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Death Threats - Throbbing Gristle

Death Threats

D.o.A. The Third and Final Report
industrial old school industrial noise spoken word UK

This song was reportedly composed of unaltered messages left for members of the band on their answering machine. = This is a person to person message for Genesis P-Orridge. I'd just like you to know you haven't got much longer to live in this industrial world This is for you, you pig. You said that you'd better be with Cosey, yes? Well I'm gonna tell you what, you can cut your own throat by saying that. Because as far as I'm concerned you can go jump in a lake, and by god is there gonna be a lot of trouble. Cold hard bastards are gonna come after you. I hate your guts. I really bloody well am gonna cause so much trouble, you ain't Cosey, you're gonna be really well done over

Throbbing Gristle was formed in London, UK in 1975 out of the ashes of international performance art group COUM Transmissions. Founding members Cosey Fanni Tutti, Chris Carter, Peter Christopherson and Genesis P-Orridge, as well as artist Monte Cazazza (a collaborator and friend of the band), coined the phrase "Industrial Music For Industrial People" to describe the dehumanization and mechanization of music making they in part wanted to evoke. Aside Show more ...

Death Threats - Throbbing Gristle

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