J. E. Norman

Helpful votes received on reviews: 65% (15 of 23)
Location: northamptonshire


Top Reviewer Ranking: 5,105,039 - Total Helpful Votes: 15 of 23
Guy Martin: My Autobiography by Guy Martin
1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I've been a big fan of Guy's for a long while and was looking forward to reading his story. The start of the book is brilliant and laugh out loud funny, stories about his childhood and getting into racing are great.

Its unfortunate that the story goes downhill and very boring once he becomes famous or recognised more often. From reading the book I cant help thinking that he is a bit of a kn*b these days.
G I R L ~ Pharrell Williams
G I R L ~ Pharrell Williams
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars very average, 9 April 2014
Was really looking forward to this album but its very average. Like another reviewer said all the songs sound the same really.
The album feels dated and the production still sounds like Pharrell from 2004/2005, same beats, same vibe and the tracks with Justin Timberlake on feel again dated and tired.

By far the best track is Happy
Superstar DJs Here We Go!: The Rise and Fall of th&hellip by Dom Phillips
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Only being 21 i missed the 90's dance scene by about 5 years but the 80's and 90's acid house scene has always intressed me, this book is a great insight into the madness,parties,and how the scene went from illegal raves to a global clubbbing brands.

If you where a clubber in the late 80's and through the 90's this book will be a great read, all the clubs all the DJ's get a shout. For clubbers that came into the scene in the 2000's like me some of the people and places will be a little bit lost on you but its still great to read about.

The book is heavyly based around the DJ "Sasha", i no he is a great dj and pretty much was the first dj to gain "superstar" status but… Read more

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