Southportman

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 94% (15 of 16)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,868,560 - Total Helpful Votes: 15 of 16
7dayshop R7 Sport Series Bluetooth Wireless Stereo&hellip by 7dayshop
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very very good, 28 Sep 2011
There's a reason these have got such excellent reviews - they really are great for the price. I tried the over the head ones that 7dayshop sell but returned them as I found them too tight on my head. No problems with the supplier exchanging for these. I have a pair of Bose QC2's and sometimes (apart from the noise cancelling) the sound is nearly as good.

I use them mainly for running and in the gym because I was sick of clipping the cable with my hand and watching my expensive iPhone hit the deck. These have been great in terms of easy connectivity, sound, and simple controls. They do get a little sweaty on the ears after a decent run, but all on-ear or over-ear headphones do… Read more
Mellowosity ~ Peatbog Faeries
Mellowosity ~ Peatbog Faeries
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Peatbogs are triff, 25 July 2007
This is the album that started it all for me and my wife. First heard it in 1999 on a sunny evening in a lovely restaurant above the harbour in Portree and was blown away (and my usual fare has ranged from Pink Floyd (pre-Animals), punk, new wave, indie, classical). Eiggman is my personal fave from this album.

Saw them in Edinburgh where I also bought the other (at the time, 2006) three albums. As everyone says, they really take you someplace else live - sometimes back to Skye, sometimes a rock gig, sometimes Mahavishnu style jazz, often plenty of bass n' pipe driven trancey stuff. Definitely a must-see-before-you-die experience!

Completely disagree with last reviewer,… Read more
The Soft Bulletin ~ The Flaming Lips
The Soft Bulletin ~ The Flaming Lips
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Truly great album, 4 April 2006
I have Yoshimi and this, I was alerted to it by a friend in the States playing me the Soft Bulletin track "Spider Bite Song". This is a superb, emotional, odd and catchy song (ie typical Lips), missing for some reason on the British version and is as good as any of the top tracks here, telling of the time the band nearly broke up.
This album is definitely better than Yoshimi in my opinion, with the un-toppable "Race for the Prize" and "Spark that Bled". Uplifting, weird, clever and all the time with melody - accessible AND cool. And wait till you see 'em live, funny/absurd lights, animal/robot costumed fans at the stage side, duets with glove puppets, huge… Read more

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