MyloDestroy Rock & Roll

Label:Breastfed – BFD007CD
CD, Album
Style:Leftfield, House, Synth-pop


1Valley Of The Dolls3:30
3Muscle Cars3:39
4Drop The Pressure4:15
5In My Arms3:46
6Guilty Of Love3:06
7Paris Four Hundred3:32
8Destroy Rock & Roll4:07
10Ottos Journey3:58
11Musclecar Reform Reprise
Remix, Producer [Additional]Anu Pillai
13Need You Tonite4:51
14Emotion 98.65:36



Track 5 samples "Bette Davis Eyes" by Kim Carnes and "Waiting For A Star To Fall" by Boy Meets Girl.
Track 8 samples elements from "Preamble-Great Divine Rectors Call" on the album "The Sounds of American Doomsday Cults" by Church Universal & Triumphant, Inc. featuring Elizabeth Clare Prophet.
Track 13 samples "Stay With Me Til Dawn" by Judie Tzuke.

Additional production & parts on track 11 by Anu Pillai (Freeform Five).

Recorded in Scotland.
All tracks published by Breastfed Songs.

"No animals were harmed in the making of this record".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed On Release): 8 23220 30072 5
  • Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS BFD007CD 52036 4042826
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L055
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI KA01
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI KA02
  • Mould SID Code (Variant (3)): IFPI KA07

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Destroy Rock & Roll (CDr, Promo, Album)BreastfedBFD007CDPUK2004
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Destroy Rock & Roll (CD, Album, Digipak)Hussle Recordings, BreastfedHUSSYCD009Australia & New Zealand2004
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Destroy Rock & Roll (CD, Album)Breastfed, V2VVR1030202France2004
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Destroy Rock & Roll (CD, Album)Breastfed, Vale MusicBFD007CD, VLCD 3091Spain2004
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Destroy Rock & Roll (CD, Album, Promo, Card Sleeve)V2VVR1030202PEurope2004



  • disturbancewsvc's avatar
    Overrated, quite boring, safe "dance music" for millennials, don't worry, it won't upset mom on the way home from soccer practice, as she carts you around in the SUV. She'll even swing by the Starbucks drive-thru for her 4th time that day, to get you and her some soy.
    • fixiphonemusic's avatar
      This is the electronic and dance album that defines the 2000's. I can say that every dance track or album that came after this was inspired by this album. I love it!
      • scoundrel's avatar
        Edited 18 years ago
        DESTROY ROCK & ROLL, the debut album from Mylo, doesn’t really want to destroy anything. It seems to want to let some sunshine in, and right from the singsong opener, “Valley of the Dolls,” it succeeds brilliantly. “Sunworshipper” is a cruise down Pacific Highway 101 with the top down and the warm ocean wind in your hair, while “Muscle Cars” is the electro-house vehicle of choice. There’s a joyous 80s vibe to the album, from the string-laden “Guilty of Love” to the New Wave-influenced “Paris Four Hundred”—but it’s filtered through a modern sensibility that pokes fun at itself. For proof, listen to the religious fanatic of the title track layered on top of a dance beat—you can’t take a zealot who mispronounces Cyndi Lauper and David Bowie seriously. But to counter to irony, “Emotion 98.6” has an authentic sweetness to it. But the sparkling gem here is undoubtedly “In My Arms,” a deliriously charming 80s mash-up of the synth riff from Kim Carnes’ “Bette Davis Eyes” and the chorus from Boy Meets Girl’s “Waiting for a Star to Fall.” Marvelous through and through.
        • blythy
          Edited 19 years ago
          Mylo has firmly established himself as one of the best up and coming British producers, and Destroy Rock & Roll certainly reflects this.

          It's hard to find a weak point on this album, in fact, I'd be as daring to say there isn't one. A delightful blend of upbeat and downbeat tracks ensure that this album will be in your system for weeks!


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