The Wood Floors | Enfant Terrible

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Enfant Terrible

by The Wood Floors

Enfant Terrible is as about as dark, vivid, and musically infectious as a recording gets.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Mistreated Girls
7:14 album only
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2. Obfuscating
5:33 album only
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3. Meet Me In Paris
6:42 album only
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4. Catwalks In The Coliseum
6:33 album only
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5. The Only Star
5:06 album only
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6. Enfant Terrible
10:53 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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Album Notes
Enfant Terrible

According to the American Heritage and Merriam Webster’s Dictionaries: "enfant terrible.
A person whose startlingly unconventional behavior and ideas are a source of
embarrassment or dismay....a person known for shocking remarks or outrageous behavior… a (usually) young and successful person who is strikingly unorthodox, innovative, or avant-garde”
The Wood Floors have avoided embarrassment and have made a great,
unconventional album as they soundtrack a film noir waiting to be created. A
short list of songs take up a lengthy amount of time with tracks clocking in
at 7 to 9 minutes a piece.
"Mistreated Girls" is a creepy standout, which may
begin to tell the origins of the central character, a female who makes all
drink the wine of the wrath of her fornication. A glimpse of stocking, a
trace of lipstick, and a trip to foreign lands "Meet Me In Paris" soundtracks
a dark adventure that's as disturbing as it is pleasurable.
The Noise magazine has described The Wood Floors as "creepy-cool
narco-poppers". Enfant Terrible is as about as dark, vivid, and musically
infectious as a recording gets.

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