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Industrial music pioneers and chaotic art terrorists Throbbing Gristle came together in 1975 in Kington Upon Hull, a formerly industrial city then in the midst of a long spiral of decline. Very Friendly, aka The First Annual Report is the legendary 'lost' album the quartet recorded in 1975 as the group morphed out of it's COUM Transmission beginnings, the shocking title track an epic confrontational dirge recounting the brutal Moors murders of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley; elsewhere there are minimalist electronic deconstructions, episodes of distorted anti-music and droning chants of disturbing obscurity.
Industrial music pioneers and chaotic art terrorists Throbbing Gristle came together in 1975 in Kington Upon Hull, a formerly industrial city then in the midst of a long spiral of decline. Very Friendly, aka The First Annual Report is the legendary 'lost' album the quartet recorded in 1975 as the group morphed out of it's COUM Transmission beginnings, the shocking title track an epic confrontational dirge recounting the brutal Moors murders of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley; elsewhere there are minimalist electronic deconstructions, episodes of distorted anti-music and droning chants of disturbing obscurity.
637913922398

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Survival
Rel. Date: 11/10/2023
UPC: 637913922398

1st Annual Report (Uk)
Artist: Throbbing Gristle
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Very Friendly 18:13
2. Dead Bait 3:23
3. 10 Pence 5:10
4. Whorle of Sound 4:55
5. Final Muzak 5:29
6. Scars of E

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Industrial music pioneers and chaotic art terrorists Throbbing Gristle came together in 1975 in Kington Upon Hull, a formerly industrial city then in the midst of a long spiral of decline. Very Friendly, aka The First Annual Report is the legendary 'lost' album the quartet recorded in 1975 as the group morphed out of it's COUM Transmission beginnings, the shocking title track an epic confrontational dirge recounting the brutal Moors murders of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley; elsewhere there are minimalist electronic deconstructions, episodes of distorted anti-music and droning chants of disturbing obscurity.
        
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