The Industrial Records Story: 1976-1981 - Vinyl LP Record, Throbbing Gristle

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)

Title: The Industrial Records Story: 1976-1981 - Vinyl LP Record, Throbbing Gristle

Author Name: 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

Categories: Music, Industrial, Vinyl,

Publisher: London, Illuminated Records: 1984

Book Condition: Very Good +

Seller ID: 1054

Keywords: industrial music