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Irish Tour ~ Rory Gallagher
Irish Tour ~ Rory Gallagher
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars From another world, 20 Aug 2006
This album is utterly amazing, i just cant comprehend how much feeling oozes out of it. The best way to listen to this album is to sit in a dark room and let it play through, it will take you to places you only go to in dreams. The highlight of this album has got to be "million miles away", you will just sink into this song as rorys guitar playing drifts though your ears, and you wont want it to end. in lehmans terms 'heaven'

I also strongly recomend getting this on DVD and you will see how his great beauty unfolds
Creative EP-630 Noise Isolating Earphones (Black) &hellip by Creative
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars almost perfect, 11 Jun 2006
after melting away my fontopia headphones after about 3 months, i was concerned that these would do the same, but creative proved me wrong and they are still going strong after 1/2 a year. The sound quality is just as tasty as the fontopias and the fit is even better. big eard people dont worry! the large sized rubber bits are nice and big, and all you small ear weilding chumps will be very happy with the small size bits! One thing to note is that they do take a little getting used to - because the fit is so snug, they give you the feel that your underwater. the only thing thats stopping me from giving these 5 stars is that they dont have the short and long wire to hang round your neck,… Read more
Dead Soul Men ~ Freak Kitchen
Dead Soul Men ~ Freak Kitchen
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dead Good Man!, 21 Feb 2006
its amazing that freak kitchen aren't a better known band, because this album is truly incredible. their dynamic sound is completly original and songs like 'Gun God', 'The Sinking Planet and 'Slap Me in The Face'go to prove this. freak kitchens wide musical inspirations make them hard to firmly catagorize, for example the title track is like a metal/gospel fusion, although to be simple freak kitchen would be called a metal band.
'A broad mind is likely to be entertained thoroughly. Enjoy!'
track listing
-silence -gun god -ugly side of me -everything is under control -get a life -the sinking planet
-dead soul men -i refuse… Read more

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