Perhaps one of the most mysterious groupings through the France experimental underground of the first ’70s, Fille Qui Mousse was seeing that radical because the German music group Faust, and utilized similar studio room trickery. Their one record never got correctly released, plus they may have been neglected if not to be included on the important Nurse With Wound set of affects in the first ’80s. Fille Qui Mousse was a leftist politics collective led by journalist/musician Henri-Jean Enu in the early ’70s in Paris. In 1971 they acquired a record cope with the famous Futura label, which experienced mainly released avant-jazz in those days but had been expanding into even more experimental rock and roll. The record was documented in the summertime of 1971, probably in one day time, and then combined in December of this same 12 months. Over a 12 months passed before in regards to a dozen check pressings from the record had been manufactured in early 1973. Regrettably, Futura was having monetary problems at that time and these 10 or 12 copies had been all that been around, becoming probably one of the most uncommon, sought, yet practically unobtainable LPs of French avant-rock. Finally, within the middle- to past due ’90s, several Compact disc versions from the record had been released, beneath the game titles Trixie Stapelton and Se Taire Pour une Femme Trop Belle, frequently without song game titles or the titles of performers or composers (which weren’t outlined on the check pressing), before Fractal launch of Se Taire in 2002.