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3.0 out of 5 stars Not very sturdy, 6 July 2013
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This is a good, cheap set of containers that can be used in the microwave and freezer with no problems. Very large and used often over the past few months. However, they are made of very thin material and one of the containers has already split, with another being on the point of splitting. So not the kind of container that will last years, but they are cheap and very spacious.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Gets better with every listen., 8 Aug. 2011
This review is from: Transatlanticism (Audio CD)
The first few times, Transatlanticism comes across as a good album, with the catchy melodies of The Sound of Settling and Expo '86 sticking in the listener's mind and making them want to return for more. However, there is so much more to this wonderful album than that. On each listen, a clever guitar riff in the background, an excellent drum section at the end of a verse, or a new meaning for the witty, ambiguous lyrics reveals itsself to the reader. I couldn't possibly count the number of times I have listened to this album, and it never gets old. For me, the main appeal is the lyrics - each song is a story, and when listening to them, they become the listener's story too.
Each element of this album - the rich and textured melodies; the sometimes obscure, sometimes blunt lyrics; the endearingly awkward vocals - comingles perfectly to make this one of my favourite LPs of all time. I would recommend you to buy it, listen carefully, and let it grow on you.

When The World Comes Down
When The World Comes Down
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5.0 out of 5 stars Different is good, 4 July 2009
What a great return for The All-American Rejects! Very high standards were set by sophomore LP, Move Along, but the boys didn't fail to deliver another amazing album. WTWCD shows definite progress in comparison to AAR's previous work. Lyrics have matured and the members have all become more skilled musicians, both live and in the studio. This album features AAR's first duet, with the very talented Pierces, as well as their first ever #1 single, Gives You Hell. This CD is different from previous albums but that doesn't make it worse; it shows that the band are willing to take risks and experiment with different styles of music. I love all of the songs on this album and am unable to choose a standout track - even the demos and other bonus tracks are amazing! Overall, this album should not disappoint fans and newcomers alike.

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