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Korres Unisex Pepper, Jasmine and Gaiac Wood Eau d&hellip by Korres
I adore this scent from Korres, who, to my mind, create beautiful, environmentally friendly, fairly priced edt's. Of their range, this is probably my preferred scent - quite a creamy, floral scent underpinned by the bitter notes of pepper and gaiac wood. I find it to be long lasting and relatively complex. I'd also strongly recommend their saffron and amber and the newest 'male' scent - bergamot, coriander and mountain pepper which, at first seemed a bit similar to their vetiver and cedar wood but after a few weeks wear, I am glad to report that it's its own beast entirely!
(Without Noticing) ~ Fire!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars realising...., 28 Oct 2013
....how good this album is (without noticing)
Another stunner from The Fire! trio - relentlessly inventive, it twists and turns, at times delicate and understated and pinned by Mats's wailing sax. Love it.
Field of Reeds ~ These New Puritans
Field of Reeds ~ These New Puritans
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Quite perfect, 3 July 2013
Do swirls of alchemic mist float across Canvey Island to inspire such greatness? For me, finally, we have the heirs to Talk Talk's throne. No surprise to see engineer Phil Brown eliciting the perfect sounds from this lot.
Dedicate an hour to yourself, prepare your favourite tipple/accompaniment, dim the lights and lose yourself in this mighty piece of work.
I don't look for weaknesses in albums. Who am I to judge!? But for those who do, you won't find any here.
Bettered only this year by Fire! Orchestra's Exit! album.

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