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Quote by XSider
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Industrial appeared in the 90s, it was the meeting of electronic minimalist music and heavy metal.

If by 70's industrial you mean Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, that's just plain 70's metal.
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Quote by MiG_853
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Industrial appeared in the 90s, it was the meeting of electronic minimalist music and heavy metal.

If by 70's industrial you mean Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, that's just plain 70's metal.

Next time, try to get your facts straight before you correct someone.

Throbbing Gristle is probably the most famous 70's industrial band. I'd suggest looking into 20 Funk Jazz Greats.
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I just looked up Throbbing Gristle.

Wow, that music was pretty much made for me.
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Einstürzende Neubauten, Cabaret Voltaire. . . they both started in the late 70's. cabaret has a more electronic sound while einsturzende is experimental noisy industrial, if you will.

and of course, throbbing gristle, as mentioned above.