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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Makes me cry, 29 Jun 2002
This review is from: Mezzanine (Audio CD)
Massive attack have given something special here.
It is said that emotions are reflected in good music and this is true on this album. Various rumours about the strength of the band were floatng around at the time when the album was recorded and it has shown. A more dark, brooding sound here, and 100% true Bristol fashion. Some tracks have the emotion of Portishead...that's a lot of emotion !! My fav's are 'Black Milk', 'Teardrop','Angel'& 'Exchange'. All tracks that actually make me cry.
If you liked Morcheeba's darker outing - 'Who do You Trust' or Portishead and some of the newer band Roysksopp's will love this album. In my opinion, their best ever.
Real emotional sounds.

Quake 2: Netpack 1 Extremities
Quake 2: Netpack 1 Extremities

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Time Saver, 12 Jun 2001
generally, an excellent package. My first and only concern was paying for a CD full of 'Free' mods that are still available on the internet. After working out the time and cost of downloading the content, I soon worked out that it was a good buy.
The CD-ROM is chock full of excellent mods and add-ons for mutyplayer use. Whether you play Jailbreak, Chaos DM, Rocket Arena etc online or use the brilliant Eraser bot that is included, hours of gameplay will ensue.
Overall, a good buy.

Love in the Time of Science
Love in the Time of Science
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely brilliant!, 25 Dec 1999
I won't waffle on....but, I will say that Love In The Time Of Science is a moving collection of happy, laid back, dark and disturbing songs from an Icelandic girl who will go far. From the sunny sounds of 'Unemployed In The Summertime', 'Summerbreeze' and 'Easy' to the dubby, menacing beats of 'Dead Things' and 'Fingertips', the lyrics are almost schizophrenic, dicing with demons and dancing with angels in the same line. WOW. The track 'Telepathy' could be the next Bond theme with its soft and then dramatic crescendos. I really can't bare to be not listening to this album. It's my medicine. A definite recommendation to those who like the sound of Massive Attack, Portishead with a small helping of Bjork.

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