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Titebond - Oringinal Wood Glue - 4oz TB503
Titebond - Oringinal Wood Glue - 4oz TB503
Offered by Professional Tool Industries
Price: 4.94

5.0 out of 5 stars Worked a treat on my guitar!, 4 Jan 2014
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I used this to mend my acoustic guitar. Certain sections of the front of guitar had came away from the banding. Quite a tricky little job and needed a glue that would stick fast yet was workable and would not damage or mark the wood. Also needed it to be very stable as I use the guitar a lot and often in a percussive way. It worked a treat and I felt comfortable playing the guitar after 24 hours. All traces of glue were easily wiped away with a damp cloth and body of guitar feels as secure as it has ever been.

Yellow River
Yellow River
Price: 0.79

2.0 out of 5 stars re recording!, 4 Jan 2014
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This review is from: Yellow River (MP3 Download)
Thought this would be the original, but is actually a rerecording. Also a deceiving cover which says also includes ''In the summertime''.
Ended up having to purchase elsewhere to get the original.

Hey Rock N' Roll The Very Best Of Showaddywaddy
Hey Rock N' Roll The Very Best Of Showaddywaddy
Price: 5.98

17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WAP WAP Ooooh..., 27 Dec 2009
If you only ever buy one Showaddywaddy cd then this should be the one. Includes no less than 25 tracks to round up all of their UK hit singles between 1974 and 1982 (10 top 10 hits, 9 of these top 5) along with a few other little gems that didn't chart `Take me in your arms' and the B side to Hey Rock and Roll (which was their first UK chart single reaching no 2) `You will lose your love tomorrow'. The band was formed in 1973 by the amalgamation of two groups, Choise and The Golden Hammers. This led to an eight member band, with the unusual feature of having two vocalists, a couple of drummers and two bassists. Whilst quite a few bands pursued a similar musical path, Rubettes, Darts, Rocky Sharpe and the Replays to name a few, none lasted the pace whereas Showaddywaddy just seemed to go on forever. Wap Wap Ooooh.

Baby Let's Play House
Baby Let's Play House
Offered by YouWantIt-WeGotIt
Price: 2.62

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Spankox does a Superb Job on Elvis Classic, 27 Dec 2009
This review is from: Baby Let's Play House (Audio CD)
Baby Lets Play House was released in 1955 and was Elvis's fourth "Sun" single. The original track is a true Presley classic that in my opinion defines his genius and captures the energy, excitement and unpredictability that was bursting from this 20 year-old. Now over 50 years later Spankox manages to give this classic a contemporary feel without losing the freshness and virtuosity of Elvis's voice and also retaining lots of the rhythm and style of Scotty and Bill. This is much better than the JXL efforts in that A little less conversation and Rubberneckin were throwaway Elvis efforts, here we are dealing with Classic Presley. Raw pumped up swamp-like guitar plays on the off beat over Elvis's stuttering, hiccupping Baby baby baby's (this exciting part of the vocal is bit difficult to hear initially, but guess you can't have everything) and beefs up and rises to a crescendo before "that voice" bursts through into 2008 with uninhibited mischievousness. (Think Run DMC crashing through the screen on to the stage in Walk this Way). As a fan this is the Elvis that I think people should hear more of. Whether or not this is a hit in the UK remains to be seen but Spankox has done a superb job on this track and stayed as true as it was possible to the original.

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