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ZINI PLASTIC KEYFOB MOBILE PHONE UNLOCKED VOICE CHANGER KEY WORLDS SMALLEST MINI PHONE
ZINI PLASTIC KEYFOB MOBILE PHONE UNLOCKED VOICE CHANGER KEY WORLDS SMALLEST MINI PHONE

23 of 37 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Lubricant not included, 21 Aug. 2013
When you get sent down, it's a drag when your mobile sets off the metal detectors. What to do? Simples! Get a phone made of plastic (mostly). Where to put it? Simples! Although you don't want to make the mistake my mate Bill made. Lubricant is a must, he says. Ideally, the phone should have the shape and colour of a turd. Now, apparently car manufacturers aren't keen on 'cell phones' in the shape of key fobs. Apparently it infringes their copyright. Yeah, that's definitely the big issue here. So turd-phones are obviously the future. Bit of a niche market, tho, which is why for now it's a tad tricky to get your hand on, or buttocks round, one. So until Amazon stocks those, and to avoid the hassle of doing extra time for infringing Mini's copyright, this little number is the way to go. 'Very very very little metal'. Bill says to remember to turn off the 'vibrate and ring'. Or was it turn it on?
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Shaken and Stirred: The David Arnold James Bond Project
Shaken and Stirred: The David Arnold James Bond Project
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Price: £10.98

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not a Tribute: Fantastic new music, 19 July 2001
This is a magnificent CD, with surprise after surprise. Dave Arnold has assembled an astonishing number of hugely talented musical forces and obviously put them to work. A lot of work. This isn't just a work-a-day, rushed set of remixes, but completely recomposed music. None of the songs sounds like a 'tribute' but like (because it is) a new piece of music. No duds here.
Highlights: David McAlmont singing the pants off Shirley Bassey. He is simply magnificent. Also a very unusual arrangement of From Russia with Love, sung by Natacha Atlas. Whereas McAlmont clearly sets out to out-Shirley Shirley, Atlas recreates the song so that it sounds as if written specially for her. Pulp are seedy as hell: brilliant, and also doing full justice to their arranging skills.
All it's lacking is Mandalay singing For Your Eyes Only. Now that would be something... Or am I just greedy...?


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