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Tracklist

I.B.M. 2:34
Hit By A Rock 2:29
United 0:16
Valley Of The Shadow Of Death 4:03
Dead On Arrival 6:03
Weeping 5:27
Hamburger Lady 4:07
Hometime 3:37
AB/7A 4:25
E-Coli 4:10
Death Threats 0:43
Walls Of Sound 2:49
Blood On The Floor 1:07

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
IR0004 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album) Industrial Records IR0004 UK 1978
FR 2004 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album) Fetish Records FR 2004 UK 1978
LTM 1036 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album) Celluloid LTM 1036 France 1979
LTM 1036 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album) Celluloid LTM 1036 France 1979
IR0004 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album, Str) Industrial Records IR0004 UK 1979
LTM 1036 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album) Celluloid LTM 1036 France 1980
EX 2, IR0004 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album, RE) Expanded Music, Industrial Records EX 2, IR0004 Italy 1981
MIR 002 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album, RE) Mute MIR 002 UK 1983
MIR 002 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album, RE, Bla) Mute MIR 002 UK 1983
TGCD 3, TGCD3 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) The Grey Area, The Grey Area TGCD 3, TGCD3 UK 1991
9 61094-2 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Mute, Industrial Records, The Grey Area 9 61094-2 US 1991
9 61094-4 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(Cass, Album) Elektra 9 61094-4 US 1991
9 61094-2, 61094-2 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(CD, Album, RP) Mute, Mute 9 61094-2, 61094-2 US 1998
8-565 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial) ArsNova 8-565 Russia 2000
IRLDDL002 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report Of Throbbing Gristle ‎(15xFile, MP3, Album, RE, RM, VBR) Industrial Records IRLDDL002 UK 2011
IRLCD002 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report Of Throbbing Gristle ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM) Industrial Records IRLCD002 UK 2011
IRL002 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, 180) Industrial Records IRL002 UK 2011
IRLCD002, MSIG 0779/80 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report Of Throbbing Gristle ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM) Industrial Records, MSI IRLCD002, MSIG 0779/80 Japan 2012
IRL002 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM) Industrial Records IRL002 UK 2014
TGCD 3, TGCD3 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) The Grey Area, The Grey Area TGCD 3, TGCD3 UK Unknown
TGCD 3, 5016025680030 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(CD, Album, RM) The Grey Area, The Grey Area TGCD 3, 5016025680030 Europe Unknown
LTM 1036 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album, RE) Celluloid, Industrial Records LTM 1036 France Unknown
IR0004 Throbbing Gristle D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial) Industrial Records IR0004 Unknown


Throbbing Gristle - D.o.A. The Third And Final Report album mp3
Performer: Throbbing Gristle
Genre: Electronic
Title: D.o.A. The Third And Final Report
Country: UK
Released: 1978
Style: Industrial
MP3 version ZIP size: 1515 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1667 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 867
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ZloyGenii
I see a copy with both the calendar and postcard went for £650 recently! Staggering! Are the calendar and postcard really that rare? I have them in my copy.
Heraly
What an incredibly horrifyingly creepy album. My favourite genre is Industrial, yet I had never heard a Throbbing Gristle record before, so I purchased this and the White album made in 1978 and listened to it. Pure experimental genius. The Hamburger Lady is my favourite. So eery and creepy. If you want to visit the roots of Industrial and figure out where it REALLY came from (not Nine Inch Nails or Ministry), give these guys a listen along with Coil, Einsturzende Neubaten, and Monte Cazazza. You owe it to yourself if you consider yourself a fan of the genre.
Djang
20 jazz funk greats is an easier record to listen to for someone not familiar with the genre or wanting to get into Throbbing Gristle. DOA i think represents the Throbbing Gristle sound that they are known for. Songs like Hamburger Lady on Side B and the first track IBM is the epitome of TG. to be honest I didn't like them at first I had to listen a few times and really get "lost" in the music. for me this is music that you have to think about you have to put your self in the record. There isn't a band like Throbbing Gristle, not Coil and not Cabaret Voltaire. Id recommend buying this record.
Mojind
Amazing sound quality. Great reissue. Buy it now! (two more words)
Nekora
Was there ever really a DJ confusion version? Who owns a copy?
Rexfire
I own this version, too, with sleeve, didn't know about the original with normally cut tracks till now.
Mr.Savik
Yes I do, the spirals on both sides are equal, quite strange visual effect.My copy has no sleeve however, it was a bonus vinyl in a regular copy...
Awene
How to recognize the difference between this record and the unofficial one IR0004?
Fog
how to recognize if it's this unofficial or the original "D.o.A. The Third And Final Report ‎(LP, Album) Industrial Records IR0004 UK 1978"?
sergant
The Industrial Records logo on the label is noticeably vectorized.
Shalizel
Bootleg that sounds just as good as the original, recommended
Nahelm
Isn't the Fetish black and white cover made in France ?
Felolune
Ok, I think my copy is from the 1982 box set. That might explain the MADE IN FRANCE.
Grotilar
This is by no means a perfect album. It has a lot of tracks that, quite frankly, aren't up to the caliber of the First, or even the Second Annual Report. Tracks tend to meander, going more or less nowhere. "Hometime" in particular seems to be kept in place more by the daisy-chained tape recordings than by Cosey's improvisation, and "Dead On Arrival" sees the band trying to make the best out of playing themselves into a corner. Of particular note is "Hit By A Rock;" everything but the rock-n-roll guitar comes off as ornamental, which makes the sitar-like drones and wailing vocals all the more grating.However, the album has its high points, and boy, what high points they are! "I.B.M." kicks the album off perfectly, taking, of all things, an old data cassette and spinning an unsettling atmosphere from it. "Weeping" sees Genesis take his trademark violin playing slightly further from the edge of insanity, making his singsong voice and depressing lyrics all the more poignant. "Hamburger Lady" masterfully blends cold, mechanical electronics, detached, almost disembodied vocals, and unrelentingly gruesome lyrics to a bone-chilling effect. But by far, the crown jewel is "AB/7A," in which Chris Carter demonstrates not only his influences and how much he owes to them, but how far he's come and how far the band's come because of him. It's a downright marvelous track, with beauty at every turn.Now on to the bonus tracks. "Five Knuckle Shuffle" is a decent, straightforward piece, building itself around a steady rhythm and lyrics dealing in such themes as teenage rebellion and drug abuse. "We Hate You (Little Girls)," however, is completely obnoxious. On the one hand, it's here one can see the link between Throbbing Gristle and bands like Whitehouse. On the other hand, the song is devoid of structure, rhyme or reason, with its two-minute length safe to consider an act of mercy.When recommending albums to friends who want to get into the band, this one's pretty low on the list. That doesn't mean I don't make a point out of recommending it. True, it's nowheres near the best album the band's put out, but it certainly has some of the band's best tracks.
Sironynyr
This is not made from a fortress on an island at a lunatic asylum... this is the cosmos of hope and dispair in everyones mind... somewhere
Linn
A mistake must be corrected sooner or later."D.O.A" is definitely a MASTERPIECE of industrial music.It mixes violence,romantism,love & desperation through unforgettable songs like "weeping" & "hamburger lady".This record becomes with time a partner through your whole life.Once you heard it,the words & music just can't be forgotten....I said it once & I say it again : a masterpiece
Crazy
hamburger lady sounds like being traped in a phone line, its beyond sinister and freeks my mom out when ever i play it......but the rest of the album is weak
Peras
This album is the weakest of all TG-albums on Industrial. Sometimes even quite uninspired, only "Hit by a Rock", "Weeping" and especially "Hamburger Lady" are fully convincing. So, get the other three first.