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Continental
Continental
Price: £7.01

3.0 out of 5 stars For the sake of my collection, 7 April 2013
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This review is from: Continental (Audio CD)
I am a bit dissappointed as i had expected more information on the tracks. The record company could have done better. The music is typical Saint Etienne and if you like their style as i do, then it is at least okay.


Drowning In Berlin: The Best Of
Drowning In Berlin: The Best Of
Price: £10.48

4.0 out of 5 stars Should have had more success in their time, 7 April 2013
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This record belongs to those groups you just cannot forget for "that one single". I am surprised how good the whole lp is and it makes for an interesting listening in the car stereo. Very good liner notes and packaging as well!


Burning Bridges (Special Edition)
Burning Bridges (Special Edition)
Price: £9.80

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3.0 out of 5 stars Good sampler but music has dated, 7 April 2013
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Best remembered for their cover of Burt Bacharach the whole record is very 80ies in style. It completes my collection and it`s nice to have the record before Climie Fisher. But it will not grow into a favorite. The liner notes and the whole packaging is very good!


Bell Recordings 1971-72 (Bonus Tracks)
Bell Recordings 1971-72 (Bonus Tracks)
Price: £12.96

3.0 out of 5 stars Davy Jones with the Monkees is much better, 7 April 2013
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Well, being a Monkees fan for a very long time i just had to complete my collection with this record. I really like his voice but the titles just lack in momentum. It`rather oldfashioned music even for the 70ies. Okay for a second listening sometimes.


Youngblood
Youngblood
Price: £14.65

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2.0 out of 5 stars Ordinary american rock music, 7 April 2013
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This review is from: Youngblood (Audio CD)
I am a fan of the Beach Boys for a very long time and for that reason i have bought the solo records of the brothers and Bruce Johnston as well. I understand that they want to break from the restrictions of a BB record but i simply find this record of Carl Wilson to monotonous to give it more than two listenings. That`s all.


Steps In Time
Steps In Time
Price: £10.46

5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect souvenir of the 80ies, 12 May 2011
This review is from: Steps In Time (Audio CD)
At the height of their time i somehow missed King but rediscoveres them via Paul King on MTV. I think their music is still "now" and recommend this reissue very much. Especally as it features the 12 inch versions i never had on vinyl.


Blanc Burn
Blanc Burn
Price: £12.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Contemporary, 12 May 2011
This review is from: Blanc Burn (Audio CD)
I have been a fan of Blancmange since having heard "Waves" for the first time around 1981. Actually i have prepared there dance orientated numbers like "Living on the ceiling" but this new work grows on me with every listening and i will keep it on my cd-player in the car for some time. sometimes it reminds me of Claudia Brücken`s approach to comtemporary music. try it!


The Best of Swans Way
The Best of Swans Way
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Price: £12.79

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Should be discovered by more people, 12 Nov 2008
This review is from: The Best of Swans Way (Audio CD)
i bought this as a vinyl way back in 1984 as i fell in love with the first single "Soul Train". I was very glad when i discovered that Universal Records reissued the only lp "The Fugitive" as a "Best of" with 2 maxi versions and 2 b-sides. The liner notes are very limited but the music is just fantastic and should be discovered again. its very dramatic and resembles a bit to the Associates. shame they just disappeared.


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