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The Second Annual Report

Artist: Throbbing Gristle

Year: 1977
Country: United Kingdom
Catalog No: Industrial Records, IR0002
Format: Vinyl Lp
Spezification: lmtd 785
A1 Industrial Introduction 1:02
A2 "Slug Bait" Recorded At I.C.A. 4:20
A3 Recorded At Southampton 2:45
A4 Recorded At Brighton 1:19
A5 "Maggot Death" Studio Recording 2:49
A6 Recorded At Rat Club 4:34
A7 Recorded At Southampton 1:35
A8 Recorded At Brighton 1:00
B The Original Soundtrack Of The Coum Transmissions Film Of "After Cease To Exist" 19:50
Companies, etc.
  • Pressed By – Sound Manufacturing – ? 2149
  • Performer [For Throbbing Gristle] – Chris Carter (2), Cosey Fanni Tutti, Genesis P-Orridge, Peter Christopherson
  • Written-By, Producer – Throbbing Gristle
Released as a limited edition of 785 copies.

A-side total duration is listed as 19:24 on label. Duration listed for track A8 is wrong. This track plays 1 minute instead of 9:54, this last duration being the sum of tracks A5 to A8.

Center labels are white with Death Factory Industrial Logo. Covers are plain white with small self adhesive sticker in top right hand corner on front; large sticker with sleeve notes stuck in center on back.

Enclosed is a small black and white sticker saying "Nothing Short Of A Total War", a red and black TG lightning flash sticker and a Xerox strip warning 'Technical Note' about the shortcomings of this pressing. Other copies come with a questionary sheet to return to Industrial Records, a square sheet and the Xerox strip warning.

© 1977

"...One side of this record has been assembled from tapes made at four out of the five live occasions and at the studio of Industrial Records in London. Side Two consists of the entire original movie soundtrack of a film produced by Coum Transmissions called "After Cease To Exist" premiered in Arnhem, Holland in July 1977 which Throbbing Gristle were invited to score and perform. It was recorded at the Industrial Records studio..."

"...All recordings were made in one take without any overdubs or any recording treatment other than standard playing procedures that we employ. Within the limitations of the recording techniques used the sound on this record is exactly as it was heard at the moment of its production..."