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Live From Metropolis Studios
Live From Metropolis Studios
Price: 14.95

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing, 19 Sep 2013
This new live DVD (includig CD) from Belinda Carlisle was a good idea: it's a pleasure to hear/see live versions of songs from her over 30 years spanning career. The arrangements are well done, good sound quality, good voice, ... . Buy it :)

Price: 15.39

5.0 out of 5 stars Wow, 22 Nov 2012
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This review is from: EI8HT (Audio CD)
Great new album from Nik Kershaw. The Songs are between good and very good (higlights are the optimistic "The sky is the limit", the sad "this tears" or the songs "stuff", "bell" and "read strand").

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4.0 out of 5 stars Good songs, 20 Sep 2009
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This review is from: Viva (Audio CD)
It's perhaps not on the first listening that you will like the whole album, but then, the album gets better and better. So this is a really good popdancealbum that reminds you also the 80's from time to time, for example the excellent Dum Dum Boy. The only negatif point is that the production is sometimes a bit cold and the drums are too loud, but else, you can really enjoy listen to this album again and again.

Price: 33.04

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unbroken - The third album, 25 Nov 2007
This review is from: Unbroken (Audio CD)
This third album - called 'Unbroken' from the group D-Side is well done and it gets better the more you listen to it. It includes two outstanding songs(the popsong 'unbroken' and the beautiful-sad ballad 'fly') and some other strong songs (tokio, dare to dream, fragile heart, ...). So I can strongly recommand you this album.
It's a pity that the albums of this group aren't available in europe anymore, I think it's because the music industry is just interested in the big money and when an artist doesn't sell enough, they drop him.

I hope that there will be another album of those three young men and that then, the production team dares to go more away from the classical boygroupsound and do more songs like unbroken, fly, tokyo, no one, ... (because a few songs on unbroken begin very strong - like 'missing you' - but then the chorus becomes ordinary).

Please Yourself (Platinum Re-Issue)
Please Yourself (Platinum Re-Issue)

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars sugary pop, 5 July 2007
The two women never sang so sweet before as on this album :o) I really like to listen to their voices and there are a few very good tracks on this album (movin'on, last thing on my mind, is she good to you, give it all up for love, only time will tell).

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