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Great artefact sent in by Tony Ashworth.

He writes:

"We were chatting to Genesis P'Orridge when a girl came up and swore her undying love for him..quick as a flash he pulled out a knife cut his palm , grabbed hers and cut it and 'swapped blood' as a sign of everlasting friendship...She was last seen grabbing her coat and running out sharp ish..."
Artefact added : 13th October 2013
by Abigail
dave Says –
The Throbbing Gristle live at Rafters album mentions on the back of the sleeve 'There were many demons present...some of us still have the scars'. Maybe this is in reference to the story above. Scary old GPO!
A year earlier, Throbbing Gristle also played the Factory club but there doesn't appear to be any photos from that gig anywhere on the internet. However there is a fantastic mixing desk recording of the event with Gen mentioning he was born in Victoria Park (Neil Megson).
COMMENT ADDED 14th October 2013
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