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I See You [CD 1]
I See You [CD 1]
Price: £5.23

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome band, awesome song., 5 Feb. 2004
This review is from: I See You [CD 1] (Audio CD)
I just saw the Alarm in Nottingham where they played this song live. I may be only 19 and so a relative newcomer to the band, but like all their songs, this single is just way more inspiring to listen to than the majority of stuff chucked at us by the radio. Go buy it and remember what real music's all about.
Oh, and Mike Peters is a great guy.


Your Caress
Your Caress
Offered by all my music
Price: £39.90

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mind-blowing., 29 Oct. 2002
This review is from: Your Caress (Audio CD)
This album is amazing, and recommended to any fans of death metal, gothic metal, or just good metal generally.
The main thing that struck me about this CD is the incredible fusion of clean vocals with death metal growls. This style is reflected in the music too, which alternates between beautiful acoustic sections with some folk influences through to the more traditional heavy guitars. A big plus to this album is the inclusion of Melanie's vocals, which are often found singing haunting melodies behind the in-your-face onslaught of the guitars and excellent drum work.
One last thing to point out - don't be put off by the fact that there are only seven tracks on the album. The majority of these are epic songs with many changes in style and tempo, and each track by itself is a masterpiece.
Strongly recommended.


Hostage to the Devil: The Possession and Exorcism of Five Americans
Hostage to the Devil: The Possession and Exorcism of Five Americans
by Malachi Martin
Edition: Paperback
Price: £16.80

17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent resource, but a little unbelievable in places., 19 July 2001
I reccomend this book to anyone interested in the subject of demonic possession and exorcism. The book has a copy of the Catholic ritual of exorcism, along with extensive notes and information including prayers and several short essays. The only fault I found with this book was the reporting of the 5 cases themselves. Written as one might write a novel, these cases appear alomst fictional. Not that this is much of a problem, and it certainly makes the book more interesting to read, but I felt like I was reading a story rather than a true-life situation. Nevertheless, the many detailed sections of the book, combined with a non-preachy style make it a good buy for anyone interested in the subject matter.


Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine
Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally - a perfect Indy adventure in miniature!, 14 May 2001
Anyone who remembers gripping the arms of cinema seats in terror as the latest Indiana Jones film hurtled through one hair-raising stunt after another must surely be wondering how an ageing handheld console can do the series justice. The previous Indy adventures on the game boy have amounted to little more than 'Super-Mario-with-a-whip' platformers, having little storyline and none of the excitement that Indy fans have come to expect. My hopes were therefore fairly low as I loaded up "The Infernal Machine". That feeling lasted for about thirty seconds. No one who has seen the films can fail to feel a thrilling excitement as the familiar theme music belts out of the Game Boy's humble speaker, and the miniature Indy is placed in our control. There are many reasons why this game immediately stands out compared to the previous Game Boy escapades of everyone's favourite archaeologist. Firstly, Indy is Indy. He doesn't just run around like Mario - he walks, runs, leaps, swings and whips exactly as he does in the films. The control system is easy to pick up, similar to "Obi Wan's Adventures", ensuring that the player is pulling off traditional Indy stunts and attacks in minutes. Another outstanding point to the game is the variety in locations, seeing Indy cross deserts, jungles, ice, and of course, ancient tombs. Without giving any of the plot away, I'll just say that this isn't your average 'kill the baddy to win the heroine' storyline. The creators have come up with an original story that is almost equal in quality to the big-screen adventures, proving once more that this game is anything but a cash-in. In short, this game allows the player to actually become Indiana Jones in an epic adventure, fulfilling the dreams of so many fans of the movies.


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