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Aidy Shaw "The Vicar" (Lincoln, England.)

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Void Dweller
Void Dweller

5.0 out of 5 stars Essential old school techno, 25 Dec. 2007
This review is from: Void Dweller (Audio CD)
In 1992, i carried a tape of this around with me, so that at any party or in any situation, i was assured of having it available. Years later, having tried to find it i have finally tracked down a copy, and it still covers all the bases, dark, brooding techno, samples which bring to mind insanity and enough experimentation to make it sound amazingly fresh today. I have yet to meet anybody who doesn't like this album. If you like techno, breakbeat or jungle, this album is essential. An over used word which in this case is true!


Love All the People: The Essential Bill Hicks: Letters, Lyrics, Routines
Love All the People: The Essential Bill Hicks: Letters, Lyrics, Routines
by Bill Hicks
Edition: Paperback

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars bill hicks. Legend., 2 Mar. 2004
The man spoke more truth in one day then your average performer could give in his life. A prophet, who made life more visceral through his musings. Somehow cynicism creates joy, and truth drives the imagination. i hope that this book gains the place in everyones conciousness that it deserves, an eulogy of the brightest light to have shone in my lifetime.


Asoka [2001] [DVD]
Asoka [2001] [DVD]
Dvd ~ Shah Rukh Khan
Offered by 247dvd
Price: £5.44

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Asoka, 20 Jan. 2004
This review is from: Asoka [2001] [DVD] (DVD)
The first thing you notice about this film is the stunning cinematography, the richness of colour and the beauty of its setting. The story itself is an old fashioned, if gory historical romp. Based loosely on the tale of the historical tyrant turned monk of third century B.C., Asoka, this is a film that truly has everything. Although the songs went somewhat over my head, they work well within the film, and the choreography is quite mesmerising. It was also helped for me that Osaka married not just one, but two stunning women. I guess that goes with the job of Emporer. Having not seen a Hindi film in full before, i am determined not to make this my last. A wonderful, wonderful film, with a heart rending ending. A must for any open minded fans of cinema!


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