June 13, 2024

Throbbing Gristle reissues series with two new releases: ‘TGCD1’ and ‘The Third Mind Movements’


Throbbing Gristle reissues series with two new releases: 'TGCD1' and 'The Third Mind Movements'

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(Photo by Paul Heartfield) Out on August 23rd on Mute are two new releases in the Throbbing Gristle reissues series: “TGCD1” and “The Third Mind Movements”. Both reissues will be out on CD and vinyl.

Throbbing Gristle’s “TGCD1” will be available on vinyl for the first time and on CD for the first time since The Grey Area of Mute’s release in 1986. “TGCD1” comprises 42 minutes of studio recordings, recorded at Throbbing Gristle’s infamous Martello Street studio on a TEAC 8-Track recorder on 18 March 1979.The release comes with a booklet featuring the original 1986 sleeve notes by the band.

“The Third Mind Movements” is equally available for the first time on vinyl and commercially for the first time on CD. It was initially an exclusive CD release for the band’s final US tour in 2009. The tour, which saw them perform in the US for the first time in 28 years, included their first shows in NY and an appearance at Coachella festival. “The Third Mind Movements” album was recorded during the “Desertshore” sessions at the ICA, London several years earlier.

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