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  1. scoundrel. out of 5 stars Apollo ‎– The Future's What It Used To Be. Reviewed in the United States on November 2, With the rocking intro of "Stay Frosty," Apollo seem determined to prove that THE FUTURE'S WHAT IT USED TO BE and /5(10).
  2. With the rocking intro of "Stay Frosty," Apollo seem determined to prove that THE FUTURE'S WHAT IT USED TO BE and that almost no time has changed since their debut in The singing on the title track only reinforce that brief period when it seemed as if rock/breaks hybrids would take over the world (spoiler: they didn't)/5(10).
  3. With the rocking intro of "Stay Frosty," Apollo seem determined to prove that THE FUTURE'S WHAT IT USED TO BE and that almost no time has changed since their debut in The singing on the title track only reinforce that brief period when it seemed as if rock/breaks hybrids would take over the world (spoiler: they didn't)/5(9).
  4. Label: Stealth Sonic Recordings - SSX P • Format: CD Album, Promo • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Drum n Bass, Breaks, Downtempo, Big Beat, House Apollo - The Future's What It Used To Be (, CD) | Discogs.
  5. Nov 01,  · referencing The Future's What It Used To Be, CD, Album, SSX , 2 Ladies and gentlemen we are witnessing a transition in the electronic music already seen coming for some time, which is the old skool and new skool shaking hands. Apollo in this album have been able to mix well with the new sounds more vintage sound with power/5(33).
  6. Apollo 5th album - 'The Future's What It Used to Be'. All songs are performed by the live band with Ewan MacFarlane singing. Guest vocal appearances by Mary Byker and Oleg Mykhailuta (TNMK)/5(10).
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Future's What It Used to Be - Apollo on AllMusic -
  8. Mar 07,  · Welcome back, Apollo ! Incidentally, if you poke around hard enough, you can also find a completely free non-album track called Thank You for Nothing, which I would heartily recommend. The easiest place to find The Future’s What it’s Used to Be is on iTunes here. If you’re buying tracks individually, take care not to pay a dollar for.

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