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...awsome :D

New album, new sound, same band

After hearing "Detox" and "machine 15" on the band's myspace, I swiftly bought the album. I had an instant appreciation for the album as a whole. The songs are catchy, they stay within the bands best sounds we've come to love, but still have a fresh feel to them. To name afew tracks that really stood out; the previous two mentioned above, "vicious circle", "Who's laughing now", "Ducks and drakes" and "Turnkey Paradise". This album should be a definate buy for old and new fans. Enjoy.

Nothing gorundbreaking, but still a solid effort!

When I first heard the title track, I have to say I thought that after 15 years of great tunes, Millencolin had "gone soft" and it was all going to go downhill from here. But then after hearing Brand New Game on their website, I had to give the album a second chance, and I bought it. Sure, Machine 15 and Detox are very different to their old sound, but the rest of the album sounds pretty good. If you're after classic Millencolin, get Who's Laughing Now and Brand New Game, if you want the new style get Detox and Machine 15 (which I have to say is the worst track on the album) and for other great tracks listen to Viscious Circle, Done is Done, Ducks and Drakes and Route One. Its not Millencolin's best album by a long way, but this is still worth investing in.


Formed: October, 1992 in Örebro, Sweden

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Scandinavian skatepunk unit Millencolin formed in Örebro, Sweden, in late 1992 with its members coming together from other area punk bands. Inspired by the Southern California hardcore sound of bands like Operation Ivy, the Descendents, and NOFX, vocalist/bassist Nikola Sarcevic and guitarists Erik Ohlsson and Mathias Färm formed the first incarnation of Millencolin (a variation on the skateboarding maneuver dubbed melancholy) as a Swedish-language group, but later began writing and singing in English....
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Machine 15, Millencolin
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  • £8.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Punk
  • Released: 07 April 2008

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