Playful 1996 release chronicles a collaborative effort between Japanese electro hell visionary Merzbow and "Americas greatest living noise artist" Emil Beaulieau. Created from using two Beaulieau recordings as the source material (taken from the Merzbow/Beaulieau collaboration LP that was included in a RRR 5-LP boxset), Merzbow Loves Emil Beaulieau finds Merzbow's Masami Akita creating extreme analogue tension from extremely unpredictable volume bursts of nuclear distortion screech situated between moments of uneasy calm. A shitstorm of fiery feedback cannonblasts,ultra harsh musique-concrete tape noise, and sputtering chopper tronic war-whoops. Somehow, Merzbow takes Emil Beaulieau's sugar rush loop-noise and converts into something akin to getting skullfucked by a theremin on steroids, a contact-mic'd scrap metal headbanging Merzbow blowout. Fuckin' A. Released as part of the Pure series. Hand packaged in a silkcreened/xeroxed/junked black wallet sleeve.