Throbbing Gristle ‎– TG24

Label:
The Grey Area ‎– TG CD 24
Format:
25 × CD, Remastered
Box Set
All Media, Compilation, Limited Edition
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Tracklist

IRCD02 I.C.A., London, 18th Oct 1976
CD01-01 Untitled
IRCD03 Winchester, 6th July 1976 and Air Gallery, London, 21st Aug 1976
CD02-01 Untitled
CD02-02 Untitled
IRCD04 Nags Head, High Wycombe, 11th Feb 1977
CD03-01 Untitled
IRCD05 Brighton Polytechnic, 26th Mar 1977
CD04-01 Untitled
CD04-02 Untitled
IRCD06 Nuffield Theatre, Southampton, 7th May 1977
CD05-01 Untitled
CD05-02 Untitled
IRCD07 Rat Club, Pindar, London, 22nd May 1977
CD06-01 Untitled
CD06-02 Untitled
IRCD08 Highbury Roundhouse, London, 29th Sept 1977
CD07-01 Untitled
CD07-02 Untitled
IRCD09 Winchester Art School, 11 Nov 1977
CD08-01 Untitled
CD08-02 Untitled
IRCD10 Rat Club, Valentino Rooms, 17th Dec 1977
CD09-01 Untitled
CD09-02 Untitled
IRCD11 Brighton Polytechnic, 25th Feb 1978
CD10-01 Untitled
CD10-02 Untitled
IRCD12 Architectural Association, London, 3rd March 1978
CD11-01 Untitled
CD11-02 Untitled
IRCD13 Goldsmith's College, London, 18th May 1978
CD12-01 Untitled
CD12-02 Untitled
IRCD14 Industrial Training College, Wakefield, 1st July 1978
CD13-01 Untitled
CD13-02 Untitled
IRCD15 Film Makers Co-Op, London, 6th July 1978
CD14-01 Untitled
CD14-02 Untitled
IRCD16 Cryptic One Club, London, 11th Nov 1978
CD15-01 Untitled
CD15-02 Untitled
IRCD17 Centro Iberico, London, 21st Jan 1979
CD16-01 Untitled
CD16-02 Untitled
IRCD18 Ajanta Cinema, Derby, 12th april 1979
CD17-01 Untitled
CD17-02 Untitled
IRCD19 Sheffield University, 25th April 1979
CD18-01 Untitled
CD18-02 Untitled
IRCD20 The Factory, Manchester, 19th May 1979
CD19-01 Untitled
CD19-02 Untitled
IRCD21 Guild Hall, Northampton, 26th May 1979
CD20-01 Untitled
CD20-02 Untitled
IRCD22 Y.M.C.A., London, 3rd Aug 1979
CD21-01 Untitled
CD21-02 Untitled
IRCD24 Butlers Wharf London, 23rd Dec 1979
CD22-01 Untitled
CD22-02 Untitled
IRCD25 Fan Club, Leeds, 24th Feb 1980
CD23-01 Untitled
CD23-02 Untitled
IRCD26 Scala Cinema, London, 29 Feb 1980
CD24-01 Untitled
CD24-02 Untitled
IRCD29 Goldsmith's College, London, 13 Mar 1980
CD25-01 Untitled
CD25-02 Untitled

Notes

Remastered 25 CD version of the original "24 Hour" boxed set of 24 live C60 tapes released on Industrial Records. Doesn't include IRC 01 "Best Of.... Volume II" or the two radio interview tapes (IRC A and IRC B) from the original set.

Box Contents:
1x certificate of authenticity
1x wax sealed envelope
2x patches
3x stickers
4x pictures of TG
4x collage prints (1 of 2 made by each member of the band specifically for this release)
3x button badges
1x newsletter (history, tracklists etc.)

Included newsletter and all marketing has suggested that 1 CD (IRCD26 Scala Cinema) was omitted due to a technical problem with the original tape and that (IRCD29 Goldsmith's College, London 1980) was substituted for it instead. However both are contained in the boxset making the total number of CDs 25 not 24.

IRCD26 was apparently only available in boxsets preordered from Mute.

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TG CD 24 Throbbing Gristle TG24(24xCD + Box + Comp, Ltd) The Grey Area TG CD 24 UK 2002 Sell This Version
TG CD 24 Throbbing Gristle TG24(24xCD + Box + Comp, Ltd) The Grey Area TG CD 24 UK 2002 Sell This Version

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watermark

watermark

January 2, 2015
It was shipped for those who pre-ordered (including shops), but some were put together with only 24 CD's. Along with the receipt came a letter from Sleazy explaining the whole ordeal. I still have the letter if anyone wants it scanned and posted.
kealyj

kealyj

November 18, 2013
The Scala Cinema CD wasn't just available when pre-orering from Mute, I ordered mine from Amazon not long after it came out and it came with the 25th disc.
boredoms

boredoms

November 6, 2010
Scala Cinema is NOT included in the first edition
elizabeththefirst

elizabeththefirst

December 16, 2009
as a boot of the original then it would probably be worth a considerable sum and, indeed, be on my shopping list.

My point was about the object itself being of importance as a piece of art in it's own right not that the music was unimportant.

As an 'object' the music is unimportant or rather only one part of the 'object' itself and the symbolic meaning of a set that is exactly 24 hours in length would be intact (in a way) without the music. Be rest assured I'll be listening to the set as I'm sure everyone who gets it will.