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SoundMagic E10 In-Ear Earphones (Silver / Black)
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The quality of these earphones is clear as soon as you put them on. Comfortable, good noise reduction, good levels of bass and additional buds in a leather bag to suit various shaped ears! The earphones did develop a minor fault after 6 months, but I'll still happily give these 5 stars due to the excellent customer support and very fast delivery of my replacements.
A very happy customer!
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As you can tell by most of the reviews, the single payer game is stunning and will surely have a good shelf life. The ability to buy mods on the black market (like Resident Evil 4) is superb and the graphics... well, i'm running an Intel Core 2 Duo 3.0ghz, ATI Radeon 4870 1GB and 3gb RAM... it's STUNNING. The multiplayer is problematic but since it's a new game they'll be sure to release patches to clear up all bugs and glitches very soon. Once they've done that i'll find it hard going leaving my pc.
Started A Fire
One Night Only - CD
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I'll avoid the temptation to repeat the words "Razorlight wannabe, new-indie clone NME dross" over and over. Sadly, taking away such descriptions and comparisons leaves very little else to state because the music leaves NO room for any constructive criticism. It's THAT bad. Horribly dull, disgustingly un-original and bland. Thankfully these no-hopers will be gone within a couple of years as they have no talent to maintain a respectable shelf life.
Avoid like the plague, unless you like music which sounds like all the other pap on Radio One's merry-go-round of identikit garbage.
Weezer (The Blue Album)
Weezer - CD
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Weezer's first was not only their finest album, it remains one of the best rock albums ever released. Showcasing exactly how to create a memorable and lasting debut, 'The Blue Album' has not one track which will make you reach for the fast forward button. Ten songs of incredibly catchy and memorable tunes, this album rightfully holds it's place on the Rolling Stone top 500 albums of all time list (beating even Sabbath's Master of Reality, Public Enemy's Fear of a Black Planet, RHCP's Blood Sugar..., Van Halen's debut and Nirvana's In Utero to name but a few).
This album has easily withstood the test of time and is especially great to listen to during the summer months (assuming you actually get good weather). And if you disagree with anything i've said, "I don't care 'bout that".