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Daditong Men's Vintage Canvas School Military Shoulder Bag Messenger Bag (Coffee)
Daditong Men's Vintage Canvas School Military Shoulder Bag Messenger Bag (Coffee)
Offered by Yesken
Price: £22.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Decent bag for the price, 17 Jan 2014
Let's be honest - this is not a bag for life. But, for the money, it's a very good bag. I have had this for a couple of weeks now and have found it to be a decent size and it feels reasonably sturdy. It looks good and is comfortable to wear either across the shoulders or slung on just one. If you are looking for a sturdy shoulder bag in this price range, I would recommend.

Flask - Penguin Flask - On The Road, Jack Kerouac
Flask - Penguin Flask - On The Road, Jack Kerouac

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Nice gift but not perfect, 10 Jan 2011
I bought this as a Christmas present for someone. It is a nice-looking flask and the leather penguin cover is easily removable so that the flask can be washed-up. It keeps hot drinks nice and hot, as it should, but does leak slightly. I am not talking floods here but some liquid definitely escapes.

Sound of Perseverance
Sound of Perseverance
Offered by neil_anderson1967
Price: £25.00

12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Metal at its very best!, 12 Feb 2005
This review is from: Sound of Perseverance (Audio CD)
With the "Sound of Perseverance" Death have penned the ultimate metal album, and when i say metal i mean it...i do not mean the best death metal or black metal or...I mean quite simply the ultimate METAL album. From the crushing heaviness and density of opener "Scavenger of Human Sorrow" it only gets better. The best tracks being the monumentally vicious The Flesh And The Power It Holds, the instrumental number Voice of the Soul (which proves once and for all that all the idiots who say metal bands can't play their instruments, are in fact, well, idiots) and the Judas Priest cover Painkiller. Death are as tight as any band and play with a precision and aggression that quite simply no other band can match. Everything from Chuck Schuldiner's visceral vocals to the perfectly crafted riffs to the drumming...oh the drumming: just listen to the drum solo which opens Painkiller and there can be no doubt you are in the presence of a master! Every metal fan should, neh MUST have this album. This is a heavy album through and through even the instrumental number is intense and requires your full attention and with most of the songs clocking in around the 7 min mark, there is plenty to get your teeth into here. Buy it!!

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