[Grief] Nothing short of a total twitter war

Fredrik Oestroem fredrik.ostrom at hotmail.com
Sun Sep 23 08:14:19 PDT 2012

I can surely see why Genesis is pissed of. Not only do they advertise the album as a “Final Report” on the official T.G. site, but it is also beeing released on Industrial Records. The label is so associated with Throbbing Gristle that most people can’t separete one from the other. The use of the term “Report” is also heavily associated with T.G. releases, both official and unofficial.
Besides, Industrial Records was originally managed by Peter Christopherson and Genesis P-Orridge a.k.a. Brooks/Sinclair.
Peter is no longer with us (R.I.P.) and Genesis is totally cut off. Seems like C&C is in total control and are using the “brand” T.G. and Industrial for their own benefits.
From: david brookes 
Sent: Sunday, September 23, 2012 3:19 PM
To: grief at hollyfeld.org 
Subject: [Grief] Nothing short of a total twitter war

I see Gen and Chris are at loggerheads on Twitter regarding Desertshore, with Gen asking TG fans to boycott Desertshore. Chris's explanation is that it is no longer an official TG album but a collaboration between Chris, Cosey and Sleazy et al. I guess when Gen left the tour they decided to scrap all of his vocals and use guest artists instead.
Waiting for this release for the last few years I have ALWAYS been under the impression that it was the final TG record, it has always been advertised as such by C+C. I have to say I'm with Gen on this, if it's not the four of them it's NOT TG and should never have been advertised that is was. 
I  for one will not be buying a copy. The post 1981, post analogue TG sound, mainly Chris's all new digital gear sounds too sterile and clean to me.
It really is a sad end to the whole TG saga

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