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Jay and Silent Bob: Colour Edition: Chasing Dogma (Jay & Silent Bob)
Jay and Silent Bob: Colour Edition: Chasing Dogma (Jay & Silent Bob)
by Kevin Smith
Edition: Paperback

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Must Own For Lovers Of Kevin Smiths Work, 6 Oct 2001
Chasing dogma begins with the twosome of Jay and Silent Bob laying low in downtown New Jersey, a few months after the film "Mallrats" took place, the book follows them on a merry journey through the antics of "Chasing Amy" (the third film in Smiths 'New Jersey Trilogy') through to the parking lot that sees them into the film "Dogma".
This book is excellently drawn, and the storyline (written by Kevin Smith) features all the aspects you'd expect from Jay and silent Bob; drugs, porn, refugee monkeys, the works.
This book isn't suitable for those that are easily offended by drugs, sex and bad language, but i would certainly recommend this book to those that are fans of Jay and silent Bob, especially if they've seen the films, although even without that background, it's still a great read.


Toxicity
Toxicity
Price: £8.87

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars System return with an amazing album, 6 Oct 2001
This review is from: Toxicity (Audio CD)
The first system of a down album wasn't the most amazing album, heavy riffs with a political base.
With this follow-up however, they have silenced all their critics. This album is very heavy, with big pounding basslines and thrashing drumbeats. The vocal lines are also impressive, mixing fast and furious screams with high harmony.
The songs are also in parts contain political messages, and this shows how intellectual this band really are.
The highlight of this album has to be the first single, "Chop Suey". This album is a must buy for those that like heavy music with a message.


Drive E.P.
Drive E.P.
Price: £28.82

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another Amazing Single, 26 Sep 2001
This review is from: Drive E.P. (Audio CD)
Incubus are one of rocks most highly underrated bands, and songs like this prove exactly why they deserve ALOT more attention than they get.
This song is amazing, the gentle guitar line, and the relatvily gentle scratching from DJ killmore contradict nicly as Brandon Boyds amazing vocal ability is laid over the top to finish it all off perfectly.
This song is very laid back, calm, emotional and very easy for virtually anybody to get into, this is definetly worth buying.


Make Yourself
Make Yourself
Offered by DVD Overstocks
Price: £6.32

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unclassifiable and Unmissable, 23 Sep 2001
This review is from: Make Yourself (Audio CD)
From the very start of this album, with the heavy, dirty chords and the high harmony in the vocals of "Privelige" you know that you've made the right choise in buying this album. Incubus vary the songs trememdously throughout this album from full on heavy songs (out from under), to slow songs (drive, the warmth) to 3 way DJ battles (Battlestar scralatchtica). The Highlight of this album has to be the astounding "pardon me", which finds a mixture of scratching, rapping, loud AND quiet guitar and amazingly good vocals.
This band are extremly talented, and this cross-genre masterpeice proves this.


Papercut
Papercut
Offered by sdiscs
Price: £8.25

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Papercut. Not about Paper. Or Cuts., 28 May 2001
This review is from: Papercut (Audio CD)
The third single to be released from Linkin Parks highly succesful Hybriod Theory Album, Papercut is a mixture of melodic screams, upbeat raps, turntables and heavy guitars. The song and its video are based around the theme of paranoia, and how it gets to you and consumes your entire being.
This song is an amazing one, the vocals mix rapping with amazingly high pitched screams, the guitars add to the feeling of tension with the opening riff, and add to the feeling of letting loose in the verses, and the turntables top of the song perfectly.
This song is definelty worth your money.


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