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Hi-Tec E.o.s. Sonic Si Jr Black/Yellow/Silver Sports Football Studs A001392-01 4 UK Youth, 37 EU, 5 US
Hi-Tec E.o.s. Sonic Si Jr Black/Yellow/Silver Sports Football Studs A001392-01 4 UK Youth, 37 EU, 5 US
Offered by shoeshoebedo
Price: £24.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Footy boots, 13 Sep 2013
I bought these for my son and he loves them. Very smart looking and he finds them easier to get on and off. They arrived in good time and in perfect condition.


Neotechs® Black USB Rechargeable Play & Charge Kit Battery Pack for Xbox 360 Controller Charger
Neotechs® Black USB Rechargeable Play & Charge Kit Battery Pack for Xbox 360 Controller Charger
Offered by Neotechs
Price: £5.49

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Replacement power supply, 13 Sep 2013
= Fun:1.0 out of 5 stars 
The product is great, the review incorrectly asked me to rate this game which wasn't really applicable.
The battery packs themselves work absolutely fine and keep their charge well.


Russian Roulette
Russian Roulette
Price: £7.42

5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Accept the inevitable, 23 Aug 2006
This review is from: Russian Roulette (Audio CD)
This is without doubt the best album from the masters of German heavy metal. Udo dirkshneider's unique vocals are well suited to this selection of songs. Aiming high is wihtout doubt the best track Accept have ever recorded, combined with the driving power of heaven and hell and a number of well put together tracks, there isn't a week song on this album. If you though restless and wild was good, you will love this as Accept come of age as a metal act.


Poison's Greatest Hits 1986-1996
Poison's Greatest Hits 1986-1996
Price: £7.55

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A classy compilation of exceptional rock songs, 8 April 2002
There are so many good Poison songs that it is almost impossible to pick out the best. This is an excellent attempt which includes nearly every song that I would have chosen, with the exception of my life loves a tragedy. One of the on-line reviews suggested that Poison was somewhere betweren Bon Jovi and Metallica, I must honestly say that I can't see either! Poison have a style all of their own which is very rock 'n roll based with some seriously catchy guitar riffs. The most impressive arrangement has to be Somethin to believe in which has excellent lyrics and great vocal harmonies. There is a hint of rockabilly in the earlier songs, a bit like the stray cats with attitude. However, the underlying sound which Poison strive to achieve is genuine 100% rock.


The Best Of Warrant
The Best Of Warrant
Price: £5.24

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars a good album with most of warrants best songs on it., 8 April 2002
This review is from: The Best Of Warrant (Audio CD)
Most 'greatest hits' compilations always leave me wondering why certain songs were left out. This particular CD is no exception. The songs included on the album are great, with hits like cherry pie, down boys and sure feels good, but why weren't You're the only hell and love in stereo included? Whatever your view on which songs were left out, you can't help enjoying the ones which were inlcluded. Warrant definately have a sound which is unique and this CD covers the entire range of their songs from crunching anthems like cherry pie and down boys to the melodic ballads such as sometime she cries. The cover of Queens legendary we will rock you is worth the price of the CD alone.


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