This is an archived page that was last updated: December 31st 2018 - some historic links to external sources may no longer work.

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1976 • THE INDUSTRIAL RECORDS LABEL HAS CEASED TRADING • 2018
This Industrial Records sub-site serves only as a repository for archive material of historical releases by Industrial Records Ltd. It essentially an archived copy of the original Industrial Records Ltd. website and will no longer be updated. The Throbbing Gristle music and video catalogue (past, present & future) is now under exclusive contract to
Mute Records. Rights to other artists previous releases by Industrial Records have by now reverted to their respective copyright owners.

THROBBING GRISTLE - TGV BOXSET

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THE VIDEO ARCHIVE OF THROBBING GRISTLE

Limited Edition of 2000
The set is numbered and includes a 64 page book.


This Deluxe 7 disc DVD Collection showcases the phenomenon that was, and is now, Throbbing Gristle Live in Performance.

Featuring 10 full shows, most never-before-seen, ranging from the fascinating beginnings in 1979, by way of the classic videos of Oundle and Heathen Earth, and including the notorious RE~TG “re-grouping” 23 years later at London’s Astoria Theatre in Spring 2004, as well as three more recent remarkable concerts, now available with a variety of newly mastered audio tracks including 5.1, binaural and conventional stereo.

The Collection includes, from 1979-81, shows at: Oundle School / Recording Heathen Earth at the Industrial Records Studios, Martello St. London / Sheffield University / Rafters Club, Manchester /The Lyceum, London / Kezar Pavilion, San Francisco plus Derek Jarman’s famous short film made as a tribute to TG: “Psychic Rally in Heaven” London.

From 2004-05: A short film of the Cabinet Gallery Exhibition “TG24” by Andrew Wheatley Rare footage of TG rehearsing at Mute Studios in February 2004 Shows at: RE~TG at the Astoria Theatre, All Tomorrow’s Parties at Camber Sands, Turin, Italy (both early and late shows!)



Please note:
This Collection was made available for purposes of the historical record, rather than as conventional ’concert’ footage. The shows from 1979-81 were shot on a single VHS hand-held camera, often in poor lighting conditions, reflecting TG’s guerrilla approach to live presentation, technology and documentation.
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This is an archived page that was last updated: December 31st 2018 - some historic links to external sources may no longer work.

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