"The band prefers the unscripted route through transformative song structures, ensuring that each song becomes its own animal."
"... I strongly suggest giving Turbo a spin on your own, particularly if you've typed the word 'discordant' less than five times in the past calendar year -- it's a smart, charming and challenging album whose finest tricks are best discovered new."
by justin kownacki
November 22, 2004.
"from my first time through it, turbo gets the official and coveted JFW two-thumbs-up, with an extra mutant-thumb-up for the innovative packaging."
"in which a compact disc is purchased"
by jeremy freese
jeremy freese's weblog
july 4, 2004.
"turbo is a collection of 12 emo/pop songs tasty enough to rival a jar of jelly belly's."
the chemistry of emo rock
eat breathe sleep rock
june 16, 2004.
"This album is amazing."
"The lyrics, although conveying standard themes such as love lost and dissatisfaction with American culture, are well put together and thought-provoking."
"The design of this CD is one of the most amazing, original, and awesome ideas I have ever witnessed."
millimeters mercury, "turbo"
june 11, 2004.
"The new Millimeters Mercury now has a cache of songs that have been polished into gems. Whatever they're on to, they're onto something good."
"dive into the hyde park music scene"
by derek ming-wong
the chicago weekly news.
november 29, 2001.
"Millimeters Mercury are simply a very impressive young band."
"If The Mobius Trip is a portent of things to come for the band, it won't be the first time Millimeters Mercury do something few other emo bands can."
by matthew pollesel.
june 5, 2002.
"Go out and get Millimeters Mercury, because we always need bands like this, where innocence and passion attach like spawn to rock lifestyles ("I'm trying to keep my guitar from getting wet") and over-the-top love."
by theodore defosse.
august 29, 2002.