Mrs. S. L. Onions

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 94% (15 of 16)
Location: East Sussex, UK
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,736,892 - Total Helpful Votes: 15 of 16
A Candid History of Faith, Hope , Love ~ The Gentlemen
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoy The Gentlemen, 1 Jun 2009
My son sent me a Youtube link for this band. I listened and was immediately hooked so ordered the album straight away. It's great, full of catchy, singalong numbers with meaningful words. I would recommend this album to anyone who is into indie music and even those who are not! By the way, I'm over 50 but all my kids (19-24) love it too!
Champagne Super ~ Oasis
Champagne Super ~ Oasis
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Though only an album track off their mega album "(What's The Story) Morning Glory?", most people in Britain will recognise Champagne Supernova when it comes on the radio. One of Noel's finest tracks, why it was only ever released as a single in Australia is beyond me! The best bits are the climax at the second chorus, and Paul Weller's excellent solo! This CD contains the radio edit [fading out on the solo - unfortunately :(], the album version, and Slide Away from their (equally excellent to WTSMG) debut album, Definitely Maybe. All in all an essential purchase for every Oasis fan!
Thirteen Tales from Urban Bohemia/Seven Tales for &hellip ~ Dandy Warhols
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This album is a very good semi-psychadelic trip through the land and lore of The Dandy Warhols. I like this album a lot, mainly due to the faster, "big chorus" tracks, such as "Bohemian Like You" and "Get Off". Be warned that a couple of the tracks, such as "Mohammed" do not sound especially tuneful! Anyway, a track-by-track review:
THIRTEEN TALES FROM URBAN BOHEMIA
Godless: A good opening track, setting the tone for the album, especially the quieter tracks. ****
Mohammed: As the name suggests this track is Indian based, but comes across as quite dull at first. ***
Nietzsche: About as rocky as The Dandys get! Brilliant intro,… Read more