Re-release of "The Wrong Cage", the superfreaky , acid rock album that introduced Italian psych-pop mavericks Jennifer Gentle to the rest of the world, leading to their subsequent Sub Pop signing.
Originally self-released in late 2002 on their own imprint Sillyboy Records, "The Wrong Cage" saw the young Italian quartet (who had already home-recorded a couple of eccentric albums) join forces with Kawabata Makoto, the legendary Japanese guitar-god leader of Acid Mothers Temple and zillion other projects, for a live album that captured the band at it's most ferocious.
The result was over 30 minutes of wonderful loud sonic carnage: two long, ultra-heavy guitar freakouts plus a eerily beautiful solo sarongi track played by Kawabata - all in all, a must for all fans of heavy, guitar-driven psychedelic avant-rock.
Long out of print, "The Wrong Cage" is available again, now with the addition of a lo-fi BONUS TRACK, 18-minute long version of "Bring Them" cut on the another night of that tour and burning with even more fire and primal power than the original album.
Old Europa Cafe AVS