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Dredd: Original Film Soundtrack
Dredd: Original Film Soundtrack
Offered by Fulfillment Express
Price: £18.28

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great soundtrack to a great film, 24 Oct 2012
This soundtrack fitted the film perfectly and is a great listen in its own right.
Echos of The Orb, Floyd, Sabres of Paradise and John Carpenter in there. Bleak, unrelenting and dense just like the film.
Much recommended.

We Are Volsung
We Are Volsung
Price: £7.62

4.0 out of 5 stars Kikk ass!, 25 Jan 2011
This review is from: We Are Volsung (Audio CD)
Great album....shorter than a dwarf caught in a cider press and not quite up to the standard of the glory days of Tattooed Beat Messiah or Hoodlum Thunder, but still an impressive return to form.

Much better production than on their albums of late too!

Good `ol dirty fun!

We Are The Dads
We Are The Dads

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars We Are The Dads, 17 Jun 2009
This review is from: We Are The Dads (Audio CD)
Not since the heady Kendal Mint-cake induced haze of the punk boom of 77 (and sometimes next door at 79) has the voice of the disenfranchised Dad been heard so clearly without the aid of an ear trumpet.

Punks Not Dad deposit themselves in the musical landscape like a sneaky trouser cough a Radox bath, and regale the listener with tales of the ails of man and the power and the glory of being not quite over the hill, but certainly half way up the hill having a nice cup of tea and a carrot cake at the cafe.

They said of Motorhead that if they moved in next door to you, your lawn would die. If Punks Not Dad moved in they'd probably lend you their lawnmower and recommend a decent nitrogen-based lawn food. But by jiminy, they'd do it with attitude.

We Are The Dads is a classic snarly punk explosion on a par with The Clash's Orbital Sandernista, or MC5's Kick Out The Jam Jars!

It includes Man-Flu a peon to the sickie and In Me Shed, the finest slice of outhouse-based punk since The Pistols sang Annexe In The UK or Tom Robinson crooned Glad To Be Gay (In The Coal-place)

Open the Werther's Originals, pull on the Cherry Red's and enjoy!

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