The Wood Floors | Take Your Clothes Upstairs

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Take Your Clothes Upstairs

by The Wood Floors

Take Your Clothes Upstairs is the sister album to 'At The Edge Of Now' which was released earlier in the month.
Genre: Rock: Lo-Fi
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Songwriter's Guide to Picking Up Girls
1:26 $0.99
2. Live or Die
1:59 $0.99
3. Smile, Nod, And Wave
2:08 $0.99
4. Life On the Sword
2:07 $0.99
5. Anymore, Anyless
2:06 $0.99
6. Only Life...
2:34 album only
7. Gone
1:54 $0.29
8. Nothing At All
1:37 $0.99
9. Nothing but Time
2:58 album only
10. The Songwriter's Guide to Picking Up Girls (Hotel Version)
2:20 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
September 2014 saw the release of The Wood Floors' At The Edge Of Now, their first release in some three years. "Take Your Clothes Upstairs" set for release at the end of September adds yet more questions with little answers to the emotional tug of war that seems to be present in the writers life.

Anymore, Anyless, Live and Die, Songwriter's Guide, Nothing At All... explore themes that were first dealt with on "Edge Of Now" this time around with a meatier and more off the cuff sound. At first listen 'Clothes' may sound like an afterthought/outtakes album from the session, but upon deeper listening proves to be the perfect bookend to 'At the edge of now'.

Sometimes the answers aren't as good as the questions asked. Here is The Wood Floors' latest one-two punch... enjoy.

Formed in 2003, The Wood Floors are an alternative rock band that has its roots formed in the tradition of The Afghan Whigs, The Replacements, and Guided By Voices, among others.

Singer/Songwriter/Producer, Chris Howe and Drummer, Eric Scheiner had played off and on together in various bands and formed The Wood Floors ostensibly as a side project.

A side project that would end up growing into a voluminous library of recordings and live shows.

The first two Floors' releases featured short post-punk songs in the tradition of The Replacements early material, by the time the band recorded their third release "Violence" the focus went to creating material on the spot -no rehearsals - just gut instinct and chords.

The following release "Knowing Girls" was recorded in the same manner.

In 2004 and 2005 the band released the more crafted "For Rodriguez", "Girls Inc." and "Divorce Sale" all of which continued the band's knack for song and melody.

Between 2006 and 2008 the band solidified itself with the strong releases "These Streets Won't Lead You Home", "Real Love","Dry White Heat", "The Damage Is Already Done", and arguably their career best "Catwalks In The Coliseum".

Never afraid to stray into bizarre territory, they also released off-the cuff-rockers like "Real Pig" and "Every Act Of Pleasure" during the same time span.

2010 to 2014 saw the band release the synth heavy "Moon Dolls", the eclectic "Some Girls", "Music From Not The Devil" and the somber "At the Edge of Now."

One Wood Floors release rarely gives an idea what the next album will sound like. Usurping expectations and continually surprising listeners.



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