Profile for L. Rahmani > Reviews

Personal Profile

Content by L. Rahmani
Top Reviewer Ranking: 6,494,524
Helpful Votes: 12

Learn more about Your Profile.

Reviews Written by
L. Rahmani "Larn555" (UK)

Page: 1
Price: £28.28

4.0 out of 5 stars non challenging but good electronic music, 22 Jun. 2008
This review is from: Faena (Audio CD)
some tracks sound similar to 'vector lovers', but more abstract, fairly regular and not too challenging, you could put this on and it would create a mellow atmosphere in your room.

If your ever unsure about which album to play becuase your friends are into different types of music, this will do

Inland Empire
Inland Empire
Offered by Magick41
Price: £31.94

6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars strange... what lynch does.., 17 Oct. 2007
This review is from: Inland Empire (Audio CD)
Much of the soundtrack to Inland Empire was written by lynch himself,this is very impressive when you also consider that he had his hands on most of the production (even some filming). The ambient tracks created a strange atmosphere in some of the scenes, waves of dark strings that sound creepy, but very enjoyable. The track 'ghost of love' is a great song, very eerie sounding, it has a slow blues tempo with some detailed reverb and interesting voice effects. I reccomend it to anyone who liked the film.

Price: £5.99

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A real artist, 11 Jan. 2007
This review is from: Vespertine (Audio CD)
i listened to this album in my car, if i listen to the track 'undo', i will be brought to tears by the end and feel emotionaly stired up. this happens each time, which i cant fathom becuase no other music can do this to me.

Do You Party?
Do You Party?

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars electro weird funk, 25 Feb. 2005
This review is from: Do You Party? (Audio CD)
Highly anticipated album from Matmos mainman Drew Daniel, aka The Soft Pink Truth, on Matthew Herbert's Soundslike imprint. Effortlessly fusing the r'n'b suss of Timbaland with the glitch cut up dynamics of Akufen and the sexyness of classic 70's disco. Made up from the two now classic 12"'s 'Soft Pink Missy' and 'Promo Funk' alongside three additional tracks 'Do You Party' is the essential album of this harsh winter. From the midtempo cut-up delight of 'Everybody's Soft' to the female tribute 'Gender Studies'. The Blevin Blectum bomb 'Make Up'. The John Carpenter down the disco delight 'Promo Funk' then onto the dirty r'n'b booty house groover 'Over You (No Love)'. The new tracks are 'Satie (Grey Corduroy Suit)' which adds a dose of Matmos electronics to the cocktail - 'Big Booty Bitches' is hyper glitched with many miami bass samples and a moody synth line. The album closes with the touchingly funny and heartfelt sample collage 'I Want To Thank You'. Wicked from start to finish, add a splash of pink to your cd collection today. Ace.

Who Is DJ Rubbish? [DVD AUDIO]
Who Is DJ Rubbish? [DVD AUDIO]
Offered by Revival Books Ltd
Price: £10.88

5.0 out of 5 stars pretty funny stuff, 23 Feb. 2005
this album has been well arranged and is fun to listen to, showed it to my friends and we had a laugh at the voice editing (cutup doctored)and the streets piss take is funny, also the clip on deadlock trak had me laughing. buy this is you want to here something different and funny.

QBasic For Dummies
QBasic For Dummies
by Douglas Hegert
Edition: Paperback

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars FUN AND EASY, 26 April 2003
This review is from: QBasic For Dummies (Paperback)
QBasic programming for dummies is your easy-to-follow guide to programming in QBasic, the language that comes with MS-DOS. No technical terms; no programming jargon; no steep learning curve. With this friendly, plain english approach, you'll quikly grasp the basics programmes right away!
If you ever imagined that there might be some fun and profit in learning how to program a computer, now is the time to make it happen.

Page: 1