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    Franz Ferdinand's fourth album, titled Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action, marks a return to music for the band and is their first album since 2009's 'Tonight'.

    The return is a welcome one, the album opens with the 1st single 'Right Action' (out now), which is a very catchy Indie Rock song with funky guitar sounds. The album is mainly full of up-beat songs the poppy 'Love Illumination' is another one of the highlights, a video for the song has been released online. 'Treason! Animals' is also good.
    Whilst 'Fresh Strawberries', is a slow paced but, interesting track that is almost like a modern version of The Beatles' 'Strawberry Field Forever'.

    Overall my verdict is the album does not disappoint if you've enjoyed there previous efforts particularly their 1st and 2nd albums, you'll most likely enjoy this. It has been getting positive reviews by critics too.



    Must me one of best NOW albums in a while last one had two One Direction songs on it as they has been some great music around the charts in the last few months. Highlights for me are Blurred Lines- Passenger's No2 hit 'Let Me Go'- Justin Timberlake Mirrors and Daft Punk Get Lucky, written by Nile Rogers of 70's disco band Chic- which happens to be NOW 85's opening track, great.
    There's a couple of songs I'm not keen but, each to their own like Demi Lovato's Heartattack and Will.I.Am featuring Justin Biebers THEPOWER. Housewives favourite Michael Buble Its a Beautiful Day appeared as the last song on Disc 2 bit harsh as it was a fairly big hit.

  3.  Brilliant Album!


    Pre-ordered this album back in May and could not stop listening to it
    It's a brilliant album probably the best of the year. I like every track on the album particularly. Picking Up The Pieces, Blood Sweat and Tears, Agony and 30 Minute Love Affair.
    If you like proper music brilliant vocals and great lyrics you will love this album it should have been a UK No1 album but it unfortunately just missed out.

  4.  King King (1933) Summary


    I first watched the original King Kong about four years ago having watched few other vintage films I was pleasantly surprised by it. I much prefer it to the 2005 remake the narrative is much better and the realism is much more impressive especially due to the levels of film technology avaialble in 1933. The film uses stop-motion animation for Kong and camera trickery so he appears huge compared to the people. If you don't like the idea of watching such an old film or simply the prospect of watching a film in black and white, you should put these opinions aside. It's also worth noting that a colourised version of King Kong 1933 is included in this box set as well as the 1963 and 1967 King Kong sequels. A great box set worth 5.99 for one of the most popular films of the 1930's it's a great classic film.