The Desertshore Installation

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The Desertshore installation
Box set by Throbbing Gristle
Released 10 June 2007
Recorded 1-3 June 2007
Genre Industrial
Label Industrial

The Desertshore Installation is a box set that was released by Throbbing Gristle. The 12-CDr set documents recording sessions for the Desertshore album (a cover of the Nico record - see Desertshore). These sessions were open to the public and a short question and answer session is included in the recordings. Each session lasted for approximately 2 hours and there were 2 sessions per day, an afternoon and an evening session. The box set only had one pressing.

A number of jams recorded during the installation appear on Throbbing Gristle's tour-only album release The Third Mind Movements.

CDr information[edit]

  1. Friday Afternoon Disc A - (1:09:02)
  2. Friday Afternoon Disc B - (1:04:30)
  3. Friday Evening Disc A - (1:02:47)
  4. Friday Evening Disc B - (0:54:06)
  5. Saturday Afternoon Disc A - (0:48:08)
  6. Saturday Afternoon Disc B - (0:47:36)
  7. Saturday Evening Disc A - (1:07:58)
  8. Saturday Evening Disc B - (0:55:46)
  9. Sunday Afternoon Disc A - (0:47:15)
  10. Sunday Afternoon Disc B - (1:01:42)
  11. Sunday Evening Disc A - (0:46:01)
  12. Sunday Evening Disc B - (1:07:02)

Session set-lists[edit]

Friday, Session 1:

  • My Only Child - Gen Vox & Jam;
  • Janitor of Lunacy - Gen Vox & Jam

Friday, Session 2:

  • Afraid - Gen Vox;
  • Jam to rhythm tracks;
  • The Falconer - Gen Vox;

Saturday, Session 3:

  • Mutterlein - Gen Vox;
  • Jam Session to Mae Blue Gray;
  • Le Petit Chevalier - Gen Vox

Saturday, Session 4:

  • Abschied- Check;
  • Springbankistan - Jam;
  • Abschied - Gen Vox;
  • Janitors of Lunacy - Vox; Mental Jam;
  • The Falconer - Gentle Vox

Sunday, Session 5:

  • All that is my own - Jam & Vox;
  • The Falconer - Jam & Vox;
  • Janitor of Lunacy - Jam & Vox;
  • My Only Child - Jam & Vox; Mental Jam;

Sunday, Session 6:

  • Le Petit Chevalier - Jam & Vox;
  • Mutterlein - Jam & Vox (mental end);
  • Afraid - Jam & Vox;
  • Abschied - Jam & Vox

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