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Performer: Throbbing Gristle
Title: The Second Annual Report
Label: Industrial Records
Country: UK
Released: Nov 1977
Style: Industrial
Cat: IR0002
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2754 mb | MP3 size: 2787 mb | WMA size: 1391 mb
Genre: Electronic
Tracklist

1Recorded At Rat Club4:34
2"Maggot Death" Studio Recording2:49
3"Slug Bait" Recorded At I.C.A.4:20
4Recorded At Brighton1:00
5Recorded At Brighton1:19
6Recorded At Southampton1:35
7Recorded At Southampton2:45
8The Original Soundtrack Of The Coum Transmissions Film Of "After Cease To Exist"19:50
9Industrial Introduction1:02

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FR 2001T.G. 2nd Annual Report ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial, Red)Fetish Records FR 2001UK2011
TGCD2Throbbing Gristle The Second Annual Report Of Throbbing Gristle ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM)Industrial RecordsTGCD2UK & Europe2017
61093-2Throbbing Gristle The Second Annual Report ‎(CD, Album, RP)Mute61093-2CanadaUnknown
LTM 1022Throbbing Gristle The Second Annual Report ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial)CelluloidLTM 1022France1980
LTM 1022, FR 2001Throbbing Gristle The Second Annual Report ‎(LP, Album, RE, Blu)Celluloid, Fetish RecordsLTM 1022, FR 2001FranceUnknown

Credits

  • Performer [For Throbbing Gristle]Chris Carter , Cosey Fanni Tutti, Genesis P-Orridge, Peter Christopherson
  • Written-By, ProducerThrobbing Gristle

Notes

Initial pressing.

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.

Labels are white with Death Factory Industrial Logo.
Cover is plain white with:
small self adhesive sticker in top right hand corner on front; and
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.

Some 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."

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped runout): IR 002 A 2 △ 2149
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped runout): IR 002 B 2 △ 2149

Companies

  • Pressed By – Sound Manufacturing – △ 2149

Video

Album

The Second Annual Report is the debut album by English industrial music pioneers Throbbing Gristle, released in November 1977 through Industrial Records. It is a combination of live and studio recordings made from October 1976 to September 1977. The Second Annual Report is considered to be influential within electronic music, being one of the first industrial music albums. Throbbing Gristle's full 1st studio LP Very Friendly The First Annual Report of Throbbing Gristle. Recorded in 1975. Very Friendly 00:00 2. in album Throbbing Gristle - The Second Annual Report 1977. Throbbing Gristle - Industrial Introduction. Throbbing Gristle - Slug Bait - ICA. Throbbing Gristle - Slug Bait - Live At Southampton. Throbbing Gristle - Slug Bait - Live At Brighton. Throbbing Gristle - Maggot Death - Live At Rat Club. Throbbing Gristle - Maggot Death - Studio. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Lesen Sie Rezensionen und informieren Sie sich über beteiligte Second Annual Report of Throbbing Gristle. In each case, the original album is wisely preserved intact on one CD, while a second CD collects period singles, live performances, and a smattering of alternate mixes and unreleased material. Artwork is supplemented with alternate takes from photo-sessions, and it's a jarring experience for collector scum like myself to see and hear these goofy blooper reels and deleted scenes, in which the avatars of colder-than-thou aesthetics stand on one foot or giggle. Listen free to Throbbing Gristle The Second Annual Report Industrial Introduction, Slug Bait Recorded At . and more. 9 tracks 40:37. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the Second Annual Report is a music studio album recording by THROBBING GRISTLE Progressive ElectronicProgressive Rock released in 1977 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. This page includes The Second. Industrial Introduction 1:05 2. Slug Bait - ICA 4:21 3. Slug Bait - Live At Southampton 2:46 4. Slug Bait - Live At Brighton 1:19 5. Maggot Death - Live At Rat Club 2:50 6. Maggot Death - Studio 4:35 7. Maggot Death - Southampton 1:37 8. Maggot Death - Brighton 0:57 9. After Cease To Exist - The Original Soundtrack Of. Following a small quantity of limited cassette releases, 1977's The Second Annual Report was the formal debut of British industrial pioneers Throbbing Gristle. The First Annual Report was shelved by the group, and has only surfaced via unauthorized releases and bootlegs. As with most of TG's output, and certainly everything prior to the 1978 single United, this stuff is harsh, bleak, and utterly uncompromising. The Second Annual Report. Throbbing Gristle. Released November 1977. The Second Annual Report Tracklist. Industrial Introduction Lyrics. Producers Throbbing Gristle. Writers Chris Carter Industrial, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Genesis P-Orridge & 1 more. More Throbbing Gristle albums. Thirty-Second Annual Report. The Taste of TG A Beginners Guide to the Music of Throbbing Gristle. Show all albums by Throbbing Gristle. Throbbing Gristle - The Second Annual Report Of Throbbing Gristle Condition: Brand New. Time left: 2d 11m 36s Ships to: Worldwide. Your feedback for The Second Annual Report

Comments (5)
Gaudiker
Mute are releasing two "40th Anniversary" editions in November. One is an LP pressed on white vinyl, the other a 2CD version which seems to have the same track listing as the remastered double CD from a few years ago...?
Mitars Riders
Yeah, they seems to be strict represses (different vinyl color only).
Tygrafym
apparently theres another version of this release that has not been listed yet. i found it in two passed auctions on ebay as "unofficial release" sold for about 30 euro. sleeve has the exact same design as the first industrial records release, and comes with folded black and white insert. its red marbleish vinyl and has IR0002 on center label. a side has the t.g. lightning bolt, b side has the red sticker with titles (a5 is studio and a6 is rat club. in last track "coum" is mis-spelled as "coom"). matrix says SS01. anyone out there knows where that came from?
Uickabrod
It's difficult to know which release you have with this one... I have an LP, FR 2001, from Fetish Records, TG lightning on cover, back says (c) 1977 (p) 1978 Fetish Records, "originally released 1977 Industrial Records IR 0002," "RE-CUT MARCH 1979 BY STEVE ANGEL," "Printed in England by Gothic Press Ltd., London SE9 2EQ." The vinyl is red, side A label T.G. lightning bolt, side B label, "It's a Fetish" & track listings for both sides, Matrix run-out difficult to make out... "Assume Power Focus" easy to make out, but seems to be only one side, message scratched on both sides at same place seems to say FR-2001=A and FR-2001=B, but not A2 or B2 as indicated on one Fetish release mentioned here with the "Assume Power Focus" run-out, and no mention of colored vinyl for any of the Fetish releases mentioned here. Is this the 2011 "unofficial" or one of the early Fetish releases? Oh, and a plain white paper inner sleeve and one insert, one-sided, with what looks like news print cut-outs... an article "music from the death factory," a couple shots of Nixon, an piece called "Paranoia Club"... Bought it used, so don't know if there was more or if this is the original inner sleeve. Thanks, if you can help me pin it down.
Nto
This record was groundbreaking and stands in a row with releases as "Sgt. Peppers". Definitely the first industrial-album ever, partially recorded in 1976, mostly live, this record founded a new style. It was not hailed at the time of it's release, mostly the contemporary critique and the public couldn't understand the enormous importance of it. TG's famous "Prostitution"-show at the London ICA which took place in parallel to this album's release, caused a nationwide scandal (including a debate on the british parlament) and formed the reputation of TG as the "Wreckers of Civilisation" (as a newspaper named them). From nowadays the "2nd annual report" seems a bit more harmless , but still is a brilliant piece, which can draw you deep into it. It is pure magic.