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Understanding the Building Regulations
Understanding the Building Regulations
by Simon Polley
Edition: Paperback
Price: £26.55

5.0 out of 5 stars A useful tool for wider application, 25 April 2013
This book provided key details which aided an acoustics assignment at university. As a complete novice to the Building Regulations I was still easily able to extract the appropriate information for my report. Full of understandable detail, not only can I see this as an invaluable tool for anybody within this particular field, but within construction and beyond.

City of Gold
City of Gold
Price: £0.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant!, 13 April 2013
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This is one great track! Talented vocalist, great instrumentation skills and excellent production, and all from one person! Will be looking forward to future releases.

Halo: Contact Harvest
Halo: Contact Harvest
by Joseph Staten
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.19

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great read....., 12 July 2008
This review is from: Halo: Contact Harvest (Paperback)
Im a fan of the whole halo series not just the games, so this book was a must for me.
Set before any of the other books or games, in short, the book is based around Sergant Johnson, who is right on the front line of the insurrection, a human civil war. He is then reasigned to the planet Harvest to train recruits. This is then the 1st planet the covenant attack.
It starts slow and you have to stick with it until it picks up pace. When the book gets into it, its an addictive read, and i felt had alot of depth to it, espeically near the end.
Its a great addition to the halo series and its nice to have a good idea of the games or other books as you find out the origin of certain things, but its by no means vital.

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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars great collection, 16 April 2006
This review is from: Festival (Audio CD)
This album is a must have for any fan of indy or mainstream rock. It has a fantastic array of songs including newer bands/artists and also older bands (U2).

I was however mildy dissapionted to find some dance music on here (Mylo: Drop the Pressure), some might argue it is a realistic album of 2005 indy/mainstream rock, but personally, i dont like the dance music input.

to sum up, a great portray of 2005 mainstream music.

Death On The Road
Death On The Road
Price: £13.36

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars one of the best albums out there!, 16 April 2006
This review is from: Death On The Road (Audio CD)
When i first bought this album, i just wanted get iron maiden into my music collection, and i saw this album had a good collection of songs on, and it was live which i have always enjoyed. But now? Its a vital part of music collection! This is a truely amazing album and portrays Iron Maiden so well, you could say you dont need to actually see them play.

The sheer energy and atmosphere that is on here is worth every penny! Now the songs, i believe the set list has all their best songs, and many classics. Each song has such an individual intro, you can just say 'i know this song'.

I know by previous reviews the crowd noise annoys people, but i believe its hardly noticable during the songs, and also ,when you go and see a live band, you cant tell people to stop cheering, so when a live album is produced, it has to portray a live gig! And what a live performance Iron Maiden give!

To sum up, this is a great album for any fan of maiden, or any fan of bruce dickinson. Also this is a great introduction to the older heavy metal bands and it will also appeal to modern day likers of heavier rock.

this is a must have, get it!

Indestructible [Pa Version]
Indestructible [Pa Version]

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great album!, 16 April 2006
Well if you are interested in expanding your music collection, and interested in punk, Rancid are the way to go. They are most definetly punk, to any doubts out there, but this album is more mainstream (still punk) and will appeal to a wider audience. If you are a rocker or even into indy, this could still appeal to you. For all you punks out there, this is a great addition for your collection, and includes many catchy songs and riffs.

A must buy for anybody who wants to dwell within other music genres or anybody who's punk!

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