The Wood Floors | These Streets Won't Lead You Home

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These Streets Won't Lead You Home

by The Wood Floors

Alternative rock circa 1986-1991, alt-country, and folk.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Till Death Did Us Part
2:20 album only
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2. Raining In Baltimore Again
4:20 album only
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3. About The Waves
1:35 album only
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4. Fade Away
3:10 album only
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5. I Wish
4:12 album only
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6. These Streets Wont Lead You Home
2:24 album only
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7. Now Theres Nothing Left
2:04 album only
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8. Thats Something I Understand
2:58 album only
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9. Dreaming
3:21 album only
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10. The Difference
3:24 album only
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11. Raining In Baltimore Again (reprise)
2:50 album only
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12. Man Overboard
4:08 album only
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13. The Disintegration Of Time
10:46 album only
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The Wood Floors – These Streets Wont Lead You Home

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The Bee

Hit the streets!
An amazing journey of Jane's Addiction colliding into Ryan Adams outside a Sonic Youth concert. I'm not sure how to describe it except that it's damn good.
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Ronnie B.

Fantastic Journey
If you love Catwalks in The Colisieum by the band (greatest album ever!). You will love this!
But it's dark. Real dark. There is an ominus tone this recording that makes it different than Catwalks (only other one I own at the moment, so I don't know what to comapre it to). Great for long drives home at night. This band addresses lonliness and the need for acceptance in a cruel manipulative society like no other. Melodic noise with a melody and a southern twang.
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