|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Trixie Stapelton 291 - Se Taire Pour Une Femme Trop Belle||9||Audio||1998||Spalax Music|
|2||Se Taire Pour Une Femme Trop Belle||11||Audio||2001|
|3||Trixie Stapleton 291 Se Taire Pour Une Femme Trop Belle||9||Audio||1994||Mellow Records|
|4||Trixie Stapelton 291 - Se Taire Pour Une Femme Trop Belle||9||Audio||2010||Bichon Records|
|5||Se Taire Pour Une Femme Trop Belle||11||Audio||2010||Futura Records (2)|
|6||Fille Qui Mousse||9||Audio||2012||Not On Label|
|7||Trixie Stapelton 291 - Se Taire Pour Une Femme Trop Belle||9||Audio||2013-11-01||Monster Melodies Records|
Underground experimental rock band from Paris circa 1970-72.
Fille Qui Mousse was the 'ego trip of Henri-Jean Enu' (to quote Actuel Magazine), an experimental artist and editor of the underground arts and music newspaper "Parapluie". They were never a normal stable group, but were in a state of constant flux. Henri-Jean's own notes list the LP line-up thus: Henri-Jean Enu (guitar and noise), Jean-Pierre Lentin (bass), Dominique Lentin (drums), Olivier Legrand (violin), Benjamin Legrand (piano), plus several guests.
Although signed to Futura Records, their LP was never properly released and became a rare/mythical collectable, notorious for being included on the Nurse With Wound list, it eventually gained official CD release in the 1990's.