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The Runaways [DVD]
The Runaways [DVD]
Dvd ~ Kristen Stewart
Offered by MusicnMedia
Price: £4.55

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Trashy in all the right places, 21 Mar 2011
This review is from: The Runaways [DVD] (DVD)
I watched this for the first time today and I absolutely bloody loved it. Being shot with saturated colours really gives it the 70s vibe and watching Kristen and Dakota transform from the Twilight kids to mature rock n roll stars is amazing. The story is fantastic from The Runaways quick rise and even quicker demise the film shows the uppers and downers (quite literally) that the band came through ultimately resulting in their departure before Cherie had even turned 18. This film is definitely not one to be missed, and come on...attractive girls in leather and sleaze wear...whats not to love!

Price: £7.43

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4.0 out of 5 stars Don't be narrow minded, 4 Nov 2010
This review is from: Avalon (Audio CD)
The first thing to note about this album is that it is not for those who think Sully will be doing his typical Hard Rock/Metal approach, this is a mellower, down-toned album. But in response to the guy below, I really don't see the problem with it. I only had my first listening today, and I am not usually a fan of mellowed music, but this instantly struck. There are various cultural influences throughout the entire album (think along the lines of Led Zeppelins No Quarter album) and his softened vocals mix well, and as for the female singer, she has a Cristina Scabbia kind of vocal which marries superbly. This would not be an album to listen to whilst bombing down the road, but it's what i like to call an 'In the Bath' album if your looking to be relaxed. Give it a listen, it might not be your cup of tea if you're expecting a Godsmackesque album because its in the opposite direction, but overall its a bloody good piece of work!

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