• Hello,Welcome to Play.com.  . (Not youSign in?) | Register
  • 0 SuperPoints
  • Your Account
  • Help

Product Reviews

Reviewer:
rjinblack1977
Reviews:
0
Votes:
3 (100% helpful)

Page 1 of 0

  1. Volume One

    Volume One

    She & Him (Zooey Deschanel & M Ward) - CD

    Available  used  from  £6.99

     35 minutes of pure unbridled joy!

    Posted: 

    I'm always wary of the actress-turned-singer phenomenon (Juliette Lewis being a prime example) but with Zooey Deschanel there are no such reservations. The album clocks in at a concise 35 minutes but that's the length of 'Rubber Soul' and 'Revolver' and nobody reckons they're too short! The music is folk-pop, reminiscent of Jenny Lewis or Devon Sproule, with a little more of a 1960's influence. Buy it now and bring a smile to your face.

  2.  "WHOSE HAND WAS I HOLDING!?"

    Posted: 

    I've seen this film numerous times - recorded it off the TV, bought the video, upgraded to DVD... and it's one of the finest, creepiest horror/thriller movies of all time. No matter how many times I watch, it still makes my spine tingle! The line "Whose hand was I holding!?" makes me shiver every time. Buy It!

  3.  Lovely

    Posted: 

    I was sceptical initially when I heard about this album but curiosity got the better of me and I gave it a listen and was very pleasantly surprised! It reminds me of the stuff Brian Wilson did for American Spring - very heavily Spector influenced sound with untrained girly vocals. A delight!

  4.  Superb

    Posted: 

    Almost flawless collection charting the so-called alternative scene from its humble Detroit beginnings with the MC5 and Stooges, chronologically up to the present day. Ideal for student discos and ageing hipsters alike. BUY IT NOW!

  5.  The Stranglers: Live in San Francisco (DVD)

    Posted: 

    It WAS filmed on a camcorder - it was made by a small indie company in the late 70s/early 80s, who aimed to record this stuff for posterity and as an historical document for the fans. Unfortunately the sound on London Lady has been dubbed from the All Live and All of the Night live album (for some reason) As an historical document though, it is a nice item - until EMI release some of the stuff in their archives...