Hailing from Ljubljana, Slovenia (formerly part of Yugoslavia) at the height of the Cold War, Tožibabe broke social and musical barriers with their experimental, innovative form of hardcore punk. Drawn together by a need to express themselves through music Tožibabe wrote, recorded and performed from 1983 - 1987 and was known for frequently switching instruments which allowed their visionary sound to thrive. The result is a raw, singular vision of the genre calling to mind blends of UK Anarcho (Crass, etc..), early U.S. Hardcore (Middle Class, Poison Idea) and California goth-punk (45 Grave, T.S.O.L.). In addition to being pioneers in hardcore (as a band of women) and the broader rock scene in Slovenia, Tožibabe also wrote and co-directed their own music videos, organized art shows and booked gigs alongside their fellow Ljubljana hardcore bands (U.B.R., III. Kategorija). This 26 track collection is presented completely remastered from the best possible sources by engineer Jessica Thompson and authorized by Tožibabe members Alenka Marsenič Marsa, Lidija Rupnik and Mojca "Krischka" Krisch.