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Edwin Jagger Pure Badger Shaving Brush - Imitation Ivory Handle with Nickel Plated Collar and End Cap
Edwin Jagger Pure Badger Shaving Brush - Imitation Ivory Handle with Nickel Plated Collar and End Cap
Price: £26.57

4.0 out of 5 stars This is my first shaving brush as i have only ..., 20 Feb. 2015
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This is my first shaving brush as i have only just moved to DE razors so i cant contrast and compare, however:-

Seams quite well made
A few loose hairs have come out in the first month
does have a slight 'badger' whiff

Blood Sugar Sex Magik
Blood Sugar Sex Magik
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Price: £5.60

5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best albums ever, 7 July 2013
This review is from: Blood Sugar Sex Magik (Audio CD)
When it comes to Blood sugar sex magic, think Nevermind, dark side of the moon, Blood on the tracks and the white album.

Yes its that good.

If you havent heard it, do yourself a favour and grab it now.

Too many great tracks, my personal favourite - Sir Physco Sexy, not for its over-the-top lyrics, but the 3 minute riff that follows is frusciante at his prog rock best.

I could have lied a close second

The definitive track = under the bridge has been a little over played over the years and for me was ruined when all saints tried to rip it off in the 90s.

Are You A Beetle or A BMW? What Your Car Says About You
Are You A Beetle or A BMW? What Your Car Says About You
by Steve Sheppard
Edition: Paperback

1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible book, 5 Dec. 2012
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Why people buy certain cars says allot about them right? I mean, all architects I know own Saabs.

I thought this might be an interesting look into stereotypes and pop psychology.


A dire collection of unfunny out dated jokes aimed at the american market.

My advice would be to avoid.

Mad Dog 357 - 5 Million Scoville Pepper Extract
Mad Dog 357 - 5 Million Scoville Pepper Extract

5.0 out of 5 stars Dante eat your heart out, 12 July 2012
I'm not sure of the tonnage of chilli's required to make this product, but it's hotter than a molten-lava filled pop tart, one drop and you'll best be serving your food in a dish made of shuttle re-entry tiles.

Top marks for mad dog, this pure heat. I love silver edition for instant heat, but this is another level, I don't think you will ever need to buy a second bottle.

6 6 6
6 6 6
Price: £9.32

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4.0 out of 5 stars Bizarre early prog-rock with disturbingly religious overtone, 16 Sept. 2005
This review is from: 6 6 6 (Audio CD)
I first heard a crackly cassette with a copy of this album 13 years ago, and have wanted to listen to it again ever since, on buying it, I have not been disappointed. Think pink floyds the wall and you will not be far off, it hard to hold anything to David Gilmour and Roger Walters, but, this is very much in the same vain and 10 years its junior.
As a predecessor to prog rock, this is album is almost an rock opera, with some catch tunes. As the title suggests, there are some disturbing religious overtones, which on consideration do add to the atmosphere of the piece, but expect some strange looks if you play it out loud.
The album kicks of with the system a simple chant of 'we've found the system, to f* the system' before launching into the catchy rock piece Babylon, which is very upbeat raw guitar, which shows the musicians Greek roots. The album then reaches Loud, Loud, Loud, which is where the albums religious overtones kick in, followed by the excellent Four horsemen which is the song (along with the out of place ballad finally break) that made me recall and buy the album. It starts with a narration that leads into some natty guitar work.
We then go Greek again with the 'plunk plunk' of the lamb which would not be out of place in a greek restaurant, all be it a lively one. The Aegian sea is a fantastic piece of guitar music, which does draw comparisons to axe greats such as Gilmour in style, before we are back to pseudo-religious chanting again with seven bowls.
The album carries on with some great tunes, such as the rather funky novelty track the beast, guitar thrashings in do it and the battle of the locusts, some silly breaks like ofis, a too happy pop rock hic and nunc (here and now) and more of the same chanting the capture of the beast. The twenty minute penultimate track is a album meadly in the vain of atom heart mother. Before the excellent ballad break.
One other track to mention is the (infinity symbol) which is responsible for the album being banned (ultimately postponed for a year) due to a woman having an orgasm to the track aka Axle Rose's my world.
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