Mynt Release Retro House Album Still Not Sorry

The ubiquitous 2003 single 'How Did You Know' is getting wrapped in plastic along with a new crop of deliciously bouncy retro NYC-style house tracks within Mynt's new album. Listen up.

Posted by Michael Bordash on Tue Nov 8, 2005

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Everyone (and their mothers) remembers the uncontrollable monster single "How Did You Know". It played all over the NYC airwaves for months during the latter part of 2003, even crossing over to Z100 and Miami's Y-100 pop format shows. Now two years later we have much of the same high-energy happy house tracks that made "How Did You Know" a pop success. Definitely has its particular fans.

Says DJ Riddler on the formation of the group, "From the beginning, we wanted to create a group that was a throwback to our youth. Albert and I grew up listening to everything from Dee-lite, Nine-Inch Nails, Depeche Mode, C&C Music Factory, Saint Etienne, Book of Love, to Culture Beat and 2 Unlimited. So we decided to take those experiences, fuse them with some of today's upcoming talented artists and form our own 21st Century version of those early groups."

"Still Not Sorry"
Artist: Mynt
Format: CD
Label: Ultra
Released: November 29, 2005
1. How Did You Know
2. Stay
3. Still Not Sorry
4. Playa Haters
5. You're The Only One
6. Take Me Home
7. Kiss Me (Besame)
8. Back In Love
9. Takin' Over
10. Send Me An Angel
11. Stay - Valentin Remix
12. Still Not Sorry - Mr Sam Radio Remix

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