In December of 1978 the industrial music pioneers Trobbing Gristle released D.o.A: The Third and Final Report. Fall asleep with this album playing on your headphones and you may wake up screaming.
It didn't help matters that a photo of Genesis P-Orrdige used as the album cover a photograph he'd taken of a friend's daughter exposing her knickers while playing. The band would split acrimoniously, dealing with the same kinds of fractious relationships as Fleetwood Mac. In their wake they would leave a discography that would influence the likes of Nine Inch Nails and Depeche Mode.