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ZAGG invisibleSHIELD Screen Coverage for HTC Desire HD
ZAGG invisibleSHIELD Screen Coverage for HTC Desire HD
Offered by Modern-Tech
Price: 6.50

2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible product, 10 Feb 2011
The installation was very easy but the product is just awful. The screen protector is made of soft material on which it is very easy to leave impressions. After a day with it, it already looks like it's covered in scratches. Even using your fingernails will leave a permanent impression on the screen. Don't buy this.


The Crusade
The Crusade
Offered by Fulfillment Express
Price: 5.90

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Album of the year, 10 Oct 2006
This review is from: The Crusade (Audio CD)
The Crusade is a kickass album that goes off to a kickass start with Ignition and Detonation. Musically, the songs are completely different, but lyrically Detonation is part 2 of Ignition.

In fact, The Crusade is a lyrical masterpiece from start to finish. With several songs being dedicated to events that have happened, such as Entrance of the Conflagration: a song about a woman that drowned her children in the bath. Unrepentant: a song that tells the story of a man that killed his daughters for fear of them following in their older daughter's path. And Sadness Will Sear: a song about a gay teenager that was killed for the way he was.

The Crusade covers many styles of music, ranging from the Motley Crue style Anthem (We Are The Fire), to the Def Leppardy The Rising, back to the Slayerish intro to Detonation. Although the songs have hints of other styles to them, there is a definite Trivium sound to all of them.

This album features the song The Crusade, and when Trivium said this song was epic, they meant it! This extremely technical 8 minute long intstrumental did more than keep me interested all the way through.

Musically, every single song is amazing. Matt Heafy's voice sounds amazing, along with his and Corey Beaulieu's guitar riffs and solos, Paolo's bass lines and solos, and Travis's drumming make The Crusade album of the year, and it is a must-have.


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