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Andux Golf Swing Trainer Angle Upgrade with a Wrist Protection Jzq-03 black
Andux Golf Swing Trainer Angle Upgrade with a Wrist Protection Jzq-03 black
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Price: £8.97

1.0 out of 5 stars One Star, 7 Nov. 2014
Doesn't fit a club shaft, clamp too big - useless
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Tourist
Tourist
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Price: £6.86

5.0 out of 5 stars Favourite album I bought last year, 27 Feb. 2012
This review is from: Tourist (Audio CD)
I see this was released in 2000... mustn't have been buying sophisticated bar/clothes shop music at the time, but have now caught up with this one 11 years later. Best £3.99 (or whatever) I spent in 2011! I couldn't particularly pick out tracks (I suppose Sure Thing is the standout - and the only one that appears to be available for downloading etc now) - the whole album just grooves along nicely, nothing duff whatsoever.
Time to order that cocktail from the wife........


Sons Of The North
Sons Of The North
Price: £5.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sons Of The North, 8 Dec. 2011
This review is from: Sons Of The North (Audio CD)
Top rock. No ballads, power or otherwise. Ideally placed on ipod or similar and played at very high volume in the car. Not very popular with my wife, but that is almost a compliment for that which rocks. No filler either - I never skip a track. Course it's generic, but it's delivered with panache. I put this, Fluke by Voodoo Six, and the first Answer album as my favourite rock albums of recent times!


Black Country Communion
Black Country Communion
Price: £15.49

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Deeply disappointing, 25 Nov. 2010
This review is from: Black Country Communion (Audio CD)
Pre-ordered this, and very disappointed. To my mind , it's generic, VERY poorly produced and lacks any tracks of distinction. Played it twice, wandered off both times. Is Glenn trying too hard? Calm down dear.


Wolfbox
Wolfbox

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Wolfbox, 21 Oct. 2010
This review is from: Wolfbox (Audio CD)
I came to this recording via a slightly circuitous route: heard (the highly recommended) Jon Amor on the blues circuit, bought and loved his stuff, then caught The Hoax last year on one of their reunion tour gigs. The Hoax may have been labelled as a blues band, but it's apparent that they always rocked - and then to Wolfbox, released by Jesse and Robin Davey, respectively the dual lead guitarist (with Jon Amor), and bass player of the Hoax. Are the Davey Brothers where the Hoax's rock came from? Because this album does that thing in spades! It's one of those play at 11, jump around sort of records. Nothing very challenging lyrically, and OK, their vocals are maybe not their strongest feature (don't get me wrong, perfectly OK), but it just gets stuck in full-on from track 1, the excellent Lies.It takes until track 7, the equally excellent Girl Is Mine before anything sounds even vaguely like the blues...blues rock! SheBird, the last track is a more reflective instrumental - otherwise the pace doesn't drop throughout whichever style they are visiting at the time. I get told to turn it down a fair bit....
There are guest appearances from Katy Perry doing some backing vocals, and other Hoax personnel make an appearance. It all seems to add to the fun.
In my opinion too many albums outstay their welcome with ruinning times (that was deliberate!) of an hour of more. This one's about 42 minutes - bang on and full on - well worth the price of admission!


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