Well, the toilet-paper quality is the same on 1,2,5 and 6 and it got even worse on volume 7. The early volumes were made in Czechoslovakia and they seemingly still had tons of that crappy cardboard from the days of the "realistically existing socialism". We changed cover-wise to an organisation were mentally handicapped children had a home and were taught some skills. Charity workshop. The results were the covers of volume7 and "Exploiting Plastic Inevitable Part 1". I nearly wept.

What is the concept behind the "Exploiting Plastic Inevitable" series besides being very 'international'? .

The concept behind "Exploiting" wasn't very conceptual. We just had a lot of weird stuff from unlikely countries and encouraged our friends and supporters to send even more of such obscurities. More or less for our own pleasure. We still do a lot of tape trading just for fun. As you remember, in the beginning we always released double packs (volumes 1 & 2, 3 & 4, 5 & 6) because one very expensive factor was the transport. When we finished volume 7, we didn't have enough material for a simultaneous volume 8 and we thought "let's compile an LP with stuff from countries like Turkey, Israel, Mongolia. It was good fun and opened some people's hearts, ears and minds a bit. Nowadays everybody and their little brother are doing "transworld" compilations and you