Cosey Fanni Tutti ‎– Time To Tell

Flowmotion ‎– none
Cassette, Single Sided, C60


  • Other [Editor] – Ian Dobson


"On the 19th of May this year Cosey Fanni Tutti gave a lecture to the fine art students of Leeds Polythecnic [sic]. This lecture and the question/answer period that followed are reproduced here as the basis for this special issue of Flowmotion attempting to, within our space limitations, give as thorough and clear a picture as possible of Coseys [sic] work over the last ten years as a performance artist with Coum Transmissions (including her striptease and modelling [sic] work), and as a musician with Throbbing Gristle and C.T.I.

For Szabo"

A one-sided C60 with a newspaper magazine featuring articles, readings and interviews on Cosey Fanni Tutti, Throbbing Gristle and CTI.
Tracks are mixed together.

Special thanks to Joe Piecuch, Dave Byatt, Chris & Cosey.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country  Year
none Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell(Cass, Unofficial) Not On Label none Malaysia 2014 Sell This Version
CTI 93004 Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell 2000(CD, Album, RE) Conspiracy International CTI 93004 UK 2000 Sell This Version
CTI 93004 SE Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell (Special Edition)(CD, Album, Ltd, Num, RE) Conspiracy International CTI 93004 SE UK 1993 Sell This Version
CTI TTT2000 Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell(CD, Ltd, RE, RM) Conspiracy International CTI TTT2000 UK 2000 Sell This Version
CTITTTLP2017 Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell(LP, Album, Dlx, RE, RM, Cle) Conspiracy International CTITTTLP2017 UK 2017 Sell This Version


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September 10, 2017
this definitely needs a vinyl release! and i don't mean this edit by special delivery with this weird guitar on top of it...


June 18, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
I have noted that it is just about never that anyone is selling this cassette with the accompanying magazine. Which; I can't quite imagine how anyone who would have bought this would have tossed out that magazine, at any point. Is it that the magazine and cassette were sold separately perhaps? Or is it that nearly all of these cassettes sold here and elsewhere being likely not really the original edition. (I think personally it is likely the latter.)