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Cream Future Electro
Cream Future Electro
Price: £14.27

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good all round Lecky!, 18 Jan. 2010
This review is from: Cream Future Electro (Audio CD)
A good allround album!

CD1 seems to be most of the new tunes around at the moment with most of the big names on Including Deadmau5, Tiesto, Paul van dyk, Wolfgang gartner.

CD2 is a bit of a minimal affair, which isnt to my taste too much but i still enjoy it.

CD3 is the filthiest of the lot with lots of rippling and edgy synths. Not the dirtiest electro ever but some good filthy tunes kicking around on it. My favourite of the lot.

Over all thouroughly reccomended.


James Lavelle - Bangkok: GU37 (Limited Edition)
James Lavelle - Bangkok: GU37 (Limited Edition)

1 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Move on. this is pants., 9 Nov. 2009
In a word to any potential purchaser's. PANTS. Boring, repetitive and ultimately poop. The first CD sound'S like a load of bungled together intro tracks that are badly mixed together. Tricking you into thinking there's a lift in the beat only to be let down time after time by another track that sounds exactly the same.

CD 2 is slightly more 'house' and 'techno' Albeit just as boring. Get yourself an average music maker on your PC and you could string together a better tune. No wonder james lavelle has staged this thailand, where most people off their faces would think is good (though to be honest strong drugs wouldnt make this any better)because stage this anywhere else and you would be booed off stage/decks. Not any slur againts the taiwanese nation but you know the jist of why people from the uk go there.

people may argue that i dont know about minilmalist house and how 'deep' it is. Ive got many of global undergrounds's CD'S releases and have quite enjoyed them, icluding Sasha's Invol2r, Which is very good.
This release strikes me as a 'trendy' Album for people who scratch their chins and and wax lyrical about how ''complex and striking the beat and overlayed synths and techno essences are'' When really this is an absolute stinker of a music album.

James lavelle? Get out.


Cream Future Trance
Cream Future Trance
Price: £15.59

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Definately worth a purchase., 9 Jan. 2009
This review is from: Cream Future Trance (Audio CD)
I will say this definately one of the better trance albums ive bought. Mostly remixed tunes, but the remixes are ace. There seems to be a lot of vocal's in the new wave of trance nowadays, which is no bad thing. Energy 52's Cafe del mar remixed by michael woods and the danny nightingale remix of anya are top tunes, but then again most of the tunes on the album are good. This, alongside ajuana beats vol 6 by above and beyond, are on constant loop at the moment. Awesome stuff!!!


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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dead by name but defiantely not by nature!!, 11 Dec. 2008
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I first heard a tune of Deadmau5 with Kaskade (move for me) on a Cream ibiza album. thought it was excellent and wanted a bit more. Have to say this album is sumat else. Doesnt really fall into a catergory and seems not only to be progressive throughout the album but also progressive throughout most genres of electronica. Really chilled out tunes with a headbopping beat. I think ''Brazil'' and ''alone with you'' are my favourite tracks as this is where the album starts to really take off into allsorts of whizzes and bleeps and ambient effects such as bells and pianos and a whole range of other electronica noizes. Defiantely reccomended.


Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation
Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I went to the danger zone!, 1 Jun. 2008
This Game is Awesome! just got it yesterday and i have to say, it is a spectacular flying sim. Whilst Geared towards an Arcade type expirience rather than a Simulator, it doesnt detract from the Expirience at all. The graphics are Amazing, from the missile trails to the heat waves made by your after burner. what is particulary impressive is the landscape that streches for miles and it looks fantasic.

The gameplay is easy to pick up and enjoyable. There is a slight tactical element to the way you fight as well. Each mission equpis you with a wingman, who can attack targets for you and cover your 6 (haha speaky fly lingo) Also you have the ability to use ground units and sea units to aid you in your mission, once you have helped them complete theirs. however this makes you think as to which units will help first. do you really want to attack a heavily armed fortress with the AA guns you helped or rather have support from the Tank battalion that are better suited to attacking ground targets? Its not as Indepth as battle for midway but a fun twist that puts it above your average flight game (ie overg fighters oh dear me)

Also you the option as to what payload you and your wingman will take with you for each mission and what plane you will use. if your mission is primarily a ground attack role it will easier to use the A-10 or Tornado GR4 armed with Paveway bombs and rockets, rather than the Raptor with Sidewinder Air to Air missiles. However if the mission is a mixed bag, why not get you wingman to attack the ground targets in the A-10 and you cover him from enemy aircraft with the raptor? Again another slight tactical element that adds to fun. You can Also purchase better weapons as you complete more missions meaning more whoopass for the enemy and higher scores for you.

The online play is similar to the singleplayer, with objectives to complete and dogfights to fight. However, plane classes dont seem to matter much as people usually just get the best planes regardless and then fly round in circles chasing each other. this can boring pretty quickly and isnt much fun with the full amount of players as you get shot from Everywhere. its much more fun as a one on one senario or 3 on 3.

Anyway overall a dman good flight game and thorughly enjoyable. wack on ''DANGER ZONE'' from topgun and smash on your aviators and get blasting!!!


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