Helpful votes received on reviews: 74% (29 of 39)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 445,796 - Total Helpful Votes: 29 of 39
Acer Aspire V3-571 15.6-inch Laptop (Intel Core i7&hellip by Aspire
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The battery life on this laptop is incredibly poor, and nowhere near good enough for real use on the go. You can dial the screen down to the darkest setting, turn off wi-fi and not use processor-intensive applications to get longer life, but then why did you buy an ultrabook if you didn't want to see what you were doing or connect to the outside world? Lovely having an i7 processor, but Propellerhead Reason thinks that it isn't fast enough to handle its internal synthesizers. Windows 8 isn't Acer's fault, but it is a horror story on a laptop with the touchpad triggering unexpected results. The sound is tinny and faint, even though Acer promise "professionally tuned" speakers with "Dolby… Read more
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Oh, it's rather good, 3 April 2012
The novelty of VC and MG combining to produce a techno album was bound to get me to part with my money. The funny thing is, they didn't meet or even talk while making the album - which sounds rather like the recording of the second Yazoo album. Vince has always been a great collaborator - especially for someone who is notoriously prickly - think The Assembly, Yazoo, Erasure, that thing with Martyn Ware. But don't think about those examples too long, because this isn't like them at all. SSSS, named for the sound of hissy electronics favoured by Vince, is exactly what you want to hear at 2am in a club when you are wanting to feel the music as much as hear it. It is all 4/4 bass drums,… Read more
Trevor Jackson Presents Metal Dance Industrial / P&hellip ~ Trevor Jackson
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Got this compilation for the SPK track, which I've long had on 12" and wanted on CD. The rest is a bonus. As the other reviewer says, the actual tracks are different than those shown on Amazon, but the selections are actually better than the Amazon list. Stupid, sexist interior and CD artwork goes some way to reducing the value of this purchase.