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Premium Blue Neoprene Breathable magnetic Posture Corrector bad back shoulder lumbar support belt brace
Premium Blue Neoprene Breathable magnetic Posture Corrector bad back shoulder lumbar support belt brace
Offered by Provectus Medical Ltd
Price: £14.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to wear and fairly comfortable too, 30 Sept. 2015
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I bought this product in an attempt to improve my posture (too much time at the computer). I didn't have high hopes, but how wrong I was. Easy to wear and fairly comfortable too. It is not a miracle cure, you have to work with the support. It reminds your muscles and frame of where they should be so initially it is quite hard work but after a few days it gets much easier. Thoroughly recommended.


The Girl Who... Millennium Trilogy (Extended Versions) [Blu-ray] (Digipak)
The Girl Who... Millennium Trilogy (Extended Versions) [Blu-ray] (Digipak)
Dvd ~ Noomi Rapace
Price: £22.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Triumphant Trilogy, 21 July 2015
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Forget the Hollywood version. These extended original versions (each one clocks in at 3 hrs +) are far superior in every way, and is an absolute steal at this price.


Too Big to Fail [ IMPORT UK FORMAT ] Includes English Audio
Too Big to Fail [ IMPORT UK FORMAT ] Includes English Audio
Dvd ~ James Woods
Offered by BMG-UK
Price: £9.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Too Big to Fail and Too Rich to Jail!!, 25 Feb. 2015
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This HBO docudrama is a breath-taking re-enactment of the collapse of Lehman Brothers bank and the global banking collapse which ensued. The cast are universally brilliant, but special mention must go to James Woods for his portrayal as the arrogant, ruthless, avaricious but spectacularly incompetent Lehman's CEO. If you are looking for action and cinematic excess a la The Wolf of Wall Street, then this movie is probably not for you. If, however, you want a detailed explanation of why the global banking collapse hit ordinary people so hard, and for so long, then look no further. Be prepared though to be enraged and frustrated when you realise that not a single one of these repellent people went to prison, where so many of them belong.


BAAS® Nokia Lumia 520 BLACK PU Leather Flip Case Pouch Cover , Screen Protector Film & Stylus Pen
BAAS® Nokia Lumia 520 BLACK PU Leather Flip Case Pouch Cover , Screen Protector Film & Stylus Pen
Offered by BAAS Accessories
Price: £1.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy BAAS. Avoid high-street rip-offs!, 31 May 2013
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Great product which is even better than described on Amazon. Very quick delivery and a price that makes a mockery of all the high-street mobile phone rip-off joints. A friend of mine paid nearly 4 times the price for an inferior flip case cover. So thank you very much BAAS you have made a loyal customer of me!


Tattoos & Tequila: To Hell and Back With One Of Rock's Most Notorious Frontmen
Tattoos & Tequila: To Hell and Back With One Of Rock's Most Notorious Frontmen
by Vince Neil
Edition: Hardcover

21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Elaborate plug, 9 Feb. 2011
I really wanted to like this book as I've been a Motley Crue fan from the start, but try as I might, I ended up very disappointed. There are a number of problems with this book, not least of which is that Vince Neil seems very reluctant to be doing it (Tattoos and Tequila refer to his two latest business ventures) and his co-writer, Mike Sagar ,along with so many other characters involved, genuinely don't seem to like Vince. This is understandable. Throughout he comes across as petulant and disingenuous. If the idea of doing an autobiography is to tell your side of the story then Vince fails spectacularly. There is very little here that hasn't previously appeared - most notably in 'The Dirt' which large passages of this book quote almost verbatim. Given Vince's chequered past you would reasonably expect some remorse or contrition but ,alas no. Vince readily blames everyone around him for problems which have befallen him and uses his substance abuse as an excuse for his hazy recollections - however, his memory can be conveniently razor sharp when it suits him. This leads to a lot of narrative inconsistencies and a lot of frustration on behalf of the reader.
Ultimately, I'm sad to say Vince Neil comes over as being quite an unlikeable and self-obsessed character. The media caricature of pouty 'Prince Vince' becomes all too believable reading this book. I honestly believe this has been a missed opportunity for both Vince and fans alike, but given the attitude that he perpetuates throughout, I doubt he gives a crap.
If you are a Crue fan I'd advise you to stick with 'The Dirt'. If you are a Vince Neil fan and wish to stay that way, then I'd advise you avoid this book altogether. It is merely an elaborate plug for two tattoo parlours in Las Vegas and a tequila brewing enterprise - how very Rock'n'Roll.


On The Wings Of A Russian Foxbat
On The Wings Of A Russian Foxbat
Price: £13.11

2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 'Switch the cat's mike off !!!', 10 Jun. 2010
Had this as a bootleg on cassette too many years ago and bought this cos I'm a massive fan of Tommy's. I had the truly appalling 'Last Concert in Japan' LP (still in the attic) and thought I'd never get to hear a brilliant live set from Tommy in Deep Purple - how wrong could I be. Some of his playing on this CD brought a tear to my eyes - a real up yours to the Blackmore fans whose blind ignorance infuriates me to this day. Hughes' bass playing really complements the whole vibe alongside the ever-reliable Lord and Paice. So why the missing star? Coverdale. At the start he sounds like a cat with its privates caught in a mangle and graduates to having chilli sauce squeezed up its backside! He is an embarrassment throughout. They should have let Hughes do the vocals - he doesn't seem to think he's Stevie Wonder on this performance (no nose candy perhaps), and dumped the screeching Coverdale in a brick filled sack into the Pacific.


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