The return of Industrial Records

In typical Throbbing Gristle style the announcement that Industrial Records is to be re-activated was made in a short news release via the label’s website.

Industrial Records hereby announces it’s official re-activation.

IR is the sole representative of, and ONLY official label representing and releasing records by Throbbing Gristle.

TG’s contract with Mute/EMI expired in June 2010, and despite a number of other offers and proposals, all four members of TG elected to re-start Industrial Records to re-release the IR/TG catalogue and the final TG studio album ‘Desertshore’ along with other archival recordings.

IR has purchased ALL the remaining warehouse stock of the Mute Records editions of TG recordings. The first batch for sale comprises of the last remaining copies of the original editions of TGV DVD box-set, Part Two – Endless Not CD and double vinyl LP along with bargain priced ‘end-of-line’ titles including – The Second Annual Report / D.O.A. The Third & Final Report / Heathen Earth / 20 Jazz Funk Greats.

The first material to be released by IR is due 26th September2011, and includes a series of Deluxe Vinyl Editions of the following TG titles:

The Second Annual Report
D.O.A. The Third & Final Report
Heathen Earth
20 Jazz Funk Greats
Throbbing Gristle’s Greatest Hits

Each title will be an edition of just 2000 copies.

Chris Carter has re-mastered the audio, and the LP’s come packaged with an 8 page full colour booklet featuring some previously unpublished photos, press reviews from the time, and other visual ephemera from the Industrial Records archive.

In the meantime IR are offering the Mute label releases of ”˜The Second Annual Report’, ”˜D.O.A. The Third & Final Report’, ”˜Heathen Earth’, and ”˜20 Jazz Funk Greats’ at just £4 per CD from the IR Shop


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