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McCartney <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/McCartney-Paul/dp/artist-redirect/B0053OBKCA">Paul McCartney</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
McCartney Paul McCartney MP3 Download
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Paul McCartney doesn't seem to view his work in the same way his peers in the pop world view theirs. Perhaps it's a hangover from those two-albums-a-year Beatles days. He doesn't make two albums a year these days, for which we should probably be grateful. But he isn't seeking to make masterpieces either. His post-Beatles albums can mostly be summed up as: these are the songs I've got knocking about at the moment and if you don't like this one, you might like that one; and if you don't like any of them, you might like something on the next album. He doesn't always finish everything off, or make the best of every idea. Quite a lot of half-baked ideas get through the net - if there is a… Read more
Sony Vegas Movie Studio 9 Pro Pack by Sony Creative Software
Sony Vegas Movie Studio 9 Pro Pack by Sony Creative Software
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Try and then you'll buy, 15 July 2009
It might be stating the obvious, but if you're interested in this product (and you've got broadband) visit Sony's site and download the trial version. You can use the full product for 30 days. And at the end of that you will buy it. Or you'll download the Vegas Pro trial and use that for a further 30 days... Whichever, this is the most reliable video editing family of products I've ever used. The only real drawbacks I've found with this cut-down version are its limited compression options for MPEG2 encoding (there aren't really any) and some fairly limited compositing options.
Perfect Ace 2 (PS2) by Oxygen Interactive
Perfect Ace 2 (PS2) by Oxygen Interactive
I'd agree with most of what's been written about this game (if not what's been written about Tim Henman, who was after all one of the top tennis players in the world). The biggest problem is that if you stand in a certain place and direct the ball in a certain direction when you serve, your opponent will return your serve approximately once every three matches. Yes, I said matches. Ultimately that makes it impossible to lose. But the game isn't quite as bad as it's been painted: a decent opponent (and there are a couple) will give you a bit of a match on his or her service game and this can be quite fun. Despite the "enigmatic" control system you do find that you did kind of know that your… Read more