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( 161 1969 Justin Broadrick images/artists/Broadrick.jpg England 3004 Fall Of Because Early Band England 1984 - images/spacer.jpg 161 1969 Justin Broadrick images/artists/Broadrick.jpg England 3005 Post Mortem Rekordings Cassette Label England 1984 - images/spacer.jpg 161 1969 Justin Broadrick images/artists/Broadrick.jpg England 2995 Napalm Death Death Metal Band England 1985 - images/spacer.jpg 161 1969 Justin Broadrick images/artists/Broadrick.jpg England 2997 Godflesh Band Project England 1988 http://www.godflesh.com/ images/works/Broadrick-1988-godflesh.jpg Last performed in 2001 audio/Broadrick-Godflesh-2001-Voidhead.wav 161 1969 Justin Broadrick images/artists/Broadrick.jpg England 2998 Techno Animal Noise-based Industrial Breakbeat England 1990 - images/spacer.jpg 161 1969 Justin Broadrick images/artists/Broadrick.jpg England 2999 Final - One Album England 1993 released by Sentrax in Europe and Bill Laswells label Subharmonic in the U.S.A images/spacer.jpg Track Listing 1. (3:30) Fall 2. (23:36) Light Underground / Dark Overground 3. (3:46) Awake But Numb 4. (8:05) Despotic 5. (7:53) Round Our Bodies 6. (3:17) Hold Me 7. (8:09) Death / Love Dealer 8. (19:30) 1983-1987 (Edits) Notes * This material was all written around the time of its release. The only material written prior was 1983-1987 (Edits). * The first release of One in the UK had a running time of 79:59. When it was issued by Subharmonic in the US in 1994, the time was trimmed to 77:48. This extra time was shaven from the last track, 1983-1987 (Edits). Accessed 01.06.2007 from http://www.godflesh.com/projects/final/ 161 1969 Justin Broadrick images/artists/Broadrick.jpg England 2994 FINAL Electronic Music Project England 1993 - images/works/Broadrick-1993-final1.jpg FINAL serves as an undefinable and experimental interpretation of Justin Broadricks more recognised music ; encompassing the brutal and the dark to the beautiful and the melodic, the term ambient is often used to describe the sound of FINAL, but the music is not at all intended to function purely as background as the term ambient generally implies..... Before Justin Broadrick was in Napalm Death and way before his Jesu,Godflesh and Techno Animal projects , he had FINAL, this was the first music that he made and the first concerts he ever performed ; initiated at the tender age of 13, inspired by the true old industrial music of Whitehouse, Throbbing Gristle, Ramleh and Maurizio Bianchi etc, Justin used his step fathers primitive musical equipment to forge his own sound influenced by the aforementioned artists and attempt with like minded individuals and friends to establish his own sound and vision. Basic recordings were made and this led Justin to form a cassette label in early 1984 (Post Mortem Rekordings) releasing his own cassettes and eventually other artists too, this tape only label lasted from early 1984-86, releasing over 50 cassettes of confrontational hate noise/power electronics and Throbbing Gristle inspired electronic psychedelia. By the time Justin joined Napalm Death in 1985, he had already become interested in creating music outside of the industrial/noise genre, even FINAL itself around this period briefly became a band using rock instrumentation. Once Justin had become busier with Napalm Death and the pre Godflesh band Fall Of Because, he slowly moved away from what he was doing with FINAL and eventually shelved the project in late 1986. After the first 3 years of the existence of Godflesh, Justin became interested in wanting to resurrect FINAL, recognising the open ended area FINAL worked in and yearning for more experimentation particularly within an area without the trappings of rock music. Justin began recording new pieces, utilizing guitar,tapes,synths and samplers. The result was the first ever CD release by FINAL simply entitled One , this was released by Sentrax in Europe and Bill Laswells label Subharmonic in the U.S.A in 1993. One collected Justins first new work as Final in over 6 years, also included on One was a long piece that compiled small edits of some of Justins earlier work as Final from 1983-86. The influences on FINAL were now much wider than the earlier industrial' influences ; sombre and textural ambient sounds had a huge bearing upon the early 90's incarnation of FINAL, Justins exposure to Brian Eno as a youngster had made its impact. More releases followed - FINAL '2' on Sentrax once more, the full length CD - 'the first millionth of a second' (in collaboration with Godflesh's GC Green) which was released on U.S experimental music giant Manifold, Jesu bassist Diarmuid Dalton also began to collaborate with Justin, both on Final '2' and on the 'Solaris' CDep released on Alleysweeper/Invisible, later re-released as a full length with a 30 min extra track. After two 7 singles and numerous compilation apperances, Justin continued to record FINAL material but without a planned release schedule due to being so busy with other projects. In 2001 Neurot recordings (the label from Steve Von Till/Neurosis) approached Justin offering to release FINAL '3', Justin set about slowly recording and accumulating material from then until early 2005, some in collaboration again with Diarmuid Dalton. Bringing us to the present day, FINAL '3' is finished and due for release on Neurot Recs. in Feb 2006, its a double CD set compiling various recordings from 2001-2005. Since forming Jesu, Justin has become very active with FINAL inspired by his new works on '3',recording has already begun for forthcoming releases, and now Justin is preparing to perform as FINAL, his first performances as FINAL since1985 ! FINAL is more active than ever.... FINAL collaborators from 1983 to the present day - Andrew Swan,Guy Pearce,Nicholas Bullen,Kevin Johnson,Paul Neville,GC Green,Diarmuid Dalton. Accessed 01.06.2007 from http://www.avalancheinc.co.uk/finalbio.html 161 1969 Justin Broadrick images/artists/Broadrick.jpg England 3000 Final - Two Album England 1996 Sentrax images/works/Broadrick-1996-final-two.jpg 2 Released: 1996 Label: Sentrax/Rawkus Format/CAT#: (CD) SNTX 3001 CD . . . . Track Listing 1. (3:25) ******* 2. (6:08) ,,,,,,, 3. (8:04) 4. (8:39) /////// 5. (7:59) _______ 6. (3:13) ;;;;;;; 7. (2:32) ======= 8. (24:43) ( ) 9. (7:34) +++++++ Notes * Yes, those are the track titles. * All songs written by Justin between 1993-1995 except tracks 4 and 8, which were written by Justin and Ben. Track 5 was written by Justin and D. Dalton. audio/Broadrick-Final-two-.wav 161 1969 Justin Broadrick images/artists/Broadrick.jpg England 3003 Final - Solaris CD E.P England 1996 - images/works/Broadrick-1996-final-solaris.jpg Track Listing 1. (13:21) Arise 2. (9:51) Light 3. (12:29) Solaris Notes * Recorded in the summer of 1995, this EP clocks in around 30 minutes and saw Final producing more minimal material. * Re-issued with a bonus track later. 161 1969 Justin Broadrick images/artists/Broadrick.jpg England 3006 Urge,Fail Single England 1996 - images/works/Broadrick-1996-final-urge.jpg Fever Pitch / 1st ed. 250 hand numbered,2nd ed. 400 161 1969 Justin Broadrick images/artists/Broadrick.jpg England 3002 Final -the first millionth of a second Album England 1997 Manifold images/works/Broadrick-1997-final-million.jpg in collaboration with Godfleshs GC Green. Track Listing 1. (5:13) Critical Thresholds 2. (6:12) Electron 3. (5:08) Quark 4. (11:50) New Species 5. (12:27) Subatomic 6. (11:54) Foundations 7. (11:40) Pathway Notes * Originally titled The First Ten-Millionth of a Second, the name was changed before release. 161 1969 Justin Broadrick images/artists/Broadrick.jpg England 2996 Jesu Band Project England 2003 - images/spacer.jpg Jesu is an experimental rock band formed in 2003 by Justin Broadrick following the breakup of Godflesh. Jesu was the name of the last song on the final Godflesh release, Hymns, and Broadrick decided to adopt it as the name of his new project. Jesus sound is heavily layered and textured, drawing from and incorporating an eclectic mix of influences, ranging from ambient music, post-metal and drone doom, to shoegazing, downtempo and industrial music. Their recent releases have been described as avant-pop and avant-garde doom. Accessed 27.07.2008 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesu_%28band%29 audio/Broadrick--Jesu-2004Friends_Are_Evil.wav 161 1969 Justin Broadrick images/artists/Broadrick.jpg England 3001 Final - Three Album England 2006 Neurot images/works/Broadrick-2006-final-three.jpg Track Listing Disc 1 1. (3:21) The Light Orchestra 2. (4:51) Seasick 3. (5:06) Negative Youth 4. (2:47) Laughing Stock 5. (3:59) Hollow 6. (3:04) Little Pictures 7. (11:06) Spinning Top 8. (3:12) Open Air 9. (2:40) Eden 10. (2:38) Golden 11. (3:30) Cascades 12. (5:59) After 13. (3:10) We Glowed 14. (3:59) Sorry 15. (1:54) Not Real 16. (12:16) Long Wave Disc 1 1. (3:35) Covered 2. (8:59) Barely Here 3. (6:36) Remnants 4. (6:08) Confusion 5. (5:55) Long Lost 6. (4:31) Not Real 2 7. (5:47) Trees 8. (5:12) Free 9. (4:22) To The Heavens 10. (6:09) All We Ever Do 11. (17:34) Northpole audio/Broadrick-Final-three_(outtake)Failure.wav )