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Crimson [Special Edition]
Crimson [Special Edition]
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Acoustic, 27 Jan. 2006
Crimson is a brilliant album and most definately worth owning if you thought anything of any previous trio releases. The 'acoustic versions' aren't meant to be polished to perfection. The whole point is that a lot of the songs are demos of the songs that actually Are recorded in a basement, still worth listening to as some of the songs sound Completely different and you can hear how the songs progressed to the album state. Don't expect a beautifully recorded acoustic bonus album, Do expect intersting alternative rough versions of the songs recorded prior to the album.


Harmony No Harmony
Harmony No Harmony
Price: £7.99

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Harmony No Harmony, 22 Jan. 2006
This review is from: Harmony No Harmony (Audio CD)
Everyone should hear this album, the lyrics are thought provoking and insightful and the music Rocks the hell out of anything else. From the energetic opener 'Bread & Circuses' to the beautiful rolling chorous of 'After the Rush Hour' (my personal favorite) to the frantic chaos of 'Plan B' to the anthemic chant of 'To Whom it May Concern' to acoustic close 'Harmony No Harmony' this album never drops below sheer brilliance. Frank Turner is a genius and this music is a truly original creation, let this album into your mind and you'll be rewarded.


Harmony No Harmony
Harmony No Harmony
Price: £7.99

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Harmony No Harmony, 22 Jan. 2006
This review is from: Harmony No Harmony (Audio CD)
Everyone should hear this album, the lyrics are thought provoking and insightful and the music Rocks the hell out of anything else. From the energetic opener 'Bread & Circuses' to the beautiful rolling chorous of 'After the Rush Hour' (my personal favorite) to the frantic chaos of 'Plan B' to the anthemic chant of 'To Whom it May Concern' to acoustic close 'Harmony No Harmony' this album never drops below sheer brilliance. Frank Turner is a genius and this music is a truly original creation, let this album into your mind and you'll be rewarded.


Sony MDR-EX71SLB Fontopia Headphones - Black
Sony MDR-EX71SLB Fontopia Headphones - Black

4.0 out of 5 stars Wires, 10 Dec. 2005
Firstly these are Brilliant headphones, the design, the tactile thin wires the soft earplugs, the smooth bass and crisp treble are all outstanding. I wear them every week day for college and when i'm not listening to them i leave them resting around my neck, having gone through two pairs in 6 months i can say that this is almost definately the cause of the melting wires. The rubber literally just turns to putty and peels off the wires. Maybe it's the heat from my neck or the minute amount of sweat but the material just isn't durable enough. Buy them but just don't leave them round your neck while you're not using them, that's my advice.


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