Exotic Club | 7 Eleven (Des Boulevards to the Evergreens and Back)

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7 Eleven (Des Boulevards to the Evergreens and Back)

by Exotic Club

Debut EP from the French-American band Exotic Club.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Turn Out the Lights (Intro)
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2. After Hours (7 Eleven)
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3. Zone Sensible
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4. French Theory On the Backstage
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5. Dance Together, Dance Forever
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6. Turn Them Back On (Outro)
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Debut EP from the French-American band Exotic Club. Here in "7 Eleven" their style ranges from New Wave to Synth, with a specific Dark Dance twist. While not being a concept album, a definite variety of constant themes appears in these six tracks: let's just say mainly the schizophrenic feelings and desires from having roamed in not one but two cities; sparking boredom, lust, disgust, catharsis and disillusions.

From Haussmann Boulevards where the only way to forget you’re bored is having a drink in a café while remembering a philosopher used to be at the same spot, 60 years ago to the Evergreens, ridding in a pick-up on you’re way to a filthy divy strip club, and back. Sh*t where is the myth, where is the myth?


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