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Matthew Tilley

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (52 of 66)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,025,098 - Total Helpful Votes: 52 of 66
ZS Stick Anywhere Multi Surface Suction Car Dashbo&hellip by BuyBits Addons
5.0 out of 5 stars Quick and useful, 26 Feb 2013
I've put off getting a proper satnav for years because I didn't want the hassle of sticking one on my windscreen, obscuring my driving visibility and having wires trailing everywhere. Thankfully, nice portable smartphones now have a satnav function, and with this mount you can stick yours in easy viewing, on your dashboard in no time.
So what will you think of this? A few pointers:
1. It has a sticky 'foot' so you can mount on your dashboard, or indeed anywhere with a reasonably (though not necessarily strictly) flat surface - see the photo.
2. You place your device between the two 'clamp-like jaws' and then close them with your fingers. They will close, but require the push… Read more
Perpetual Desolation ~ The Sins of Thy Beloved
Perpetual Desolation ~ The Sins of Thy Beloved
11 of 16 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Avoid, 15 Dec 2005
Being a fan of Black/Symphonic metal, I picked up this CD following recommendations that they were similar to Tristania. I spent weeks trying to get into this album, I really wanted to like it. But no, this really doesn't cut the mustard.
Its got the electric violins, heavy guitars, extreme and melodic vocals, so whats not to like? The most obvious thing is the singing. I have noticed that many fans of this genre HATE male growls, but I am a fan of Tristania, Opeth et al so I know the good growls from the bad. These are awful, not a hint of power or emotion to them. And the female singing, oh dear me. They don't sing, they WHINE. I've never heard such a cacophany of… Read more
Harmonizer ~ Apoptygma Berzerk
Harmonizer ~ Apoptygma Berzerk
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Harmonizer, 21 Feb 2005
This is the fourth full length album from Norwegian synthpop/EBM/darkwave/Cybergoth (whatever you want to call it) outfit Apop. To my mind it is their best offering and a logical progression of their sound. The first two albums, 7 and The Apocalyptic Manifesto were much more dark and angry sounding than their next release, 'Welcome to Earth'. Harmonizer continues where WTE left off, continuing the 'futurepop' progression that Apop's music has been taking.
Fans of the EBM genre should find plenty of tracks to satisfy here. Although many have criticised this album from being too 'poppy', this is a solid release with plenty of danceable tracks. It needs to be understood that Apop have… Read more

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