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Take That - CD
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After egally awaiting the Take That album with the addition of Robbie Williams my first initial play I was left dumbstruck - What is this pile of ****. The Flood 5 star Take That gold followed by what can only be described as Rudebox (the Take That version). Not wanting to give up on it I persavered and I must say that I now cannot stop listening to it. You need to forget Take That Circus style or Take That of the old 90's and look at it with an open mind. The album is relevent to the current era of music and bring Take That to a new dimension. Majority of the vocals are supplied from Robbie & Mark with Gary delivering the 2nd best song (to The Flood) on the album 'Eight Letters'. Other great songs and future hits include, 'What do you want from me', 'Kidz' and 'Underground Machine' not forgetting 'Happy Now' and 'Pretty Things'.My honest opinion of Progress is give it time and perservere and you will like if not love the new Take That.
Greatest Hits (Remastered)
Journey - CD
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Forget Simon Cowell. The whole Journey revival started when the awesome tv show The Sopranos ended to the tune of Journey's biggest record. Since then 'Don't Stop Belivin' has grown and grown and reached the masses. All due Respect!
Eyes Wide Shut: Special Edition
This film is a much watch, absolute classic and one of my all time favs.