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  1.  AWESOME - what a brilliant band / album.

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    I bought this album as The Skints were supporting You Me at Six earlier in the year and I wanted to listen to some of their material before the gig. Not only was I blown away by the album, The Skints were absolutely amazing live and were (in my opinion) better than You Me at Six.

    I just can't stop playing this album and the tracks are strong from start to finish.

    This is a must-buy CD and certainly now ranks highly in my all-time favourite CD's.

    My advice is buy the album and if you get chance then go and see them play live - AWESOME!!

  2.  Great album - The Enemy are back to their BEST.

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    After a disappointing 2nd album, The Enemy are back with a bang with their new album.

    The rousing anthems have returned and this is a must buy CD for 2012.

    Buy it now......

  3.  Absolutely fantastic album. I recommend the Deluxe version.

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    This album is AWESOME.

    I agree with the other reviews that it is a definite grower which for me always turn out to be my favourite albums. I bought the Deluxe version and I would strongly recommend you do because the additional tracks are also superb.

    Whilst in my opinion the first Keane album Hopes and Fears still slightly shades Strangeland this is certainly a very close second and is a return to the haunting and melodic tunes that us long term Keane fans love.

    My favourite tracks are Disconnected - Sovereign Light Cafe - Neon River and Run With Me but to be honest there are no tracks that I do not like.

    Overall this album is nothing short of a little masterpiece so if you have not bought it yet then BUY IT NOW - you will not be disappointed.

  4.  Anthony Perkins: Split Image

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    A fantastic read. This is a very in-depth analysis of the life and struggles of a film icon - a must for Psycho fans everywhere. Once I picked it up I couldn't put it down - highly recommended.