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Drive Home
Drive Home
Price: £9.99

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The quality just keeps on coming......., 1 Dec. 2013
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This review is from: Drive Home (Audio CD)
Got back from Royal Albert Hall Gig after 2 days in London to find this behind my front door. Suitcase in hall fire up the DVD - wow theres not much to complain about here except perhaps could you not have put even more on her Mr Wilson come on your not trying.
2 discs about an hour each............. But seriously this is quality from start to finish - the visuals - live tracks fantastic, of course the animations for Drive Home and Raven equally spectacular.
All backed up by a cd to listen to in my car to keep the memories of RAH concert fresh including the "unreleased track" which was fantastic - cant wait for next album.....
Anyway - for me this release is 5 star all the way, if you have not dipped into Mr Wilsons catalogue yet (whats the matter with you...) try this as an intro you will be hooked ....if your an out and out fan.... could not be better get it bought.....now!


Systematic Chaos
Systematic Chaos
Price: £5.99

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The "business".................., 21 Jun. 2007
This review is from: Systematic Chaos (Audio CD)
I wont agree or disagree with any of the other reviews, I will just say that this album is my already my second favourite DT album (after "awake" of course).But even saying that is not being fair to the fact that all DT albums stand alone as classics in their own right and Systematic Chaos is up there with the best, get it with confidence, play it loud and be amazed. The special edition documentary is worth getting too. No real down side to this album, not quite in touch with " Repentance " yet, and might have liked to hear "In the presence of enemies " all in one song not split at start and finish of album. That said - In the presence of enemies part 1 - great instrumental start that really sets up the album, forsaken is short for DT but really works and somehow gives you a bit of everything DT in 5.5mins!!! "Constant Motion and Dark Eternal night" really rock, change of pace for "Repentance" and "Prophets of war", followed by for me the track of the album "Ministry of lost souls" - 15 minute "ballad" with DT instrumental section, rocks, tells a great story and enters my DT Hall of fame, finally ITPOE part 2 - classic DT! Big vote of thanks to the band - their playing is as awesome as ever, this album is quality rock music that will occupy my car system for the forseeable future. Looking forward to seeing/ hearing these songs live in the UK in the autmn. Great job boys lets have another one soon please!!!! Anyone out there not sure yet abut buying this - if you are a DT fan come on you know it will be good, if you have never heard them, get it today but beware it is likely to cost you as you will soon want to find out the rest of the DT story........anyway Im off to work just to listen to this masterpiece again in my car


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