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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The more I listen, the more I find, 22 July 2003
This review is from: Quixotic (Audio CD)
"Martina Topley Who?" you might be wondering, but probably not for much longer. This fantastic and long-awaited album truly deserves its rave reviews and Mercury nomination.
Martina's cross-genre talents soon become obvious in "Quixotic", her debut solo album. The deep south blues of 'Intro' lead into the catchy first single from the album, 'Need One'. PJ Harvey would be proud of the intensity and fire emitted by 'I Wanna Be There' and yet 'Anything' is so touching. Ragga's trippy-Tricky percussional pitter-patter defies the listener to remain apart from the music's energy, and swathes of luxuriating David Arnold arranged strings complete 'Stevie's (Days of a Gun)' and the album.

France 2003 (Tourist & Motoring Atlas)
France 2003 (Tourist & Motoring Atlas)

23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Information overload, 16 July 2003
There's a wealth of information contained in this map: distances between locations, positions of tolls, size of town, whether the road lies next to a big drop-off and, if you look closely enough and get a little bit lucky, you might even be able to find road names/numbers.
That's the trouble, you see this map bombards you with so much information that the key detail you need to know can be incredibly difficult to find. Useful information such as road numbers appear in incredibly small writing; less useful information, such as distances between locations, is shown in far larger text.
This is a very comprehensive map, but quite an unfriendly road atlas. In comparison with British-made road atlases of France (AA, Collins etc), this is not much cop.

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