Dorothy* ‎– I Confess

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Industrial Records ‎– IR0014
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Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single
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A I Confess
Written-By – Fergusson*, Prior*
3:11
B Softness
Written-By – Fergusson*, P-Orridge*
2:08

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℗ & © 1980 Industrial Records Ltd.

Black vinyl only release. However looking at the disc through a strong light, a dark red translucent color appears due to the composition of the material.

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  • Matrix / Runout (A-side, hand-etched - Variant 1): IR 0014 A STEVE...
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side, hand-etched - Variant 1): IR 0014 B SA
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side, hand-etched - Variant 2): IR 0014 A STEVE... 1 B
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side, hand-etched - Variant 2): IR 0014 B 1 B SA

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el-haych

el-haych

July 22, 2017
'Dorothy' was also known as 'Max' the drummer from REMA REMA..
LPWJ

LPWJ

February 20, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

Fun fact: It says Dorothy is 19 in the liner notes but in fact she was already 27, see her bio for more, was in Psychic TV for a year as Max

Very early indie or underground project by Psychic TV members

Psychic TV and P-Orrridge were ahead of their time with different projects and for instance created the acid logo smiley, very indie or underground long before it was even a "thing", the terminology is more common now

Be well,
LPWJ
humanoidboogie

humanoidboogie

December 25, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
hello very great record sound cool!
belles-heures

belles-heures

October 26, 2014
everyone's arguing about the a-side, when the b-side is where it's at!
TigerTR7

TigerTR7

September 30, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
utter garbage churned out en masse in the 1970's but there again you had to have been there to realise how awful it was....not this appears ironic, but it was not at the time, it was a mirror.
Omind

Omind

September 21, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
if you like throbbing gristle, chris & cosey, or psychic tv, you will know how to handle this actually. they had plenty of pop hits themselves (see "hot on the heels of love", "godstar", or "distant dreams") also for fans of rexy, chrisma, early eurythmics, pink military/industry, pauline murray, big in japan, etc.
korken

korken

January 10, 2013
totally different "industrial rec" release.normal contemporary pop from early 80ies.seem it goes straight with their (throbbing gristles/gpo) belief in shock aesthetics.

hey skanker, its okay.you are allowed to like this sound!
hortonjupiter

hortonjupiter

May 27, 2010
that comment exemplifies the reason i really can't stand "industrial" music. "important" music stinks, this is beautiful, especially the b-side.
denisoliver

denisoliver

November 15, 2002

Strange piece. A very, very simple pop-song, your seven year old daughter will love it. If you are a dedicated follower of industrial music, you will not know how to handle this.
"Oh - Oh - Oh - Ohooo - I confess. - Ba Bap - Ba Bap" :) Funny. Very funny. But not important.