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Speak & Destroy
My Ruin
Speak & Destroy
 
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2004 remastered digipak reissue of the classic, critically acclaimed 1999 debut album, features 18 tracks. Snapper.

     

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All Artists: My Ruin
Title: Speak & Destroy
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Release Date: 2/24/2004
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 766485244642

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2004 remastered digipak reissue of the classic, critically acclaimed 1999 debut album, features 18 tracks. Snapper.

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M. Foster | Florida, USA | 09/28/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you're a Jack off Jill, Kindeythieves, Collide, or Otep fan; you will absolutely love this band. My Ruin Screams out everyt black thought in the back of your mind, but with a reassuring soft melody at times to pull it back. From here I'll go on and tell a little bit about each song, what I think and sich...

The pro and epi are a waste of time, and I see no use for it in the album. Un-necessary really. But I have to admit, you'll crack a smile when you hear the man's voice.

Terror, Has to be my favorite song in the entire album. IT's like a release of contradictions, which is always great to confront if I do say so myself. The simple lines that go w/the beat really makes you think about each word, you want to know the meaning behind it.

Tainted Love is another good one, I have to admit I'm a saavy MM fan, how could I not like this one? I like how they made this their song, not trying to immitate the master himself.

My beautiful Flower was awesome, I can't even put it to words. It's weird feeling you get. You have to hear it to understand, trust me!

This is truly a beautiful album, put together, not thrown together. There is no fillers in this album whatsoever!"
Finally equal rights come into the meduim of music!!!
Paul Isaacs | Shabbington, Buckinghamshire UK | 06/27/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Certainly a very powerful album by the nu/rap- metal band called "My Ruin". Every single track is laced with very pure and diffrent emotions, I have a lot of respect for feminisitic honesty in this album equal rights are very promenent issues and should be taken with respect and maturity, in particular the first track "Terror" hits home quick and fast with these issues above.This is a stalwart in not just the metal genre but the music industry as it deals with issues that are considered taboo in todays rather ingnorant society, and I glad to say that band is still going...pure brillance!!"