There was a time when the best panel comedy show about politics was Have I got News for you. However from the creators of Whose Line Is It Anyway? is the great Mock the Week.
It is like a cross-breed of Have I got News for you and whose line it is anyway, but MTW is so much better than these two at its best combined. The DVD gives you the twenty best bits that are unedited and unseen on BBC2. They also give us three extended cuts of the best episodes in their recent series (Late 2007.) There are five comedians that are regular panelists. They are Dara O,Briain who is the marvollous presenter, Hugh Dennis who is funny especially at making voices, andy Parsons who is funny when he… Read more
I have just bought this album and I think it is very good to listen to however it is not the most enticing album on the planet. From start to finish the album remained consistently good yet no track really set my candles lighting. A good debut album and hopefulyy they can improve on their first attempt next time round. They have a lot of potential. I reccomend this album if you like Stereophonics, Editors or Arctic Monkeys.
Best Track: Had Enough Worst Track: Techdancephobia
This is the first Oasis album I bought and I absoluetly loved it. They have produced an excellent collabiration of their best tracks from previous albums such as What's the Story? (Morning Glory) and Definetly Maybe. They also took the best B-sides Aquisence and The Masterplan and not only release them as singles but they are added to this album. Add the classics such as Wonderwall, Rock 'n' Roll Star and Don't Look Back in Anger, it makes this album essential to own even if you are not an Oasis fan. It truly pays tribute to their great music over the past decade and a half. The only disappointment I have with this album is that Little By Little is not on here. Apart from that. Buy it now!