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Nexus 6p case,Lizimandu TPU 3d pattern Case for Nexus 6p(Colorful Pizzle)
Nexus 6p case,Lizimandu TPU 3d pattern Case for Nexus 6p(Colorful Pizzle)
Offered by Lizimandu
Price: £19.90

2.0 out of 5 stars Looks nice but covers camera laser focus, 17 Jun. 2016
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It's a nice case and fits the body of the phone well. However, the cut-out for the camera half-covers the camera laser focus thingy, so I'm going to get a different one.

Moon Is Down
Moon Is Down
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Price: £38.14

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not quite what I expected..., 3 Jan. 2004
This review is from: Moon Is Down (Audio CD)
Like a lot of people, I first heard of Further Seems Forever through my love of Dashboard Confessional; the lead singer was in both bands. However, before I heard The Moon Is Down, I'd heard the most recent FSF album with their new singer.... and I *loved* it!!!
So, knowing how much I love Chris Carrabba, and the new FSF album, I quickly bought this album, too.
It's not bad. That's the nicest thing I can say about it. Chris' vocals don't seem to blend too well with the rest of the band. Though saying that, sometimes it's hard to even make out what he's singing, as the mix isn't too great.
However, there are some good songs on the album, my favourite being Snowbirds And Townies...
I won't say it's a bad album, but it isn't great. If you like Dashboard and the latest FSF stuff, it doesn't guarentee you'll like this album. But give it a go, it's not bad, and if you listen to it enough, it might just grow on you...

A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar
A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar
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Price: £3.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dashboard Do It Again, 15 Aug. 2003
Yet another brilliant album from Dashboard Confessional! This one is, as expected, slightly different to the others. Rather than being centered around Chris Carrabba and his acoustic guitar, this time the whole band get a look in.
The whole album is put together so well, that you're almost amazed when you think this is the same band who put together The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most in 2 weeks. No, this is obviously a much more finished album.
The only downfall I can find is the song "Ghost of a Good Thing", which doesn't fit in with the entire mood of the album, as it is the only totally acoustic song.
Well done, Chris!

The Swiss Army Romance
The Swiss Army Romance

5.0 out of 5 stars Everything you could want in one impossible to find cd, 17 Feb. 2003
This review is from: The Swiss Army Romance (Audio CD)
Chris Carrabba, aka Dashboard Confessional, is pure genius. And this album shows it! The Swiss Army Romance is his first full-length album and features.... him. No band accompaniment, just Chris and his acoustic guitar. If you're into beautiful, soulful music that pulls at the heart strings, this is the album for you. Chris' unique but amazing voice is so raw with emotion at times, you can't help but sing along with him, which is just what he wants the most! This album has helped me through so many hard times, and will continue to do so for a long time.
Thank God for Chris Carrabba, he will Save Us All.

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