The intrinsic fandom tendency toward Eurotrash actress Edwige Fenech has possibly been one of the most encompassing examples of "obsession" translating into layers of pummeling abrasive sound, especially in the building block heyday of the heavier OVMN and Incapacitants inspired style of international contemporary, early '00s, harsh noise artists. Edwige Fenech - just the name sends the educated into a whirlwind of her cinematic stylizations, objectification, and glorious portrayal and generator of mandates for various Eurotrash genres: The inconceivable layered work with Rosalba Neri in The Seducers (1969); The awe inspiring bobbed haircut and mannerisms of Gently Before She Dies (1972); The sex worker apparel and curly blonde wig from Taxi Girl (1977); The slicked and pinned back hair and nylon worship of Dr. Jekyl Likes Them Hot (1979); The crew cut haircut and bare feet glimpses from Strip Nude For Your Killer (1975); The '70s wavy, curly hair and the stockings during the sultry couch scenes from Lover Boy (1975); The courtesan role intense leg worship and playful mannerisms of Giovannona Long Thigh (1973); The sun-tanning and fetish exercise programs of Vices In The Family (1975) acting alongside Susan Scott; The medieval maiden and mistress aesthetic of Ubalda All Naked And Warm (1972). Not unlike the pornography and the extreme lifestyle fascination of the '90s Americanoise, the interests continued to be deconstructed and melded into harsh noise as the conscious and studious harsh noise artists of the '00s continued to study the European cult film and its objectified actresses and fetish driven aspects. The experience is cumulative the more you watch, collect, and study the various genres that Edwige Fenech was featured in and that inspired the cumulative and layered aspects of the harsh noise project Edwige with the original line-up of Keith (Mania), Sam McKinlay (The Rita), and Dan Johansson (Sewer Election), and later Nolan Throop (Kakerlak) filling in for Keith on a 2008 American tour. Between the sets on the 2008 tour from The Rita, Sewer Election, Kakerlak, and Dog Holocaust, the '90s rough American style, harsh noise worship was palpable. It's only natural that a tape was generated as exemplary from the tour days of 2008. Comes on 140 gram vinyl; Comes in a deluxe silver silkscreen on black cardboard sleeve; Includes a black and white poster; Edition of 199 (hand-numbered).