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Reviewer:
DemolitionDerby
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  1.  Good memories

    Posted: 

    As I ordered the Number Ones by the BeeGees I was expecting nothing but the best and what I received was exactly that. Although their voices are different they come into harmony in the most special way, creating nothing but good vibrations and when listening to all their sounds I tend to forget the world around me. Can you possibly ask for more?

  2.  love it

    Posted: 

    I am a big Katy Perry fan, so when I bought this album I really got satisfied with the 19 songs, it could have more (like 22), but the songs are so good that I have no reason to give a rating of 4,3,2 or 1 to this album, its worth and I recommend buying... even if you are not a Katy Perry fan!

  3.  Alex Clare

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    I saw Alex Clare play at Queens' May Ball in Cambridge last year. He easily outshone all of the other acts hands down. His music is easy yet interesting to listen to. He throws in some great beats, lyrics and rhythm to make this album my best purchase of the year. 'Tightrope' and 'Treading Water' are the two tracks that stand out but he slows it down for 'I love you' and his version of 'When Doves Cry'. Its a little bit calmer than Magnetic Man but still keeps a smile on your face. Just try it out and I promise you will love it!

  4.  The Boss is back

    Posted: 

    In a time when music lovers are wondering who the next big thing will be...here's a moment of pure and exciting distraction...from one of the biggest and best names in the industry.

    It has a bit of everything for everyone with plenty of rebel yell and punch against our beloved bankers.

    So be ready to sing, sway, chant, punch the air...the Boss is here. Enjoy.

  5.  Yay

    Posted: 

    Rufus Wainwright delivers his most consistent and restrained lp since Poses but with stylistic echoes of all his work sprinkled throughout. Mark Ronson produces with a great ear for 70's soft-rock, 80's electro-pop and Wainwright's more complex usual sound. Seriously good pop music from an artist who deserves the wider audience this will hopefully bring.

  6.  Very talented

    Posted: 

    A lovely album by a lovely lady. I'm really hoping they bring this out on DVD sometime.

  7.  Walter's best stuff yet..

    Posted: 

    This is a great album - my favourites are the opening "Saw My Mama Cryin" and "Recovery".

    Definitely worth a listen, you won't be able to put it down!

  8.  Marc Bolan Classic!

    Posted: 

    This album really captures the era that was the beginning of the seventies decade.

    Marc was in top form on this with two massive hits included here: 'Jeepster' and 'Get It On'. But this album has some classic numbers, and the highlights for me are: 'Cosmic Dancer', 'Girl', 'The Motivator' and 'Life's A Gas'. The final track 'Rip-Off' seems to me to have been an afterthought that could have been left off.

    True Glam Gold!

  9.  Marc Bolan Classic!

    Posted: 

    This album really captures the era that was the beginning of the seventies decade.

    Marc was in top form on this with two massive hits included here: 'Jeepster' and 'Get It On'. But this album has some classic numbers, and the highlights for me are: 'Cosmic Dancer', 'Girl', 'The Motivator' and 'Life's A Gas'. The final track 'Rip-Off' seems to me to have been an afterthought that could have been left off.

    True Glam Gold!

  10.  A Return To Form

    Posted: 

    I have been a big feeder fan since the very beginning and have been so disappointed since "Comfort in Sound". This album is a welcome return to form and has rekindled my love of Feeder. I dont think I can even pick a favourite track, the album runs so well together.