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Ultimate Ears 300 Noise-Isolating Earphones by Logitech
3.0 out of 5 stars Good but not great, 14 Mar 2012
These are very bassy, the external noise cancelling is pretty good and the lack of sound leakage is excellent. The ear loops also ensure (while running especially) that the 'phones won't pop out during activity. However, through regular use and reshaping the material on both ear loops has split - until I hear back from my seller I've had to use electrical tape to cover the small hook which has popped out of one of them so it doesn't catch on anything. This is a shame, and as it's happened on both loops I don't think it's a fluke.

My ears might just not be accepting the earbuds but I also have a tricky time keeping any of the earbuds tucked in for full appreciation of the bass… Read more
Medulla ~ Björk
Medulla ~ Björk
7 of 25 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars It's such a shame, 27 May 2006
An artist who has taken to hiding behind a banner of "meditative modern art" should take stock of her career. Let's hack away at the slabs of introspection and deep personal development to reveal the album for what it is.

I'm perplexed at the critical acclaim Medúlla has received, and someone has to draw a clear boundary, to cocoon our tendency to feel special at exposure to something completely new. Well, this sound was completely new to me at least; please drop me a line if it's considered mainstream.

I've no problem with diversions from the mainstream - indeed I am all for it - but venturing into the unknown with no clear outcome in mind is an activity… Read more
By the Way ~ Red Hot Chili Peppers
By the Way ~ Red Hot Chili Peppers
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
It's taken four years for this album to fully establish itself with me. I'm very glad I took my time before I wrote this review, because By the Way has made slow but assured progress to a select group of my favourite albums; older, familiar music has a way of etching itself upon a specific period in one's life, somehow making it more enduring.

It's not usually in my nature to overexpose the minutiae of particular songs in a review (as they can do the talking for themselves), but I reserve special praise for one. Perhaps if I thought about it for long enough I'd conclude that Dosed is among my twenty favourite songs of all time, but that's a very strong assumption for anyone to… Read more

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