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(What's the Story) Morning Glory?
(What's the Story) Morning Glory?
Offered by Todays Great Deal
Price: £3.24

16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best album i've ever heard, just brilliant!, 21 Jan. 2004
If there is 1 album you absolutely must own it is this one. All 10 tracks are stunning (track 6 and 11 are samples from The Swamp Song, found on The Masterplan). No one can mock this album, as every single track on here could have been a single. How many albums can live up to that? Not many! Any artist would have given their right hand to have written any one of these songs. Liam's voice is breathtaking, as is Noel's on the famous Don't Look Back In Anger.
Hello - A great intro to the album, loud and brilliant lyrics
and you will be singing the chorus over and over.
Roll With It - Very catchy lyrics and great music. A bit repetetive in places but the tune is so good you don't care.
Wonderwall - This is the first of three tracks which stand out on this album. Very meaningful lyrics and great acoustic guitar and drums. You will love this song it is quite simply stunning.
Don't Look Back In Anger - Another stand out track. Noel sings this one and his effort shines through. This song will give you shivers down your spine, it is very uplifting and superb from start to finish.
Hey Now - Not one of the best songs, but still great non the less. Drags on a bit but the lyrics are good.
Some Might Say - Now this is Rock'n'Roll! Brilliant lyrics combined with stunnig guitar riffs, their first Number 1 single.
Cast no Shadow - A sad slow song to listen to when you're depressed it will cheer you up. Liam's voice is superb on this song.
She's Electric - More pop than Rock'nRoll but extremely catchy. This is the type of song you would know all the words to when you were a kid and would sing over and over again!
Morning Glory - The title track and the anthem of the album. Brilliant intro and it just gets better from there. Powerful lyrics, this song is loud!
Champagen Supernova - The last track and one of the standout tracks aswell. Over 7 minutes long but it only feels like 3! It has a very relaxing verse before building up to a heavy chorus and the lyrics are just superb. Why didn't they release this as a single?!
I've only given this 5 stars because i can't give it 500 stars. The combination of great lyrics combined with the sheer brilliance of the music make this is the best album i have ever heard, and ever will hear in my entire life.


Extreme Euphoria (Mixed By Lisa Lashes)
Extreme Euphoria (Mixed By Lisa Lashes)

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good, but Vol. 2 is still the ultimate hard house album, 23 Aug. 2003
3.5 stars. Overall i was slightly dissappointed with this album, mainly because i love Vol. 2 (the blue one) so much, this album didn't quite live up to my expectations. If, however u do not compare it to the other albums, you will find it is a good cd with a few excellent tunes and banging bass lines.
Best songs from cd 1: Ilogik - One Time
Knuckleheadz and J.L - Irrational Impulses
Nick Rafferty - Groovin'
Best songs from cd 2: Neon Lights - Not over Yet
Incisions - I'm The One
Stimulant DJ's - F*ck Da Beatz
CD2 is the better of the 2. overall i would only recommend this album to real hard house fans as it is definitely what it says on the cover, EXTREME! Well done Lisa Lashes on yet another great album, looking 4ward 2 volume 4!!!


Push the Beat for This Jam: the Singles 1994-2002
Push the Beat for This Jam: the Singles 1994-2002
Price: £9.01

6 of 20 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars The cheesiest album i've ever heard, 12 Jan. 2003
Having seen Scooter burst on to the UK dance scene with the fantastic single The Logical Song, and follow that up with another impressive single in Nessaja, i was expecting this album to be full of other hard pumping dance tunes. Maybe i was wrong!!! Apart from these 2 songs, i can't find 1 other that even comes close to resembling the same sort of dance feel to it.
The Logical Song in my opinion was a 1 off piece of musical genius. Almost everything about that song was perfect. From the catchy high pitched voice and lyrics to the euphoric tune. But this album did little to impress me as far as dance music is concerned. It was alright using the high voice once, but when you use it for almost half the songs on the album it starts to make you wonder whther they can actually sing themselves!!!
Talking about the male singer, i know you should show some passion when singing, but screaming like a psycho non-stop makes you feel like you're being put through a form of torture. I had sore ears when listening to the start of Fire for the first time! And I mustn't forget to mention the utter cheesyness of this album. It is UNBELIEVABLE!!! Friends, Endless Summer, Back In The UK, Let Me Be Your Valentine, Rebel Yell, How Much Is The Fish, F*ck The Millenium and Aii Shot The DJ are a collection of the cheesiest tunes you'll ever here.
Back In The UK reminds me of a kid's merry-go-round at a fun-fair it is that cheesy, and the high voice in friends i can't help but laugh hysterically every time. Oh and f*ck the millenium jsut takes the micky. It has a quite decent build up and stops only to introduce what has to be said as the cheesiest tune ever. I cannot describe it you have to hear it to believe it.
Overall, a truly awful album. If you are into dance/trance like me then i wouldn't advise it but if cheesyness is your thing then ignore this review and proceed to the checkout. Don't be fooled by these 1 hit wonders!


Up Rocking Beats [CD 1]
Up Rocking Beats [CD 1]
Offered by Paint-it-Black
Price: £0.01

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars This CD will get you spinnin' and glidin'!!!, 29 Aug. 2002
This review is from: Up Rocking Beats [CD 1] (Audio CD)
After the huge success of their first single "Freestyler" it was always going to be difficult to make a song that was just as good. Although not as good as freestyler it is still a great tune and really does make you want to dance, if you like that kind of music. This is also one of the few singles that has a remix that rivals that of the original. The JS16 remix does itself proud. I don't think you'll be dissapointed with the JS16 remix because JS16 actually writes the music for most of their songs anyway, such as Super Electric. Not sure about the freestyler remix but overall a great buy.


Europop
Europop
Price: £8.29

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars If u like the singles, u'll like this album, 22 Aug. 2002
This review is from: Europop (Audio CD)
I bought this CD a while back, and as soon as i listened to it i soon appreciated the quality of the songs on it. In my opinion the best track is Another Race. Most of the songs have great tunes, the only song which i dislike is My Clown which is a bit different from the rest of the album. Overall, 6 great songs, 4 good songs, 2 ok songs and 1 rubbish song. Get it now!!!!


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