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“When I first heard Mylo's Destroy Rock 'n' Roll album...”

Written on: 15/12/2005 by MolkoDragon (2 reviews written)

When I first heard Mylo's Destroy Rock 'n' Roll album in May 2004 it sounded fresh, new and groundbreaking. All the tracks on the album stand out, with my personal highlights being Drop the Pressure, In My Arms and Need You Tonite. Many of the tunes are good to chill out to, whilst tracks such as Drop the Pressure have build-ups and a big bass line.
Mylo seems to have become rather over-played of late, and rather over-rated… Read Full Review

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“Mylo's debut album, Destroy Rock 'n' Roll is a great...”

Written on: 08/06/2005 by Bubabaah (42 reviews written)

Mylo's debut album, Destroy Rock 'n' Roll is a great CD indeed. The title track is only one highlight as are the other singles 'Drop the Pressure' and 'In My Arms'. The other tracks seem to blend seamlessly and unidentifiably into one another but in a good way. It reminds me a lot of Moby's album Play at times and is definitely a worthy addition to my CD collection… Read Full Review

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