Throbbing Gristle ‎– Part Two - The Endless Not

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Mute ‎– TGLP16, Mute ‎– 0094638859413
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A1 Vow Of Silence
Songwriter – Throbbing Gristle
6:57
A2 Rabbit Snare
Songwriter – Throbbing Gristle
8:51
B1 Separated
Songwriter – Chris Carter (2)
4:46
B2 Almost A Kiss
Songwriter – Throbbing Gristle
6:43
B3 Greasy Spoon
Songwriter – Throbbing Gristle
9:27
C1 Lyre Liar
Songwriter – Throbbing Gristle
7:47
C2 Above The Below
Songwriter – Cosey Fanni Tutti
4:27
D1 Endless Not
Songwriter – Throbbing Gristle
7:57
D2 The Worm Waits Its Turn
Songwriter – Bryin Dall, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge
5:46
D3 After The Fall
Songwriter – Peter Christopherson
4:02

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Released in a gatefold sleeve. Sleeve is sealed with a sticker.

℗ & © 2007 Industrial Records under exclusive license to Mute Records Limited.

All songs published by Mute Song Limited.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 094638859413
  • Barcode (Text): 0094638859413
  • Label Code: LC05834

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GD-01 Throbbing Gristle Part Two - The Endless Not(CD, Album, Ltd, Ste) Gift GD-01 Japan 2007 Sell This Version
LTGCD16, 0094635104523 Throbbing Gristle Part Two - The Endless Not(CD, Album) Mute, Mute LTGCD16, 0094635104523 Europe 2007 Sell This Version
none Throbbing Gristle Part Two - The Endless Not(CD, Album, Unofficial) Industrial Records (3) none Russia 2007 Sell This Version
TGCD16, 0094635104523 Throbbing Gristle Part Two - The Endless Not(CD, Album, Ltd, Bon) Mute, Mute TGCD16, 0094635104523 Europe 2007 Sell This Version
TGCD16, 0094635104523 Throbbing Gristle Part Two - The Endless Not(CD, Album, Ltd) The Grey Area, The Grey Area TGCD16, 0094635104523 Europe 2007 Sell This Version

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April 6, 2011

It's a revelation for me how much better the vinyl version of this album sounds than the CD version. The fullness of it really envelopes the listener and I even found myself being startled a couple of times. If I needed any proof that getting back into vinyl was a good thing for me, this LP delivers it.

I do wish TG'd kept it together long enough to put out a bit more music of this caliber, and then with Sleazy passing, that was such a blow. At least we have this record as an artefact, and as such, it's first class all the way.