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WWE: Triple H - Thy Kingdom Come [Blu-ray]
WWE: Triple H - Thy Kingdom Come [Blu-ray]
Dvd ~ Triple H
Price: £13.50

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must see, 18 Oct 2013
In keeping with the high standard set by the recent documentaries released for CM Punk and Mick Foley, this documentary on the life and career of Triple H is a must see. It gives a great level of detail into his relationship with the McMahon family and his backstage position and features interviews with The Undertaker (who hasn't been seen out of character like this since he was "Biker-Taker" in the early naughties), Shawn Michaels, The Rock, Sean Waltman, Kevin Nash, Randy Orton, Batista and The McMahons. Obviously the documentary paints Triple H in a very positive light but it's far more candid than I expected, particularly when discussing his relationship with Stephanie McMahon and his thoughts on the disappointing WrestleMania 25 main event with Randy Orton. It also includes a great match selection and the blu-ray contains an additional 51 minutes of stuff filmed for the documentary, which includes a great story from DDP about the history of the Diamond Cutter and a look at how Triple H spent WrestleMania weekend this year.

Triple H is far from my favourite wrestler but there's no denying that his career is one of the most interesting in WWE history. This is a fascinating account of that career and is essential viewing for any wrestling fan.


Iomega Home Media (2TB) Network Hard Drive (Cloud Edition)
Iomega Home Media (2TB) Network Hard Drive (Cloud Edition)

5.0 out of 5 stars Great NAS for beginners, 7 Aug 2013
I purchased this NAS just over a year ago primarily as a central place to store my media. It's the first NAS device I've owned and I use it serve photos, music and video to an Acer HTPC in the living room and WD TV live in a second room. So far I can't fault it. It worked pretty much out the box with an XP machine and with Windows 7 I've had no issues at all. Admittedly I've not used any of the cloud, ftp or backup functionality but as a drive for storing and serving multimedia it does exactly what I need it to.


Let Go
Let Go
Offered by MediaMerchants
Price: £3.99

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars the next big thing?, 14 Aug 2002
This review is from: Let Go (Audio CD)
The first I heard of this artist was the track "complicated" which I thought was outstanding and I decided to hear more, there is no possible way to dislike this album, the opening track is extremely powerful with the tremendous "complicated" following, and once you're into the first chorus of track 3, "sk8ter boi", you're hooked. This album is a consistently brilliant showcase of masterfully produced pop/rock that will undoubtedly have huge mainstream success as well as appealing to the more alternative music fan. the only disapointment hear is track 6 which is a bit too heavy for Avril to pull off but it's soon forgotten thanks to the somewhat moving "anything but ordinary" and my personal favourite "things I'll never say" which just gets better every time. Buy this album, she puts Michelle Branch etc. to shame and deserves to be a megastar!!!!


Yourself Or Someone Like You
Yourself Or Someone Like You
Offered by DVD Overstocks
Price: £4.18

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A TASTE OF THINGS TO COME?, 30 Sep 2001
With the exception of Rob Thomas' superb voice Matchbox 20 are'nt here to offer us anything new, their brand of catchy jangling radio friendly American Pop rock is hardly a pioneering concept in modern music but it's undeniably good and lets be honest EVERYBODY loves it. "Real World" is an outstanding opener for the album and with gems like the fantastic "3am" waiting in the wings you know your in for a smooth, ear pleasing ride and just when you think the acoustic ear candy was over the album closes with the beautiful "Hang". The slick production of Matt Serletic combined with Thomas' striking vocals makes for a strong debut from a band with a bright multi-platinum future ahead of them.


Everything You Want
Everything You Want
Offered by thebookcommunity
Price: £15.07

5.0 out of 5 stars THE GREATEST ALBUM EVER MADE, 28 Sep 2001
This review is from: Everything You Want (Audio CD)
There are not enough kind words in existance to give this album the rating it deserves. Eleven tracks of pure greatness, unbelievably talented musicians playing unbelievably well written songs, fantastic slick production & beautiful harmonies. You're a god, everything you want, grey sky morning and finding me may well be four of the greatest songs ever. If you buy this CD you will never take it out of your stereo & you will consider it to be the best purchase you ever ever made.


Nasty Little Thoughts
Nasty Little Thoughts

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars IT'S GOOD BUT IT'S NOT THAT GOOD., 17 Sep 2001
This review is from: Nasty Little Thoughts (Audio CD)
I bought this CD while on holiday in the states and while instantly falling in love with "letters" and being blown away by "washing and wanderin" I found the rest of the album to be a bit flat. "little black backpack", "angels" and "tale of the sun" are very likeable after a few listens but all the other tracks are a bit boring and you find yourself waiting for the album to finish rather than wanting more. If you like nine days this'll be your sort of thing


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