Profile for mr spencer a bullen > Reviews

Personal Profile

Content by mr spencer a b...
Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,879,067
Helpful Votes: 4

Learn more about Your Profile.

Reviews Written by
mr spencer a bullen (Ruislip, Middlesex United Kingdom)

Page: 1
Triumph and Power
Triumph and Power
Price: 16.49

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic Metal!, 3 Mar 2014
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
This review is from: Triumph and Power (Audio CD)
I review for an independent site, and despite being sent a free download from the label, I still bought the CD; that is how much I enjoyed the album. Check it out..........


John Carter [DVD]
John Carter [DVD]
Dvd ~ Taylor Kitsch
Price: 3.00

2 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars As bad as the popular press claims, 1 Sep 2013
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
This review is from: John Carter [DVD] (DVD)
There was a hell of a lot of money sunk in this; sadly none in acting direction. Truly horrible and two hours of my life I can't get back.

Bitter Part of Me
Bitter Part of Me
Offered by Mattpuss
Price: 7.48

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Panic Cell - A bright hope for UK metal, 22 Jun 2005
This review is from: Bitter Part of Me (Audio CD)
I've been a fan of hard rock and metal for as long as I can remember, my first live gig being Motorhead in the early 80's. Now, several decades later, I've bought the first debut album I can remember that I've played time and again, getting more pleasure each play. Panic Cell were featured as band of the week on, and after a quick click to their excellent website,, I've been hooked. On record, they come across as solid performers of classic thrash metal, producing the sort of album I always hoped Pantera would reform to produce. Live, they're even better. I've caught them on stage 2 times now, and they have the sort of energy and enthusiasm for their music and fans that cannot fail to drag in even the most jaded audience. At Download 2005 they were playing the smallest stage in an early afternoon slot on Saturday when most of the audience were just emerging hungover from their tents, but they treated it like they were the headlining act, playing to every individual member of the audience with an enery and enthusiasm that was more infectious then SARS. At the end of their all too short set, they announced they would be in the beer tent, whilst their lead singer, Luke, jumped in the security pit for photos and autographs. Minutes later, they were at the bar, posing for photos, chatting to all and sundry, giving autographs, and coming across as the most approachable band on the face of the planet. I cannot recommend this act highly enough; buy their album, and see them in the small venues they're currently playing before they are forced into bigger arenas by their ample talent.

Page: 1