Chamber 1989 original Broadside Near Fine 
Cambridge: Sleep Chamber, 1989. original. Near Fine. 5035. [Sleep Chamber] Sleep Chamber Concert Flyer. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1989. Broadside, 8 1/2 by 11-inches. Original concert flyer for Sleep Chamber’s May 13, 1989, concert at the Lizard Lounge in Cambridge (“corner of Mass Av and Harrison Av”). Near fine with faint dimpling at the lower left. Sleep Chamber (now performing as SLEEPCHAMBER) is a prolific industrial band formed in Boston in 1982 around frontman John Zewizz. Known for their graphic imagery on stage, this flyer features a repurposed image of a nun with Sleep Chamber’s double-e logo on her forehead, backed by explicit porn ads. $20.00

 
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RE/Search Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Vale, V., ed.
9 Vale, V., ed. RE/Search Nos. 1, 2 and 3
San Francisco RE/Search-Rough Trade-Searchlight Pulishing Paperback Very Good 
Tabloid newspaper, 11 1/4 by 17 1/2-inches. The first three issues of RE/Search, one first printing and two reprints. The tabloid ‘zine that morphed, with issue 4/5, into a book publisher that specialized in subculture themes like industrial music, tattooing and piercing, “strange” films and music, etc. Founded by V. Vale, who published the venerable Search & Destroy from 1977 to 1979. Included are: RE/Search 1. 1988 reprint (originally published in 1980), 36 pp. Newsprint is yellowed with light edge wear and small chips, and a 5 1/2-inch tear at the center crease of the front cover. Includes articles on The Slits, punk prostitutes, Cabaret Voltaire, J.G. Ballard, Throbbing Gristle, Sun-Ra, Non; RE/Search 2. 1981 (original printing), 36 pp. Light yellowing and a few small tears. Articles on Monte Cazazza, Diane Di Prima, performance artist Z’ev, musician and producer James Blood Ulmer, a German electronic music chart, “A Novices Guide to West African Music;” RE/Search 3. 1988 reprint (originally published in 1981), 40 pp. Light yellowing and edge wear. Articles on Fela Kuti, Kathy Acker, Sordide Sentimental, female modification, S&M lesbians, SPK, cannibalism, etc. 
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RE/Search #4/5: William S. Burroughs, Brion Gysin and Throbbing Gristle, Vale, V.; Andrea Juno, eds.
10 Vale, V.; Andrea Juno, eds. RE/Search #4/5: William S. Burroughs, Brion Gysin and Throbbing Gristle
San Francisco RE/Search Publications 1982 Paperback Very Good 
1982, later printing with an ad for RE/Search #10 at the back. Glossy wraps, 21.3 by 28 cm, 94 (6) pp., well-illustrated. Very good with minor wear to the covers. An outstanding book with essays about and by, and interviews with W.S. Burroughs, Gysin, and the members of the industrial group Throbbing Gristle (and COUM). A classic. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA, ILAB) is dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. 
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RE/Search #6/7: Industrial Culture Handbook, Vale, V.; Andrea Juno, eds.
11 Vale, V.; Andrea Juno, eds. RE/Search #6/7: Industrial Culture Handbook
San Francisco RE/Search Publications May 1986 third reprint Paperback Very Good + 
Glossy wraps, 21.3 by 28 cm, 139 pp., well-illustrated. Very good with minor wear to the covers and a few turned page corners. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. An “essential reference guide to the deviant performance artists and musicians of the industrial culture movement. Features Survival Research Laboratories, Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire, SPK, Non, Monte Cazazza, Johanna Went, Sordide Sentimental, R&N, and Z'ev. Some topics discussed: new brain research, forbidden medical texts & films, creative crime and interesting criminals, modern warfare and weaponry, neglected gore films and their directors, psychotic lyrics in past pop songs, art brut. Ten interviews, essays, quotations, chronologies, bibliographies, discographies, filmographies, sources, and index.” We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA, ILAB) is dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. 
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