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Intec Wii Fit Balance Board Rechargeable Battery (Wii)
Intec Wii Fit Balance Board Rechargeable Battery (Wii)

1.0 out of 5 stars The comment above IS useful, 15 Mar. 2010
Hey, commenter above - you make a very valid point - so reviewing was necessary :)

The fact that you cannot sync without the unit installed means i am not going to buy this, but the one with the 2.5m lead that allows you to play and charge.

As i take this board to a friends - the syncing issue is relevant.

Cheers!

H


Jump Leads [VINYL]
Jump Leads [VINYL]

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good, different but good., 5 Nov. 2002
This review is from: Jump Leads [VINYL] (Vinyl)
This is a nice album. If your a fan of earlier FB stuff then it is a bit of a move away from some of their earlier stuff, but not a bad move, just a diffent tip. The vocals on a couple of tunes do add alot, but im more of their original funk-style man myself and found that there were fewer glimpses of that on Jump Leads.
Im still a big fan of this album and regularly find myself recommending it to my mates as a good purchase. Even my mum was partial to it on the second play - but she is more into Industrial Techno :P


Lovely
Lovely

5.0 out of 5 stars Top use of tech to tickle, 28 Feb. 2001
This review is from: Lovely (Audio CD)
Wagon Christ has an ability. It is an ability to use his considerable knowledge of the music production process to turn what could have been ordinary tracks into extrodinary music. The use of filters and effects on the breaks used and the squirming sysnth lines used create immpressions of a slow descent into his musical mind. Lovely uses all the contradiction of 1950's TV commercial sampling mixed with a stream of breaks that twist round the rythms like the bad snake in 'Jungle book' to result in complex yet easily absorbed tunes. "Lovely" has the effect of lulling you into the plasticy world of Felicity Kendal-esq vocals with a touch of the compressed drums that help this tune stand out, it is worthy of your time, and a sure fire winner at anyones garden party.


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