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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,561 - Total Helpful Votes: 519 of 655
ECO REFILLABLE CHROME SHOWER FILTER complete with &hellip by Sensitive Skincare Co
I've been a long time user of Sensitive Skincare's Clear tinted dechlorinating shower filter and thought I'd have a go at the more attractive chrome version and it's a winner on every level. As with the other filter it creates a lovely, clean, 'soft' flow of water with all the impurities removed - no more irritated skin and heavy limescale-scrubbing!

As before, the filter fits easily at the base of the shower unit with it's universal threaded apertures but it's now more of a subtle addition with the chrome finish. I don't know if I'm imagining it, but the water flow seems much improved and doesn't limit the pressure… Read more
Country Funk Volume - 2 1967 -1974 ~ Various Artists
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5.0 out of 5 stars Funky Southern Gumbo, 29 July 2014
The law of diminishing returns suggests that this second collection of tracks in the Country Funk series should be a bit ropey but, hell, here's the exception to the rule. If anything, this is an even more potent funk gumbo than the first.

There are some seriously low-down tunes on here and special note must go to Bob Darin's ode to his harmonica `Me & Mr. Hohner' which is all seedy streetlife and police hassle & Jim Ford's `Rising Sign' has one of the nastiest grooves I've heard in a long while. The incongruous opening track is a stunning reading of Elvis' `Don't Be Cruel' which appears to have been prescribed a course of serious downers and while not being possessed of `the… Read more
Atlas ~ Real Estate
Atlas ~ Real Estate
It's a great shame that this came out around the same time as The War On Drugs 'Lost In The Dream' because, buying them together and with 'Atlas' being a more subtle beast, it didn't get a look in for a long while on my CD player.
While it doesn't have some of the amazing hooks present on the self-titled debut and even better 'Days', it has a beautiful, dreamlike flow that just takes you away on a bright summer's day. It's the very definition of laid back but not in a stoned, aimless way. As is their modus operandi, the band find a groove/melody and lock onto it in a mesmeric fashion - you just need to give yourself to the music, the universal lyrics and drift...
Highlights for me… Read more

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