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SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COME
SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COME
Offered by Books2anywhereUS
Price: £7.25

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Real metal that will never sellout, 20 July 2001
They might not be famous or be selling loads of albums or eleasing chart topping singles but they produce amazing music non-stop and refuse to sell out (unlike a certain band beginning with M). the lyrics are sophisticated the vocals are growling sometimes and yet he reaches the high notes like Bruce Dickinson any day. Burning times is a brilliant opener followed by the contrasting melancholy. It is then the heavy disciples of the lie. Other highlights are Stand Alone (a similar riff to blackened)and Reaping stone. That is before the Something Wicked Triology including my favourite Prophecy and the epic finale Coming Curse complete with piano intro and crashing guitars to finish it. a utterly superb album. Buy it


Best Of Supreme Snowboarding
Best Of Supreme Snowboarding

1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars jerky fragmented not very polished, 21 Jan 2001
its not that this game is badly thought out or designed badly its that its totally unplayable boring and tedious. there is not a skill factor its just watching your character bumping his way down the slope with it jerking and jumping. i couldn't see and i still won. this is not a problem with my pc as it is an amd athlon 1 ghz processor with a nvidia 2 card. it is too jerky too tedious too boring.


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