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New Eyes (Special Edition)
New Eyes (Special Edition)
Price: £12.26

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars "Rather Be" Listening to Less Not More, 18 Jan. 2015
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More is Less. My take, just buy the hit as a single MP3.

The track order of this CD is awful. A random number generator could do better! It goes from rap to soft to techno. The first track is a " rant" about the group's style. This should be the last track.

The group produced a couple of popular songs ("Rather Be") and the rest are clearly from the left over bin. The album consists of two CDs that try to stretch this out (painfully). The second has many of the same songs as the first, but was recorded with the BBC. While the band's "gig" is combining classical music with pop/techno, most of the times they fail and the combination with the BBC doesn't work and it really doesn't add much value.

Typically I buy the CD because I want full quality sound, especially for classical music. The audio engineering seems good here, but the group's classical solos don't really add as much as I thought they would.

NOTE: This is a review of the album. It is not a review of Amazon's service, which is stellar (or as some would say "Ab Fab").


Sunshine on a Plate
Sunshine on a Plate
by Shelina Permalloo
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £19.99

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Authentic Mauritian -- Recipes & Pictures, 10 Jan. 2014
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This review is from: Sunshine on a Plate (Hardcover)
In addition to being a good cookbook (that can be followed without a Culinary PhD), the book does a good job of combining cooking with and the environs that made the recipes. From the pictures to the descriptions, you get a sense for the melting pot between French cuisine and African cooking that led to some rather nice (Mauritian) recipes. Nice!


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