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Taking up the gauntlet thrown down by New YorkâÂÂÃ‚Â€ÂÂÃ‚Â™s No Wave scene, many Italian bands of the early 80s, playing far from the footlights of the worldâÂÂÃ‚Â€ÂÂÃ‚Â™s stage, began creating compelling, and often cutting edge, hybrid sounds. This kind of experimenting soon went viral along the entire peninsula: from Southern Italy to the Alps, creating a brave new Italian take on post-punk. From the nervous white funk of Neopolitans, Biscia, to the instrumental explorations of Confusional Quartet, to the âÂÂÃ‚Â€ÂÂÃ‚Âœfake jazzâÂÂÃ‚Â€ÂÂÃ‚Â of the Hi-Fi Bros (who even had a track produced by Arto Lindsay), to Band Aid, this collection testifies to one of the most creative periods of the Italian underground. Featuring the previously unreleased bonus track by La Maison, âÂÂÃ‚Â€ÂÂÃ‚ÂœNoise ExpressâÂÂÃ‚Â€ÂÂÃ‚Â.