Andrew Sutherland

Say one more stupid thing to me before the final nail is driven in.
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 78% (583 of 746)
Location: Surrey outposts
In My Own Words:
I hear that sometimes Satan comes as a man of peace.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,515 - Total Helpful Votes: 583 of 746
'Til The Band Comes In <a href="">Scott Walker</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
'Til The Band Comes In Scott Walker MP3 Download
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It's apt really that '`Til the Band Comes In' (1970) shows such a pronounced split between its two sides (Side A featuring original material, some of it excellent; Side B consisting almost entirely of covers, most of them dreary) because it can be seen very much as a 'bridging' album for Walker: the four preceding albums, Scotts 1-4 are the stuff of legend, each progressively darker and more idiosyncratic than the last, as Walker gradually shed his teen appeal, and moved away from classic ballads and Broadway hits towards Brel covers and his own, much more interesting material. But he always struggled to balance his own stuff with the demands of the entertainment industry and later 70s… Read more
Graco Evo Pushchair 2014 Range (Khaki) by Graco
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I’ve not used this in combination with the Graco car seat or carrycot; only as a pushchair – but as a pushchair I’ve found the Graco Evo to be first-rate: first thing you notice is the decent build-quality - it feels reassuringly sturdy, but at the same time it’s relatively lightweight and easy/responsive to steer. It also folds down quickly and easily for putting in the car, making it a very portable option, despite the fact that it has a really generous basket underneath that will accommodate quite a lot of kit/shopping. Its pièce de résistance though is the reversible seat, meaning you have the option of front or rear-facing travel (very handy). It also folds down… Read more
Melissa & Doug Chalk and Eraser Bundle (White) by Melissa & Doug
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I was pretty underwhelmed by this if I’m honest – what you’re buying is a pack of white chalks, a pack of coloured chalks and a duster that works on blackboards and whiteboards. The chalks are too thin for toddlers – they snap each time they’re dropped on our tiled kitchen floor, or even if they’re just used with abandon. For older children this perhaps isn’t an issue. But they arrive so tightly packed together that it was virtually impossible to avoid breaking a few as you get them out the pack. The duster is fine as duster’s go but I prefer to use a damp cloth- duster’s always leave behind chalk residue and this one’s no different. All in all: underwhelming.