Helpful votes received on reviews: 58% (14 of 24)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,908,838 - Total Helpful Votes: 14 of 24
Legende Du Scopion a Quatre Queues ~ De Facto
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A side project, 7 Mar 2006
For anyone who has seeked out this item, the chances are that you will already be a fan of At The Drive-In or even The Mars Volta. I must warn you first and formost that this outfit is unlike either. Not to say that it's not a good record, but you definatly have to be open minded when taking the chance. A definate for any Omar/Cedric fan who change intruments taking on Bass and drums to form a solid rhythm section for other Volta members Ikey Owens and the late Jeremy Ward to use as a basis for freestyling.
This was the last Defacto album I purchased following on from the disappointing 'How Do You Dub....' and the Marathon 'Megaton Shotblast'. I'm pleased… Read more
Twentysomething ~ Jamie Cullum
Twentysomething ~ Jamie Cullum
13 of 22 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Harmless but pointless, 13 Mar 2004
I know people normally write a review in order to compliment music that has in someway enlightened them. However I'm going to take sometime (I know it may be a bit tragic) to put into the public domain my opinion of an album that has done anything but.
Jamie Callum's twentysomething left me with a slightly bitter taste in my mouth. Purely down to the fact that I was hoping to hear something, that offers up a fresh and strikingly original approach to Jazz. Unfortunately despite how technically gifted he clearly is I heard nothing more than stars in their eyes standard stuff. All the cover versions offered little new (The Buckly and Hendrix covers just made me want to listen to Buckly… Read more