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1 review »The release of the new THROBBING GRISTLE album 'PART 2' was delayed for months, I'm sure it was like 6 months or longer. We'll Im exploding with pure excitement as It's just arrived. So has my chip butty... Double penetration. Whoopie.The album begins with 'Vow Of Silence' a brooding peice that demonstrates that they're still at the cutting edge and pushing the technology. Then 'Rabbit Snare' ... »

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Part Two- The Endless Not by Throbbing Gristle
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9/10 Ant Staff review, 30 March 2007
The release of the new THROBBING GRISTLE album 'PART 2' was delayed for months, I'm sure it was like 6 months or longer. We'll Im exploding with pure excitement as It's just arrived. So has my chip butty... Double penetration. Whoopie.The album begins with 'Vow Of Silence' a brooding peice that demonstrates that they're still at the cutting edge and pushing the technology. Then 'Rabbit Snare' is like a cabaret jazz type track with Genesis on vocals (with his big boobies) which becomes fucked around with by Carter and Sleazy on their Macs. 'Almost A Kiss' is brimming with soul and haunting electronics and spooky choir not unlike some of Coil's later stuff. I never thought I'd get to review a new Throbbing Gristle album as long as I lived and it gives me immense pleasure to be able to say that they've still got it. True innovators back on Mute.

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