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Enfant Terrible ‎– ET001
CD, Compilation, Limited Edition


1 Swann Danger Hit The Bricks 3:52
2 Black Ice Bells Of Sicily 4:26
3 Headcollision Fireman 4:19
4 Saralunden Les Mains D'Un Autre 3:07
5 Luisa LaChouf* Thousand Miles Of Dreaming 2:16
6 Popsimonova Obrisi 3:10
7 Flying Bodies Transformer 4:24
8 Florence Foster Fan Club Subliminal Neurosis 5:20
9 :Codes Something Ahead 3:40
10 Agent Side Grinder The Screams 3:34
11 Dolina Once Again 3:18
12 Kim Ki O Mutsuzsunuz, Hepiniz 4:04
13 Model Z Military March 3:07
14 Le Moine Amnesia 4:19
15 Antlers Mulm Painted Grave (Blue Version) 3:08
16 Distel (2) Fand 3:49
17 Wermut The Systematic Destruction Of Craving 7:51
18 Oplen Music For Trains 5:32



First edition of 1000 copies, cardboard gatefold sleeve and 12 page fold out booklet.



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December 31, 2009
On its first CD release Dutch label Enfant Terrible does not restrict itself to serving only a certain genre, it is more a call for being open minded, thus bringing together international groups ranging from pure minimal electro to experimental chanson, from almost gothic rock to ambient electronics. If Anna can get used to SWANN DANGER’s distorted guitar noise is rather questionable, but BLACK ICE - reminding a bit of Christian Death or maybe Faith & the Muse - do appeal to her, and so does the experimental lovely and noisy waltz by HEADCOLLISION. SARALUNDEN is maybe melancholic indie chanson? Same goes for LUISA LaCHOUF with some sort of an experimental chansonesque tune. After these five rather unusual tracks the pure electronics fraction starts with POPSIMONOVA, FYLING BODIES (feat. Beats Evers and Charles Kent), FLORENCE FOSTER FAN CLUB, the F242 clone :CODES, AGENT SIDE GRINDER, DOLINA. Then first highlight: the Turkish (!) KIM KI O with a nice sparkling electro track, MODEL Z with the minimal electro hit “Military March” (Roland TR-606 action). Also LE MOINE delivers a very nice atmospheric instrumental electro track called “Amnesia” followed by the lovely ambient-electro of ANTLERS MULM. DISTEL delivers a dark soundtrack, angst pop is the mentioned in the description, ok then, followed by our darlings WERMUT with an almost eight minutes monotonous yet constantly building-up instrumental track with some voice sampling and an atmospheric melancholic lead guitar, great track! Last song by OPLEN (from ASG) with a rather weird mixture of punchy rhythm, cheap organs and spacey sounds like from a cheap Sci-Fi B-movie. As said earlier, this is for more open minded people and maybe not for those with a strict 80’s affinity, but this is what Enfant Terrible was never about, so only consistent with their label policy.