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Genuine Amoi AH-01 AH01 Battery For Skype INQ-1 INQ1 Phones
Genuine Amoi AH-01 AH01 Battery For Skype INQ-1 INQ1 Phones

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Works perfectly, 15 July 2011
In a world where it's become impossible to replace a battery - they generally ask you to replace the whole mobile - I was really happy to find this cheap, compatible and like-new battery for my INQ. It lasts long and gets charged really quickly. Great purchase.


Logitech Clearchat Comfort USB
Logitech Clearchat Comfort USB
Offered by Stuff-UK
Price: 29.74

5.0 out of 5 stars great!, 14 Feb 2011
Since I have a Mac, normal headsets cannot be plugged into my computer but this one solved my problem. It's easy to use, very good quality, great sound.


From The Choirgirl Hotel
From The Choirgirl Hotel
Offered by Leisurezone
Price: 4.54

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the greatest albums ever and Tori's best, 13 Feb 2010
I don't want to exaggerate but this album is a miracle of balance and bravery: Tori revolutioned her own style without betraying herself; she became a rock goddess without abandoning the piano and her songs are as true, beautiful, dark and painful as ever. Songs like Hotel and IIEEE are unmatched. But the greatness of this album lies in the fact that each song has its own life and none of them feels like a useless filling. Even in a dance song like Raspberry Swirl, Tori conveys magnificient energy and in a difficult song such as Pandora's Acquarium she pushes her boundaries towards unexplored sounds. The opening of the album (Spark) is high but what follows does not disappoint, it just gets better, different and the listener is wrapped by a series of different atmospheres and just wants more.


White Chalk
White Chalk
Price: 8.54

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars PJ Harvey at her best, yet different from herself!, 13 Feb 2010
This review is from: White Chalk (Audio CD)
With "White Chalk" PJ Harvey radically changes her style, turning to a quieter, more intimate atmosphere yet the power, the anguish and the intensity are still there with her talent. Songs like Grow Grow Grow and White Chalk itself are amongst her best ever.


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