Your Music Is Killing Me (Album – 2007)

The Young Punx’ 2007 debut album throws out the rule book for dance music, creating their own party rock world where the shipping forecast can sit along side a shred metal solo and electro house beats (Rockall); Ragga, drum and bass and surf guitars blend effortlessly (You’ve Got To…) or the Carpenters can turn into a UFO themed festival anthem (Interplanetary).

“The sorta record Fat Boy Slim should have made to follow up ‘We’ve come a long Way Baby’. It’s phat, funky, quirky and in-ya -face and above all fun… expect this totally absorbing debut to make it’s mark on the end of year ‘best of’ listings” – Update Magazine

“‘Your Music is Killing Me’ sees (The Young Punx) jubilantly shredding genre boundaries, swooping like crack crazed magpies to grab their favourite shiny bits with maniacal gusto… The Young Punx are vehemently anti categorisation” – Clash Magazine

“Talented beat alchemists… Exhilarating stuff” – Music Week

“The new kings of dance music” – Hard to Find Records

“My latest discoveries” – Annie Nightingale, BBC Radio 1

“Love music… Love The Young Punx. It is music that will have you jumping around like a nutter. This Album rocks! Enjoy!” – 10/10 UKCD.com

“The Young Punx debut album “Your Music Is Killing Me” is winning plaudits and redefining musical cool” – EQ Magazine

“Breaks, pop, glam rock, disco, drum and bass, opera, and surf are all thrown in to create a giddying bombardment that doesn’t let up once throughout… a good-time party soundtrack” – ID Magazine Review

“Drum & bass, opera, and surf are all thrown in to create a giddying bombardment that doesn’t let up once throughout… a good-time party soundtrack” – ID

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