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Millennium Fever

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Album Review

Besides the forging techno-pop of tracks like "Astral America" and "(Don't Fear) the Reaper," Apollo 440's debut album has several more epic-length tracks, like "Liquid Cool" and "Rumble/Spirit of America."

Customer Reviews

Underrated gem

Genuinely think one of the best albums of the 90's,completely original especially for the time,one of the first bands to mix house/trance/rock successfully,no mean feat!From the sublimely weird and haunting 'Liquid cool' to the mad 'Astral America' with one of the best versions of 'Don't fear the reaper' thrown in for good measure this really is worth listening to.I still do now after all these years,so much better than most of the drivel released today.Great price too!Try it,you might just love it!


Formed: 1990 in Liverpool, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

A '90s dance act unafraid to throw a growing variety of styles (and samples) into the mix, Apollo 440 hit the British Top Ten in 1997 by sampling Van Halen for the single "Ain't Talkin' Bout Dub," and big-band drummer Gene Krupa for "Krupa." The group was formed in 1991 by Howard Gray (a former studio engineer), his brother Trevor, classically trained on the piano, and their Liverpool schoolmate Noko, formerly the guitarist in Howard Devoto's Luxuria. The group was initially influenced by Britain's...
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