|Title:||Greatest Hits (Entertainment Through Pain)|
|Style:||Industrial, Experimental, Noise, Synth-pop|
|Other format:||MP1 AAC DMF VQF MOD AA MP2|
Greatest Hits (subtitled Entertainment Through Pain) is a compilation of Throbbing Gristle material. Hamburger Lady" - 4:11. Hot on the Heels of Love" - 4:21. Six Six Sixties" - 2:07. Blood on the Floor" - 1:16. 20 Jazz Funk Greats" - 2:42.
Fortunately, a notice warns the listener : 'Entertainment Through Pain'. Their experimentations, not always with sound, have caused them a number of legal problems. Greatest Hits' is a compilation of their best moments. As soon the first song starts, 'Hamburger Lady', it is pretty obvious that we’ve arrived in a deeply unhealthy place that could very well be Hiroshima or Nagasaki right after the nuclear attack. This desolate ambiance gives you.
Throbbing Gristle's Greatest Hits. PIAS, WMG (от лица компании "Mute"); BMI - Broadcast Music In. Peermusic" и другие авторские общества (2).
Greatest Hits is a music boxset/compilation recording by THROBBING GRISTLE (Progressive ve Rock) released in 1980 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Throbbing gristle greatest hits - entertainment through pain lp 1st 1981 us rare.
Greatest hits album by Throbbing Gristle. Throbbing Gristle chronology. Funeral in Berlin (1981). Greatest Hits (1981). Journey Through a Body (1982).
Though they are taking the piss in passing themselves off as band who had "hits," this compilation from 1980 of 7" singles and assertive album tracks in fact does the trick nicely: It makes a first-rate introduction to the band and offers a less torturous entryway to their prickly, poisonous oeuvre than any particular album.
Pretty decent for a greatest hits compilation, certainly not comprehensive though. This serves as a wonderful introduction to the band.
Greatest hits album by. Throbbing Gristle. Greatest Hits (subtitled Entertainment Through Pain ) is a compilation of Throbbing Gristle material.
The album cover and title could easily deceive you as some by the numbers jazz record in the early 70s you would find in a cheap thrift shop bin. But this was throbbing gristle in a nut-shell, their music can be an inside joke. For instance, take the title track as an example, as it sounds like an other-worldly disco/synth beat.
|A2||Hot On The Heels Of Love|
|A5||Six Six Sixties|
|A6||Blood On The Floor|
|A7||20 Jazz Funk Greats|
|B3||What A Day||4:36|
|ROUGH US 23||Throbbing Gristle||Greatest Hits - Entertainment Through Pain (LP, Comp)||Rough Trade||ROUGH US 23||US||1981|
|IRL005||Throbbing Gristle||Greatest Hits - Entertainment Through Pain (LP, Comp, Ltd, RE, RM)||Industrial Records||IRL005||UK||2011|
|9 61001-2, 61001-2||Throbbing Gristle||Greatest Hits - Entertainment Through Pain (CD, Comp, RE, RM)||Mute, Mute||9 61001-2, 61001-2||US||1990|
|TGCD 7||Throbbing Gristle||Greatest Hits - Entertainment Through Pain (CD, Comp, RE, RM)||The Grey Area||TGCD 7||UK||1996|
|RTL-20||Throbbing Gristle||Greatest Hits - Entertainment Through Pain (LP, Comp, Promo)||Rough Trade||RTL-20||Japan||1982|