Oct 21, 2015

RhoDeo 1542 Aetix

Hello, tonight Champions league saw a brilliant battle between Arsenal and Bayern Munich latter had 68% possesion but lost 2-0 first goal an extremely lucky one when the ball fell on the hand/head of the falling Giroud just before Lewandowski missed his biggest change of the game, in extra time again after a Lewandowski chance and a not given corner, Arsenal scored in a counter. Bayern lacked creativity to shred the Arsenal defense that really outplayed themselves, next week perhaps Robben will be able to to take down the defense at least cause some free kicks in the danger zone Bayern failed in that regard today. In the end a lucky win for Arsenal for pure perseverance

Abrasive, aggressive, and antagonistic, Britain's Throbbing Gristle pioneered industrial music; exploring death, mutilation, fascism, and degradation amid a thunderous cacophony of mechanical noise, tape loops, extremist anti-melodies, and bludgeoning beats, the group's cultural terrorism -- the "wreckers of civilization," one tabloid called them -- raised the stakes of artistic confrontation to new heights, combating all notions of commerciality and good taste with a maniacal fervor. ... N'Joy

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Throbbing Gristle were an English music and visual arts group that evolved from the performance art group COUM Transmissions. The band comprised Genesis P-Orridge (born Neil Megson; bass guitar, violin, vocals, vibraphone), Cosey Fanni Tutti (born Christine Newby; guitars, cornet, vocals), Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson (tapes, found sounds, horns, piano, vibraphone, synthesizer) and Chris Carter (synthesizers, tapes, electronics). The band is widely viewed, along with contemporaries Cabaret Voltaire, as having created the industrial music genre. The group disbanded in 1981, but the individual members went on to participate in other projects, and reformed in 2004 for a second stint before disbanding again in 2010 after the death of Peter Christopherson.

Throbbing Gristle evolved from the performance art group COUM Transmissions, which was formed in Kingston upon Hull by a group of performers centred on Genesis P-Orridge and Cosey Fanni Tutti. The final performance of COUM Transmissions in 1976 was also the debut of Throbbing Gristle.[citation needed]

Throbbing Gristle's confrontational live performances and use of often disturbing imagery, including pornography and photographs of Nazi concentration camps, gave the group a notorious reputation. However, the group always maintained that their mission was to challenge and explore the darker and obsessive sides of the human condition rather than to make attractive music.[citation needed] Throbbing Gristle made extensive use of pre-recorded tape-based samples[5] and special effects to produce a distinctive, highly distorted background, usually accompanied by lyrics or spoken-word performances by Cosey Fanni Tutti or Genesis P-Orridge. Though they asserted they wanted to provoke their audience into thinking for themselves rather than pushing any specific agenda (as evidenced by the song "Don't Do As You're Told, Do As You Think" on Heathen Earth), Throbbing Gristle also frequently associated with the anarchist punk scene. They appeared in the fanzine Toxic Grafity, with a condensation of their own propaganda parody series, Industrial News.

In 1977, they released their debut single, "United"/"Zyklon B Zombie", followed by an album, The Second Annual Report. Although pressed in a limited initial run of 786 copies on the band's own Industrial Records label, it was later re-released on Mute Records due to high demand; however, this later release was reversed with all tracks playing backwards and in reverse order. This was followed by a series of albums, singles and live performances over a four-year period.

On 29 May 1981, Throbbing Gristle performed at the Kezar Pavilion in San Francisco, California, United States. This concert marked the end of the group and its mission. As Cosey succinctly put it, "TG broke up because me and Gen broke up".
Genesis P-Orridge and Peter Christopherson went on to form Psychic TV, while Cosey Fanni Tutti and Carter continued to record together under the names of Chris and Cosey, Carter Tutti and Creative Technology Institute. Christopherson later went on to become half of the band Coil with his partner and fellow Psychic TV member, the late John Balance. Meanwhile, Gen (now known as Genesis Breyer P-Orridge) subsequently formed Thee Majesty and PTV3 with the help of her wife, the late Jacqueline "Jaye" Breyer.

In 2004, Throbbing Gristle briefly reunited to record and release the limited album TG Now. On 2 April 2007, TG released the album Part Two, which the group had finished recording in Berlin. With the exception of TG Now, it was their first studio album in twenty five years. It was originally set to be released by Mute Records in September 2006 but was delayed for unknown reasons.[citation needed]

In March 2007, Side-Line announced Part Two's final release date, adding that a string of special live events would take place in 2007.[7]

A seven-disc DVD set, titled TGV, was issued in 2007.[8] The set contains old and new footage of the band. TGV came packaged in a deluxe box with a 64-page book, all designed by Christopherson.[9]

The group performed a re-interpretation of their debut album The Second Annual Report twice in 2008 to mark thirty years since its original release. The performance in Paris on 6 June was issued as a limited edition framed vinyl set entitled The Thirty-Second Annual Report, which was limited to 777 copies (as the group claim the original was, although other sources claim that there were 785). Throbbing Gristle worked to record an album based on their interpretation of Nico's album Desertshore. The group issued the entirety of the recording sessions for this album as a limited edition twelve-CD set packaged in a custom CD wallet, The Desertshore Installation, which sold out via mail order from the group's website.

In April 2009, Throbbing Gristle toured the United States, appearing at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Chicago. A new release was made available at these shows, The Third Mind Movements, which was edited from jams recorded during the Desertshore recording sessions.

A collaboration with Cerith Wyn Evans titled A=P=P=A=R=I=T=I=O=N was displayed at Tramway, Glasgow from the 7 August to 27 September 2009. Throbbing Gristle contributed a multi-channel soundtrack that was played through sixteen hanging Audio Spotlight sound panels that Evans had incorporated into his sculpture. In November 2009, Throbbing Gristle and Industrial Records released their version of the Buddha Machine called Gristleism. It was designed by Throbbing Gristle and Christiaan Virant based on FM3's design. Gristleism offers more loops and almost twice the frequency range of the Buddha Machine. The player comes in three colors: black, chrome and red.

On 29 October 2010, Throbbing Gristle announced on their website that Genesis P-Orridge had informed them that she was no longer willing to perform with Throbbing Gristle and would be returning to her home in New York. Chris, Cosey and Christopherson would finish the tour under the name X-TG. P-Orridge's website stated that she had not quit Throbbing Gristle and had just stopped participating on the current tour; it also said that an explanation would be released when all things were cleared up. However, on 24 November 2010, Christopherson died in his sleep at the age of 55, and the band subsequently dissolved.

In 2011, Industrial Records had an official "re-activation", as TG's contract with Mute Records had expired. Since TG has permanently disbanded following the death of Christopherson, the label's plan is to re-release the original TG albums (The Second Annual Report, D.o.A: The Third and Final Report, 20 Jazz Funk Greats, Heathen Earth and Greatest Hits) on the label. Originally intended to be released en masse on 26 September 2011, they had to delay due to a Sony DADC warehouse fire in London. The plan changed to issue each album chronologically once per week starting on Halloween 2011 with The Second Annual Report and ending 28 November with Greatest Hits.

Industrial Records announced that a double album, called Desertshore/The Final Report, would be released on 26 November 2012. Chris and Cosey produced the album, with the participation of guest vocalists Antony Hegarty (from Antony and the Johnsons), Blixa Bargeld (from Einstürzende Neubauten), Marc Almond (from Soft Cell), film director Gaspar Noé and former pornstar Sasha Grey.

A group decision had been made prior to Christopherson's death that the album would be recorded afresh, as they were not satisfied with the ICA recordings. Christopherson had been the driving force behind the project and had been working on the record in Bangkok with Danny Hyde, even getting custom instruments made to use for the album. "It was Sleazy's project, then Cosey and Sleazy's, then I came in on it", Carter explained in an interview with The Quietus.[19] After Christopherson died, the Desertshore instruments were given to Carter and Cosey and they have been combining the recordings he had been making with the work they had done themselves. They have announced plans to debut the album live at AV Festival on 17 March 2012 accompanied by a screening of Philippe Garrel's film The Inner Scar "for which Desertshore was soundtrack and inspiration"

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One of the last recordings of a TG performance,namely, the "TG Psychic Rally In Heaven", 23rd December 1980, London.
 After Cosey had copped off with electro boffin Chris Carter and dumped Genesis, the tensions within the group were soon to force a split. Though the band were on the top of their form on this cassette.Great stuff, including an excellent version of 'Discipline' and ending with the Coronation Street Theme, what more could a budding sonic terrorist want? Not forgetting a picture which boasts a picture of Cosey blowing a horn.

Throbbing Gristle - Funk Beyond Jazz  (flac 350mb)

01 Invocation- Vision Serpent 13:06
02 Summoning- Shield Jaguar
03 Rite Of Daath- Balam-Lx
04 Persuasion- Lady Xoc 5:57
05 Still Waking- Bird Jaguar 5:16
06 Elipse- Manche Chol 5:41
07 Murder Thee Abyss- Bac-T'ul 1:29
08 Perforator God- Quadripartite 6:19
09 Spirits Flying-Chac- Xib-Chac 1:29
10 Disciplined- Paddler Gods 5:33
11 The Scattering... 10:04
Throbbing Gristle - Funk Beyond Jazz    (ogg  152 mb )

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This album was recorded on Saturday the 16th of February 1980 between 8.10pm and 9.00pm in front of an invited audience at the studios of Industrial Records Limited. The object was to make a record of T.G. performing live without the often unpredictable influence of adverse playing conditions on the music and on the technical quality. In the days following this session a minimum of re-recording was done and the 8-Track master tapes were mixed-down into stereo. At 10:50 the playing stopped and without *any* post-production the tape went to the plant. Who believes that classic industrial is noisy and agressive only, will experience TG at their most contemplative and sometimes almost jazzy recording. Wonderful.

Throbbing Gristle - Heathen Earth  (flac 298mb)

01 Untitled 4:38
02 Untitled 6:39
03 Untitled 7:17
04 Untitled 7:46
05 Untitled 7:44
06 Untitled 4:56
07 Untitled 7:33
08 Untitled 1:05
09 Adrenalin 3:59
10 Subhuman 2:53

Throbbing Gristle - Heathen Earth (ogg  138mb)

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Mission of Dead Souls documents Throbbing Gristle's last live performance in San Francisco before splinting into Coil, Psychic TV, and Chris & Cosey. The recording sounds like it was sourced from an audience tape with the surrounding attendees carrying on conversations, and some drastic stereo panning makes it a poor introduction to the band. Unfortunate, since the show finds the band especially driven and menacing. It's a given that TG's studio work was noisy and abstract, but more was left to chance in better gigs like this, with primitive synthesizers and other electronics pitted against a band trying to keep some semblance of control. Taped voices introduce "Spirits Flying," before a shrieking swoop of the synthesizer swirls above a Can-like groove that proves that TG's assault never lacked talent or skill. "Vision and Voice," like many of the tracks, builds and builds the noise, striking one blow after another against rhythm and melody. "Persuasion U.S.A." presents the song with more of a creeping beat than usual, and "Discipline (Reprise)" gives listeners a rapid version of the song before the band leaves the stage to a Martin Denny tape. The CD adds two studio cuts to the album, the angelic "Distant Dreams, Pt. 2" and the sleazy "Something Came Over Me," whose aberrant lyrics could only be truly enjoyed by raincoated degenerates.

Throbbing Gristle - Mission Of Dead Souls  (flac 346mb)

01 Dead Souls 5:04
02 Guts On The Floor 6:04
03 Circle Of Animals 5:26
04 Looking For The OTO 5:05
05 Vision And Voice 7:11
06 Funeral Rites 5:20
07 Spirits Flying 8:16
08 Persuasion U.S.A. 7:26
09 The Process 0:39
10 Discipline (Reprise) 3:01
11 Distant Dreams (Part Two) 5:30
12 Something Came Over Me 3:43

Throbbing Gristle - Mission Of Dead Souls   (ogg 143mb)

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Journey Through a Body is one of Gristle's more dark ambient-oriented albums. "Medicine" is an outstanding musique concrete piece that captures the tension and nervousness of the hospital atmosphere with high-pitched whirring, heartbeat monitors (and other medical machinery), and the faint voices of doctors and nurses. It's one of the best examples of the group's incredible talent. "Catholic Sex" is entertaining, too, this is as intriguing as it is challenging. Make the journey through a body a journey through your body...into your brain, mind, spirit, soul...

Throbbing Gristle - Journey Through A Body  (flac 235mb)

1a Medicine 15:20
1b Catholic Sex 8:10
2a Exotic Functions 4:18
2b Violencia (The Bullet) 8:00
2c Oltre La Morte, Birth And Death 3:27

Throbbing Gristle - Journey Through A Body   (ogg 92mb)

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