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Bohn Swimwear Ladies Swim Jammer Shorts -Black (12&hellip Bohn
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars At last!!, 28 May 2014
At last someone has made some decent swimwear for those of us who aren't confident enough to be seen in public in a bikini or normal swimsuit. I really like these shorts as they are lightweight but keep their shape and are comfortable to wear although I tend to wear black bikini bottoms underneath them which works very well for me. Slightly pricey for what they are but overall worth buying as it's meant that I can finally get back in the swimming pool after 25 years! I've actually bought a second pair recently as I thought I would keep one pair as back-up in case the first pair fell apart at an inconvenient time but the first pair are still going strong even after many months of… Read more
The Futureheads ~ Futureheads
The Futureheads ~ Futureheads
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic debut album, 3 Jun 2006
It was disappointing to read that 1-star review below, as unfortunately I don't agree with a word of it.

The Futureheads combine familiar guitar sounds with 4-part harmony vocals and the result is something that is pleasantly fresh. You might be put off from hearing 14 tracks in the Sunderland accent but I think it just adds to the band's originality and quirkyness.

Lyrics are decidedly off-beat, with songs like 'Robot', but quite funny when you listen.

Standout tracks are Decent Days and Nights, Meantime and Hounds of Love.
Valley Of The Damned ~ Dragonforce
Valley Of The Damned ~ Dragonforce
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A mind-blowing album, 5 Nov 2004
This album is absolutely mind-blowing. It's the debut album from UK Power-Metal band Dragonforce. Combining face-melting solos from guitarist Herman 'The Shred' Lee, gut-busting drumming, it merges to form a mind-blowing finished product. It's the sort of music you can picture listening to in a huge fan-filled stadium, lights flashing and you standing there with your mouth open gawping in amazement.
I do have one complaint though, the lyrics to the songs are a little cheesy, but you can barely hear the vocals (which are great if you pay attention) through the awesome guitar-playing and double-bass pedal of the drums.
I suggest you buy this album now, put it in your car CD-player,… Read more

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