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Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path: Knettishall Heath to Cromer (British Walking Guides), Planning, Places to Stay, Places to Eat
Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path: Knettishall Heath to Cromer (British Walking Guides), Planning, Places to Stay, Places to Eat
by Alexander Stewart
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Recommended., 21 July 2014
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Excellent resource for walking the Peddars way and Norfolk coast path. Clear maps (not OS but very useful) which breaks down the walk into easy, clear steps. Recommended.


Watershed
Watershed
Price: £7.34

5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible, 18 Dec 2010
This review is from: Watershed (Audio CD)
(This album was my introduction to Opeth, resulting in this review. Seasoned Opeth fans might have differing opinions). Mikael Åkerfeldt is a genius. Any band who produces an album of this quality and diversity deserves recognition above and beyond the realms of their (mostly) death metal fan base. This album is a masterpiece and should be acknowledged as such. The album works best when listened to in it's entirety, to really appreciate the changes in style and the way in which it seems to tell a story (maybe not lyrically, but musically) from the opening of "Coil" to the closing of "Hex Omega". This is a dark and fascinating album and after the first play I was hooked as these are such intricate and unpredictable songs that I just had to listen to it over and over again. Brilliant. JABO.


Rock The Rebel/Metal The Devil
Rock The Rebel/Metal The Devil
Offered by skyvo-direct
Price: £12.51

4.0 out of 5 stars Good rifs, good songs, good album, 18 Dec 2010
I bought this album on the strength of one track and wasn't disappointed. There's a good mix of songs here to keep many metal fans happy, from the metal / thrash based sounds of "You or Them" and "Mr & Mrs Ness" to the upbeat and uplifting "The Garden's Tale", "Sad Man's Tongue" and "Radio Girl", which, although rooted in metal have healthy influences from rock and roll / rockabilly; some tracks are even reminiscent of a few punk bands . This is a fun album that will have feet tapping and heads banging. JABO.


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