The sleevenotes proclaim that no animals were harmed in the making of the record, yet it's also true to say that rock and roll only suffers minor bruising courtesy of Scottish dance/electro expert Myles MacInnes AKA Mylo. The title is certainly an ambitious statement and for a while Mylo provides a convincing manifesto. Events begin in an easy listening style, along the same lines as King Of Woolworths but by the third track, 'Muscle Cars', disco steps up, with the dance dynamic fully embraced on energetic single 'Drop The Pressure'. There's also a Richard X style mash up as 'In My Arms' skilfully combines Kim Carnes 'Bette Davis' Eyes' with Boy Meets Girl's naff pop soul number 'Waiting For A Star To Fall'. However, from then on, the ideas seem to dissipate into rather lifeless club tunes, only perking up by the breezy chill out of 'Need You Tonite' but by then half an hour has passed with little to excite. 'Destroy Rock & Roll' is rather overshadowed by the considerably more involving Junior Boys' 'Last Exit', therefore rock and roll can rest easy once more.