Mylo ‎– Destroy Rock & Roll

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1 Mylo Valley Of The Dolls
Vocals – Marj Hogarth, Tom UrieWritten-By [Sample] – Stone*, Phillips*
3:32
2 Mylo Sunworshipper
Written-By [Sample] – Rostaing*, Le Forestier*
3:28
3 Mylo Musclecars 3:40
4 Mylo Drop The Pressure 4:17
5 Mylo In My Arms
Producer [Additional] – John Clark, Linus LovesProgrammed By – William ThrelfallWritten-By [Samples] – Merrill*, Jackie DeShannon, Rubicam*
3:48
6 Mylo Guilty Of Love
Written-By [Sample] – Duke*
3:06
7 Mylo Paris Four Hundred 3:34
8 Mylo Destroy Rock & Roll (Tom Neville's Clean Edit)
Engineer [Additional], Mixed By – John Clark, Linus LovesProducer [Additional] – John Clark, Linus LovesRemix, Producer [Additional] – Tom NevilleVocals – Dan Russell
4:46
9 Mylo Rikki 3:20
10 Mylo Otto's Journey 4:00
11 Mylo Featuring Freeform Five Muscle Car
Backing Vocals – Anu Pillai, Kabba Forster-Jones*, Nick DecosemoMastered By – John Davis (4)Producer [Additional] – Anu PillaiVocals – Tamara Barnett Herrin*Written-By – Pillai*
3:54
12 Mylo Zenophile
Engineer [Additional], Mixed By – John Clark, Linus LovesWritten-By [Sample] – Coleman*, Fields*
4:12
13 Mylo Need You Tonite
Written-By [Sample] – Judie Tzuke, Paxman*
4:53
14 Mylo Emotion 98.6 5:37
15 Mylo Soft Rock
Guitar [Additional] – William Threlfall
4:04
16 Mylo In My Arms (Popular Computer Remix)
Performer [Samples Replay] – John Clark, Kevin Kennedy, Linus Loves, William ThrelfallRemix, Producer [Additional] – Popular ComputerVocals – John Clark, Marj Hogarth, Tom UrieWritten-By [Samples] – Merrill*, Jackie DeShannon, Rubicam*
4:42
17 Mylo vs. Miami Sound Machine Doctor Pressure
Mastered By – John Davis (4)Written-By [Sample] – Elias Enrique Garcia*
3:25

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Notes

Track 1: Includes a sample of "Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls" performed by Stu Phillips and published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd. Used by permission.
Track 2: Includes a sample of "Si Tu Étais Né En Mai" performed by Maxime Le Forestier and published by Misere De Editions Sarl. Used by permission. Vocal sample comes from an unknown source. While every effort has been made to find the copyright owner of the vocal sample, it has been so far impossible to locate them. We are continuing to search for the originator of this vocal and would welcome any information.
Tracks 5 and 16: Includes samples of "Bette Davis Eyes" performed by Kim Carnes and published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd. And of "Waiting For A Star To Fall" performed by Boy Meets Girl and published by Universal Music. Used by permission.
Track 6: Includes a sample of "Guilty" performed by George Duke and published by Carlin Music Group. Used by permission.
Track 8: Contains uncredited samples of "Invocation For Judgement Against And Destruction Of Rock Music" on the album "The Sounds of American Doomsday Cults" by Church Universal & Triumphant, Inc. featuring Elizabeth Clare Prophet.
Track 11: Additional production for Freeform Five.
Track 12: Includes a sample of "Where Am I Going" performed by Dusty Springfield and published by Campbell Connelly / Music Sales. Used by permission.
Track 13: Includes a sample of "Stay With Me Til Dawn" performed by Judie Tzuke and courtesy of Big Ocean Productions.
Track 16: Popular Computer appears courtesy of Kitsuné Music.
Track 17: Contains samples of "Dr. Beat" performed by Miami Sound Machine featuring Gloria Estefan under license from Sony BMG Music Entertainment and published by Universal Music Publishing. "Doctor Pressure" was originally conceived by Phil'n'Dog (http://www.radio-earwax.co.uk).
Tracks 11 & 17: Mastered @ Alchemy Solo (www.alchemysolo.com).
Recorded in Scotland. Original sound recording made by Breastfed Records Ltd.
No animals were harmed in the making of this record.
Manufactured and distributed in the USA by Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
℗ 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Breastfed Records Ltd.
© 2006 Breastfed Music Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 28767 26662 6
  • Matrix / Runout: 82876726662 | EJ38001
  • Other (SID codes): IFPI LB41 | IFPI 10J8

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BFD007CD Mylo Destroy Rock & Roll(CD, Album) Breastfed BFD007CD UK 2004 Sell This Version
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BFD007LPX Mylo Destroy Rock & Roll(2xLP, Album) Breastfed BFD007LPX UK 2005 Sell This Version
HUSSYCD020 Mylo Destroy Rock & Roll(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) Hussle Recordings, Breastfed HUSSYCD020 Australia 2005 Sell This Version

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ShampooCell

ShampooCell

May 26, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

I can say without qualification that this will go down as my favorite album of the decade. It's strikingly brilliant through and through, start to finish. Mylo will get your ass out of your seat and dancing, and if you're not the dancing type, you'll wiggle in your chair a bit and sway to the music.

This is everything that electro should be -- pumping, danceable and catchy. "Guilty Of Love" is the standout track to my ears, and sadly it has thusfar failed to get as much attention as some of the others. The Popular Computer remix of "In My Arms" is the other standout in this album of standouts.
ethan

ethan

May 12, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
About a two-and-a-half-year wait for this to finally see a U.S. release; for me, though, it was worth the wait. Mylo really came out of nowhere to move dancefloors all over the world with a CD that is chock full of hits. I cannot for the life of me get "Sunworshipper", "Musclecars", and especially "Guilty Of Love" out of my head - even if I was lobotomized. Some of the sounds he uses may be repetitive; but remember, this was made on a G4 with probably only a few software programs. If Mylo's a millionaire, or at least if he has some cash to spend, hw can buy more gear to create more effects and avoid recycling for the sophomore disc. That's just a minor quibble to me. Very unexpected first impression from this Scot. See? Even YOU can make a good record if you try hard.
distantHum

distantHum

April 21, 2006
edited over 6 years ago

Although some have noted that track 8 samples Negativland's "Michael Jackson" from their classic "Escape From Noise", the sample source is actually the same for both songs: an obscure record featuring the infamous cult Church Universal & Triumphant - now also known as "The Summit Lighthouse".
On the record (found elsewhere on Discogs), their leader Elizabeth Clare Prophet, and other church leaders, lead worshippers through rapidly repeated prayers, or "decrees", that the entire church says in unison - something along the lines of having a large room full of auction callers rapidly reciting the same passage.
The "Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney, etc" portion of the recitation is a condemnation of rock-n-roll read by a church leader, and is the only one of the recorded "decrees" that is actually understandable.
Ultimately, a brilliant use of this sample - arguably better than Negativland's use of it.