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Reviewer:
jagger
Reviews:
0
Votes:
61 (66% helpful)

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  1.  The Minds have never sounded better! This rocks!

    Posted: 

    I can't speak highly enough of this record it is simply stunning, if you're a fan of cool sounding rock music you'll love it. The Minds were stripped down to a duo by this point but they recruited a huge array of musical talent for this album. Singer Jim Kerr's voice has never sounded better and Charlie Burchill is all over it with catchy guitar licks/riffs. I remember hearing She's A River on the radio when it was released and thinking "wow". Hypnotised is one of the Minds best tunes but too me there isn't a song i dislike on the album, which i couldn't say about Real Life or Street Fighting Years. The keyboards take a back seat as Charlie lets rips on guitar and Kerr's voice soars. And The Band Played On and Criminal World see the Minds bring a new freshness that's been missing on previous releases.

  2.  The Minds have never sounded better! This rocks!

    Posted: 

    I can't speak highly enough of this record it is simply stunning, if you're a fan of cool sounding rock music you'll love it. The Minds were stripped down to a duo by this point but they recruited a huge array of musical talent for this album. Singer Jim Kerr's voice has never sounded better and Charlie Burchill is all over it with catchy guitar licks/riffs. I remember hearing She's A River on the radio when it was released and thinking "wow". Hypnotised is one of the Minds best tunes but too me there isn't a song i dislike on the album, which i couldn't say about Real Life or Street Fighting Years. The keyboards take a back seat as Charlie lets rips on guitar and Kerr's voice soars. And The Band Played On and Criminal World see the Minds bring a new freshness that's been missing on previous releases.

  3.  ESSENTIAL LISTENING!

    Posted: 

    The first five albums from Simple Minds are finally getting the credit they deserve. Each albums offers something different and the music still sounds just as fresh today. Pleasently Disturbed, Thirty Frames A Second, Celebrate, In Trance As Mission, I Travel and Chelsea Girl are just a few of the highlights, you'll be humming these tunes all day! And if anyone has recorded a better instrumental than Theme For Great Cities then i have yet to hear it. If you want to get started with Simple Minds you can't go wrong with this, X5 contains the lesser known work but captures arguably the bands best and most creative period.

  4.  dolph plays drummer/martial artist.......enough said

    Posted: 

    OK so let me try and some this film up, Lungren plays a drummer in a rock band playing at the concert for a Russian President, the concert is sabotaged by terrorists and suddenly Lundgren becomes a martial arts expert (with no explanation as to how he acquired these skills?!!!). Added into the mix a sexy teenage female pop star has the hots for a mid 50's Lundgren. His script is shocking as all he seems to do for the first 15mins is wonder around in a daze telling people his name is Jo. Marginally better than recent Van Damme efforts, but not by much..........

  5.  ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    Posted: 

    I don't think i've ever cared less about the ending to a film, OK well maybe Brooklyn's Finest, but still the story is so ridiculously farfetched it's just not gripping enough. Jolie is less than convincing in this role and Depp's acting talents are seriously wasted. Considering they have starred in great films like Blow & Changeling this is a massive disappointment.

  6.  ZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzz

    Posted: 

    I don't think i've ever cared less about the ending to a film, OK well maybe Brooklyn's Finest, but still the story is so ridiculously farfetched it's just not gripping enough. Jolie is less than convincing in this role and Depp's acting talents are seriously wasted. Considering they have starred in great films like Blow & Changeling this is a massive disappointment.

  7.  WHAT A BEAUTIFUL BUZZ!!!

    Posted: 

    I'm sure most fans will have heard about this album being famously recorded in the basement of Nellcote, Keith Richards south of France home around 1971. This was the period when the Stones concentrated less on hit singles and more on classic albums, and boy they sure pulled it off with Exile. The opener Rocks Off almost defines the Stones as they rip through the past paced rocker with an amazing guitar intro and classic Jagger vocals. The album doesn't let up as Keith & Mick Taylor up the ante on Rip this Joint, Jagger is at the very top of his game on Tumbling Dice. Loving Cup is an awesome piano anthem and a very underrated Stones track & Happy see's Keith take the lead vocals and deliver probably his best Stones song. On I Just Want To See His Face it's clear that the Stones recorded this in a dark & humid basement, it's echoing through the music. Undoubtedly the Stones finest hour, Mick, Keith, Bill, Charlie & Mick T......we salute you!!!!

  8.  WHAT A BEAUTIFUL BUZZ!!

    Posted: 

    I'm sure most fans will have heard about this album being famously recorded in the basement of Nellcote, Keith Richards south of France home around 1971. This was the period when the Stones concentrated less on hit singles and more on classic albums, and boy they sure pulled it off with Exile. The opener Rocks Off almost defines the Stones as they rip through the past paced rocker with an amazing guitar intro and classic Jagger vocals. The album doesn't let up as Keith & Mick Taylor up the ante on Rip this Joint, Jagger is at the very top of his game on Tumbling Dice. Loving Cup is an awesome piano anthem and a very underrated Stones track & Happy see's Keith take the lead vocals and deliver probably his best Stones song. On I Just Want To See His Face it's clear that the Stones recorded this in a dark & humid basement, it's echoing through the music. Undoubtedly the Stones finest hour, Mick, Keith, Bill, Charlie & Mick T......we salute you!!!!

  9.  RAW, GRITTY & POWERFUL.....CLASSIC STONES!!!!

    Posted: 

    I'm sure most fans will have heard about this album being famously recorded in the basement of Nellcote, Keith Richards south of France home around 1971. This was the period when the Stones concentrated less on hit singles and more on classic albums, and boy they sure pulled it off with Exile. The opener Rocks Off almost defines the Stones as they rip through the past paced rocker with an amazing guitar intro and classic Jagger vocals. The album doesn't let up as Keith & Mick Taylor up the ante on Rip this Joint, Jagger is at the very top of his game on Tumbling Dice. Loving Cup is an awesome piano anthem and a very underrated Stones track & Happy see's Keith take the lead vocals and deliver probably his best Stones song. On I Just Want To See His Face it's clear that the Stones recorded this in a dark & humid basement, it's echoing through the music. Undoubtedly the Stones finest hour, Mick, Keith, Bill, Charlie & Mick T......we salute you!!!!

  10.  good stuff

    Posted: 

    I'm not a boxing fan but am a HUGE de Niro fan and this film . certainly lived up to all the hype. I certainly liked the relationship he had with his wife and brother.