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Axel F ~ Crazy Frog
Axel F ~ Crazy Frog
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Awful, 24 May 2005
This single represents everything that is wrong with our culture. It just proves that massive money hungry corporations can get idiots to pay extortionate amounts of money for mindless rubbish such as this. The ringtone was a rip-off of a website and that was bad enough, now they seem to want even more money simply by adding this stupid thing to the Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack. Absolutely awful. Please do not buy this single, do not lower yourself to the bottom level. Buy Spit Like This instead.
Reinventing Hell - The Best of Pantera [CD + DVD] ~ Pantera
This album is pretty good for fans missing any Pantera faves and for first timers looking for a good mix of what they do best. The format is pretty simple. All the tracks go in order from "Cowboys from Hell" to "Reinventing the Steel" and you get the best picks of the others in between as well. The bonus DVD is a good addition to the Cd as it showcases all of Pantera's promo videos plus two live ones from Moscow. I agree with the other review that maybe they should have included some rarities or B-Sides but I guess it's good that they didn't want any filler material on the album. So in conclusion, the best of Pantera's tracks and all their videos in one tidy collection. And the price aint… Read more
The Impossibility Of Reason ~ Chimaira
5.0 out of 5 stars A brilliant album, 19 July 2003
I don't usually do this but I bought this album on the strength of only one track, the new single "Down Again". However on listening to the whole CD the other tracks all shine through excellently. "Cleansation", the first track, is brutal. The drumming is fast and heavy and the guitars rip through with conviction. The title track is also heavy but slows down and breaks into melodies and solos at the end, offering a far more structured well crafted effort. "Down Again", brings out Mark Hunter's powerful voice during the chorus and the piano riff fits the song really well. "Pure Hatred" pounds along will all the renewed aggression that Fear Factory once possessed and "stigmurder" again uses… Read more

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